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Marilyn Meredith Announces Release of Newest Tempe Crabtree Mystery
Deputy Tempe Crabtree is the resident deputy of the mountain community of Bear Creek and its nearby surroundings in the Southern Sierra.
A horrific snowstorm traps Tempe and her husband in the lodge of a summer camp along with the caretakers and seven most unpleasant people--one becomes a murder victim.
And to complicate matters, the ghost of a former camper makes contact with Tempe.
Dr. Charles N. Toftoy Announces Third Psychological Thriller is in the works
When it comes to Chuck Toftoy, nothing slows him down. When he's not visiting local nursing homes with his therapy Yorkie, Zoe, or running in the Senior Olympics (and winning), he's working on yet another in his "EYES" series of thrillers. Reverse Pursuit has a unique twist when the serial killer goes after the Alpha Team, one by one. The Alpha Team is a group who usually helps track down the serial killer. "But not this time," states Toftoy.
Multi-Genre Pastor Releases Book of Devotions
Rev. Paul Zimmer is full of surprises when writing his books. From a "very real" trilogy memoir, depicting his troubled path leading him to his true calling, to a truck driver accused of murder, and now his latest release, a book of devotions
Roland Hughes releases Lesedi: The Greatest Lie Ever Told
This book is both standalone and the middle work of the “Earth That Was” trilogy. “Infinite Exposure” and “John Smith - Last Known Survivor of the Microsoft Wars” are the beginning and end. It was written in response to fans wanting a bit more of “the story in between.”
What Really Happened When The Susan Ruth Was Shot Down In WWII
Author Steve Snyder’s father, Howard Snyder, was a B-17 pilot stationed in England during World War II. On February 8, 1944, his plane, the B-17 Susan Ruth, was Shot Down over the French/Belgium border after a mission to bomb Frankfurt, Germany.
SHOT DOWN tells the true story of events leading up to and after that harrowing day. Of the ten-man crew, some died, some ended up in prison camps, and some evaded capture. What makes this book unique is the varied, detailed, and amazing story of what happened to each crewmember, in particular Howard Snyder who evaded capture and was missing in action for seven months.
Wellesley-Weston Magazine Features Author Dick Pirozzolo of 'Escape from Saigon - a Novel'<< 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 >>
'Escape from Saigon - a Novel' adds to the spate of new novels such as 'The Sympathizer' and Ken Burns PBS special on the Vietnam War. 'More Americans are turning to the Vietnam War to get a perspective on U.S. entanglements overseas, especially with the war in Afghanistan entering its 13th year and talk of sending more American troops there,' said Dick Pirozzolo who coauthored 'Escape from Saigon' with Michael Morris.