Tuesday, October 13, 2020

A Sew Deadly Cruise by Lois Winston-Great Escapes Tour-Review

About the book
Life is looking up for magazine crafts editor Anastasia Pollack. Newly engaged, she and photojournalist fiancĂ© Zack Barnes are on a winter cruise with her family, compliments of a Christmas gift from her half-brother-in-law. Son Alex’s girlfriend and her father have also joined them. Shortly after boarding the ship, Anastasia is approached by a man with an unusual interest in her engagement ring. When she tells Zack of her encounter, he suggests the man might be a jewel thief scouting for his next mark. But before Anastasia can point the man out to Zack, the would-be thief approaches him, revealing his true motivation. Long-buried secrets now threaten the well-being of everyone Anastasia holds dear. And that’s before the first dead body turns up.

Craft projects included.
And I thought 
Sometimes covers 'GetMe' and this one did.  For main characters Anastasia and her fiancee Zack they are expecting a little romance. I mean who doesn't on a cruise.  Going on a cruise with the family might put a kink in the romance for Anastasia and Zack but her mom wastes no time hitting the gaming tables and finding a possible new "Daddy"  I lost count what # Momma is on. She tends to 'Out Live' her husband's. 
And then there are few dead bodies but Anastasia is kind of used to having to solve murders. 
It gets a little 'Hairy' being stuck on a cruise ship while a murderer is in the midst 
Anastasia and Zack get to work together to figure just what is up and solve the crimes and get everyone back safely home.
I have read a few books in this series and enjoyed each one. 
A new reader will enjoy each page and become a new fan.

I received a complimentary copy.
My review will appear on retail sites and Good Reads.

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  1. Sounds like a very interesting read!

  2. Thank you, "Unknown", and thank you My Reading Journeys, for the lovely review!