When death is on vacation
Deaths Excellent Vacation by Charlaine HarrisBecause everyone - and everything - needs a break from the routine, Charlaine Harris and Toni L. P. Kelner return with an all-new story collection of postcards from the edge of the paranormal world...
It really can be an endless summer - if youre immortal. Though a vampire would be ill-advised to take a cruise to Bermuda, the possibilities for getting away from it all - and maybe snacking on some unsuspecting tourist - are many...
Sookie Stackhouse and her vampire friend Pam take a weekend getaway to Mississippi in #1 New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harriss Two Blondes. And when they end up in a shady gentlemans club, to escape in one piece they need to do something that wasnt on their itinerary - something involving a stage, a pole, and very little clothing.
New York Times bestselling author Katie MacAlisters The Perils of Effrijim follow a demon whose vacation in Paris is disrupted when hes banished to another plane, thus kicking off a crazy dimension-hopping road trip across Europe.
Protecting an heiress from supernatural hit men isnt Cat and Boness idea of a relaxing vacation in New York Times bestselling author Jeaniene Frosts One for the Money, but it could get worse. And it does - when Cats mother shows up.
With ten more original tales, editors Harris and Kelner bring together a stellar collection of tour guides who offer vacations frightening, funny, and touching - for the fanged, the furry, the demonic, and the grotesque.
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When Death Is On Vacation
Shortly after I started freelancing for a safari tour operator, I seized the opportunity and asked my husband if we should go to South Africa next summer. His answer? The first person I told was my Mom since we both shared a love of animals. In fact, she was preparing to go on her own dream vacation: six weeks in Australia and New Zealand. Two weeks after I booked my flight, my Mom told me that she had a tumor near the optic nerve of her left eye. She got approvals from two doctors to go on her trip before the surgery.
I understand their fears. As a macroeconomist I travel frequently to understand global trends. I crunched the numbers on US fatalities abroad, and what I found might surprise you. In , over 56 million US citizens got on board a plane for a trip to an international destination. The average person leaving the US by air spends slightly more than 17 nights outside the US, based on data. Multiplying trips by time means almost 3 million citizens are taking a trip abroad on any given day. Yet these figures underestimate how many Americans actually travel abroad, since some people leave the US on boat trips or even drive to Canada or Mexico.