Friday, July 8, 2011

Death on Tour by Janice Hamrick, 310 pages

Jocelyn Shore is a divorced, high school teacher, on her dream vacation to Egypt. Little did she expect to have one of the tour members die at the base of one the pyramids. Millie was a nosy, pushy, annoying woman, but she didn't deserve to die. When it turns out to be murder, Jocelyn starts to look at the other members of the tour. Someone isn't who they appear to be, but can Jocelyn find out in time?
I've dreamed about going to Egypt, so Jocelyn was a character that I could really relate to. This was a fun mystery, with a great plot. I'm eager to see what mess Jocelyn lands in next.


  1. Thank you so much for such a wonderful review. It makes me feel great to know that you liked the book.

    In the second book (due next year), Jocelyn is back at home in Austin and about to start the new school year when a fellow teacher is murdered. To complicate things, a movie crew is filming on campus, Kyla has been arrested for carrying a concealed weapon, and Jocelyn is tapped to fill in as tennis coach.

    I hope you enjoy it as much as the first - I had such fun writing it. And thank you again for a terrific review.
    Janice Hamrick

  2. I will be looking for your next book. If you need a reviewer for it I also review for NightOwl Reviews and would be happy to read it.