Something about Spring being around the corner always gives me the travel bug, maybe it’s the longer days or the balmy air? Whatever the reason, it happens every year like clockwork. Instead of booking several different plane tickets on a whim (slowly closes sixteen open tabs in Google), I decided to put together a few different books that give the feeling of traveling to a daring and exciting new place right from the comfort of a La-Z-Boy.
Fear Thy Neighbor by Fern Michaels
Set in a beautiful small town in Florida, Alison Marshall believes she’s finally found a welcoming community in Palmetto Island – but when she looks a little closer, she sees this stunning haven may have a darker deadly side.
The Lost Man by Jane Harper
Find yourself in Australia where three brothers were once farmers, neighbors, and friends. When one brother is discovered lifeless and alone in the suffocating heat of the outback, long hidden family secrets start to come to life.
The Spanish Daughter by Lorena Hughes
Cross the Atlantic from Spain to Ecuador with Puri to claim what’s rightfully hers – a cacao estate in Vinces. Against all odds Puri will continue her father’s life’s work and legacy no matter the cost.
Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer
Mount Everest is a destination not many can say they’ve been to, much less conquered. This non-fiction book details the Everest disaster of 1996, in which eight climbers lost their lives and everyone on the mountain that day was changed forever.
Murder at the Mena House by Erica Ruth Neubauer
A trip to Egypt in 1926, a murdered flapper and a whole cast of shady individuals make up a fascinating mystery that must be solved at all costs.