Catch Me if Yukon

Catch Me if Yukon

As tour escort Emily Miceli leads her globetrotting band of Iowa seniors into the wilds of Alaska, she discovers that, in the land of the midnight sun, whales aren?t the only killers on the prowl. When a tour member turns up dead on a mountainous hiking trail, Emily blames herself for the mishap?until she learns that something far hairier might be to blame. One of the seni As tour escort Emily Miceli leads her globetrotting band of Iowa seniors into the wilds of Alaska, she discovers ...

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Title:Catch Me if Yukon
Author:Maddy Hunter
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:B0795S62L7
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:314 pages pages

Catch Me if Yukon Reviews

  • Sean Little
    Jan 18, 2019

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

  • Susan
    Jan 22, 2019

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

  • Edel
    Dec 07, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

    I received a copy from Midnight Ink through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily and her husband have taken their group of world traveling seniors and a small book club to Alaska where they?re sure everyone will survive the trip. After whale watching goes well, the tr...

    Catch Me If Yukon By Maddy Hunter This is book #12 in the Passport to Peril Series Take a trip with tour director Emily Miceli and her quirky regulars (a senior group), then add the book club "Norwegian Only" members. Joining them are her husband Etienne, an ex swiss police inspecto...

    CATCH ME IF YUKON by Maddy Hunter is the 12th novel in the Passport to Peril mystery series. The novel is due out on December 8th 2018 by Midnight Ink. The Passport to Peril series follows tour guide Emily Miceli as she escorts groups of travelers to various locations all over the worl...

    Thanks to Netgalley for allowing me an advanced copy of another great entry in the Passport to Peril series. When the book is published, it deserves a place on your shelf. In this installment, Emily and her seniors are joined by some book club members and the expanded tour group vis...

    Catch Me if Yukon is the twelfth installment in the Passport to Peril series featuring tour director Emily Miceli. Accompanied by her husband Etienne, Emily has brought her misfit band of Iowan seniors to Alaska and joining them are members of the Windsor City "Norwegian Only" book clu...

    This is the first book I have read in this series. The plot of the story was good; I enjoyed the idea of a travel agent taking a group on a tour of Alaska. But I feel that the execution was not as enjoyable. The first chapters of the books seemed to bog down as the various tour guid...

    What i loved about this book is it features intelligent seniors that is rare to read about. Thank you to the author for your inclusion of seniors. I received a ARC for review from the publisher and my opinion is my own. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featu...

    3.5/5* I was disappointed to find that this book did not, in fact, have anything to do with the Yukon, other than several mentions of the Territory within it. It's a useful word to make a punny title, however, but a bit misleading as the whole book takes place in Alaska (which, alth...

    I was lucky enough to discover this delightful series when the first book was published and I have enjoyed every single one of the trips with Emily, Nana and the gang. This, the 12th trip with them, was a hoot. The Dicks were in fine form, Bernice was her usual annoying self and Jack e...

    This is book 12 in the ?Passport To Peril ? series featuring main character Emily , a tour escort who leads groups in foreign countries . In book 12 her tour group are visiting the breathtaking Alaska , amid the glorious scenery of huge glaciers and whale watching the groups high s...

  • Ann
    Jan 05, 2019

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

    I received a copy from Midnight Ink through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily and her husband have taken their group of world traveling seniors and a small book club to Alaska where they?re sure everyone will survive the trip. After whale watching goes well, the tr...

    Catch Me If Yukon By Maddy Hunter This is book #12 in the Passport to Peril Series Take a trip with tour director Emily Miceli and her quirky regulars (a senior group), then add the book club "Norwegian Only" members. Joining them are her husband Etienne, an ex swiss police inspecto...

    CATCH ME IF YUKON by Maddy Hunter is the 12th novel in the Passport to Peril mystery series. The novel is due out on December 8th 2018 by Midnight Ink. The Passport to Peril series follows tour guide Emily Miceli as she escorts groups of travelers to various locations all over the worl...

    Thanks to Netgalley for allowing me an advanced copy of another great entry in the Passport to Peril series. When the book is published, it deserves a place on your shelf. In this installment, Emily and her seniors are joined by some book club members and the expanded tour group vis...

    Catch Me if Yukon is the twelfth installment in the Passport to Peril series featuring tour director Emily Miceli. Accompanied by her husband Etienne, Emily has brought her misfit band of Iowan seniors to Alaska and joining them are members of the Windsor City "Norwegian Only" book clu...

    This is the first book I have read in this series. The plot of the story was good; I enjoyed the idea of a travel agent taking a group on a tour of Alaska. But I feel that the execution was not as enjoyable. The first chapters of the books seemed to bog down as the various tour guid...

    What i loved about this book is it features intelligent seniors that is rare to read about. Thank you to the author for your inclusion of seniors. I received a ARC for review from the publisher and my opinion is my own. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featu...

    3.5/5* I was disappointed to find that this book did not, in fact, have anything to do with the Yukon, other than several mentions of the Territory within it. It's a useful word to make a punny title, however, but a bit misleading as the whole book takes place in Alaska (which, alth...

    I was lucky enough to discover this delightful series when the first book was published and I have enjoyed every single one of the trips with Emily, Nana and the gang. This, the 12th trip with them, was a hoot. The Dicks were in fine form, Bernice was her usual annoying self and Jack e...

    This is book 12 in the ?Passport To Peril ? series featuring main character Emily , a tour escort who leads groups in foreign countries . In book 12 her tour group are visiting the breathtaking Alaska , amid the glorious scenery of huge glaciers and whale watching the groups high s...

    I received an ARC of this book from Netgalley and Midnight Ink for free in exchange for an honest review. Catch Me if Yukon was a high quality cozy mystery. The characters, locale, and storyline were excellent. This was the 12th book in the Passport to Peril series. The story can eas...

    I've liked this series since the beginning, but now that we're on book 12, I'd really like some more character development. Emily's husband is a side note even though he's on the trip with her. He's a former police detective, why isn't he being used in the mystery portion of the story ...

    Murder and Mayhem on an Alaskan Tour This is a wonderful adventure and a hilarious cozy mystery. This is the twelfth in this series and the first one that I have read. It stands alone extremely well. Previous episodes are mentioned in such a way that the reader is aware of pertinent e...

