Chorus Lines, Caviar, and Corpses
(A Happy Hoofers Mystery)
First in New Series
Mass Market Paperback: 304 pages
Publisher: Kensington (November 4, 2014)
There’s no pussy-footing around murder . . .
It’s never too late to kick up your heels. Just ask Tina, Janice, Pat, Mary Louise, and Gini–aka the Happy Hoofers. After posting a video of their tap-dancing routine on the Internet, the leggy ladies find themselves booked to perform on a Russian river cruise up the Volga from Moscow to St. Petersburg.
But when murder cuts in, the five fabulous friends find it’s not so easy to tap their troubles away. A crew member has been killed, and a passenger is missing. With a killer on board, the Hoofers need to watch their step. But with a little fancy footwork, these soft-shoe sleuths may get a leg up on a killer who’s cruising for a bruising. . .Includes Travel Tips And Tasty Recipes
I really enjoyed reading about the Happy Hoofers trip on a Russian River Cruise. This is a type of cruise I would never have thought of taking and after the Hoofer's experience I am pretty sure I wouldn't want to take it either. Besides the cruise being nothing like they had expected, there is a murder to complicate things further. Then one of the Hoofers life is threatened, not once, but twice. This book had a lot of action. I learned a lot about Russia that I never knew before. The Happy Hoofers are a group of 50 something friends, Tina, Mary Louise, Janice, Gini, and Pat who love to tap dance, and even though I am in my thirties, I could relate to the Happy Hoofers.
Great job Mary. I look forward to the next installment in the Happy Hoofers Mystery which is entitled Flamenco, Flan, and Fatalities.
I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest review.
Mary McHugh graduated from Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts, with a B.A. in English Literature and studied at the Sorbonne in Paris. She is the author of nineteen nonfiction books and two novels. She was a contributing editor for Cosmopolitan, an articles editor at Woman’s World, Travel Holiday, and Bridal Guide, and has written articles for The New York Times, Good Housekeeping and Family Circle.
She loves to tap dance and to travel -two passions that inspired her to write the Happy Hoofers series.She lives in the New York area. Visit her at http://marymchugh.org/index.html
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