Passport to Murder, by Mary Angela

Passport to Murder, Mary Angela, Professor Prather, Mystery
Passport: $15.95
ISBN: 9781603816533
eBook: $4.95
Mystery

Passport to Murder, by Mary Angela

Start with an unlucky number. Throw in a romantic location. Include a dashing Frenchman and an uncompromising professor. And you have all the ingredients for a passport to murder.

This semester, it seems that Professor Prather’s dreams are about to come true. Ever since she was a young girl, she’s imagined going to France, and her French colleague, André Duman, has finally made that trip possible. Over spring break, she and André are to lead a group of students and faculty to Paris to explore the City of Light. But before she can utter her first bonjour, a professor dies, and they are stuck in Minneapolis. She returns to Copper Bluff with an unstamped passport and a mystery to solve.

When André becomes the prime suspect, Emmeline puts her research skills to good use, determined to find out who really killed the professor and spoiled their spring break plans. With thirteen travelers assembled, the possibilities are varied and villainous. Luckily, her dear friend and sidekick, Lenny Jenkins, is close by. Together, they will sort through the conflicting clues even if it costs them time, trouble, or tenure.

Passport to Murder is the second cozy mystery in the Professor Prather Mystery series

“Enjoyable [….] Emmeline’s shrewd questioning of students and professors uncovers hidden motives and secrets in this clever academic mystery.”

Publishers Weekly

Mary Angela teaches English for the University of South Dakota and enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her family. She lives in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, with her husband and two young daughters. An avid mystery fan, Mary is a member of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime.

maryangelabooks.com

Buy the book on Amazon or Barnes and Noble:

Or ask for the book at your local library or order from your local bookstore

Death-on-Sacred-Ground
Death on Sacred Ground, by Kathie Deviny
Murder at Andaman, by Bharti Kirchner
‘Til Death do you get Ripped Apart, by Scott A. Lerner
Crime in Cornwall, by Emma Dakin