    This is a fun series in which each book can be happily read as a standalone. This time out, Emily is leading a tour of a large group of seniors around Alaska. Dealing with the bickering that this type of situation can foster is one thing but Emily also has to deal with her mom, dad, an...

    I love this series, Passport to Peril. This is book 12 and Emily and her adventurous group of senior travelers are off to Alaska. You get to meet them as they are whale watching and then moving by bus to zipline in Denali. They are certainly a spry and fun group and don't seem to mind ...

  • Shoshana
    Dec 08, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

  • Anne
    Jul 23, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

    I received a copy from Midnight Ink through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily and her husband have taken their group of world traveling seniors and a small book club to Alaska where they?re sure everyone will survive the trip. After whale watching goes well, the tr...

    Catch Me If Yukon By Maddy Hunter This is book #12 in the Passport to Peril Series Take a trip with tour director Emily Miceli and her quirky regulars (a senior group), then add the book club "Norwegian Only" members. Joining them are her husband Etienne, an ex swiss police inspecto...

    CATCH ME IF YUKON by Maddy Hunter is the 12th novel in the Passport to Peril mystery series. The novel is due out on December 8th 2018 by Midnight Ink. The Passport to Peril series follows tour guide Emily Miceli as she escorts groups of travelers to various locations all over the worl...

    Thanks to Netgalley for allowing me an advanced copy of another great entry in the Passport to Peril series. When the book is published, it deserves a place on your shelf. In this installment, Emily and her seniors are joined by some book club members and the expanded tour group vis...

    Catch Me if Yukon is the twelfth installment in the Passport to Peril series featuring tour director Emily Miceli. Accompanied by her husband Etienne, Emily has brought her misfit band of Iowan seniors to Alaska and joining them are members of the Windsor City "Norwegian Only" book clu...

    This is the first book I have read in this series. The plot of the story was good; I enjoyed the idea of a travel agent taking a group on a tour of Alaska. But I feel that the execution was not as enjoyable. The first chapters of the books seemed to bog down as the various tour guid...

    What i loved about this book is it features intelligent seniors that is rare to read about. Thank you to the author for your inclusion of seniors. I received a ARC for review from the publisher and my opinion is my own. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featu...

    3.5/5* I was disappointed to find that this book did not, in fact, have anything to do with the Yukon, other than several mentions of the Territory within it. It's a useful word to make a punny title, however, but a bit misleading as the whole book takes place in Alaska (which, alth...

    I was lucky enough to discover this delightful series when the first book was published and I have enjoyed every single one of the trips with Emily, Nana and the gang. This, the 12th trip with them, was a hoot. The Dicks were in fine form, Bernice was her usual annoying self and Jack e...

    This is book 12 in the ?Passport To Peril ? series featuring main character Emily , a tour escort who leads groups in foreign countries . In book 12 her tour group are visiting the breathtaking Alaska , amid the glorious scenery of huge glaciers and whale watching the groups high s...

    I received an ARC of this book from Netgalley and Midnight Ink for free in exchange for an honest review. Catch Me if Yukon was a high quality cozy mystery. The characters, locale, and storyline were excellent. This was the 12th book in the Passport to Peril series. The story can eas...

    I've liked this series since the beginning, but now that we're on book 12, I'd really like some more character development. Emily's husband is a side note even though he's on the trip with her. He's a former police detective, why isn't he being used in the mystery portion of the story ...

  • JoAnne McMaster (Any Good Book)
    Jul 30, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

  • Gretchen
    Jan 14, 2019

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

    I received a copy from Midnight Ink through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily and her husband have taken their group of world traveling seniors and a small book club to Alaska where they?re sure everyone will survive the trip. After whale watching goes well, the tr...

    Catch Me If Yukon By Maddy Hunter This is book #12 in the Passport to Peril Series Take a trip with tour director Emily Miceli and her quirky regulars (a senior group), then add the book club "Norwegian Only" members. Joining them are her husband Etienne, an ex swiss police inspecto...

    CATCH ME IF YUKON by Maddy Hunter is the 12th novel in the Passport to Peril mystery series. The novel is due out on December 8th 2018 by Midnight Ink. The Passport to Peril series follows tour guide Emily Miceli as she escorts groups of travelers to various locations all over the worl...

    Thanks to Netgalley for allowing me an advanced copy of another great entry in the Passport to Peril series. When the book is published, it deserves a place on your shelf. In this installment, Emily and her seniors are joined by some book club members and the expanded tour group vis...

    Catch Me if Yukon is the twelfth installment in the Passport to Peril series featuring tour director Emily Miceli. Accompanied by her husband Etienne, Emily has brought her misfit band of Iowan seniors to Alaska and joining them are members of the Windsor City "Norwegian Only" book clu...

    This is the first book I have read in this series. The plot of the story was good; I enjoyed the idea of a travel agent taking a group on a tour of Alaska. But I feel that the execution was not as enjoyable. The first chapters of the books seemed to bog down as the various tour guid...

    What i loved about this book is it features intelligent seniors that is rare to read about. Thank you to the author for your inclusion of seniors. I received a ARC for review from the publisher and my opinion is my own. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featu...

    3.5/5* I was disappointed to find that this book did not, in fact, have anything to do with the Yukon, other than several mentions of the Territory within it. It's a useful word to make a punny title, however, but a bit misleading as the whole book takes place in Alaska (which, alth...

    I was lucky enough to discover this delightful series when the first book was published and I have enjoyed every single one of the trips with Emily, Nana and the gang. This, the 12th trip with them, was a hoot. The Dicks were in fine form, Bernice was her usual annoying self and Jack e...

    This is book 12 in the ?Passport To Peril ? series featuring main character Emily , a tour escort who leads groups in foreign countries . In book 12 her tour group are visiting the breathtaking Alaska , amid the glorious scenery of huge glaciers and whale watching the groups high s...

    I received an ARC of this book from Netgalley and Midnight Ink for free in exchange for an honest review. Catch Me if Yukon was a high quality cozy mystery. The characters, locale, and storyline were excellent. This was the 12th book in the Passport to Peril series. The story can eas...

