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Lost Boys of Hannibal

In 1967, the largest cave search in US history unfolded in historic Hannibal, Missouri, the boyhood home of author Mark Twain. Three modern day Tom Sawyers, with no caving expertise but an abundance of bravado, made Hannibal ground zero for a terrifying calamity that would leave its traumatic mark for half a century. Read More…

Hanging the Mirror

Just as people don’t need another book on the health benefits of increasing exercise and eating more vegetables, leaders don’t need another book on good management practices. What’s missing is an exploration of the links between knowledge about leadership principles and the personal values and attitudes that underlie them. Read More…

Confucius in My Cubicle

While the world has changed significantly since Confucius lived over 2500 years ago, his teaching still resonates, especially about what it means to be a good leader and how to be human – and humane – with one another. This collection of essays and stories weaves Confucius’s philosophy into modern leadership ideas. Read More…

Back Time On Love City

The moment you step onto ‘Love City’ you smile. All your senses tell you that you’ve arrived somewhere special, a place that both exemplifies and defies simple laws of nature, with one important law that everybody knows—there are no laws. Read More…

Dorie LaValle

Born on the first day of 1900, Dorie finds herself at odds with the world and out of options. Married to Louie LaValle, a local man with an inherited farm but not the talent or stamina to run it, Dorie is anchored in poverty, childless and tied to someone she doesn’t love.
Prohibition and desperation inspire her to make and sell moonshine to the men in town. Read More…

Death’s Door

Dealing with death is never easy, especially when it’s murder—especially for Chicago P.I. Spencer Manning when he can’t directly help. As a distraction, he heads to Green Bay, Wisconsin, on a case involving some perplexing letters… or so he thinks. Read More…

Mysterious Minnesota

Are you ready to experience Fort Snelling’s resident spirits, Wabasha Street Caves’ ghostly gangsters, Native American warriors, and the restless souls of criminals and murder victims? Join ghost hunter and historian Adrian Lee, along with his elite team of paranormal investigators, on a compelling tour of the most haunted historic places. Read More…

Rise of the Spring Tide

In 1603, a shepherd named Brigu places three strange orphans (Sagar, Faria and Shikha) with a religious congregation traveling to the New World. Among the congregation is a fire-haired young woman named Abigail with powers beyond the ordinary. Abigail’s care has been entrusted to Faria and Shikha, while Sagar has been instructed to ensure that the colony survives in this harsh land. Read More…

House of Large Sizes

Once in a while a novel comes along that is very different. House of Large Sizes is such a novel. A dysfunctional, sexually addicted and inauthentic little family finds its failings coming to a head when one member decides to deal with his pain directly and heads to New Orleans for an unsanctioned sex change. Read More…

Mark Of An Eagle

This book is about how you will leave your mark on the world. It is about discovering the purpose for which you were created, and how to fulfill that purpose. It is about the vision you have for your life, and how to bring that vision into reality.
It is about building relationships that are rich and enduring. It is about the courage to rise above adversity in the pursuit of your dreams. Read More…

The Adversity Advantage

BASED ON A UNIQUE FIVE-YEAR STUDY of over 300 high- achieving men and women, The Adversity Advantage, uncovers how common and impactful childhood problems are for both sexes. Real and inspiring stories, insights and techniques for overcoming childhood misfortune, workplace benefits to hard-earned survival skills, and pivotal career decisions are described. Read More…

A Beirut Heart

This disturbing and yet beautiful memoir, written by a courageous housewife, places us inside something we seldom think about – domestic survival during civil war. A Beirut Heart imposes upon the reader a haunting metaphor about how the tragic destruction of a great city can be paralleled in the psyche of even the most resilient of its inhabitants. Read More…