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Best Book(Trails) out in March

  • Submitted: 25th February 2022

Best Booktrails out in March

Can you believe it’s almost March already? This is scary. I’ve already seen Easter Eggs in the shops but to be fair, they were there just after Christmas! Time is speeding away it seems. The only good thing about this is that there are some great new books coming out in March. Time should slow down so we can read more, but make sure you read at least one or two of these!

Best Booktrails out in March

Destinations this month:

1750s Paris with The Clockwork  Girl – Anna Mazzola

Modern day Paris with Lucy Foley in The Paris Appartment

England  and a cookery tour with Anabel Abbs

1938’s China in Peach Blossom Spring by Melissa Fu

Norway with Reptile Memoirs by Silje Ulstein

A very remote island with Tom Watson

Vienna with The Flames by Sophia Haycock


The Clockwork Girl Anna Mazzola

The Clockwork Girl by Anna Mazzola

Magical and spellbinding. This is beautifully  written and captures the spirit and mystery of the city very well. Take yourself back to 1750s Paris with the magic of clockmakers and a city that is as dangerous as it is exciting.


The Paris Apartment Lucy Foley

The Paris Apoartment by Lucy Foley

Staying in Paris but travellign forward in time to the present day, this book is set largely in and around one apartment in the city. Someone goes missing. A sister comes looking. However it’s the neighbours in the apartment block you have to watch out for. Compelling and gives a great overview of the city through the eyes of a foreign resident and someone looking for them who is also from abroad in a  strange city.

Language of Food Annabel Abbs

The Language of Food by Annabel Abbs

Inspired by the true story of a woman who was behind the cookery/recipe book as we know it today. This book should really come with cakes and all nature of baked goods as you will be hungry reading it. Inspired by a true story is always fascinating!

Peach Blossom Spring Melissa Fu

Peach Blossom Spring by Melissa Fu

An epic story of China told through the eyes of one family. That cover is gorgeous and the story is compelling, personal and very immersive.  It is 1938 and the Japanese are advancing. A young mother, Meilin, is forced to flee her burning city with her four-year-old son, Renshu, and embark on an epic journey across China….

Reptile Memories Silje Ulstein

Reptile with Silje Ulstein

This is an atmospheric novel set in a small Norwegian village. The themes are new beginnings, water, new life, snakes and shedding skins.

Metronome Tom Watson

Metronome by Tom Watson

Discover the fictional Scottish Island of Long Island Croft….this is a an island somewhere in Scotland .For twelve years Aina and Whitney have been in exile on an island for a crime they committed together, tethered to a croft by pills they must take for survival every eight hours. What a story!

Wherever you decide to literary travel, happy reading!

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