Death on the Aegean Queen
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This is the 3rd in the series featuring Dotsy Lamb as amateur sleuth. (That name is special to me as I worked with a dear lady, Dorothy - Dottie, whose maiden name was Lamb. But I digress). I usually read series in order, but I had this book handy and it has a lovely blue cover that fits in with the September Sapphire challenge.
The plot was interesting and clever, combining the disappearance of a cruise passenger at sea and a thriving antiquities-theft ring. There were enough twists and turns to make it a real page-turner. There was only one scene that I found a bit confusing and unlikely, but it didn't detract from my enjoyment of the mystery - especially as it took place on Santorini, where my cruise was scheduled- but unable - to visit because the seas were too rough for the tenders. I enjoyed it vicariously through this book. :-)
Light, fun read.
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Released for 2016 September Sapphire Challenge hosted by Plum-Crazy.
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