Tour Guide Cozy Mysteries… Mystery Books that Involve Travel:
What better time to travel than in the summer months? Well, that is true if you have children in school… My guess is that most empty-nesters or people who have opted from having children would rather travel during the times when school is in session… making places of interest a whole lot more accessible and less crowded. Either way, you can take along a cozy mystery which features travelling as a central theme:
Peter Abresch: James P. Dandy Elderhostel Mystery Series
Taffy Cannon: The first novel in the Roxanne Prescott Mystery Series features a tour guide for a very first-class tour business.
Lynne E. Chandler: Mrs. Baul Investigates: Bishop Kidnapped in Egypt
Hy Conrad: Conrad writes the Abel Adventures Mystery Series which revolves around mystery-solving tours.
William Doonan: The Henry Graves Mystery Series features an octogenarian who works on a cruise ship as a senior investigator.
Sue Henry: The Maxi & Stretch Mystery Series features a 60s something RV traveler who sleuths across the country with the help of her Mini Dachshund.
Maddy Hunter: The Passport to Peril Mystery Series features a tour guide who travels with her senior citizen group… who prove that there is such a thing as being “young at heart”.
Anna Loan-Wilsey: The Hattie Davish “Have Typewriter Will Travel” Mystery Series features a traveling secretary/typist in the late 19th century. Hattie travels to different locales in the USA.
Marie Moore: The Sydney March Mystery Series has, as its sleuth, a woman who takes vacationing groups on tours.
Emily Toll: Are you Booked for Travel?… as in the Booked for Travel Mystery Series which features a widowed tour guide with a penchant for sleuthing.
Livia J. Washburn: The Literary Tour Mystery Series… With tours that are based on literary works, “plots” (as in the type you find in cemeteries!) are sometimes on the agenda.
Aaron Marc Stein: The Bombing Run
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