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F E A T U R E D T I T L E S
by William Hazelgrove
Pub. Date: May 1, 2015, 302 pages
“Another fine effort from a very interesting writer. This one will appeal especially to William Kent Krueger fans.” —Booklist
When the sixteen year old daughter of a prominent attorney is raped in a woodshed and a logger found shot the next morning, Deputy Sheriff Reuger London becomes embroiled in a war between environmentalists, the Ojibwa Indians fighting for their timber rights, and the ruthless son of a powerful logger.
The Intriguing Life of Ximena Godoy
by Graciela Limón
Pub Date : 05/01/2015, 260 pages
IMPRINT: Café con Leche
Softcover: $16.95, 978-1-63393-000-1
Ebook: $7.99, 978-1-63393-001-8
Revenge and murder define Ximena Godoy’s story. She is an ever-changing woman who morphs from sheltered child into a complex, deeply flawed human being, passionate and independent, quick to love unconditionally, but just as ready to cling obsessively to revenge, a flaw that leads her into the murky world of murder and criminal justice.
Long Hill Home
By Kathryn Pincus
Pub Date: 02/01/15,
Pages : 260
Ebook: $7.99, 978-1-63393-043-8
Soft cover : $16.95, 978-1-94019-284-0
Kelly Malloy is a wife, a mother and a successful lawyer whose world is shattered when she is brutally attacked while running along the banks of the Brandywine River. Long Hill Home is a suspenseful story of crime and the legal process—but it is also a story about the human condition, love, security and a fulfilling life.
by Jennifer Parker
“Jennifer’s love, not for Hope, but also for her Lord, permeates this heart-felt, wise, honest, and tender book.”
—Larry J. Waters, Ph.D, author of Why, O God?: Suffering and Disability in the Bible and the Church
6”x 9”, 238 pages
SOFTCOVER: $16.95, 978-1-94019-291-8
EBOOK: $7.99, 978-1-63393-045-2
Pub Date: May 1, 2015
FAMILY: Children with Special Needs
In Messy Blessings, Jennifer shares her journal entries that chronicle Hope Naomi Parker’s struggle to survive and her fight to live life. This fight includes an assault, a strangulation, a stroke that took every form of communication and a near drowning of sorts. Through this excruciating journey, Hope glorifies God through her weakness and suffering. From the very beginning, she shows everyone around her that she has true joy despite her circumstances and her pain.
Jackson’s Rangers: The Volunteer
by Diana D. Miller
6”x 9”, 184 pages
SOFTCOVER: $16.95, 9-781-94019-298-7
EBOOK: $7.99, 978-1-63393-049-0
Pub Date: May 1, 2015
FICTION: Sci-fi/Action & Adventure
Dale Jackson is working at a dead-end job when he comes across an ad seeking volunteers for a program with the Renegade Corporation. Having nothing to lose, he signs up, and his military experience lands him a position as Staff Sergeant, where he grooms a team known as “Jackson’s Rangers” under the watchful eye of Sergeant Fisk. As Dale searches for answers, he is forced to contemplate the nature of humanity and its place in the universe, and decide how far he will go to set things right.
“In STUMP! Larry Allen Lindsey beautifully recounts the late Lee Kelley’s powerful World War II stories. STUMP! is a moving tribute to our `greatest generation.’” —Former US Senator Bill Bradley
by Larry Allen Lindsey
Soft cover: $17.95, 978-1-94019-297-0
Ebook: $7.99 978-1-63393-048-3
Pub Date: April 1, 2015
FICTION: War & Military
Motivated by the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor, champion swimmer Lee “Stump” Kelley is hell bent on becoming a Marine. Waylaid by a silver-tongued Navy recruiter he becomes a frogman instead. Stump! tells the true story about a man who gave his all for his country, whether underwater or on the ground.