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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 11 December 2002
Mrs. Pollifax is at it again. This time, helping Farrell, she travels to Jordan to get a manuscript. Of course, her trip couldn't be that uneventful. She soon finds herself involved in not one, but two cases of international intrige. Can she find her way out of both of them?
This book really felt like coming back to an old friend. The relationship between Farrell and Mrs. P. is wonderful as always. I really do wish that we would see more of Cyrus, however. The new characters are interesting and entertaining. The plot was entertaining and kept me confused about several things until the very end. It was good escapist fun, exactly what it tries to be. If you aren't familiar with the antics of the CIA's secret weapon, buy a copy now. You won't regret it.
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on 30 August 1997
I loved Mrs. Pollifax. I would love to be just like her, with her love of life and cool handling of problems. This is not the same women. She whines, the old Mrs. Pollifax would never whine. This major problem aside, the story is okay, the local is okay. Just okay.
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on 6 June 1998
Innocent tourist is another in a series of wonderfully written books. It's just the right amount of mystery, comedy, and action to give all of her readers a good time.
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on 18 December 2014
Fabulous read. Have read the whole lot now and enjoyed them so much will read them all again next year!
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on 26 December 1998
Through the streets of Amman, Emily Reed-Pollifax has escaped danger and put the world in curious suspicion of the gray-haired grandmother yet again, and will continue to do so.
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