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TheBookTrail roundup of Travels via books in November

  • Submitted: 29th November 2019

BookTrail Travels with books in November

There were some fine journeys with books this month! Whoah! Where did I go? There was a visit to a desert and a very scary train journey that makes me not want to go on a train for a while at least!

Some fine books this November.

Booktrail travels in november

First of all…

Over to Baghdad for a very interesting tale

Baghdad – The Daughter of Tigris

I haven’t been to Baghdad much in books so to go here and see a unique side to the country was interesting. You get to see the human side as well as the effects of the war and it’s powerful stuff…

Novel set in Baghad - Daughter of the Tigris by Muhsin Al-Ramli


Off to Yorkshire…

…where the Bronte sisters branch out into becoming detectives

Mystery set in Bronte Country – The Vanished Bride by Bella Ellis

I am a HUGE fans of the Bronte sisters so when I heard about this, a novel about how they could have become private detectives in real life….well I was excited to say the least. It doesn’t disappoint!

Mystery set in Bronte Country - The Vanished Bride by Bella Ellis


Wartime drama in France

Guardian of Lies, Kate Furnivall

Always a good journey with Kate but this one takes you to the south of France during wartime and there are some very interesting threads of intrigue here! Fascinating to learn about a new side of the wwar.

Histfic set in France - Guardian of Lies, Kate Furnivall


On a train ride across Asia!

TRANS-SIBERIAN EXPRESS – Violet by Susi Holliday

This came out and immediately got s some thrills and spills on this train ride! Two backpackers who have just met go on the Transsiberian train from China across Asia….only they won’t have much time to appreciate the scenery. It’s the danger on the train they should be watching out for!

Thriller set on the Trans-Siberian Express - Violet by SJI Holliday


These were the top four journeys via books for me in November. Hope you get the bug to taste some bookish adventures too!

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