    I've liked this series since the beginning, but now that we're on book 12, I'd really like some more character development. Emily's husband is a side note even though he's on the trip with her. He's a former police detective, why isn't he being used in the mystery portion of the story ...

    Murder and Mayhem on an Alaskan Tour This is a wonderful adventure and a hilarious cozy mystery. This is the twelfth in this series and the first one that I have read. It stands alone extremely well. Previous episodes are mentioned in such a way that the reader is aware of pertinent e...

    This is a fun series in which each book can be happily read as a standalone. This time out, Emily is leading a tour of a large group of seniors around Alaska. Dealing with the bickering that this type of situation can foster is one thing but Emily also has to deal with her mom, dad, an...

    I love this series, Passport to Peril. This is book 12 and Emily and her adventurous group of senior travelers are off to Alaska. You get to meet them as they are whale watching and then moving by bus to zipline in Denali. They are certainly a spry and fun group and don't seem to mind ...

    I love this series. I would like to go on a trip with Emily and her senior citizens. They go to interesting places. The only problem is someone always dies. I liked this book because it takes place in Alaska, a place I've visited twice. The descriptions of the locations of their trips...

  • Susan
    Dec 22, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

    I received a copy from Midnight Ink through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily and her husband have taken their group of world traveling seniors and a small book club to Alaska where they?re sure everyone will survive the trip. After whale watching goes well, the tr...

    Catch Me If Yukon By Maddy Hunter This is book #12 in the Passport to Peril Series Take a trip with tour director Emily Miceli and her quirky regulars (a senior group), then add the book club "Norwegian Only" members. Joining them are her husband Etienne, an ex swiss police inspecto...

    CATCH ME IF YUKON by Maddy Hunter is the 12th novel in the Passport to Peril mystery series. The novel is due out on December 8th 2018 by Midnight Ink. The Passport to Peril series follows tour guide Emily Miceli as she escorts groups of travelers to various locations all over the worl...

    Thanks to Netgalley for allowing me an advanced copy of another great entry in the Passport to Peril series. When the book is published, it deserves a place on your shelf. In this installment, Emily and her seniors are joined by some book club members and the expanded tour group vis...

    Catch Me if Yukon is the twelfth installment in the Passport to Peril series featuring tour director Emily Miceli. Accompanied by her husband Etienne, Emily has brought her misfit band of Iowan seniors to Alaska and joining them are members of the Windsor City "Norwegian Only" book clu...

    This is the first book I have read in this series. The plot of the story was good; I enjoyed the idea of a travel agent taking a group on a tour of Alaska. But I feel that the execution was not as enjoyable. The first chapters of the books seemed to bog down as the various tour guid...

    What i loved about this book is it features intelligent seniors that is rare to read about. Thank you to the author for your inclusion of seniors. I received a ARC for review from the publisher and my opinion is my own. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featu...

    3.5/5* I was disappointed to find that this book did not, in fact, have anything to do with the Yukon, other than several mentions of the Territory within it. It's a useful word to make a punny title, however, but a bit misleading as the whole book takes place in Alaska (which, alth...

    I was lucky enough to discover this delightful series when the first book was published and I have enjoyed every single one of the trips with Emily, Nana and the gang. This, the 12th trip with them, was a hoot. The Dicks were in fine form, Bernice was her usual annoying self and Jack e...

  • Anam Cara
    Dec 25, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

    I received a copy from Midnight Ink through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily and her husband have taken their group of world traveling seniors and a small book club to Alaska where they?re sure everyone will survive the trip. After whale watching goes well, the tr...

    Catch Me If Yukon By Maddy Hunter This is book #12 in the Passport to Peril Series Take a trip with tour director Emily Miceli and her quirky regulars (a senior group), then add the book club "Norwegian Only" members. Joining them are her husband Etienne, an ex swiss police inspecto...

    CATCH ME IF YUKON by Maddy Hunter is the 12th novel in the Passport to Peril mystery series. The novel is due out on December 8th 2018 by Midnight Ink. The Passport to Peril series follows tour guide Emily Miceli as she escorts groups of travelers to various locations all over the worl...

    Thanks to Netgalley for allowing me an advanced copy of another great entry in the Passport to Peril series. When the book is published, it deserves a place on your shelf. In this installment, Emily and her seniors are joined by some book club members and the expanded tour group vis...

    Catch Me if Yukon is the twelfth installment in the Passport to Peril series featuring tour director Emily Miceli. Accompanied by her husband Etienne, Emily has brought her misfit band of Iowan seniors to Alaska and joining them are members of the Windsor City "Norwegian Only" book clu...

    This is the first book I have read in this series. The plot of the story was good; I enjoyed the idea of a travel agent taking a group on a tour of Alaska. But I feel that the execution was not as enjoyable. The first chapters of the books seemed to bog down as the various tour guid...

  • Carolyn
    Jul 04, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

  • Darcysmom
    Dec 15, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

    I received a copy from Midnight Ink through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily and her husband have taken their group of world traveling seniors and a small book club to Alaska where they?re sure everyone will survive the trip. After whale watching goes well, the tr...

    Catch Me If Yukon By Maddy Hunter This is book #12 in the Passport to Peril Series Take a trip with tour director Emily Miceli and her quirky regulars (a senior group), then add the book club "Norwegian Only" members. Joining them are her husband Etienne, an ex swiss police inspecto...

    CATCH ME IF YUKON by Maddy Hunter is the 12th novel in the Passport to Peril mystery series. The novel is due out on December 8th 2018 by Midnight Ink. The Passport to Peril series follows tour guide Emily Miceli as she escorts groups of travelers to various locations all over the worl...

    Thanks to Netgalley for allowing me an advanced copy of another great entry in the Passport to Peril series. When the book is published, it deserves a place on your shelf. In this installment, Emily and her seniors are joined by some book club members and the expanded tour group vis...

    Catch Me if Yukon is the twelfth installment in the Passport to Peril series featuring tour director Emily Miceli. Accompanied by her husband Etienne, Emily has brought her misfit band of Iowan seniors to Alaska and joining them are members of the Windsor City "Norwegian Only" book clu...

