“Do I have to dress up?” I asked Bonnie. “No,” she said. “OK,” I said, “I’m in.”

I’VE NEVER WANTED TO take a cruise. I’ve stayed in enough hotels that I have no ambition to stay on one that floats, too, and I lived on a fish tender for five years off and on when I was a kid, so the romance of the sea is lost on me. I also don’t have enough formal wear to see me through two weeks’ worth of fancy dress dinners, and I refuse to get into pantyhose more than once a year anyway. So when Bonnie Berg Maclaird of World Explorer Cruises had the brilliant idea of having a mystery writers’ cruise with me, John Straley, Sue Henry and Father Brad Reynolds, my first reaction was not only no, but hell no.

Dana Stabenow. Alaska Traveler (Kindle Locations 1844-1848). Gere Donovan Press.

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