From Hell to Heaven, One Man's Journey by Daffy Gustav
Released: April 2, 2015

"Poems about pain and eventual recovery that may fail to evoke much sympathy."
Gustav chronicles a bitter divorce and eventual spiritual awakening in this debut poetry collection. Read full book review >
Code Centaurus by Francis Lentz
Released: March 30, 2012

"A well-told hard-sci-fi yarn of otherworldly jeopardy and ancient aliens that turns uncharacteristically mystical-minded in the end."
In this debut sci-fi thriller, a World Health Organization agent, while investigating a frightening new plague in the South Pacific, discovers an ancient extraterrestrial force that could advance all terrestrial life—or destroy it. Read full book review >

The India Ride by Ryan Pyle
Released: Nov. 15, 2013

"What may make for engaging film with stunning scenery stalls as a written account."
Two adventurous brothers describe their 54-day motorcycle trip around India. Read full book review >
Royal Progress by Pen Fairchild
Released: Dec. 15, 2015

"Epic in scope, boasting a vast cast and intricate mythology; the sexual nature might be too much for its intended audience, though."
When a princess suddenly inherits her family's domain, she learns there's more to her ascendancy than meets the eye. Read full book review >
The First Days of August by Alan Froning
Released: Feb. 18, 2015

"A confident story that keeps its plot and protagonist moving—and its readers reading."
In Froning's debut medical thriller, a neurosurgical resident joins a drug research team that stumbles on a murderous conspiracy. Read full book review >

Expendable by Peter S. Fischer

"Persuasive romance perfectly suited to an authentic WWII backdrop."
In Fischer's (Pray for Us Sinners, 2013, etc.) historical thriller, a schoolteacher widowed in World War II becomes a liaison for a French patriot who, unbeknownst to her, is a Nazi spy.Read full book review >
From Korea to California: Our Journey to America by Grace Cha
Released: Sept. 1, 2014

"A sensitively told educational story of particular interest to caretakers interested in educating children about Korean-American history."
In this historical fiction picture book, Cha (The Professionals, 2014) uses one family's story to share an overview of Korean immigration to California during the first half of the 20th century. Read full book review >
Evangeline by Clint Adams
Released: June 1, 2015

"After this fine historical novel, it's easy to predict new fans for Adams."
A fanciful, fictional memoir of the real-life Evangeline Smith Adams, the most famous astrologer of the early 20th century. Read full book review >
Spies of Promise by Philip Allan Turner
Released: Jan. 19, 2015

"An enjoyable faith-based narrative of spies having their faith tested in a foreign land."
A historical novel exploring an untold story from the Bible. Read full book review >
Color War by Bruce McCandless
Released: Nov. 4, 2014

"An evocative, nostalgic coming-of-age tale and examination of bigotry."
A teenager at an East Texas summer camp in 1974 gets involved in a racial dispute in McCandless' (Sour Lake, 2011) second novel.Read full book review >
Bowl of Fruit (1907) by Panayotis  Cacoyannis
Released: Sept. 11, 2015

"A lively, multilayered novel that connects two uncommon souls to a shared past."
In Cacoyannis' (The Dead of August, 2013) sophomore effort, a London man meets with a mysterious ghostwriter, taking him deep into his past.Read full book review >
The Ghost, Josephine by Brad  Rau
Released: July 31, 2015

"Tightly paced, controlled, and written with a sure grasp of character and voice, Rau's novel is a formidable debut."
Grief and loss haunt a laborer from a small town in Maine in Rau's well-written debut. Read full book review >
Kirkus Interview
Marie Lu
September 29, 2015

In the second installment of Marie Lu’s Young Elites series, The Rose Society, Adelina Amouteru’s heart has suffered at the hands of both family and friends, turning her down the bitter path of revenge. Now known and feared as the White Wolf, she and her sister flee Kenettra to find other Young Elites in the hopes of building her own army of allies. Her goal: to strike down the Inquisition Axis, the white-cloaked soldiers who nearly killed her. But Adelina is no heroine. Her powers, fed only by fear and hate, have started to grow beyond her control. She does not trust her newfound Elite friends. Teren Santoro, leader of the Inquisition, wants her dead. And her former friends, Raffaele and the Dagger Society, want to stop her thirst for vengeance. Adelina struggles to cling to the good within her. But how can someone be good, when her very existence depends on darkness? “The direction of this trilogy's conclusion is left refreshingly difficult to predict,” our reviewer writes. View video >