    This is the first book I have read in this series. The plot of the story was good; I enjoyed the idea of a travel agent taking a group on a tour of Alaska. But I feel that the execution was not as enjoyable. The first chapters of the books seemed to bog down as the various tour guid...

    What i loved about this book is it features intelligent seniors that is rare to read about. Thank you to the author for your inclusion of seniors. I received a ARC for review from the publisher and my opinion is my own. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featu...

    3.5/5* I was disappointed to find that this book did not, in fact, have anything to do with the Yukon, other than several mentions of the Territory within it. It's a useful word to make a punny title, however, but a bit misleading as the whole book takes place in Alaska (which, alth...

    I was lucky enough to discover this delightful series when the first book was published and I have enjoyed every single one of the trips with Emily, Nana and the gang. This, the 12th trip with them, was a hoot. The Dicks were in fine form, Bernice was her usual annoying self and Jack e...

    This is book 12 in the ?Passport To Peril ? series featuring main character Emily , a tour escort who leads groups in foreign countries . In book 12 her tour group are visiting the breathtaking Alaska , amid the glorious scenery of huge glaciers and whale watching the groups high s...

    I received an ARC of this book from Netgalley and Midnight Ink for free in exchange for an honest review. Catch Me if Yukon was a high quality cozy mystery. The characters, locale, and storyline were excellent. This was the 12th book in the Passport to Peril series. The story can eas...

  • ABCme
    Nov 14, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

  • Beth
    Jan 23, 2019

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

    I received a copy from Midnight Ink through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily and her husband have taken their group of world traveling seniors and a small book club to Alaska where they?re sure everyone will survive the trip. After whale watching goes well, the tr...

    Catch Me If Yukon By Maddy Hunter This is book #12 in the Passport to Peril Series Take a trip with tour director Emily Miceli and her quirky regulars (a senior group), then add the book club "Norwegian Only" members. Joining them are her husband Etienne, an ex swiss police inspecto...

    CATCH ME IF YUKON by Maddy Hunter is the 12th novel in the Passport to Peril mystery series. The novel is due out on December 8th 2018 by Midnight Ink. The Passport to Peril series follows tour guide Emily Miceli as she escorts groups of travelers to various locations all over the worl...

    Thanks to Netgalley for allowing me an advanced copy of another great entry in the Passport to Peril series. When the book is published, it deserves a place on your shelf. In this installment, Emily and her seniors are joined by some book club members and the expanded tour group vis...

    Catch Me if Yukon is the twelfth installment in the Passport to Peril series featuring tour director Emily Miceli. Accompanied by her husband Etienne, Emily has brought her misfit band of Iowan seniors to Alaska and joining them are members of the Windsor City "Norwegian Only" book clu...

    This is the first book I have read in this series. The plot of the story was good; I enjoyed the idea of a travel agent taking a group on a tour of Alaska. But I feel that the execution was not as enjoyable. The first chapters of the books seemed to bog down as the various tour guid...

    What i loved about this book is it features intelligent seniors that is rare to read about. Thank you to the author for your inclusion of seniors. I received a ARC for review from the publisher and my opinion is my own. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featu...

    3.5/5* I was disappointed to find that this book did not, in fact, have anything to do with the Yukon, other than several mentions of the Territory within it. It's a useful word to make a punny title, however, but a bit misleading as the whole book takes place in Alaska (which, alth...

    I was lucky enough to discover this delightful series when the first book was published and I have enjoyed every single one of the trips with Emily, Nana and the gang. This, the 12th trip with them, was a hoot. The Dicks were in fine form, Bernice was her usual annoying self and Jack e...

    This is book 12 in the ?Passport To Peril ? series featuring main character Emily , a tour escort who leads groups in foreign countries . In book 12 her tour group are visiting the breathtaking Alaska , amid the glorious scenery of huge glaciers and whale watching the groups high s...

    I received an ARC of this book from Netgalley and Midnight Ink for free in exchange for an honest review. Catch Me if Yukon was a high quality cozy mystery. The characters, locale, and storyline were excellent. This was the 12th book in the Passport to Peril series. The story can eas...

    I've liked this series since the beginning, but now that we're on book 12, I'd really like some more character development. Emily's husband is a side note even though he's on the trip with her. He's a former police detective, why isn't he being used in the mystery portion of the story ...

    Murder and Mayhem on an Alaskan Tour This is a wonderful adventure and a hilarious cozy mystery. This is the twelfth in this series and the first one that I have read. It stands alone extremely well. Previous episodes are mentioned in such a way that the reader is aware of pertinent e...

    This is a fun series in which each book can be happily read as a standalone. This time out, Emily is leading a tour of a large group of seniors around Alaska. Dealing with the bickering that this type of situation can foster is one thing but Emily also has to deal with her mom, dad, an...

    I love this series, Passport to Peril. This is book 12 and Emily and her adventurous group of senior travelers are off to Alaska. You get to meet them as they are whale watching and then moving by bus to zipline in Denali. They are certainly a spry and fun group and don't seem to mind ...

    I love this series. I would like to go on a trip with Emily and her senior citizens. They go to interesting places. The only problem is someone always dies. I liked this book because it takes place in Alaska, a place I've visited twice. The descriptions of the locations of their trips...

    A great addition to the series. Maddy Hunter is back in great form. Nicely written story with lots of detail and a plot that holds your attention to the end. My only complaint is I wish Nana was featured more. I think Nana deserves her own series. With that being said any fan of Maddy ...

    Another interesting senior excursion with the eccentric Iowans. This time a bool club joined the tour to Alaska. It was fun reading about Alaska as I have been up there multiple times and it is breathtakingly beautiful. Jackie still a presence and Nana still dodging her over protective...

  • Cozy Cat Reviews
    Nov 28, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

    I received a copy from Midnight Ink through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily and her husband have taken their group of world traveling seniors and a small book club to Alaska where they?re sure everyone will survive the trip. After whale watching goes well, the tr...

    Catch Me If Yukon By Maddy Hunter This is book #12 in the Passport to Peril Series Take a trip with tour director Emily Miceli and her quirky regulars (a senior group), then add the book club "Norwegian Only" members. Joining them are her husband Etienne, an ex swiss police inspecto...

