Eternal Harmony by Ron R. Rickards
Released: Sept. 7, 2016

"A worthwhile contribution to the ongoing debate about the nature of religion and rationality."
A scientist takes a philosophical stand against the idea that science has a monopoly on reason. Read full book review >
Deadly Secrets by Gordon Bickerstaff
Released: Feb. 10, 2014

"An auspicious beginning to an intelligent thriller series with a likable, oddball lead."
In Bickerstaff's complex country-jumping biotech thriller, a potential revolutionary new process in the food industry could result in big bucks for some and murder for others. Read full book review >

Lord of the Fallen by John Forrester

"A resilient female protagonist braves the perils of wizardry, ancient cults, and college life."
A teen girl who dabbles in magic finds herself immersed in a war between kingdoms and the gradual rise of a potentially dangerous cult in Forrester's (Death Mage, 2015, etc.) YA fantasy novel. Read full book review >
Released: April 1, 2017

"This readable discursion on sin, faith, and salvation offers an inventive, informed take on Eden and the nature of faith."
This exegetical work scrutinizes what happened in the Garden of Eden to better clarify the concepts of sin and redemption.

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Blue News by Lance LoRusso

"A perceptive work provides practical and timely suggestions for improving communication after critical incidents such as officer-involved shootings."
A police officer-turned-attorney examines the relationship between law enforcement and the media. Read full book review >

The Black Ten Commandments by Tony Caligula
Released: March 8, 2016

"A thorough, if extreme, proposal for making African-Americans self-reliant."
A debut political book proposes new commandments for black America. Read full book review >

"A well-researched, if extremely lengthy, book that provides a solid analysis of the Kennedy assassination evidence and reports."
A researcher examines competing theories regarding the John F. Kennedy assassination, and concludes that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone. Read full book review >
Never Enough Flamingos by Janelle Diller
Released: Aug. 11, 2016

"Peopled with some enduring characters and driven by both compassion and sarcasm, this is a vivid, surprising page-turner."
A dark secret hides just below the surface in Sweethome, Kansas, where the Great Depression and drought have brought poverty and despair to the peaceful Mennonite farming community. Read full book review >
Justice Restored by Howell W. Woltz
Released: Oct. 25, 2016

"This impressively cogent work about mass incarceration provides concrete actions to curb the excesses of a government apparatus spinning out of control."
A book delivers a scathing indictment of the American criminal justice system. Read full book review >
Wine Into Water by Ray Keating
Released: Oct. 23, 2016

"A first-rate mystery makes this a series standout, even if the titular protagonist splits his hero status with others.

Keating's (Murderer's Row, 2015, etc.) latest in his thriller series finds combat-trained pastor Stephen Grant immersed in murder, espionage, and counterfeit wines. Read full book review >
The Double Happiness Company by Anne Aylor
Released: Jan. 27, 2011

"Dysfunction and deferred dreams drive this intriguing, occasionally perplexing coming-of-age novel."
A sprawling saga of a young woman's single-minded ambition to become a dancer set during the 1960s and '70s. Read full book review >
Edna and Luna by Gleah Powers
Released: Sept. 28, 2016

"An appealing story of human resilience and connection with two memorable female protagonists."
Two unconventional women build an uneasy alliance that evolves into family. Read full book review >
Kirkus Interview
Kendare Blake
November 16, 2016

Bestseller Kendare Blake’s latest novel, Three Dark Crowns, a dark and inventive fantasy about three sisters who must fight to the death to become queen. In every generation on the island of Fennbirn, a set of triplets is born: three queens, all equal heirs to the crown and each possessor of a coveted magic. Mirabella is a fierce elemental, able to spark hungry flames or vicious storms at the snap of her fingers. Katharine is a poisoner, one who can ingest the deadliest poisons without so much as a stomachache. Arsinoe, a naturalist, is said to have the ability to bloom the reddest rose and control the fiercest of lions. But becoming the Queen Crowned isn’t solely a matter of royal birth. Each sister has to fight for it. The last queen standing gets the crown. “Gorgeous and bloody, tender and violent, elegant, precise, and passionate; above all, completely addicting,” our reviewer writes in a starred review. View video >