RAVEN’S REDEMPTION by John Trudel — a cybertech paranormal thriller

By |April 25th, 2016|

Those who read "Raven’s Run" will want to read this riveting sequel, but those who are new to Trudel’s work will enjoy it on its own if they are a fan of political intrigue, firearms technology, and global thrillers.

LEARNING TO WALTZ by Kerryn Reid, a stunning and refreshing novel in the Regency genre

By |April 23rd, 2016|

This well-researched and beautifully written Regency romance will appeal to anyone who has ever loved and (almost) lost.

HOME ON THE WAVES: A Pacific Sailing Adventure by Patrick Hill

By |April 21st, 2016|

A story set in the 1970’s that provides remarkable insight into the lives of a family exploring the open ocean and discovering new cultures and people.

HOT WORK in FRY PAN GULCH (Honey Beaulieu – Man Hunter) Book One by Jacquie Rogers – Take a ride to the Old West

By |April 19th, 2016|

Smart and sassy Deputy Honey Beaulieu straps on her “Peacemakers” and takes the reader on a hilarious ride through the old West’s rough-and-tumble Wyoming Territory.

GHOSTS OF MATEGUAS by Linda Watkins, haunting American Gothic

By |April 13th, 2016|

This spellbinding dark and suspenseful novel will captivate Gothic fans and keep thriller addicts on the edge of their seats.

WAIT FOR ME by Janet K. Shawgo – WWII Historical Romance

By |April 10th, 2016|

The often-unknown role of women in wartime as travel nurses and pilots, as well as the use of herbs for natural healing, add interesting and relative historical content to this engaging American saga.

THE CLOUD SEEDERS by James Zerndt, a dystopian-future novel

By |April 8th, 2016|

A gripping dystopian-future novel that leaves us questioning just how far are we from a future of environmental chaos, and how blurred the line can be between fiction and reality.

SHAKESPEARE’S CHANGELING by Syril Levin Kline — the Shakespeare Debate

By |April 7th, 2016|

Who really wrote Shakespeare’s plays? ---an intriguing historical novel that suggests an alternative truth about the renown playwright. It is a compelling tale set in times of war, rebellion, and Elizabethan court intrigues.

THE THINGS I LEARNED IN COLLEGE by Sean-Michael Green, a humorous reflection the college experience

By |April 6th, 2016|

An enlightening journey through the Ivy League to discover that there is so much more about life on campus to think about than what can be found in the college guides or the university websites.

TIMBER ROSE by J. L. Oakley – 1900s historical fiction in the PNW

By |April 4th, 2016|

Set at a time when the old ways were yielding to the industrial age, "Timber Rose" is a timeless love story with heart as big as the mountains of the great Pacific Northwest.