    CATCH ME IF YUKON by Maddy Hunter is the 12th novel in the Passport to Peril mystery series. The novel is due out on December 8th 2018 by Midnight Ink. The Passport to Peril series follows tour guide Emily Miceli as she escorts groups of travelers to various locations all over the worl...

    Thanks to Netgalley for allowing me an advanced copy of another great entry in the Passport to Peril series. When the book is published, it deserves a place on your shelf. In this installment, Emily and her seniors are joined by some book club members and the expanded tour group vis...

    Catch Me if Yukon is the twelfth installment in the Passport to Peril series featuring tour director Emily Miceli. Accompanied by her husband Etienne, Emily has brought her misfit band of Iowan seniors to Alaska and joining them are members of the Windsor City "Norwegian Only" book clu...

    This is the first book I have read in this series. The plot of the story was good; I enjoyed the idea of a travel agent taking a group on a tour of Alaska. But I feel that the execution was not as enjoyable. The first chapters of the books seemed to bog down as the various tour guid...

    What i loved about this book is it features intelligent seniors that is rare to read about. Thank you to the author for your inclusion of seniors. I received a ARC for review from the publisher and my opinion is my own. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featu...

  • Carmen
    Aug 09, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

    I received a copy from Midnight Ink through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily and her husband have taken their group of world traveling seniors and a small book club to Alaska where they?re sure everyone will survive the trip. After whale watching goes well, the tr...

  • Kathleen Gray
    Nov 27, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

    I received a copy from Midnight Ink through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily and her husband have taken their group of world traveling seniors and a small book club to Alaska where they?re sure everyone will survive the trip. After whale watching goes well, the tr...

    Catch Me If Yukon By Maddy Hunter This is book #12 in the Passport to Peril Series Take a trip with tour director Emily Miceli and her quirky regulars (a senior group), then add the book club "Norwegian Only" members. Joining them are her husband Etienne, an ex swiss police inspecto...

    CATCH ME IF YUKON by Maddy Hunter is the 12th novel in the Passport to Peril mystery series. The novel is due out on December 8th 2018 by Midnight Ink. The Passport to Peril series follows tour guide Emily Miceli as she escorts groups of travelers to various locations all over the worl...

    Thanks to Netgalley for allowing me an advanced copy of another great entry in the Passport to Peril series. When the book is published, it deserves a place on your shelf. In this installment, Emily and her seniors are joined by some book club members and the expanded tour group vis...

    Catch Me if Yukon is the twelfth installment in the Passport to Peril series featuring tour director Emily Miceli. Accompanied by her husband Etienne, Emily has brought her misfit band of Iowan seniors to Alaska and joining them are members of the Windsor City "Norwegian Only" book clu...

    This is the first book I have read in this series. The plot of the story was good; I enjoyed the idea of a travel agent taking a group on a tour of Alaska. But I feel that the execution was not as enjoyable. The first chapters of the books seemed to bog down as the various tour guid...

    What i loved about this book is it features intelligent seniors that is rare to read about. Thank you to the author for your inclusion of seniors. I received a ARC for review from the publisher and my opinion is my own. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featu...

    3.5/5* I was disappointed to find that this book did not, in fact, have anything to do with the Yukon, other than several mentions of the Territory within it. It's a useful word to make a punny title, however, but a bit misleading as the whole book takes place in Alaska (which, alth...

    I was lucky enough to discover this delightful series when the first book was published and I have enjoyed every single one of the trips with Emily, Nana and the gang. This, the 12th trip with them, was a hoot. The Dicks were in fine form, Bernice was her usual annoying self and Jack e...

    This is book 12 in the ?Passport To Peril ? series featuring main character Emily , a tour escort who leads groups in foreign countries . In book 12 her tour group are visiting the breathtaking Alaska , amid the glorious scenery of huge glaciers and whale watching the groups high s...

    I received an ARC of this book from Netgalley and Midnight Ink for free in exchange for an honest review. Catch Me if Yukon was a high quality cozy mystery. The characters, locale, and storyline were excellent. This was the 12th book in the Passport to Peril series. The story can eas...

    I've liked this series since the beginning, but now that we're on book 12, I'd really like some more character development. Emily's husband is a side note even though he's on the trip with her. He's a former police detective, why isn't he being used in the mystery portion of the story ...

    Murder and Mayhem on an Alaskan Tour This is a wonderful adventure and a hilarious cozy mystery. This is the twelfth in this series and the first one that I have read. It stands alone extremely well. Previous episodes are mentioned in such a way that the reader is aware of pertinent e...

    This is a fun series in which each book can be happily read as a standalone. This time out, Emily is leading a tour of a large group of seniors around Alaska. Dealing with the bickering that this type of situation can foster is one thing but Emily also has to deal with her mom, dad, an...

  • Annie
    Feb 07, 2019

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

    I received a copy from Midnight Ink through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily and her husband have taken their group of world traveling seniors and a small book club to Alaska where they?re sure everyone will survive the trip. After whale watching goes well, the tr...

    Catch Me If Yukon By Maddy Hunter This is book #12 in the Passport to Peril Series Take a trip with tour director Emily Miceli and her quirky regulars (a senior group), then add the book club "Norwegian Only" members. Joining them are her husband Etienne, an ex swiss police inspecto...

    CATCH ME IF YUKON by Maddy Hunter is the 12th novel in the Passport to Peril mystery series. The novel is due out on December 8th 2018 by Midnight Ink. The Passport to Peril series follows tour guide Emily Miceli as she escorts groups of travelers to various locations all over the worl...

    Thanks to Netgalley for allowing me an advanced copy of another great entry in the Passport to Peril series. When the book is published, it deserves a place on your shelf. In this installment, Emily and her seniors are joined by some book club members and the expanded tour group vis...

    Catch Me if Yukon is the twelfth installment in the Passport to Peril series featuring tour director Emily Miceli. Accompanied by her husband Etienne, Emily has brought her misfit band of Iowan seniors to Alaska and joining them are members of the Windsor City "Norwegian Only" book clu...

    This is the first book I have read in this series. The plot of the story was good; I enjoyed the idea of a travel agent taking a group on a tour of Alaska. But I feel that the execution was not as enjoyable. The first chapters of the books seemed to bog down as the various tour guid...

