Rising from the ashes of pos-war Germany, CHEF TELL became America's first syndicated-TV chef. His mercurial life, quick-cooking, and humorous personality captured the hearts and minds of his 40-million Baby Boomers fan base. 452 pages. Hardcover, Kindle,
Philanthropist is a journey between a brother and a sister who embark on a terrifying journey of not only studying the most notorious mass murderers in history, but meeting those murderers face to face with the use of advanced technology.
n her first book, Martin structures a family visit to the beach around a clever inversion of ``The Little Red Hen.'' Nobody helps Sara make her soup of seaweed (two kinds), snails, and ``smelly stuff'' from a beachcombing--her parents are busy putting on
Cancer is scary for the brave but downright terrifying for a wimp, like Antoinette. HUG EVERYONE YOU KNOW is a memoir about how Antoinette navigated her first year of breast cancer treatment. She journaled and emailed family and friends she called My
A lantern wielding ghost, a Civil War era village practicing human sacrifice, and soul stealing demons haunt the Hocking Hills of southern Ohio. In The Ghosts of Lake Hope, Allen T. Grimes, author the suspense thriller, The Face of the Deep, brings you th
by Sheriff Norm
They are people, but they were living stars of another universe before, one aware from where he came, she unaware. He desperately tries to make her aware singing her songs, telling her stories, and crying for help to other stars, knowing if she remains un
by Gary Engler
The Year We Became Us is a novel about the 1962 Saskatchewan doctors’ strike as seen through the eyes of a 12-year-old boy and a 13-year-old girl. Roy, the son of a union activist, is a committed socialist and the best Little League pitcher in the entire
by KC Marks
Discover an emerging author's inaugural collection of 13 stunning shorts from the sentimental side of the cemetery.
A double catastrophe has altered the world—one astronomical, the other man-made. A moon-sized chunk of antimatter slams into the sun, causing Earth’s icepacks to melt and flood coastal regions. Unrest in the Middle East causes the unthinkable: nuclear ter
In the 1930s, a German anthropologist researching a primitive people makes an amazing discovery. Eighty years later this leads to the development of a miracle drug that could be one of the biggest breakthroughs in the history of man's fight against diseas