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Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite
Drama Cruise (A Nicky and Noah Mystery Book 3) by Joe Cosentino is an enjoyable murder mystery starring the lovable couple, Nicky and Noah. Producing a murder mystery on an Alaskan cruise with other theater academics, Nicky and Noah are confronted with the calculated demise of a colleague. When another murder is committed, and the victim is another professor, it seems there is a possibility that the drama team is being targeted. Why would anyone hate drama teachers so much that they have the deep-seated need to kill them? Or could it be a homophobic passenger who feels threatened? As the murder count rises, the number of their actors are depleting. Isolated and out at sea, there is nowhere to hide, endangering the passengers. On the positive side, there is a decided limit to the possible suspects. However, if Nicky and Noah don't put their investigating skills to work and get to the bottom of the mystery, there may not be any passengers left to disembark. Or worse, they may not survive the cruise.
Drama Cruise (A Nicky and Noah Mystery Book 3) by Joe Cosentino is a captivating cozy mystery that is engaging and intriguing. I thought the balance between the comedy and the drama was inspired. It is very well done. The characters are charming and entertaining. Nicky and Noah's parents are on the cruise, and their peculiar quirks had me in stitches. Their presence added fantastic comic relief, along with Professor Jeff Harrington. Jeff, a hypochondriac, is spectacularly amusing. This is the delightful third episode in the Nicky and Noah Mystery series. It is a fun-filled and entertaining murder mystery for LGBT cozy mystery fans. The reader needs to be aware that it does contain graphic sexual scenes and is more appropriate for readers over the age of eighteen.