Say No Moor (Passport to Peril #11) by Maddy Hunter

Say No Moor (Passport to Peril #11)

Hoping to reach an expanded clientele of senior travellers, Emily Miceli, travel agency owner and tour escort, offers discounted fares to a handful of bloggers in exchange for highlighting her group’s tour of Cornwall, England. But when the quarrelsome host of their historic inn dies under suspicious circumstances, Emily worries that the bloggers’ coverage of the situation will torpedo her travel agency. To make matters worse, Emily is roped ...

Details Say No Moor (Passport to Peril #11)

TitleSay No Moor (Passport to Peril #11)
Release DateJan 8th, 2018
PublisherMidnight Ink
GenreMystery, Cozy Mystery

Reviews Say No Moor (Passport to Peril #11)

  • Susan
    Hail! Hail! The gang's all here! Let the fun begin! Emily has her hands full, again with her usual oddball bunch of senior Iowans plus six bloggers (added because Emily wants to increase her advertising base) and, last but never least, her ex-husband Jack, now Jackie. Their latest tour has brought them to the middle of a bit of a storm, both outside and inside. Before Emily can blink the first corpse makes its appearance and, withou...
  • Kathleen Gray
    A fast funny cozy read set in one of my favorite locales- Cornwall! I'd not read the first 10 books in this long running series but that didn't make a difference. One thing was clear to me: I might think twice about joining one of Emily's tours given the murders and problems that seem to hound her. That said, she handles all the problems, including running an inn, with aplomb. The seniors from Iowa are a hoot, the mystery not too complicated, and...
  • Rebecca Reviews
    I’ve been waiting ages for the eleventh entry in the wonderful Passport to Peril series and I wasn’t disappointed at all. Maddy Hunter’s Say No Moor is hilarious, filled with memorable hijinks, features the usual unforgettable characters and has an interestingly twisty mystery.Our narrator is Emily Andrew Miceli, tour escort and travel agency owner, who takes her band of Iowan seniors and some bloggers on a tour of Cornwall. While staying a...
  • JoAnne McMaster (Any Good Book)
    Emily Andrews Miceli's senior tour group is at it again, this time in 'Merry Olde England', on the Cornwall coast. Trying to get more business for her tours, Emily has invited along five (very strange) travel bloggers - at a deeply discounted rate that only incenses her regulars - to give daily updates on the pleasures of touring with their agency.But no sooner do they arrive at their destination than disaster befalls (did we expect anything else...
  • Annarella
    Got this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest reviewThis book is funny but is not my cup of tea.I enjoyed the book, really appreciated the Iowan seniors because they are really funny.It seems to me that the book is more a humorous one than a mystery as the mystery takes the back seat and it seems to be something that is not so important, just problems that cause problems to the tour.I suppose this was caused by the settings, really stati...
  • Rhonda
    Quirky cozy mysteryMaddy Hunter added another fun story to the Passport to Peril series. With Emily at the helm of another tour group of mostly seniors Jane Austen's England may never be the same. If you enjoy humor, outrageous characters and a little dose of social media commentary with your mysteries you will love this story.I received an advance reader copy from NetGalley in exchange for a fair review.
  • Sean Little
    Maddy Hunter's "Passport to Peril" series is everything you want in a cozy mystery series--good whodunits filled with eccentric characters, exotic locales, and a put-upon sleuth who somehow happens to be around when bodies show up. Her newest outing, SAY NO MOOR, is no exception."Passport to Peril" centers around a group of octogenarian Iowans who tour the world with the much younger Emily Andrew-Miceli leading the way as organizer of the tours. ...
  • Susan
    Emily is guiding her usual group of clueless elderly Iowans through the beautiful Cornwall area, with their first stop being a bucolic inn. Emily has given cut prices to some travel bloggers, whom she hopes will provide good publicity for her company. Unfortunately, the abrasive chef is found dead shortly after they arrive. Even worse, two of the bloggers turn out to be feuding, and the inn's owner is taken for questioning when the police decide ...
  • Carly Jensen
    Love fun mystery books and this is the first I've read in this series. Totally enjoyed it.
  • Jamie Holzberg / Fluff Smut & Murder
    Thank you to for the opportunity to read an Advanced Reader Copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.I’ve loved the Passport to Peril series for a while and am always excited to read the latest edition. What I loved: Nana’s my favorite with Jackie being a fast second. I don’t remember Nana’s grammar being as poor in this edition versus prior novels but it has been a while… Hopefully Jackie will find her calling ...
  • Leith Devine
    This was a fun cozy mystery that I finished in a day. The characters are fun, the locale is interesting and the plot moves along swiftly. This is the 11th book in the Passport to Peril series, and they've taken the reader all over the world.Emily Miceli runs a travel agency and takes a group of senior citizens from Iowa all over the world on exciting tours. The group includes her grandmother, and her husband, a former police detective she met on ...
  • Nicole
