An Ohio native, Alison Lockwood studied journalism and creative writing at Wittenberg University. After a brief stint as a reporter, she became an editor for Harcourt Brace Publishers and later ... Read full author bio >
Qwantu Amaru has been writing since the age of 11. An avid reader, he has always aspired to write suspenseful page turners and socially significant literature like those of his ... Read full author bio >
"One Blood is a gutsy book that blazes trails, plotted at breakneck speed that won't let up."
Eric Coyote was born hours before President Kennedy's assassination and grew up northwest of Chicago. He attended college at Indiana University, then migrated to Southern California, where he earned ... Read full author bio >
"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."
Kelly Oliver is the award-winning (and best-selling in Oklahoma and on AMAZON), author of The Jessica James Mystery Series, including WOLF, COYOTE, FOX, and JACKAL. Her debut novel, WOLF: A ... Read full author bio >
Award-winning, #1 best-selling author Sharon CassanoLochman propels the senses, tweaks the emotions, and fosters the imagination for readers of all ages through her heart-pounding adventures and compassionate works of fiction ... Read full author bio >
"Edge-of-the-seat suspense and realistic portrayals of a pair of boys facing personal and elemental trials make this novel a substantial page-turner."
Leonard Krishtalka, director of the Natural History Museum at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, grew up in Montreal, Canada, and studied biology, anthropology and paleontology in Canada and the U ... Read full author bio >
"A fresh, intellectually lively murder mystery replete with a hard-boiled detective consistently delivering nuggets of cynical insight. Author Krishtalka (Dinosaur Plots & Other Intrigues in Natural History) enlivens the genre, not only with his impressive knowledge of the field, but also by highlighting a strain of professional resentment specifically found in academia. The major theme of the novel is the relentless pursuit of truth, and the author executes it intelligently. As a reporter remarks: 'We’re alike, Harry...journalists...paleontologists...detectives. We dig up what history tries to bury.'"
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