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A mystery set in an urban boating community in Seattle. Bryn Baczek lives on a sailboat in a small marina with her cat, Macavity, and a series of short-lived goldfish. When a neighbor she doesn’t like becomes the prime suspect in a murder investigation, she reluctantly seeks evidence to prove him innocent. She ends up being threatened by the victim’s abusive boyfriend, betrayed by a close friend, and can’t resist using subterfuge to enter a secured building to search the victim’s office. Although Bryn shares what she learns with a charming detective whose manicured mustache she finds off-putting, she is one step ahead of the police in identifying the murderer . . . a step that puts her in a dangerous face-to-face confrontation..  

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Suicide Shot: A Michael Callaway Adventure Book 3

Doug Giacobbe

  • Trying to rebuild a shattered life is very difficult and sometimes requires tremendous change. For Michael Callaway it means taking a long boat ride from his usual comfort zone in South Florida and the Bahamas, to the wild wilderness of Alaska. His close circle of friends has withered down to one after the murders of his fiancée, his former partner in the Customs Service, and the Miami District Director of the DEA. His plans to relax and hang out with his last friend, Navy Commander David Eldridge, go awry from the moment he reaches the Gulf of Alaska. He will get involved with a Russian cargo ship captain who becomes a sinister force in Callaway’s life. He will have to use all his cunning to figure out what the ship captain is up to. Will he have to stop him from firing a Suicide Shot that will ignite World War III?

  • ISBN: 978-1950613731 $16.95 

A Shero's Dream Catcher

Linda Mason 

  • A beautiful book, it is the latest in her middle grade and up books. Linda did a lot of research locally to learn about car racing for young people from groups in Daytona Beach and New Smyrna Beach. The book is about a young girl who wants to break barriers and become a racecar driver like her father. Her fears and vulnerabilities are revealed as she and her family take the twists and turns with Lily as she follows her dreams Lily fights her own inner battles as a bully confronts her. She courageously tries to keep on the path to success and help others along the way.

    This book appeals to all genders to dare to dream and follow their own path to success. The Importance of STEM related activities and finding ways to give back to the community are also a part of the heart of this book. Inspiring and instructive.

  • A Shero’s Dream Catcher recently merited a lovely article in theHOMETOWN NEWS

  • ISBN: 978-1950613526                        $14.98 

JT Kunkel 

  • Miranda Marquette relocates for the second time in three years, this time from Santa Clara, to forty miles south near Henry Coe State Park. On a trail run through the park one morning, she discovers the body of her neighbor, Burt Roop, whom she had just recently befriended.

    The unfortunate label of “Princess of Death” has followed her into the countryside and she soon finds herself embroiled in the search for the real killer. The suspect list includes her live-in boyfriend, Jason, the victim’s wife, and a real life mysterious Indian Princess.

    She enlists her friends Margo, Wanda, and Lyanne. They dub themselves WAIT (Wine as an Investigative Tool) Women’s Club.

  • ISBN: 978-1950613724               $15.95

Song of Gabrielle: The Woman Who Loved Two Men

John Anthony Miller 

  • Song of Gabrielle: The Woman Who Loved Two Men is set in England and France with English Barons trying to overthrow their King and allying themselves with the French. When captured, Gabrielle falls in love with her captor and must choose between her betrothed and her former enemy. Combat, witches, spells, politics….this historic novel has it all. 
  •  ISBN: 978-1950613748                         $18.95

Seasons of Poetry 

Lynn Kaiser Conrad 

  • Lynn Kaiser Conrad takes us on a visual and inspirational journey with her breathtaking photography and her poetry. She masterfully weaves together images and words that awaken our senses into thought-provoking works of art. Experiencing the seasons through her eyes is an enlightening privilege that will transport the reader-viewer to delightful destinations. This enjoyable stroll awakens our love affair with mother nature.