    Say No Moor is the 11th installment in the Passport to Peril series by author Maddy Hunter. It's the first that I've read, but even though I didn't have any of the character background it was very easy to pick up and dive into. Travel agency owner Emily Miceli is escorting a group of seniors, as well as travel bloggers, on a tour of Cornwall, England, when on their first night the chef is murdered! The chef's business partner is in police custody...
  • Ping Naka
    One of my most extremely favorite series!I was saving the book until I couldn't wait any longer. And I finished it too soon.This time the Iowa team is touring England’s Cornwall region, staying at a very scenic inn right on a cliff. The chef is very temperamental. However, nana is the one who has to cook all the food and everything is very delicious. Jackie also tries to find her true self. She is a descendant of royal baker. So she can bake gr...
  • Silvia Kay
    I loved this book so, so much. It started off on a nice, cozy note and continued in the same spirit all the way through (with a sprinkling of nefarious activities here and there). In short, a pure delight. Everything about this book felt right: the atmosphere, the characters, the humor, the writing style...Also, the murder side of things was completely unpredictable, which was fantastic. As for the pacing, it was very well done: there was just ab...
  • Jeannie and Louis Rigod
    This book is one of the ones I tend to hold onto until that time I need a good laugh. Well, I did and so out came this book that thoroughly met my expectations.What has cobblers, mousse cake, Cacciatore, bursting pipes, missing person, and two deaths have to do with a tour comprised of geriatrics from Iowa and Bloggers? Well, I'm not going to tell you. Other than all the above takes place in Cornwall, U.K. and this book will keep you entertained ...
  • Kimberly
    I do like these stories and have read the series from the beginning. This now being #11, the same old schtick from the quirky characters is wearing a little thin. And, I would have given this one 4 stars if it had just included more than one phone call from Etienne! I would like to see more interactions between Emily and her adorable husband. Their romance was a big part of the appeal in the early books. I must say that I do appreciate the additi...
  • Gretchen
    I love this series. I always want to travel after reading one of these, although maybe not with this group: There's always a murder or two during every excursion. Still, I love the characters, even the really annoying ones. Emily's tour always consists of a group of senior citizens from her home town in Iowa, including her grandma. They go to interesting places on their trips. This one takes place in Cornwall. It was a good read.
  • Mom
    The senior citizens of Iowa are on tour again - this time to the Lake District of England. Their stay at a quaint country inn predictably results in several murders and a disappearance but the tale is told with hilarity and through the usual great characters that bring you back to read the next one in this series.
  • Mooncat
    This one was just too much out of the park for me. Case very unlikely, setting strange and no love at all. Also, nothing new.Actually, this one was so out of originality for me, I almost wish it’s the last one. Or second to last, with another - hopefully good one - to send this serie off with a blast.
  • Debra Menard
    I found this cozy to be interesting, Ms.Hunter is a new author to me so I will have to go back & read the previous books.I love the quirky characters in this the storyline, I will have to go back & read the previous books.
  • Kathleen
    Always an enjoyable series. The usual group of Iowa seniors led by their intrepid tour guide whose experience with their escapades is still not enough to avoid problems. Still going strong after 11 books.
  • Meghan
    I've read this series from the start and never been disappointed. Nice, entertaining fun. Always one of my first suggestions when asked for cozy mystery recommendations.And you don't HAVE to read them in order, a note for those who are using the library.
  • Krista
    Another fun read!
  • Angela Jett
    3.5 starsEmily Miceli is working to expand her tour and travel business and invites a group of bloggers, at a discount, on her latest tour to Europe that starts out at a bed & breakfast in Cornwell England. Upon their arrival at the B&B, it quickly becomes apparent that the proprietors are new to the business of owning and operating. Actually, the tour is the first set of guests at their newly opened enterprise! Shortly after arriving, the temper...
  • Marie
    I’ve been a fan of Maddy Hunter’s books for over a decade now. The Passport to Peril series is a top favourite of mine, and I recommend it to people whenever I can. Whenever I pick up one of Hunter’s books, I know I’m in for a hilarious adventure - or, rather, misadventure - and Say No Moor was no different.As always, I loved being reunited with Emily and the gang, and I particularly enjoyed the Cornish setting. Hunter has a way with word...
  • Anne
    I think I may have "Squeeed" when I saw this latest installment available on Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. I had enjoyed the first 10 books and have a background with a group tour company and could relate to the settings/situations. Well, you can see from my OK rating that Moor did not hit the same spot for me as the others.I was not engaged by the story and it seemed to be stuck on low speed, maybe because this story is set in the ...