This is the first book in the Passport to Peril Mysteries. Emily Andrew is on vacation with her grandmother in Switzerland. Everything that can go w..Show More »rong does and Emily faces each problem head on. The story is entertaining and fun. I will buy the next in the series.
I really don't have a lot to say. As far as plot goes, this is a recreation of the first two books. The only difference is the location. I couldn't..Show More » finish this book and will not get another one in this series.
This was an entertaining story. Emily was funny and delightful. As with each new book, there was a host of new quirky charaters. The story was fast..Show More » paced and the best thing was no Jackie. I look forward to the next one.
This story kept me captivated from the beginning to the end. When you put together a rowdy crowd of senior citizens, anything can happen...and it does..Show More »! I want to go back and read all the previous books in the series. I cannot wait to see what catastrophes they can cook up...without any effort at all. The characters are varied and believable. You have to travel along on this series of mishaps!
This was another funny and entertaining addition to a great series. Emily is back with her Iowa seniors and Etiene. Jackie skipped this trip, which ..Show More »was fine with me. I would love to take a trip with this group and be a part of the fun.
This was the funniest and most engaging of the series. The story is well written with funny characters and twists and turns to keep the plot moving. ..Show More » The interesting tidbits about the places in France and the poignant World War 2 stories added substance to the fluffy nature of the story. I would love to travel with Emily and the Iowa seniors. They are funny and entertaining. I hope this isn't the last book in the series. This book is a must read.