Crazy Rhythm: A Gunnar Nilson Series by T.W. Emory

In “logs to luxury” Broadmoor, the “old” money wasn’t really so old. Crazy Rhythm (256 pages) is the second mystery by T.W. Emory set in 1950s Seattle and featuring PI Gunnar Nilson. While searching for the killer of a small-time hustler, Gunnar is hired to investigate a series of menacing phone calls made to a…

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Trouble in Rooster Paradise by T.W. Emory

Seattle, 1950. When men were men, thanks to WWII, and fine dining meant a steak at Canlis. Trouble in Rooster Paradise (256 pages) is a work of mystery/suspense by debut author T.W. Emory. While investigating the death of a high-end shop girl, a lone private eye comes up against some deadly and powerful local characters.…

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Chef Interrupted

** Winner of an International Jury Prestige Award, Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2016 ** Chef Interrupted: Discovering Life’s Second Course in Ireland with Multiple Sclerosis (288 pages), a memoir, is the first published book by former Seattle Chef and popular MS Blogger, Trevis L. Gleason. After being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, Gleason follows his dreams…

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One Gay American by Dennis Milam Bensie

One Gay American (242 pages), is a memoir by theatrical wigmaker Dennis Milam Bensie about growing up gay in small-town America. One Gay American was a finalist in the 2013 Indie Excellence Awards and 2013 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. The Advocate voted Bensie’s first memoir, Shorn: Toys to Men, “One of the Best Overlooked…

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