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Ten Years and Change

Michael P. Amram grew up during the Vietnam war and vividly remembers the political atmosphere of the period. The country convulsed repeatedly, spewing out new prototypes for democracy each time. Amid the assassinations and riots, one group challenged the hawkish path that the Johnson-Humphrey administration chose to follow.
What the McCarthy Democrats did was quixotically rare in politics. Read More…

Mintwood Place

Bob Gilbert’s novel Mintwood Place is a delightfully fresh version of the noir tradition, offering the reader a contemporary Cassablanca in Washington D.C. The book’s narrator, Renaissance man Joe Green, has plenty to say about love, politics and the male psyche in this page-turning romantic suspense. Read More…

Missing Boy

In this 4th installment of the Spencer Manning Mystery series, a 16-year-old amusement park worker fails to come home from work and Spencer sets out to track him down. Read More…

Sinners Choice

Small towns like Oakton hide their secrets well, so carefully in fact that even an evil beast can hide in plain sight. When it shows its fangs, it is to terrorize the most innocent among the population. The beast’s victim, the beautiful and strangely innocent Kate Adams, has fallen in love with a handsome Israeli visitor; the beast thought she was in love with the local priest. Read More…

Now That I’m Here, What Should I Be Doing?

Do you wonder about the purpose of life?  The authors of this book survey the scriptures of the world’s major religions and identify surprising answers about God’s purpose for you. Read More…

Peace for Our Planet: A New Approach

Peace for Our Planet: A New Approach tells the story of a new historical dialectic in the world between two parallel processes—construction and destruction. The author proposes that a constructive global collective consciousness emerged in the nineteenth century, and humanity has since progressed toward the achievement of a more just and peaceful world. Read More…

One Split Second

Our addiction to cell phones has made distracted driving a national epidemic. State patrol officers who deal with crashes every day see the phone as the new “open bottle” in the car that makes drivers impaired and dangerous. Add phones and other devices to the many types of distraction we already face—from tuning the radio to drinking coffee behind the wheel—and we have a crisis. 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…

Wishbinder

Wishbinder transports us from earth to Elvenswolde, a magical realm of elves and dragons, where the business of wish fulfillment is overseen by the Wish Maker, Ramón. However, a dark power has risen, seeking to overturn the existing order and weave malice into the intricate balance of enchantments. Read More…

Saving Sam

One of the world’s leading heart doctors tells the inside story of American heart disease that every medical professional and healthcare consumer must know. Read More…

Seeing the Extraordinary in the Ordinary

Inspirational stories about seeing the Divine in everyday life.
Seeing the Extraordinary in the Ordinary: Lessons in Hope and Healing is a compilation of personal stories from everyday moments in which the Divine enters and brings complete strangers together to help one another experience something greater than their individual selves. Read More…

Smoke Got in My Eyes

Martin McDonough is a private detective whose investigations are usually successful because he knows how to get the low-down from his copper friends—a formula that works for a long time, but not forever. This noir mystery novel follows him from 1930s St. Read More…