Dodging Satan won two CIPAs
A Catholic priest reveals his life's journey.
WINNER OF A BRONZE IPPY
John Singer Sargent's paintings revealed more than he ever wanted people to know.
Tears and Trombones
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James Hanna's stories make reading dangerous again. WINNER of Distinguished Favorite Award
Can a blue collar kid become a symphony musician?
Will Agnes Anne ever leave home or will she be trapped by her Catholic childhood?
Has Jack the Ripper come to New Orleans?
Tears and Trombones
A frustrated writer burns her manuscript. (Whacky chicklit fun!)
Poor little Bridget is confused about all the Catholic myths and teachings.
An Afghan war vet is accused of murdering her fiancé.
WINNER of Distinguished Favorite
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WINNER OF A BRONZE IPPY!
plus a Silver Readers' Favorite!!
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Always a good read!
WINNER of INDEPENDENT PRESS AWARD!
Dodging Satan just won a NYC Big Book Award!
That's the 18th award for Sand Hill Review Press!
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Janet had a lot of growing up to do. She didn't intend to do it during France's 1968 May Revolution.
John Singer Sargent and cousin Violet Paget become a Holmes/ Watson team and solve a murder. (Only available from Amazon at the moment. Call your local bookstore to order.)
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Aloha Also Means Goodbye
Audrey Kalman's story of love and regret.
The boss just hired his girlfriend. Now what?
Congratulations to Kathleen McKormick for her multiple awards!
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A prison counselor must negotiate an uprising and realizes he trusts the prisoners more than the guards.
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WINNER OF A SILVER IPPY!
MARGOT ABBOTT'S harrowing tale of war and love is back! What a fabulous read. Don't miss this one!
Looking for clues to the past to understand the present
Replacement Children: The Unconscious Script explains why children born after the death of a sibling or after a family trauma are unconsciously treated differently and discusses the consequences. Authors Rita Battat Silverman and Abigail Brenner, MD share stories from replacement children and follow up with clinical facts. Foreword by Katie Couric.
The sequel to The Berkeley Girl: In Paris, 1968 plus three great stories about the 1960s.
A parolee thinks he's a rock star and through political hijinks becomes one. (Adult language)
WINNER of Independent Press Gold
Call Me Pomeroy