A novel, short story, and memoir to fuel your wanderlust!
Swearing alert: These backpacker-oriented travel thrillers are NOT cozy mysteries, and would most likely be rated PG-13 if ever filmed due to the swearing, as well as references to sex and drug use. 🙂
Down and Out in Kathmandu: A Backpacker Mystery
Perfect for lovers of travel, crime fiction, and (mis)adventures…
“Better than anything else I’ve read lately, this one was a joy to come back to daily.” – Amazon VINE VOICE review
Holiday Gone Wrong: A Short Travel Thriller
Zelda Richardson is back on the road – destination Panama and Costa Rica. On her agenda: learning to scuba dive, exploring rainforests, and climbing a volcano. Not on her to-do list: capturing the attention of a drug dealer, buying illegal artifacts at a local market, or becoming the target of a tourism scam. Will she ever be able to go on holiday without it turning into an international incident?
“Every time I read a Zelda novel I get an incredible urge to travel! The author does a fantastic job with setting and making you feel as if you were there. This short Zelda adventure is a perfect ‘amuse-bouche,’ giving the reader a glimpse of author’s knack for story-telling.” – author Tempeste Blake
Download the eBook now from Amazon.
Notes of a Naive Traveler: Nepal and Thailand Travelogue (non-fiction)
A must-read for those interested in learning more about – or wishing to travel to – Nepal and Thailand.
Part guidebook on culture and travel, part journey of self-discovery, this travelogue takes you on a backpacking adventure through Nepal and Thailand and provides a firsthand account of one volunteer’s experience teaching in a Nepali school and living with a devout Brahmin family.
“I recommend it for anyone thinking about taking a trip … anywhere.” – author Rebecca Carter