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The Journal

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

In this philosophical mystery that exposes life’s hidden beauties and corruption, Ethan travels from London to Cambodia in a desperate attempt to locate his free-spirited sister, Charlotte, who has disappeared. He is unprepared for the... Read More

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Further Travels in My Eighties

by Melissa Wuske

Further Travels in my Eighties is an octogenarian’s documentation of seeing the world, sure to be both a treat and a challenge to travelers young and old. "Further Travels in My Eighties" by Dermot Hope-Simpson captures trips to some... Read More

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Big Yellow ТakcИ

by Susan Waggoner

Big Yellow TakcИ is enlightening and thoroughly entertaining, a travel book that makes you want to follow suit. Jaded tourists, weary business travelers, and armchair adventurers who think they’ve read it all, rejoice: Michael... Read More

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Secret New Orleans

by Matt Sutherland

Oh, the world is an interesting place—so much to see, to learn about, to take pleasure in. But, consider for a moment how a place earns its status as a tourist destination. Why did ABC historic village get listed in the travel books... Read More

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Off Trail

by Melissa Wuske

The text’s visual descriptions of the Colorado Rockies convey the beauty and gravity of nature. Jane Parnell’s Off Trail: Finding My Way Home in the Colorado Rockies is an inspiring memoir about surmounting challenges, including the... Read More

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