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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…

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…

Fix the Roads

Alexander Haralson, the deranged star of Leonard Borman’s eccentric debut novel Our Jewish Robot Future, returns–only slightly more sane–in his new effort, Fix the Roads, as a retired accountant who wants to start a new career as a stand-up comedian. Read More…

Hassie Calhoun (A Las Vegas Novel of Innocence)

Lovely and talented Hassie Calhoun arrives in Las Vegas to make it as a singer. Her beauty immediately opens doors at the Sands Hotel, but that same beauty draws her into a dangerous relationship with her brooding lover, Jake, and attracts the attention of the powerful Frank Sinatra. Like the goddess Persephone, Hassie finds herself torn between the darkness and the light the two men offer. Read More…

Ollie’s Cloud

Two best friends begin unexpected adventures into the trials, tumult, and tragedies of adulthood. This sweeping tale of love, intrigue, betrayal, and great hope transports young Ali from a dusty Persian village into a dazzling western world that he never could have imagined. Read More…

Our Jewish Robot Future

Meet the Haralsons—retired, eccentric, always discontented. Margarita, the post-menopausal narrator, wants a baby, while her heroic husband Alex is obsessed with finding the missing 11th commandment. Perhaps conjured from their obsessions, arrives John Chapman, a Max Headroom type cyborg from the distant future, begging the Haralsons to save his race of Jewish robots from extinction. Read More…

The High Cost of Flowers

Rachel Kemper Kelsey was fourth on her parents’ emergency contact list so an evening phone call from their physician signals a major event.
Her mother Katherine, who rigidly controls family communications, usually avoids contact with her older daughter.  As the family crisis deepen, Katherine is declared a vulnerable adult and removed from the home. Read More…

The Man in the Mountain: Awakening

In this richly textured philosophical novel about regaining our highest purpose, Bikram Dhillon writes the story of Yosh, an orphan raised by a beloved grandfather. When his grandfather dies, the young man falls into a dangerous depression, even contemplating suicide, but before doing anything drastic he decides to learn more about a mysterious medallion found in his grandfather’s belongings. Read More…

The Shady Elders of Zion

Now dead, Ivan Kalinsky, the last surviving Bolshevik from the class of 1917, is ready to happily ascend to heaven when two pesky Hassidic ghosts blackmail him into a supernatural mission. Read More…

The Man Who Found His Moniker

THE UNNAMED MAN WALKS city streets, haunted by visions he doesn’t understand, tortured by a tragic past, seeking redemption despite questioning whether he deserves it. His visions imply that violence is coming, a horror that he must prevent from occurring. Yet, try as he might, he can’t quite grasp what that event might be. Read More…

Mothers Hurling Bricks

Bill Nemmers’ first novel, Crude, examined the political and financial absurdities of North Dakota’s recent oil drilling frenzy. This book, Mothers Hurling Bricks, examines a very different absurdity; the U.S. Army’s Cold War occupation of West Germany. Read More…