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Best BookTrails of August 2022

  • Submitted: 31st July 2022

Best BookTrails of August 2022

August already? Well, in the reading world I like to be prepared so here is a breakdown of some of the best booktrails for the month of August. New books galore for your summer reading pleasure.

Best BookTrails of August 2022

 

Destinations this month:

Batavia – Don’t get seasick on the boat across!

 Devon – you are invited to a party. the last one mind you

Scottish highlands – another party if you missed the last one

Oxford – back to school to learn IT. Oh wait….

Molova – forbidden love

 

 

The Night Ship Jess KiddJump on a ship to….

BATAVIA

The Night Ship, Jess Kidd

1628. Embarking on a journey in search of her father, a young girl called Mayken boards the Batavia, the most impressive sea vessel of the age. During the long voyage,  she soon uncovers shadowy secrets above and below deck. Will the ship reach its destination and with all those onboad alive?

 

 

 

The Last Party Claire MackintoshParty time with Clare Mackintosh

DEVON, England

The Last Party, Clare Mackintosh

You go to a party but like the locals, you’re a bit hesitant. The man who has invited you is rich and is well known in the area for his parties and this house is going to be the place for the party to beat all parties. However, by the end of the night, the man is dead. The question seems to be not who killed him, but who didn’t want to see him dead?

 

 

 

The Party House Lin AndersonParty time with Lin Anderson

Scottish Highlands

The Party House by Lin Anderson

Devastated by a recent pandemic brought in by outsiders, the villagers of Blackrig in the Scottish Highlands are outraged when they find that the nearby estate plans to reopen its luxury ‘party house’ to tourists…..

Then there is a mysterious fire……What’s even more worrying is that a body is found. A girl went missing some five years ago. Could this be the start of something very dark indeed?

 

 

The IT Girl Ruth WareReturn to College with Ruth Ware

Oxford, England

The IT Girl by Ruth Ware

Returning to your school or university days might not be everyone’s cup of tea but this book should be! Oh the twists, the suspense and the sense of something very creepy indeed.

There’s a creepy caretaker, a party that goes wrong and some very catty and suspicious goings on in the student halls….

 

Set in stone

Set in Stone Stela BrinzeanuForbidden love in Moldova

Moldova

 by  Stela Brinzeanu 

 

In medieval Moldova, two women from opposing backgrounds fall in love.

But this is a world where a woman’s role is defined by religion and class. To make a life together means defying their families, the law, and the Church. The closer they become, and the more they refuse the roles assigned to them, the more sacrifices they have to make.

 

 

Some fine books to read this summer, don’t you agree?

Susan x

 

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