This charming and helpful book is perfect for anyone new to the online dating experience, and especially women in their fifties and older. Continue reading
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A travelogue/memoir full of great descriptions; interesting tales; and insightful reflections on people and places.
A PI novel, in the tradition of Raymond Chandler, but set in the 21st century with a tech-savvy hero.
The author is wise and insightful, having been enriched and informed by his experiences as a young man in post-war Europe dealing with Jews rescued from concentration camps and German prisoners of war. Continue reading →
From the Abuela’s Window is a story of ordinary people doing what they can to help each other and in small ways undermine a brutal system—it is about staying human when faced with inhumanity all around. Continue reading →
In a single volume, prize-winning author Wm. Hovey Smith explains every aspect of deer hunting– from finding deer and getting a license to hunt to cooking it for your family. Continue reading →
Expert bowfisherman William Hovey Smith explores every aspect of the challenging and exciting sport of bowfishing. Continue reading →
All About Motherhood charts the interior journey women make when they give birth and take on the most demanding and dynamic role of their lives. Continue reading →
Alexander and the Moon is a storybook written in the throes of chemotherapy by pediatric cancer survivor Max Ritvo and is illustrated by undergraduates at Yale University, who received funding for the project from the prestigious Louis Sudler Art Grant. Continue reading →
To Love Mercy takes place in racially segregated Chicago, circa 1948. Most African-Americans live in poverty, are denied upward mobility, and must deal with the prejudice of white people. The book is filled with authentic detail and prominent figures of the period and nothing is white-washed. Continue reading →
Starting in 1959 when he was a young student, Marshall Yaeger takes us through his evolution as a writer, actor and theater director. A deeply personal work, he comments on his own accomplishments, his failures and disappointments and—by coming to terms with his homosexuality—his slow discovery of his true self. Continue reading →
Perfect for the 8-12 year old set, the book tells the story of Kandide, whose perfect childhood is ruined when her wing is injured and she is segregated with the rest of the Imperfect fairies. Continue reading →
The year is 2133 and the Nazis control the world. Four scientists are pressured to complete a Time Travel project in time for the 200th anniversary of Hitler’s coming to power. Continue reading →
In this well-paced, semi-autobiographical novel, the protagonist’s journey of self-discovery threatens to destroy her perfectly mapped-out life as a sophisticated and successful New York attorney.
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Delves into the the obsession with baseball and makes it easily relatable for the unfamiliar reader, highlighting the emotional highs and lows of watching and playing the game. Continue reading →
Father Brad Karelius traverses the land of the Paiute Indian tribes, the earth now barren where families once walked. He also takes us inside his own walls–describing his family and their challenges in dealing with his son Erik’s seizures.
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If you were tuned into the recent U.S. debate about mandatory health insurance and universal healthcare (and who wasn’t?), Stewards of the Flame is a particularly scary read. Continue reading →
While Acting Well to Age Well focuses on the issues of obesity and weight loss, Yaeger’s premise of behavioral change for life can be applied to any obstacle that keeps us from being the whole and healthy person we each envision for ourselves.
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The Golden Ring is a satisfying read for mystery lovers and for those interested in getting a glimpse of contemporary life in Russia. Continue reading →
Let Monte Smith be your guide through the insider’s world of traditional publishing. Fasten your seatbelts people…it’s gonna be a bumpy ride! Continue reading →
“Letters From Pemberley: The First Year”, brings us to the writing desk of newly married Elizabeth Bennet Darcy as she embarks on her first year at Pemberley, the grand estate of her new husband, Fitzwilliam Darcy. Continue reading →
When Olivia, a 57 year-old Brit, is widowed by her American husband, she decides to move from New York to Key West, Florida. She considers herself content, until—on a visit to New York—a dashing attorney and a fellow Brit 15 years her junior falls head over heels in love with her. Continue reading →
Seen through the eyes of two New York City police detectives, True Detective is an edgy murder mystery and a meditation on truth and faith in our post 9/11 age.
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