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A Cruise to Die for

Elkins, Charlotte (Book - 2013)
Average Rating: 3 stars out of 5.
A Cruise to Die for
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This should be the cushiest job Alix London's ever had. The second Alix London mystery finds the art restorer in a world brimming with idle luxury, spectacular locations, and deadly intrigue. Surrounded by art and wealth and the sun-drenched Greek isles, she's aboard a sumptuous mega-yacht with no responsibilities save the occasional lecture to the guests of her temporary employer, Panos Papadakis, one of the world's richest men. But, there's a catch......
Authors: Elkins, Charlotte
Title: A cruise to die for
Publisher: Las Vegas, Nev. : Thomas and Mercer, c2013.
Characteristics: 247 p. ;,21 cm.
Summary: This should be the cushiest job Alix London's ever had. The second Alix London mystery finds the art restorer in a world brimming with idle luxury, spectacular locations, and deadly intrigue. Surrounded by art and wealth and the sun-drenched Greek isles, she's aboard a sumptuous mega-yacht with no responsibilities save the occasional lecture to the guests of her temporary employer, Panos Papadakis, one of the world's richest men. But, there's a catch......
Local Note: 1 15 33 109 118 133 172 198 243 264
Additional Contributors: Elkins, Aaron J.
ISBN: 1477805079
9781477805077
Statement of Responsibility: Charlotte and Aaron Elkins
Subject Headings: Greece Fiction. Ocean travel Fiction. Art restorers Fiction.
Genre/Form: Mystery fiction.
Topical Term: Ocean travel
Art restorers
LCCN: 2012286814
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Mar 31, 2014
  • horthhill rated this: 2 stars out of 5.

A Cruise to Die For (an Alix London mystery) by Charlotte and Aaron Elkins was entertaining enough but fell short as a mystery. The murder occurred very late in the novel and wasn't central to the plot. The reveal of the mystery wasn't given by Alix London -the sleuth - or her boss the FBI agent. Rather it was given as a side-bar in the point of view of the murderer. London didn't really seem to have much to do with the resolution of the mystery at all. Her "connoisseur's touch" was of little interest to this reader. I did enjoy the painting and forgery plot, though.

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