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Books set in location – great reading for your travels

Books set in location offer great travel reading. TripFiction was created to make it easy to match a location with a book, and thanks to our searchable database you can find a book relevant to any trip. A resource for both actual and armchair travellers.

TripFiction features novels, travelogues and memoirs set in over 1,500 countries, regions, and cities from around the world – so your destination is almost bound to be covered.

When you are planning your travel reading, don’t forget to research your location on TripFiction. You will find advice on the best books to read for wherever you want to go. TripFiction lets you see a location through an author’s eyes.

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  • Book: Emerald Coast
  • Location: Porto Cervo
  • Author: Anita Hughes

"In Sardinia, love is more important than wealth or fame…. The Costa Smeralda (Emerald Coast) on Sardinia is still a lure..."

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  • Book: Swallowtail Summer
  • Location: Norfolk Broads
  • Author: Erica James

"When Alistair Lucas was seven years old, he was sent to spend the summer with his aunt Cora at Linston End,..."

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  • Book: The Corpse at the Crystal Palace (Daisy Dalrymple #23)
  • Location: Crystal Palace
  • Author: Carola Dunn

"3.75* It is Spring 1928 and Daisy Dalrymple is looking after some young relatives. It is only a car ride away..."

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  • Book: A Modern Family
  • Location: Norway, Oslo
  • Author: Helga Flatland

"This is very much a contemporary story of family built around three generations. The opening is set in Rome and then..."

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  • Book: Something of his Art: Walking to Lübeck with J S Bach
  • Location: Germany
  • Author: Horatio Clare

"This area of Germany is not a natural draw for tourists and walkers (though there are many beautiful things to see)...."

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  • Book: Flowers Over the Inferno
  • Location: Italian Alps
  • Author: Ilaria Tuti

"“.. a rural inferno of primordial allure” Superintendant Teresa Battaglia is in (fictional) Travenì, in the Italian Alps, investigating the murder..."

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  • Book: The Venetian Masquerade
  • Location: Venice
  • Author: Philip Gwynne Jones

"The Venetian Masquerade is the third book in Philip Gwynne Jones’ Nathan Sunderland, Honorary Consul series. It is every bit as..."

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  • Book: The Chemical Detective
  • Location: Europe
  • Author: Fiona Erskine

"4.5* The Chemical Detective is a great debut thriller by Fiona Erskine – a talent to watch out for. It opens in..."

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  • Book: The Strawberry Thief
  • Location: Gers
  • Author: Joanne Harris

"It is 20 years since Chocolat by Joanne Harris was published (yes, really!)… and now comes a follow-up with Vianne Rocher,..."

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  • Book: Metropolis
  • Location: Berlin
  • Author: Philip Kerr

"Metropolis is very firmly set in the Weimar Republic of 1928 Berlin. The Great War is ten years past, and Hitler..."

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