WHY MARX WAS WRONG by Lawrence Eubank
Released: Nov. 2, 2011

"A scholarly study thoroughly researched but ponderous and suitable only for those with a burning desire to see Marxist theory deconstructed."
A detailed debunking of Marxist philosophy. Read full book review >
We Came All This Way by Mike Heppner
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 26, 2015

"Well-written and intriguing."
Abandoning the rest of her family, a woman runs away with her daughter to join her brother on a man-made island/new nation and reflects on what brought her there. Read full book review >

Freaks I've Met by Donald Jans
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 6, 2015

"An engrossing but tongue-in-cheek drama that, even at its most dramatic, will leave readers smiling."
A Spokane college graduate searches for wealth and fame in LA but finds only a string of dead-end jobs and outlandish individuals in Jans' witty debut drama. Read full book review >
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 30, 2015

"An impressive use of one family to intimately portray the history of social and cultural changes over three generations."
Spanning nearly 60 years, this work of historical fiction chronicles the multitude of cultural changes in Japan after World War II from the perspective of a conflicted family of three. Read full book review >
Where the Bones of a Buried Rat Lie by Kim Ekemar
THRILLERS
Released: Aug. 16, 2014

"This well-written thriller's complex plotting and characterization make for a fine read."
In Ekemar's (The Lost Identity Causalities, 2014, etc.) second thriller in a planned four-book series, Matthias Callaghan returns to London, where he takes on the identity of his late father. Read full book review >

THE FLIPSIDE by Kimbeth Wehrli Judge
FICTION & LITERATURE

"A dark, complex tale with very few winners."
Judge's (Mothers and Others: A Story Collection, 2014) new novel tells a story of addiction, betrayal, and death. Read full book review >
HONEST TRIFLES by Charles Theus
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 28, 2014

"Lustful but not sensual; promising but incomplete."
A lustful affair turns ruinous in this uneven debut. Read full book review >
DIXIE SALVAGE by Gary Isringhaus
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 5, 2014

"A novel of enterprising American success that never quite comes together."
In Isringhaus' (King Brute, 2008) second novel, a Southern boy's Los Angeles sojourn is cut short when his father becomes ill. Read full book review >
THE EDUCATION OF A TRAITOR by Svetlana Grobman
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: April 15, 2015

"An intimate look at a young woman's struggle to find her own truth in a repressive society."
Grobman's debut memoir explores her childhood in the Soviet Union. Read full book review >
THE GREEN EYED GIRL by J W Chew
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Dec. 17, 2014

"A fast-paced, intellectual fantasy story with lessons about values, greed, and empathy."
In this allegorical tale, debut author Chew creates a magical world of mayhem that's full of parallels to modern society. Read full book review >
A Corkscrew Life by Richard Coulson
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: June 2, 2014

"A keenly observed, fast-paced memoir."
A well-traveled veteran of the legal and business worlds reflects on his experiences in the 20th century and beyond. Read full book review >
TERRIBLE SWIFT SWORD by Nancy Hendricks
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 26, 2015

"An often vivid, heartbreaking story full of great historical detail and human pathos."
Five American Civil War survivors connect onboard the ill-fated steamer Sultana in Hendricks' (Senator Hattie Caraway, 2013) historical novel. Read full book review >
Kirkus Interview
Gabrielle Zevin
March 3, 2015

A. J. Fikry’s life is not at all what he expected it to be. He lives alone, his bookstore is experiencing the worst sales in its history, and now his prized possession, a rare collection of Poe poems, has been stolen. But when a mysterious package appears at the bookstore, its unexpected arrival gives Fikry the chance to make his life over—and see everything anew. “Zevin writes characters who grow and prosper,” our reviewer writes, “in a narrative that is sometimes sentimental, sometimes funny, sometimes true to life and always entertaining.” View video >