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With bleached blonde hair piled on top, an oversized pocketbook to match every outfit and an insatiable appetite for snooping, the ever curious Ms. Aggie Underhill and her friends embark on an eight-day cruise to the Mexican Riviera.

Aggie has the uncanny ability to stumble head-first into some great fiasco and this cruise is no exception.

Come join Aggie in a fun-filled vacation where a kidnapping goes awry, several love affairs take place, jealousy rises, tempers flare, and a passenger goes overboard.

This is sure to be, One Hell of a Cruise.

©2014 Michelle Ann Hollstein (P)2019 Michelle Ann Hollstein

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loved it!

Aggie and her friends are such fun to listen to! y you never know what kind of trouble Aggie will get herself involved in! I loved listening to this quirky and fun mystery and would definitely reccomend this book to all!

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So good!

If you like mysteries, subtle and not-so-subtle jokes AN nosy attractive older ladies, this is the book for you. I absolutely loved this book and can’t say enough about it. I am so glad I downloaded it and can’t wait to read another. The narrator did a great job and I can only hope he reads the other books as well. The book and the narrator were perfect. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone.

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Good Read

One Hell of a Cruise: An Aggie Underhill Mystery (A Quirky, Comical Adventure) was a good read by Michelle Ann Hollstein. Aggie Underhill and her friends go on a cruise to the Mexican Riviera. Aggie seems to stumble into many fiasco's and the cruise is no exception to that. I really enjoyed this book ad can't wait to read more by Michelle Ann Hollstein.

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Impressed

I really enjoyed this audiobook. It was easy to get into and held my (A.D.D) attention span from chapter one, all the way until the end. Sometimes I find that books that are considered cozy mysteries a little to...wholesome for my liking. And while this book is squeaky clean, it was still interesting. Also, I've never read any of the Aggie Underhill Mysteries before and this is book . I was a little worried that I would be lost starting this far into a series, but I wasn't lost at all. The narration was also excellent! Overall, I was pretty impressed with this little audiobook! <3

This audiobook was given to me at my request. I am providing a voluntary and honest review:

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remarkable

I obtained a free code to listen to this book and I did so willingly.

This was quite an enjoyable read. Very realistically narrated. I enjoyed every minute of this book.

Aggie made my day... she is quite a caracter

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Great book lov Aggie underhill

I love Aggie underhill! This series is to funny!
The mysteries that they solve are pretty awesome
Can't wait for the next one

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Great Cozy Mystery

This is a fun cozy mystery, fast-paced, with great characters. Aggie and her friends are hilarious during this cruise. Michael Carr did a good narration. I enjoyed my listening.

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Well written story

The author wrote a very entertaining story, but the narrator and sound editor butchered it. Numerous mispronounced words and one instance of a few sentences repeated deterred from it's enjoyability.

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Quirky Enjoyable Cozy

I received this book for free. I am voluntarily posting this review and all opinions expressed herein are my own.

This is the 5th book in the Aggie Underhill Mystery series. It is a standalone book with no cliffhanger ending. I have not read the 4 books leading up to this book and had no trouble following the plot or the characters. There are several references to events occurring in prior books with brief summaries of those events.

Aggie, Roger, and Betty are delightful. They each have their own quirks and sense of humor which are very enjoyable. I loved Roger's sunburn and his trying to take advantage of the amount of sodas he received. This is a fun and very entertaining cozy.

The narrator, Michael Carr, was a bit of a detraction for me. He mispronounced words and there were phrases which were repeated - not caught during quality control, I'm guessing.

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I very much enjoyed this Aggie Underhill mystery.

Aggie along with friends/family embark on what should be a pleasant week long cruise. Should be is the key word here. When your shipmate snores to the point you can’t sleep and is more than a bit annoying, what a girl to do. Find herself right in the middle of some nasty business that just happens to be found in her cabin.

One Hell of a Cruise was a fun and entertaining read. I should say listen. Aggie is a kind of a go with the flow girl but can improvise when and if needed. Roger is a hoot. I love his I’m going to beat the man way of thinking. Even if it’s more trouble than it’s worth. Lol. Betty and her pictures. Just read and you’ll totally understand.
In this cozy mystery you will find lots of humor, a touch of romance and a plot that works well.

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  • jey cee
  • 05-07-19

About Aggie

Aggie, the main character, an amateur sleuth, although there really wasn’t much sleuthing until closer to the end of the book. Perhaps the build-up was just too long, but I found it to be a bit slow until the last end of the story

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  • Jacky
  • 09-12-20

Brilliant mystery adventure by a brilliant author

So enjoyed this book it just wasn't long enough such a good quirky book I so love Betty and Roger

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  • Amanda Elliott
  • 06-12-20

Enjoyable

This is a really engaging book with great characters and a good story, I really felt that the people in the book were real and they did act like anyone would on a cruise .there were so many characters that at first I was confused who was who but that quickly evaporated and I then began to relax into the story .i liked the fact that it was all different ages and personalities with likeable characters and even the ones that were meant to be annoying were not intrusive to the point of some books where you start to hate that part of a book , this was not like that at all . I thoroughly enjoyed it . The setting was good and I listened in one sitting as I couldn’t stop . The ending I didn’t expect . Even though we know from the start about the brothers , it was a good wrap up .

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  • Helen
  • 06-28-19

enjoyed storyline

enjoyed the story line again well written by Michelle Ann Hollstein
loved all the series about Aggie underhill

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  • Simon Gibson
  • 04-25-19

A Crime On The Ocean Waves.

Aggie Underhill and friends are again in the middle of events as a kidnapping doesn't quite go to plan and Cupid's arrows are flying everywhere. This is a lovely installment of Aggie and her curiosity snooping out a mystery. The characters are well rounded with wonderful dialog and descriptions. The narrator enhances the listening experience.