Bonnie of Evidence

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Midnight Ink, 2013 - Fiction - 297 pages
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Emily Andrew-Miceli, travel escort extraordinaire, and her husband, Etienne, are leading a merry band of globetrotting seniors on a tour of Scotland’s highlands and islands. In addition to the usual haggis tasting and kilt shopping activities, Emily has organized a high-tech scavenger hunt—her own version of the Highland games that soon turns into all out clan warfare. When one feuding team member is found dead, Etienne—a former police detective—suspects an allergic reaction. But upon discovering that the victim’s underhanded tactics may have accidentally unleashed an ancient curse, Emily realizes she’ll need a truly brave heart to survive this ill-fated fling.


"Laugh along with Hunter's eighth pun-laden expedition."—Library Journal

"[A] delightfully deadly eighth Passport to Peril mystery."—Publishers Weekly

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User Review  - booksandscones - LibraryThing

I guess this Passport to Peril series is an acquired taste. I read Alpine For You and a couple of the earlier books about 10 years ago, but didn't like them. Tried Bonnie of Evidence to see if I'd ... Read full review

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User Review  - murderbydeath - LibraryThing

The eight book in the series and I found it to be just so-so. I good read, but not as amusing as some of the earlier ones. The Iowan seniors didn't seem to play as coordinated a part in this mystery ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Maddy Hunter has endured disastrous vacations on three continents in the past five years. The first six titles are available from Pocket Books; books seven through nine are available with Midnight Ink Books. The first in the series, Alpine for You, was an Agatha Award finalist and a Daphne du Maurier Award finalist. Also, Hula Done It?, Pasta Imperfect, and Top O’ the Mournin’ were named to the Independent Mystery Bookseller’s Association bestseller list. The author resides in Madison, Wis. For more information, go to

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