Briefly Noted

Vickie Fee
304 pages

"Together, Liv and Di follow a trail of sinister secrets in their sweet little town that leads them from drug smugglers to a Civil War battlefield, and just when they think they're whistling Dixie, Liv and Di will find themselves squarely in the crosshairs of the least likely killer of all. . ."

--From the publisher

Jeff Hardin
Aldrich Press
74 pages

"In Small Revolution Jeff Hardin is a day-to-day wizard, a shaman of moments. He praises those who converse with dragon flies, willows and people no longer here; those who are off “studying moss,/finger-nudging an ant,/shrugging at evidence,/believing/otherwise.” "

--Bill Brown, author of The News Inside and Elemental

Claudia Barnett
Carnegie Mellon
136 pages

‘I like the look of agony, because I know it’s true,’ says the murderous heroine of the new play No. 731 Degraw-street, Brooklyn. If you recognize that line as Emily Dickinson, then this Victorian-set, true-crime drama is for you.”

—Nelson Pressley, Washington Post

Roger Kreuz
The MIT Press
248 pages

"The book is helpful for the adult language student but also full of useful information that we can use in other learning situations."

--Cosmos Magazine

Even Stevens
Heritage Builders
250 pages

"Someday I’m Gonna Rent This Town! is a peek behind the musical curtain, written with humor and truth, revealing the struggles and glories of life as a hit songwriter"

--From the publisher

Charlene and Peanutt Montgomery
Heritage Builders
300 pages

"George Jones lived a storied life, but his career was not without controversies. This book reveals fascinating, intimate details about the life of George Jones that have never before been published. "

--From the publisher

Dewey Lambdin
Thomas Dunne Books
352 pages

“Check the log, shipmate: Dewey Lambdin has left Alexander Kent and C. S. Forester hull-down in an ocean of words and is closing on Patrick O’Brian as the most prolific historical novelist to celebrate a Royal Navy mariner during the age of sail."

--The Washington Post

Justin B. Bradford & Pete Weber
Arcadia Publishing
128 pages

"Author Justin Bradford details the fascinating history through unique player anecdotes and perspectives from those involved in the teams rise to prominence."

--From the publisher