    What i loved about this book is it features intelligent seniors that is rare to read about. Thank you to the author for your inclusion of seniors. I received a ARC for review from the publisher and my opinion is my own. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featu...

    3.5/5* I was disappointed to find that this book did not, in fact, have anything to do with the Yukon, other than several mentions of the Territory within it. It's a useful word to make a punny title, however, but a bit misleading as the whole book takes place in Alaska (which, alth...

  • Diane Hernandez
    Dec 11, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

  • Jennifer
    Sep 04, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

    I received a copy from Midnight Ink through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily and her husband have taken their group of world traveling seniors and a small book club to Alaska where they?re sure everyone will survive the trip. After whale watching goes well, the tr...

    Catch Me If Yukon By Maddy Hunter This is book #12 in the Passport to Peril Series Take a trip with tour director Emily Miceli and her quirky regulars (a senior group), then add the book club "Norwegian Only" members. Joining them are her husband Etienne, an ex swiss police inspecto...

    CATCH ME IF YUKON by Maddy Hunter is the 12th novel in the Passport to Peril mystery series. The novel is due out on December 8th 2018 by Midnight Ink. The Passport to Peril series follows tour guide Emily Miceli as she escorts groups of travelers to various locations all over the worl...

    Thanks to Netgalley for allowing me an advanced copy of another great entry in the Passport to Peril series. When the book is published, it deserves a place on your shelf. In this installment, Emily and her seniors are joined by some book club members and the expanded tour group vis...

  • Brenda
    Aug 31, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

    I received a copy from Midnight Ink through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily and her husband have taken their group of world traveling seniors and a small book club to Alaska where they?re sure everyone will survive the trip. After whale watching goes well, the tr...

    Catch Me If Yukon By Maddy Hunter This is book #12 in the Passport to Peril Series Take a trip with tour director Emily Miceli and her quirky regulars (a senior group), then add the book club "Norwegian Only" members. Joining them are her husband Etienne, an ex swiss police inspecto...

    CATCH ME IF YUKON by Maddy Hunter is the 12th novel in the Passport to Peril mystery series. The novel is due out on December 8th 2018 by Midnight Ink. The Passport to Peril series follows tour guide Emily Miceli as she escorts groups of travelers to various locations all over the worl...

    Thanks to Netgalley for allowing me an advanced copy of another great entry in the Passport to Peril series. When the book is published, it deserves a place on your shelf. In this installment, Emily and her seniors are joined by some book club members and the expanded tour group vis...

    Catch Me if Yukon is the twelfth installment in the Passport to Peril series featuring tour director Emily Miceli. Accompanied by her husband Etienne, Emily has brought her misfit band of Iowan seniors to Alaska and joining them are members of the Windsor City "Norwegian Only" book clu...

  • Gail C.
    Nov 22, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

  • Kathleen
    Dec 09, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

  • Sara
    Jan 04, 2019

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

    I received a copy from Midnight Ink through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily and her husband have taken their group of world traveling seniors and a small book club to Alaska where they?re sure everyone will survive the trip. After whale watching goes well, the tr...

    Catch Me If Yukon By Maddy Hunter This is book #12 in the Passport to Peril Series Take a trip with tour director Emily Miceli and her quirky regulars (a senior group), then add the book club "Norwegian Only" members. Joining them are her husband Etienne, an ex swiss police inspecto...

    CATCH ME IF YUKON by Maddy Hunter is the 12th novel in the Passport to Peril mystery series. The novel is due out on December 8th 2018 by Midnight Ink. The Passport to Peril series follows tour guide Emily Miceli as she escorts groups of travelers to various locations all over the worl...

    Thanks to Netgalley for allowing me an advanced copy of another great entry in the Passport to Peril series. When the book is published, it deserves a place on your shelf. In this installment, Emily and her seniors are joined by some book club members and the expanded tour group vis...

    Catch Me if Yukon is the twelfth installment in the Passport to Peril series featuring tour director Emily Miceli. Accompanied by her husband Etienne, Emily has brought her misfit band of Iowan seniors to Alaska and joining them are members of the Windsor City "Norwegian Only" book clu...

    This is the first book I have read in this series. The plot of the story was good; I enjoyed the idea of a travel agent taking a group on a tour of Alaska. But I feel that the execution was not as enjoyable. The first chapters of the books seemed to bog down as the various tour guid...

    What i loved about this book is it features intelligent seniors that is rare to read about. Thank you to the author for your inclusion of seniors. I received a ARC for review from the publisher and my opinion is my own. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featu...

    3.5/5* I was disappointed to find that this book did not, in fact, have anything to do with the Yukon, other than several mentions of the Territory within it. It's a useful word to make a punny title, however, but a bit misleading as the whole book takes place in Alaska (which, alth...

    I was lucky enough to discover this delightful series when the first book was published and I have enjoyed every single one of the trips with Emily, Nana and the gang. This, the 12th trip with them, was a hoot. The Dicks were in fine form, Bernice was her usual annoying self and Jack e...

    This is book 12 in the ?Passport To Peril ? series featuring main character Emily , a tour escort who leads groups in foreign countries . In book 12 her tour group are visiting the breathtaking Alaska , amid the glorious scenery of huge glaciers and whale watching the groups high s...

    I received an ARC of this book from Netgalley and Midnight Ink for free in exchange for an honest review. Catch Me if Yukon was a high quality cozy mystery. The characters, locale, and storyline were excellent. This was the 12th book in the Passport to Peril series. The story can eas...

    I've liked this series since the beginning, but now that we're on book 12, I'd really like some more character development. Emily's husband is a side note even though he's on the trip with her. He's a former police detective, why isn't he being used in the mystery portion of the story ...

    Murder and Mayhem on an Alaskan Tour This is a wonderful adventure and a hilarious cozy mystery. This is the twelfth in this series and the first one that I have read. It stands alone extremely well. Previous episodes are mentioned in such a way that the reader is aware of pertinent e...

    This is a fun series in which each book can be happily read as a standalone. This time out, Emily is leading a tour of a large group of seniors around Alaska. Dealing with the bickering that this type of situation can foster is one thing but Emily also has to deal with her mom, dad, an...

