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Let These Bones Live Again, by David Carlson: Investigating Murder and Theft in Venice

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Let These Bones Live Again ($14.95, 190 pages, 6×9 Trade Paperback, ISBN: 978-1-60381-393-8) by David Carlson is a mystery / thriller, and the third book in the Christopher Worthy / Father Fortis Mystery Series. Allyson Worthy and her renowned detective father, Christopher Worthy, investigate the apparent suicides of two wealthy Americans in Venice. Meanwhile, Father Nicholas […]

Where Privacy Dies, by Priscilla Paton: Deadly Secrets Come to Light

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Where Privacy Dies ($15.95, 252 pages, 6×9 Trade paperback, ISBN: 978-1-60381-665-6), is the first book in a cozy mystery series by Priscilla Paton. When the photo of a little girl is found on an executive’s corpse, Detective Erik Jansson and his new partner, Detective Deb Metzger, delve into a world of lying informants and deadly […]

Criminal Misdeeds, by Randee Green: A Detective Investigates her Checkered Family

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Criminal Misdeeds ($15.95, 280 pages, 6×9 Trade Paperback, ISBN: 978-1-60381-709-7) is the first book in a mystery series by Randee Green. When Detective Carrie Shatner finds a dead body after her family’s get-together, it’s up to her to prove that none of her criminally inclined relatives are the killer.

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The Dutton Girl, by Stan Freeman: A 1915 Detective Uncovers New York City Secrets

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The Dutton Girl ($16.95, 304 pages, 6×9 Trade paperback, ISBN: 978-1-60681-766-0), is a cozy mystery by Stan Freeman. In winter of 1915, John Nolan is learning the ropes as a detective, underpaid and missing his fiancee in Ireland. His status improves when a rich man hires him to investigate the kidnapping of his daughter and the […]

The Songs We Hide: Music Brings Hope in Post-War Hungary

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The Songs We Hide ($16.95, 356 pages, 6×9 Trade Paperback, ISBN: 978-1-60381-631-1), is a work of historical fiction by Connie Hampton Connally. In communist Hungary, a peasant loses his land, a young mother loses her baby’s father, and both are scared into silence—until music brings them together to face the agonizing tests ahead.

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Muir Woods Or Bust, by Ian Woollen: A Madcap Cross-Country Quest

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Muir Woods Or Bust ($14.95, 216 pages, ISBN: 978-1-60381-597-0) is a work of literary fiction and social satire by Ian Woollen. In a near future plagued by global weather weirding, a psychologist is forced by a manic actor to travel from Bloomington, Indiana, to California for the sake of an audition.

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The Sinking of the Angie Piper, by Chris Riley: Turmoil Aboard a Crab-fishing Vessel in Alaska

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The Sinking of the Angie Piper ($14.95, 240 pp, 5×8 Trade Paperback ISBN: 978-1-60381-389-1), is Chris Riley’s debut novel. The audiobook was produced by Blackstone Audio. A commercial fisherman learns about compassion and courage from his slow-witted best friend as the two men fight for their lives during a major storm at sea.

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Thursday, 1:17 p.m., by Michael Landweber: Surviving a Frozen World

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Thursday, 1:17 p.m. ($13.95, 208 pp, 5×8 Trade Paperback ISBN: 978-1-60381-357-0) is Michael Landweber’s second work of fiction. After the death of his mother, seventeen-year-old Duck finds that he is the only moving being in a world where all other life forms appear to be in suspended animation, raindrops hang in the air, and only […]

Dash in the Blue Pacific, by Cole Alpaugh: A Guy from Vermont Versus a Volcano

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A guy from Vermont crashes in a tropical paradise ruled by angry gods. It’s a long way home.

Dash in the Blue Pacific (5×8 Trade Paperback ISBN: 978-1-60381-252-8, 256 pp., $14.95) is Cole Alpaugh’s fourth novel. A lone survivor of a plane crash in the South Pacific is held captive by a tribe of shabby natives. […]