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The Spencer Manning Mysteries (Boxed Set)

These four Spencer Manning Mysteries were recently written but set in the late 1970s and early 80s. Spencer Manning is a likable, nice-guy Chicago P.I. in the mold of his namesake from the Robert Parker detective series “Spenser”. Read More…

The Syrian

Nadia, a woman who has waited thirteen years for a husband who was “disappeared,” finally decides to declare him dead so she can marry an American physician, Andrew Sullivan. On the eve of her engagement party, her best friend Sonia, a well-connected war correspondent, rings to tell her that her husband may still be alive in a Syrian prison. Read More…

Tragedy in South Lebanon: The Israeli-Hezbollah War of 2006

Cathy Sultan combines vital history and vivid personal interviews to relate the lives of the oft-ignored civilians of southern Lebanon and northern Israel during the July war of 2006 and its aftermath. She documents how thousands of area residents have been victimized by the hawkish, shortsighted policy decisions of Israel, Lebanon and the United States. Read More…

Boundaries Without: Calumet Editions 2017 Anthology of Speculative Fiction

Edited by Cynthia Kraack and Steve McEllistrem
A collection of stories by award-winning and best-selling authors like Lyda Morehouse (“Every Thing in Its Place”), Cynthia Kraack (“Refugee in Paris”) and Nancy Holder (“Shift”), Boundaries Without takes you on a journey to strange places, odd characters and unsettled times. Read More…

Zandros in Love

Sam Zandros is a major-league poker player—part of a large Greek-American family that runs a bookmaking business. And he’s fallen in love with Clare Russell, a beautiful photographer who has no one to look out for her. Sam decides to be that one. Read More…

Zandros Rising

Love should be easy. Clare seems to have everything going for her with a man who loves her and has the money to let her live without worry and pursue her art. But her hope for a future is tied to a past that haunts her dreams and the present reality of marrying into a family business that is not exactly legal. Read More…

Zero God

A secretive and influential foundation based in Washington D.C., led by a charismatic charlatan, seeks to bring to fruition an apocalyptic vision of the future based on its extreme religious views. To this end they have placed a Manchurian candidate into the political system, one who unbeknownst to them was involved in the rape culture of the Abu Ghraib prison controversy. Read More…