    I love this series, Passport to Peril. This is book 12 and Emily and her adventurous group of senior travelers are off to Alaska. You get to meet them as they are whale watching and then moving by bus to zipline in Denali. They are certainly a spry and fun group and don't seem to mind ...

    I love this series. I would like to go on a trip with Emily and her senior citizens. They go to interesting places. The only problem is someone always dies. I liked this book because it takes place in Alaska, a place I've visited twice. The descriptions of the locations of their trips...

    A great addition to the series. Maddy Hunter is back in great form. Nicely written story with lots of detail and a plot that holds your attention to the end. My only complaint is I wish Nana was featured more. I think Nana deserves her own series. With that being said any fan of Maddy ...

  • Julie Biver
    Dec 13, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

    I received a copy from Midnight Ink through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily and her husband have taken their group of world traveling seniors and a small book club to Alaska where they?re sure everyone will survive the trip. After whale watching goes well, the tr...

    Catch Me If Yukon By Maddy Hunter This is book #12 in the Passport to Peril Series Take a trip with tour director Emily Miceli and her quirky regulars (a senior group), then add the book club "Norwegian Only" members. Joining them are her husband Etienne, an ex swiss police inspecto...

    CATCH ME IF YUKON by Maddy Hunter is the 12th novel in the Passport to Peril mystery series. The novel is due out on December 8th 2018 by Midnight Ink. The Passport to Peril series follows tour guide Emily Miceli as she escorts groups of travelers to various locations all over the worl...

    Thanks to Netgalley for allowing me an advanced copy of another great entry in the Passport to Peril series. When the book is published, it deserves a place on your shelf. In this installment, Emily and her seniors are joined by some book club members and the expanded tour group vis...

    Catch Me if Yukon is the twelfth installment in the Passport to Peril series featuring tour director Emily Miceli. Accompanied by her husband Etienne, Emily has brought her misfit band of Iowan seniors to Alaska and joining them are members of the Windsor City "Norwegian Only" book clu...

    This is the first book I have read in this series. The plot of the story was good; I enjoyed the idea of a travel agent taking a group on a tour of Alaska. But I feel that the execution was not as enjoyable. The first chapters of the books seemed to bog down as the various tour guid...

    What i loved about this book is it features intelligent seniors that is rare to read about. Thank you to the author for your inclusion of seniors. I received a ARC for review from the publisher and my opinion is my own. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featu...

    3.5/5* I was disappointed to find that this book did not, in fact, have anything to do with the Yukon, other than several mentions of the Territory within it. It's a useful word to make a punny title, however, but a bit misleading as the whole book takes place in Alaska (which, alth...

    I was lucky enough to discover this delightful series when the first book was published and I have enjoyed every single one of the trips with Emily, Nana and the gang. This, the 12th trip with them, was a hoot. The Dicks were in fine form, Bernice was her usual annoying self and Jack e...

    This is book 12 in the ?Passport To Peril ? series featuring main character Emily , a tour escort who leads groups in foreign countries . In book 12 her tour group are visiting the breathtaking Alaska , amid the glorious scenery of huge glaciers and whale watching the groups high s...

    I received an ARC of this book from Netgalley and Midnight Ink for free in exchange for an honest review. Catch Me if Yukon was a high quality cozy mystery. The characters, locale, and storyline were excellent. This was the 12th book in the Passport to Peril series. The story can eas...

    I've liked this series since the beginning, but now that we're on book 12, I'd really like some more character development. Emily's husband is a side note even though he's on the trip with her. He's a former police detective, why isn't he being used in the mystery portion of the story ...

    Murder and Mayhem on an Alaskan Tour This is a wonderful adventure and a hilarious cozy mystery. This is the twelfth in this series and the first one that I have read. It stands alone extremely well. Previous episodes are mentioned in such a way that the reader is aware of pertinent e...

    This is a fun series in which each book can be happily read as a standalone. This time out, Emily is leading a tour of a large group of seniors around Alaska. Dealing with the bickering that this type of situation can foster is one thing but Emily also has to deal with her mom, dad, an...

    I love this series, Passport to Peril. This is book 12 and Emily and her adventurous group of senior travelers are off to Alaska. You get to meet them as they are whale watching and then moving by bus to zipline in Denali. They are certainly a spry and fun group and don't seem to mind ...

    I love this series. I would like to go on a trip with Emily and her senior citizens. They go to interesting places. The only problem is someone always dies. I liked this book because it takes place in Alaska, a place I've visited twice. The descriptions of the locations of their trips...

    A great addition to the series. Maddy Hunter is back in great form. Nicely written story with lots of detail and a plot that holds your attention to the end. My only complaint is I wish Nana was featured more. I think Nana deserves her own series. With that being said any fan of Maddy ...

    Another interesting senior excursion with the eccentric Iowans. This time a bool club joined the tour to Alaska. It was fun reading about Alaska as I have been up there multiple times and it is breathtakingly beautiful. Jackie still a presence and Nana still dodging her over protective...

    Wonderful and quirky Love all of her books. This one had multiple mysteries and deaths. Where the ending comes as a surprise. Love that grandma is back;and Emily's mom is still trying to keep grandma in line. But Bigfoot keeps getting in the way. ...

  • Beverly Egan
    Dec 10, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

    I received a copy from Midnight Ink through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily and her husband have taken their group of world traveling seniors and a small book club to Alaska where they?re sure everyone will survive the trip. After whale watching goes well, the tr...

    Catch Me If Yukon By Maddy Hunter This is book #12 in the Passport to Peril Series Take a trip with tour director Emily Miceli and her quirky regulars (a senior group), then add the book club "Norwegian Only" members. Joining them are her husband Etienne, an ex swiss police inspecto...

  • Janet Graham
    Nov 30, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

    I received a copy from Midnight Ink through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily and her husband have taken their group of world traveling seniors and a small book club to Alaska where they?re sure everyone will survive the trip. After whale watching goes well, the tr...

    Catch Me If Yukon By Maddy Hunter This is book #12 in the Passport to Peril Series Take a trip with tour director Emily Miceli and her quirky regulars (a senior group), then add the book club "Norwegian Only" members. Joining them are her husband Etienne, an ex swiss police inspecto...

