♦ Lou Berney’s ‘November Road’ Never Fails to Entertain [REVIEW]

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Two people on the run discover unexpected possibilities in Lou Berney’s November Road. (Photo by Thomas Hawk, Flickr)

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He wants sanctuary. She wants freedom. When a gangster meets a housewife in Lou Berney’s new novel, November Road, two disparate people are thrown together in a cross-country road trip in the pursuit of something more.
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‘America for Beginners’ Should Be Required Reading for Everyone [REVIEW]

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A classic road trip becomes more than just a journey across the country in Leah Franqui’s America for Beginners. (Photo by Pok Rie on Pexels.com)

Soon after her husband’s death, and much to everyone’s dismay, a woman does the unthinkable: she leaves her homeland behind and travels to the United States to discover the truth regarding questions her deceased spouse would never answer. But will she like the answers she receives? Find out in Leah Franqui’s debut novel, America for Beginners.
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Road Trips Get Deadly in John Sandford’s ‘Gathering Prey’ [REVIEW]

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Always on the road, the Travelers have no idea they’ve become a moving target in John Sandford’s Gathering Prey.
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Remember the old days when the family happily loaded up the RV and hit the open road, determined to see everything the country had to offer, from gorgeous national parks to kitschy Americana? Travel used to be fun… at least until John Sandford sank his teeth into it. With the arrival of Gathering Prey, readers may never want to leave their homes ever again! Read more of this post