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New Releases—The May/June Round-Up

New Releases—The May/June Round-Up

Bobby Ether and the Jade Academy by R. Scott Boyer   When Bobby Ether is abducted and brought to the secluded Jade Academy in Tibet, monks teach him and other special students how to tap into their Anima—the universal energy that connects all living things.But the headmistress of the academy is secretly testing each student,…

Carl’s Story Hero Honored with Carl Willig Day in Williamsburg, Virginia

Carl’s Story Hero Honored with Carl Willig Day in Williamsburg, Virginia

PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, on behalf of the citizens of the City of Williamsburg, I, Paul T. Freiling, Mayor of the City of W illiamsburg , Virginia, am honored to proclaim April 10, 2018 as Carl Willig Day in this, the 100th anniversary year of the end of WW I; and WHEREAS, Mr. Willig, a first-generation American…

New Releases — Mid-November

New Releases — Mid-November

Brother Daniel’s Good News Revival by Bruce Brittain   In the early summer of 1933, an 18-year-old naive Kentucky farm boy, Michael Boone, becomes a driver for a traveling religious revival troupe. As the summer unfolds and the itinerant group moves from town to town, he learns that things are not what they seem; primarily…

A Doughboy Named Carl Helps us Celebrate Our Veterans

A Doughboy Named Carl Helps us Celebrate Our Veterans

Shortly after we opened the doors here at Koehler Books back in 2010, we started receiving submissions from men and women who either served in the military, still serve, or have family or friends who served. This made a great deal of sense to me since we are headquartered in Coastal Virginia, home to a…

New Releases — October 1st

New Releases — October 1st

Catastrophe by Lloyd Philip Johnson When Palestinian Christian college student Sabria lives through the little known 1948 catastrophe of her people, she learns the cost of being Arab in the tumultuous time of Israel’s birth pangs. Despite enjoying both Jewish and Muslim friends, she falls in love with an American Christian supporter of Israel. Can their love…

September Round-Up: The First Two Weeks

September Round-Up: The First Two Weeks

Published September 1 The Apple Pie Alibi by D.J. Lutz When Winnie Kepler trades in her business degree for a part-time gig at her grandma Velma’s diner, she realizes that her new career choice is perhaps not the best recipe for success. Everything changes when a rookie cop walks into the diner and announces that Velma…