Gone Away, by Hazel Holt

Gone Away by Hazel Holt

Gone Away, by Hazel Holt Everyone knows that impertinent Lee Montgomery is marrying Charles Richardson for his money. After Lee vanishes, Charles’ friends breathe a sigh of relief. But Charles loves his pretty fiancée and is determined to get her back. He enlists the talents of Mrs. Sheila Malory, whose pastimes include reading nineteenth-century novels…

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Mrs. Malory is Back on the Case

Coffeetown Press is proud to reissue the first four novels of Hazel Holt’s Mrs. Malory mysteries, a classic “cozy” series based in the fictional English town of Taviscomb featuring a forthright, middle-aged female detective who has a lot in common with the delightful Hazel Holt herself. Your biography mentions that you were a television reviewer.…

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Thank you, Mr. Salinger, by Peter Beidler

Thank you, Mr. Salinger The death of J. D. Salinger left me feeling that I had lost a boyhood friend. Salinger himself was never a personal friend of mine, but his creation Holden Caulfield was. Holden was one of the very few who understood my young self, who shared my amusement in the sound of…

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Queen of Cities, by Andrew Novo

Queen of Cities by Andrew Novo

Queen of Cities (318 pages) is a historical fiction novel by Andrew Novo. 1453: An army is marching. The Turkish sultan Mehmed has declared war on Constantinople. This is an age of armored heroes and high-walled cities, of Machiavellian mistresses and scheming politicians, of religious conflict and the clash of empires. The stone, silk and steel…

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Darkness Never Far, by Matthew Freeman

Darkness Never Far by Matthew Freeman

Coffeetown Press is proud to release Darkness Never Far, the latest volume of poetry by Matthew Freeman. Matthew Freeman has been a poet since he was a teenager in Dogtown, St. Louis. Since then he has fallen in love, travelled the country, and sung his songs. Diagnosed with Schizophrenia at the age of 24, he…

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Natural Therapies for Parkinson’s Disease, by Dr. Laurie K. Mischley

Natural Therapies for Parkinson's Disease, by Laurie Mischley

Coffeetown Press is proud to announce the publication of Natural Therapies for Parkinson’s Disease, by Dr. Laurie Mischley (174 pages). “Natural Therapies for Parkinson’s Disease is an ideal handbook for anyone dealing with PD. From a clinician’s standpoint, Mischley’s book serves as a quick reference of relevant research that is comprehensive and well-organized, balancing technical…

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My Dear Charlotte, by Hazel Holt

My Dear Charlotte by Hazel Holt

My Dear Charlotte, by Hazel Holt My Dear Charlotte is a British Regency mystery set in the early 1800s and infused throughout with the actual language of Jane Austen, one of the world’s great stylists and comic writers. Hazel Holt has published 19 Mrs. Malory mysteries in the tradition of Barbara Pym and has admirers…

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