Chris Birdy was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. After graduating from high school, she did a four year stint in the Middle East. When she returned to the States ... Read full author bio >
"Multiple generations of dysfunction catch up to a once-prominent Boston police family in Birdy’s elaborate debut mystery.
The McGruder clan affirms the second half of the Leo Tolstoy aphorism from Anna Karenina: “Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” Boghdun, known as “Bogie,” is the middle-aged, rejected scion of the once-elite family..
An often engaging dramatic mystery with involving characters."
Shirin Humzani is currently based between the UK and Pakistan.
Having lived in both countries, and spending many years in the US as well, she has experienced different cultures thoroughly ... Read full author bio >
ACM is a sixth-generation Washingtonian, who has achieved national and international recognition as an Architect, Planner, Furniture Designer, and Painter. He is a graduate of St. Albans School (1954), Princeton ... Read full author bio >
"The ending, even if readers can guess it, is wickedly funny. Perceptive and droll; Moore paints his story in dark but striking colors."
Jan Walker is the author of several published books, editorial director at Plicata Press (a regional Indie press with 11 published authors to date), and retired community college teacher. She ... Read full author bio >
"Walker's characters and keen observations bring the town alive, leaving readers with a deep understanding of the people and the challenges they faced during a tumultuous era."
Jay Klages is a former military intelligence officer and West Point graduate with experience in high-tech marketing. He attended the MBA program at Arizona State University, where he successfully deprogrammed ... Read full author bio >
"A riveting thriller. Move over Clancy and Child!"
Bio of Kaye Linden
Australian born and raised, Kaye learned how to throw a boomerang when she was thirteen but never mastered the aboriginal musical instrument, the dijeridu. They say ... Read full author bio >
"Stories about shamanic journeys, healing practices and
justice explore the relationships among the people, their land and their ancestors. The net effect is rough yet magical,
practical yet playful, with an internally consistent authenticity that comes more from the author’s modern imagination
than from tradition.
A fine collection evoking nostalgia for a simpler way of life.' - Kirkus Reviews"
P. Edmund Fischetti (PEF) has published his first Novel "Big Train's Backyard"(BTB) at the age of fifty-nine. His unique story-telling skills, honed from years of working as a ... Read full author bio >
Patrick W. O'Bryon emerged from a family of academics, fully intent on following in those same footsteps. He was named a Fulbright Scholar to Germany, a Princeton National Fellow ... Read full author bio >
"The novel is rife with historical intrigue and captures the flavor of mid-century Europe...An intriguing early WWII spy yarn set in a well-researched, authentic Germany."
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