We're leaving in three days on a cruise to Alaska. (H.A.L. Amsterdam) I'm taking "Three Junes" by Julia Glass. I've read a few chapters and cannot wait to have the luxury of finishing this wonderful book.
My Body Lies Over the Ocean -J.S. Borthwick
No Honeymoon for Death - Mary Kruger
Murder on the Atlantic - Steve Allen
Decked - Carol Higgins Clark
Birds of Prey - J. A. Jance
Murder on the Lusitania - Conrad Allen
Murder on the Mauretania - Conrad Allen
Cruising for Murder - Susan Sussman
The Case of Cabin 13 - Sam McCarver
Death in a Deck Chair - K.K. Beck
To Davy Jones Below - Carola Davis
High Seas Murder - Shelly Freydont
Don”t Stop the Carnival
author – Janet Evanovich
You Belong to Me by: Mary Higgins Clark
The Gift by: Julie Garwood
Going Overboard by: Christina Skye
Separate Cabins by: Janet Daily
Princess Charming by: Jane Hellar
Skipping Christmas by John Grisham
Nora Roberts (Sanctuary, The Villa, The Reef, Homeport, etc.),
Mr. Perfect by Linda Howard.
Tropical Getaway by Roxanne St. Claire
I have not read all of these personally, but I made a similar post a couple of years ago and this list resulted. I have read some and have really enjoyed them.
I also love to read on sea days. Here are a few of my favorite "cruise reads."
I like light, frothy reading while I'm on vacation. The book I always pack for a cruise is "How Stella Got Her Groove Back" by Terry McMillan. I love the tropical setting and laid-back writing style.
Then there's "If I Were Not Upon The Sea" by Joyce Adamidis. She's an American who is the wife of the captain of the Celebrity Millennium. A little personal at times, but it gives you an interesting view into behind-the-scenes life on a cruise ship. I bought it on board the Millennium, but I think you can get it at her website.
And of course, one would be amiss without mentioning "Cruise Control" by a certain Pam Kane. It's a good thing I'm not cruising soon, because I lent my copy to my future mother-in-law a few months ago and it hasn't been returned yet.
Land Cruise, Britain and Belgium
Now posting as MichelleP.
The funniest book ever written - "Naked" by David Sedaris
Extremely interesting and funny - "A Confederacy of Dunces" by John Kennedy Toole
Wonderful - "Everything is Illuminated" by Jonathan Safran Foer
Exciting and fascinating - "The Perfect Storm" by Sebastian Junger
Just read skipping Christmas, definitely helped me cool off in this heat, picturing all of that snow! Was a cute book, I reccommend it for all of those people out there who would agree that Christmas is wayyyyyy too commercialized. I enjoyed it! Thanks to whoever recommended it.