  • ISBN: 978-1950613557                      $18.95

Joseph Cavanaugh

  • THE POET AND THE WONDERSMITH is a classic battle between good and evil. A young boy convinces his busy and reluctant father to venture into a world of strange creatures, a barren wasteland ruled by a greedy and treacherous king. They bring with them the technical skills and scientific knowledge of the father, a Wondersmith, the creative and musical talents of his son the poet, and the magic of his gifted mother to do battle with the powerful forces of fire, deception, and greed in the Underworld. The story is based on an Irish myth, showing that superheroes have existed since the beginning of time and that superhero qualities may rise to the fore in unexpected ways when good people overcome the forces of evil. Escape reality atop a dragon with writer Joseph Cavanaugh and Irish illustrator Shelly Mooney. This adventurous fun tale will keep the reader engaged all the way to the happy ending. 

  • August 25. 2021 -- Check out his Member Spotlight in Of Poets and Poetry here.  

Patty Everett 

  • Little children enjoy stories about pirates and often take delight in dressing up and pretending to act out the role of classical pirates. PAJAMA PIRATES, an appealing fun story of two little boys, adds rhyme and a surprising "bounty" for the two little brother pirates whose mother finally allows them to find the surprising treasure she knew the little pirates craved.

Gini Graham Scott 

  • A little tree feels lonely and abused among the bigger trees, and he longs for a different life. How can he run away? That is his dream each day as his little leaves shake from fear and despair. But something happens and its dream comes true. This heartwarming book tickles the imagination of children. Little children enjoy stories about pirates and often take delight.

The Mountain

Nick Green 

  • August 2021 -- Objets Etrange, a very beautiful art gallery in San Antonio, Texas (2015 NE Loop 410, Ste 103) is featuring his book. Stop in and you might be lucky enough to also get a glimpse of the author!


  • When we are very young, we all have dreams of greatness—sometimes attainable and sometimes not. And because we are young, we have hope, and we have enjoyment in our dreams and in our hopes, sometimes without regard to the consequences of our actions—believing we are invincible. And these hopes and dreams lead us on to attempts of fulfillment. Sometimes our attempts have unforeseen consequences, and sometimes we become discouraged with failure. Nick Green’s story reveals the heart of a youth who pays the price.

  • ISBN: ‎ 978-1950613076                             $15.99

Bob Bickford 

  • Summertime 1948, and Santa Teresa, California overflows with cold bourbon and hot neon. Billie Holiday floats from open windows, the Mills Brothers are headlining at the Montelindo Hotel, and the beach roller coaster never stops. The tourist crowd smells like sweat and suntan lotion. The sky is gold, the swimming pools are blue, but in dark alleys and behind closed doors, monsters do their worst.

    Private eye Nate Crowe knows a little bit about loving when it’s too late to be loved back. He learned a long time ago that some ghosts don’t wear white, and some things can’t be fixed.

    Annie Kahlo is back. She has a gun in her purse, and she’s ready to snap. White Rabbit Hop is a taxicab ride back to dancing on tiles, Roi-Tan cigars, gin on ice, east coast baseball on the radio, and mermaids with bubble hoses.

    Bring a nickel with you, in case you need a payphone.

  • ISBN: 978-1950613717 $18.95

Rich Man Dead Man by Tom Towslee 

  • John Standard is the only person who knows how billionaire industrialist Proctor Scofield really died. He’s kept the secret for four years until a lawyer tracks him down in the coastal town of Zihuatanejo, Mexico. Standard reluctantly agrees to tell him the story, but only if he listens to the entire tale. Over several days, Standard reveals a story of murder, betrayal and a two-decade-old conspiracy involving the death of a young girl.

  • ISBN: 978-1950613755                           $18.98

Slate  Joan Wright Mularz

  • One of our Newest Young Adult Writers.... 

  • SLATE is a junior at a Manhattan private school. Due to an accident of birth, he has the American citizenship his Russian rock-star parents crave. When their work visas expired, they allowed Slate to stay in their luxury New York apartment with a guardian next door. He can sponsor them for green cards when he turns twenty-one. Meanwhile, they visit whenever they can get tourist visas. Their irresponsible drug and alcohol-infused rocker lifestyle could break him, but Slate is smart, sensible, and determined to be the adult in the family. The start of fall semester adds more fractures to Slate’s life. His best friend Dash isn’t in his classes, and he’s assigned to a “nightmare” semester project group. More serious problems connected to the celebrity and wealth of his parents follow—extortion, stalking, ominous texts, and a deadly attack. Slate copes by using his courage, his brain, and his friendships.

  • ISBN: 978-1950613762                           $16.95

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