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Flight Risk Cozy Mystery Books In Order

Publication Order of Flight Risk Books

Murder at Macbeth (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
A Killing in Kenya (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Homicide in Hawaii (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Trouble in Texas (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Murder in Mississippi (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
An Artful Assassination (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
French Fatality (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Kangaroos and Killings (2018)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Tailed in Tokyo (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Iced in Alaska (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Mayhem in Mexico (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Nabbed in New York (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Flight Risk is a cozy mystery series by Susan Harper. This series involves two women who become friends most bizarrely. Kendell is a flight attendant stuck in London while Pauline, in a globe-trotting pensioner, is looking for a thrilling adventure. Their first days together come with an unfortunate event that helps cement their relationship. Now Pauline is happy to take Kendell on all her adventures across the globe whenever she has some time. Through this series, the author will take you on an experience of a lifetime to the most exotic destinations in the world.

Murder at Macbeth

Murder at Macbeth is the first book in the Flight Risk series. The book stars Kendell, a ferocious flight attendant, and Pauline, a retiree determined to see the world. Kendell is disappointed when her flight is delayed in London, which means that she cannot get home in good time. She strikes a conversation with Pauline, who is also stuck at the airport, and the two ladies decide to make the best use of their time. What better way to enjoy a day in London than to head to the theatre? All is going well until Macbeth, the main actor, is murdered on stage, and Pauline is listed among the main suspects. Now, Kendell has to help her new-found friend get out of this murky mess.

Events at the theatre turn bizarre when Macduff shows up on stage with Macbeth’s severed head. At this time, Pauline had gone to the washroom and also wondered off backstage. The next time Kendal sees her, Pauline is being taken by the police for questioning. While Kendell doesn’t know much about Pauline, she is convinced that the sweet lady she had been chatting with is incapable of killing someone. Determined to uncover the truth, Kendell puts on her detective hat and starts digging around the theatre for details. Kendell has accumulated some vacation time, so she has enough time on her hands. Can the flight attendant help her friend prove her innocence?

If you enjoy cozy mystery stories with unexpected twists and exciting characters, you are going to love this story. Kendell is an amateur detective, so her investigation comes with many hilarious moments. The brave young woman even goes to the morgue and manages to remain unnoticed despite her stunning red hair. When she needs a code to enter the hallway, Kendell stations herself behind a man with the code and acts like she owns the place. Thanks to her bravery, Pauline is cleared, and the police apprehend the real killer. What more adventures will these two odd friends enjoy in the future? How will all this play out with Kendell’s boyfriend?

Murder at Macbeth is a perfect introduction to an intriguing series. The story is entertaining, and the main characters are a joy to interact with. Get to know Pauline, a feisty older woman, and Kendell, her young and confident sidekick. How far will these two go to get each other out of trouble? You can expect to be surprised by how the story ends, and it will be hard to resist the next book in the series. This book is relatively short, making it perfect if you are in the mood for a quick read.

A Killing in Kenya

A Killing in Kenya is the second book in the Flight Risk series. In this story, Kendell and Pauline decide to travel to Kenya for an African safari. Kendell takes leave days at work, and widowed Pauline wants to make the best use of her remaining time. On their flight from London to Kenya, this exciting duo bumps into Lil, Kendell’s friend, who is also a flight attendant. Pauline invites Lil to join them for Safari, and Lil is all too happy to join them. If only she knew what was to come. The tour through the African wilderness comes with many thrills, and the three friends are enjoying seeing all the wild animals. There are other travelers with them, and one is keen to go game hunting, even though this suggestion ends in a heated argument.

After a fun day in the park, the trio retreats to their hotel for the night. At some point during the night, Lil goes to the kitchen in search of a snack only to find Zacharia, a fellow traveler on the floor. Lil lifts the broken coffeepot besides Zacharia, but he is already dead, and the Jahi walks just in time to find Lil holding the murder weapon. Convinced that Lil is the murder, Jahi calls the police, which prompts the distressed woman to take the woods. She is not going to wait to be arrested for a crime that she did not commit. The plan is to head to the U.S. Embassy and explain her predicament there. Pauline runs after Lil with a plan to help her escape.

Will Lil and Pauline make it to the Embassy or with the police catch up and throw them in jail? How will Kendell help her two friends this time around? Yet again, Kendell and Pauline find themselves at the center of a murder. The two friends are forced to play detective yet again. Just like in the first book, Kendell and Pauline are going to make crazy mistakes that are sure to leave you in stitches. How will this investigation go? Will Pauline and Kendell continue to enjoy their African Safari? Away from the main characters, the author highlights key Safari attracts and goes ahead to paint a picture of what to expect when holidaying in Kenya.

A Killing in Kenya is a funny story littered with adventure. The book is well written, and the dialogue between the characters will make you laugh. Additionally, the story comes with a solid plot, many twists and turns, and loads of adventure. This is a perfect book if you want an exciting, quick read. You may also find this book useful if you are planning an African Safari. The author perfectly blends facts and fiction to form an intriguing piece that reads like a true story.

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