By Maddy Hunter
A journey TO DIE FOR...
Accompanying her grandmother on a seniors travel of Switzerland, Emily Andrew had anticipated a holiday directly out of a go back and forth brochure: striking surroundings, nice nutrition, and a complicated eu lodge, all worlds clear of her rural Iowa fatherland. yet her dream journey quick snowballs into mayhem while smooth-talking journey escort Andy Simon is located useless. to be certain, Andy used to be as randy as a mountain goat on Viagra, hitting on each leave out -- Swiss or another way -- inside remarkable distance. His consistent advances have been using Emily cuckoo -- yet had somebody orchestrated his premature dying?
For savvy, imaginative Emily, best the travel in Andy's position is simply common. yet she can't stay impartial whilst a fellow traveller takes a deadly plunge -- she's confident a assassin lurks between them. With precision timing, horny Etienne Miceli steps in to enquire, and Emily warms to the artful detective. nonetheless, with the gang roster unexpectedly sprouting extra holes than the neighborhood cheese, Emily wonders: is there a secure haven wherever within the shadow of the Alps?
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Well, boy, good luck out there in them thar woods. '' 114 The Mystery of the Flying Express Smarting with rage, Frank turned on his heel and left. Suddenly a familiar figure crossed the street in front of him. "By golly," the Hardy boy exclaimed to himself, and broke into a run. " The cowboy turned around and at once the man's honest face widened in a grin of delight. " "Weather-Eye, how would you like to take a little trip with me I'' Frank asked eagerly. " "Good," exclaimed Frank. " Quickly he explained his fears for his brother to Weather-Eye, who showed great concern over the situation and promised to assist in any way possible.
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