The Mothersea by Stephen Renneberg
Released: Sept. 7, 2016

"Everything a great sci-fi novel should be: visionary, immersive, and thematically profound."
Renneberg's (In Earth's Service, 2015, etc.) stellar sci-fi sequel to 2013's The Mothership tells a story of alien contact and conflict and serves as a prequel of sorts to his epic Mapped Space series.Read full book review >
Behind The Mask by Dana Ridenour
Released: April 5, 2016

"A vivid, suspenseful story about a torn agent on a complex covert mission."
An FBI agent working on her first undercover assignment becomes too close to one of the domestic terrorists she seeks to expose in this debut crime novel. Read full book review >

Women Who Knew Jesus by Bonnie Ring
Released: Sept. 17, 2015

"An important contribution to the scholarly literature on Jesus, both feminist and otherwise."
A debut book offers a reconsideration of the role of women in Jesus' life and ministry. Read full book review >
Dear Daycare Parent by Jackie Rioux
Released: Feb. 1, 2016

"An indispensable manual for parents venturing into the unknown territory of day care."
A step-by-step guide explains the mysterious world of day care. Read full book review >
Identity Crisis by H.E. Rodda
Released: Aug. 16, 2016

"A thoughtful tale of mistaken identity, fraud, sex, murder, and transcendent friendship. "
The Prince and the Pauper gets turned on its head in this rags-to-riches thriller. Read full book review >

The Unforgiven by A. Katie Rose
Released: April 10, 2015

"Behind familiar fantasy trappings await a marvelous adventure and a vibrant love story."
In this medieval tale, the conflict between two rival kingdoms escalates over an ancient prophecy. Read full book review >
A Whole Nuther Thing by Warren Ross

"A wonderfully imaginative adventure involving a missing toy."
When a boy's truck vanishes, replaced by a hockey puck, he longs to know why it disappeared and just where the new object came from in this rhyming picture book. Read full book review >
The Garden of Life and Death by Ignatius Ryan
Released: Oct. 7, 2015

"A familiar post-apocalyptic survivalist epic, but it's told with uncommon power and passion."
Concluding a futuristic trilogy, this novel takes aging hero Elliott Eastman out of his post-apocalyptic colony in Idaho and on an often violent quest east through a devastated America in search of other surviving communities. Read full book review >