    CATCH ME IF YUKON by Maddy Hunter is the 12th novel in the Passport to Peril mystery series. The novel is due out on December 8th 2018 by Midnight Ink. The Passport to Peril series follows tour guide Emily Miceli as she escorts groups of travelers to various locations all over the worl...

    Thanks to Netgalley for allowing me an advanced copy of another great entry in the Passport to Peril series. When the book is published, it deserves a place on your shelf. In this installment, Emily and her seniors are joined by some book club members and the expanded tour group vis...

    Catch Me if Yukon is the twelfth installment in the Passport to Peril series featuring tour director Emily Miceli. Accompanied by her husband Etienne, Emily has brought her misfit band of Iowan seniors to Alaska and joining them are members of the Windsor City "Norwegian Only" book clu...

    This is the first book I have read in this series. The plot of the story was good; I enjoyed the idea of a travel agent taking a group on a tour of Alaska. But I feel that the execution was not as enjoyable. The first chapters of the books seemed to bog down as the various tour guid...

    What i loved about this book is it features intelligent seniors that is rare to read about. Thank you to the author for your inclusion of seniors. I received a ARC for review from the publisher and my opinion is my own. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featu...

    3.5/5* I was disappointed to find that this book did not, in fact, have anything to do with the Yukon, other than several mentions of the Territory within it. It's a useful word to make a punny title, however, but a bit misleading as the whole book takes place in Alaska (which, alth...

    I was lucky enough to discover this delightful series when the first book was published and I have enjoyed every single one of the trips with Emily, Nana and the gang. This, the 12th trip with them, was a hoot. The Dicks were in fine form, Bernice was her usual annoying self and Jack e...

    This is book 12 in the ?Passport To Peril ? series featuring main character Emily , a tour escort who leads groups in foreign countries . In book 12 her tour group are visiting the breathtaking Alaska , amid the glorious scenery of huge glaciers and whale watching the groups high s...

    I received an ARC of this book from Netgalley and Midnight Ink for free in exchange for an honest review. Catch Me if Yukon was a high quality cozy mystery. The characters, locale, and storyline were excellent. This was the 12th book in the Passport to Peril series. The story can eas...

    I've liked this series since the beginning, but now that we're on book 12, I'd really like some more character development. Emily's husband is a side note even though he's on the trip with her. He's a former police detective, why isn't he being used in the mystery portion of the story ...

    Murder and Mayhem on an Alaskan Tour This is a wonderful adventure and a hilarious cozy mystery. This is the twelfth in this series and the first one that I have read. It stands alone extremely well. Previous episodes are mentioned in such a way that the reader is aware of pertinent e...

  • Randee Green
    Oct 29, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...

    Emily Andrew-Miceli and her husband Etienne own a tour company that caters to a lively group of Iowa seniors, along with others who may sign up - and usually do. This time out they're traveling through Alaska, along with members of a local book club who are 'first timers' on the tour. ...

    I received a copy from Midnight Ink through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Emily and her husband have taken their group of world traveling seniors and a small book club to Alaska where they?re sure everyone will survive the trip. After whale watching goes well, the tr...

    Catch Me If Yukon By Maddy Hunter This is book #12 in the Passport to Peril Series Take a trip with tour director Emily Miceli and her quirky regulars (a senior group), then add the book club "Norwegian Only" members. Joining them are her husband Etienne, an ex swiss police inspecto...

    CATCH ME IF YUKON by Maddy Hunter is the 12th novel in the Passport to Peril mystery series. The novel is due out on December 8th 2018 by Midnight Ink. The Passport to Peril series follows tour guide Emily Miceli as she escorts groups of travelers to various locations all over the worl...

  • Anna Fox
    Jul 28, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

  • Rebecca Reviews
    Jul 19, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for providing me an advanced digital read copy of Catch Me If You Can by Maddy Hunter. This is the twelfth book in the Passport to Peril series featuring Emily Miceli as tour guide to the senior citizens of her Iowa community. The story is complete...

    Thank you Netgalley and Midnight Ink for the ARC. This is a fun cozy mystery filled with adventure. A group of intelligent seniors from Iowa are touring Alaska. While they're busy handling their cellphones, selfiesticks and likes-per-post on their newly built website, the reader ge...

    Thank you to NetGalley and Midnight Ink for the advance copy of this cozy mystery. It was enjoyable and humorous, and a relaxing break from some dark crime stories I have been reading. The identity of the murderers came as a surprise. The characters, both good, bad or simply annoying, ...

    This is number 12 in the Passport to Peril Mystery. I have not read any of these and did not feel that I was missing out. This is a standalone story with some unique characters. I found the cover and description inviting me to take a chance on this book. I?m glad I did. Emily And...

    ?Catch Me If Yukon? is the twelfth installment of Maddy Hunter?s funny series. I had been aware of Hunter?s ?Passport to Peril? series, but had never read one before, which was a mistake. This book was laugh out loud funny in places, while still being an engaging mystery. ...

    With Midnight Ink closing, there's a good chance that this will be the last tour that our intrepid Iowan octogenarians take. Beleaguered tour guide/detective Emily Miceli has certainly earned her vacation. This go-round finds the group hauling up for a wilderness tour in Alaska. Maddy ...

    Senior moments, travel mishaps and murder meet in Catch Me if Yukon. Husband and wife team Etienne and Emily run Destinations Travel, a senior tour group out of Iowa. This trip is a twelve-day Alaskan bus tour. Along with their twelve regulars are seven new travelers from the same I...

    I have a soft spot for this series, but it is silly. Objectively, I dislike the treatment of the older tour guests, who are mostly collections of negative characteristics, but in practice it's enjoyable reading about them. Emily and her husband Etienne take a group of senior citizens t...

    Fun and enjoyable book. I enjoyed meeting up with the seniors (as annoying as some of them can be) again. Loved the Alaskan setting. The mystery was enjoyable, but I would really like to see more of the husband. I received an eARC from Midnight Ink via NetGalley and Midnight Ink fo...

    Maddy Hunter?s Catch Me if Yukon is a fun cozy mystery with wonderful characters, a well-written plot, and great Alaskan adventures. However, I wish the heroine had done more sleuthing and that some characters were better utilized. This novel is the twelfth entry in the entertaining ...