The third last book in the Grand Tour series is Venus (atleast for now). This is the story about Van Humphries, Martin Humphries son, and his trip to Venus, where he should recover this older brothers remains.

The surface of Venus is the most hellish place in the solar system. The ground is hot enough to melt aluminum. The air pressure is so high it has crushed spacecraft landers as though they were tin cans. The sky is perpetually covered with clouds of sulfuric acid. The atmosphere is a choking mixture of carbon dioxide and poisonous gases.
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Mars Life

 The next book in the Grand Tour series is Mars Life. It’s twenty years after the events in Return to Mars, and the fourth planet from the Sun belongs to the Navaho nation, so long as at least one member of the tribe resides there.

The New Morality sees the discoveries on Mars as a threat to their doctrine, not to mention their hegemony. And to fix this they tries to make the money for the mars foundation to dry up so that the exploration of mars is stopped.
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