LAY SAINTS by Adam Connell
Released: April 23, 2012

"A stylish reimagining of the psychic mystery genre."
Influence peddling—the telepathic kind—fuels the big city in this hard-boiled but soulful fantasy thriller. Read full book review >
Released: June 23, 2010

"Middle-grade readers (boys especially): Don't dillydally; grab this nearly flawless book."
In the first book of debut author Copus' planned series, a boy and his grandmother travel back in time to hobnob with marauding pirates in search of hidden treasure. Read full book review >

Released: Nov. 20, 2011

"An unshakable noir with a protagonist learning along the way, but beyond the more overt genre traits is a rewarding story of a man's unconditional love for his faithful companion."
A vagrant turned amateur sleuth investigates a murder in Coyote's debut novel and series opener of the Homeless Detective Trilogy. Read full book review >

"A wonderful confidence-booster for kids at home and school."
A young girl builds self-esteem in Dahnke's debut children's book. Read full book review >
Released: Dec. 7, 2011

"David's compelling debut successfully incorporates pop culture, profanity and religion into a resonant exploration of existence."
An unapologetic, perverse, yet spiritual first novel that follows one man's mistakes and triumphs when he learns that he can live forever. Read full book review >

BLACK ART by V.T. Davy
Released: Oct. 30, 2012

"An extremely satisfying read, as thrilling as it is humane."
Set in the modern-day Channel Islands and Dresden, Germany, Davy's neonoir mystery follows a transgendered (female to male) man investigating the disappearance of a famous actress' grandmother during World War II. Read full book review >
Released: May 25, 2012

"Exciting, immersive and authentic."
This historical novel, set in sixth-century Scotland, relates the struggles of St. Columba to establish his monastery and of Aedan mac Gabran to gain a kingship. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 29, 2012

"A lush, unsparing narrative that honors history and emotion."
This meandering but mesmerizing memoir details the political and social turmoil of World War II through the eyes of an intrepid courier for the headquarters of the Italian resistance movement. Read full book review >