Mary F. Burns

WOMEN'S FICTION / CHICKLIT

I'll Never Tell

Ana Brazil

Dr. Abigail Brenner

LITERARY FICTION


Sand Hill Review Press

Always a good read!

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A Second, Less

Capable, Head

When a school teacher discovers that one of her students has been murdered, she decides to follow the clues.

James Hanna

HISTORICALS

CATHOLIC / CHRISTIAN THEMES

Looking for clues to the past to understand the present. We could have listed this under historicals because much of the book takes place during WW II.

A beautifully written psychological thriller.

Kathleen Z. McCormick

Margot Abbott

The boss just hired his girlfriend. Will she be knocked off her pedestal and have to start over?


The Last Innocent Hour

MARGOT ABBOTT'S  harrowing tale of 1930s & 1940s war and love! What a fabulous read. Don't miss this one!

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Dodging Satan

Will Agnes Anne remain the spinster she has become or can she break out of the rigid Catholic mold in which her parents have trapped her?

Martin F. Sorensen

Fr. Harry G. Schlitt

A parolee thinks he's a rock star and through political hyjinks becomes one. (Adult language, satire.)

The sequel to The Berkeley Girl: In Paris, 1968 plus three great stories about the 1960s. This is entertaining as well as scholarly-- this explains so much about the 1960s!

The Siege

BOOKS BY AWARD-WINNING JAMES HANNA

The Engine

Woman's Light

Bardi Rosman Koodrin


Award-winning steampunk tale about California's alternate history. Popular YA.


It's the 1880s. Has Jack the Ripper come to New Orleans?

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When a girl’s father promises her away in marriage, she runs away from her small mountain village to Kathmandu where she is met with further tragedy. A mother hopes for love, while a daughter hopes for freedom. Both struggle to find their path in the traditional bonds of their world.


1960s.   Janet had a lot of growing up to do. She didn't intend to do it during France's 1968 May Revolution.

A prison counselor must negotiate an uprising and realizes he trusts the prisoners more than the guards.

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Tears and Trombones


Audrey Kalman's story of love and regret makes you turn the pages! Poignant and heartfelt, this is a family drama as well as commentary on 21st century life and choices.

Rita Battat Silverman

Aloha Also Means Goodbye

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Fanny Newcomb

MYSTERY/THRILLER

We like to say that James Hanna's short stories make reading dangerous again. 

A frustrated writer burns her manuscript. (Wacky chicklit fun!)

Josette and Curtis are both traveling to England on the RMS Lusitania when Josette suspects there is a spy ring on board. Were they sent to divulge the location of the Lusitania?
 


Nanci Lee Woody

Poor little Bridget is confused about all the Catholic myths and teachings.

In this debut novel, Hartmann takes what appears at first to be a romantic comedy and turns it, unexpectedly, into a thriller.

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An Afghan war vet is accused of murdering her fiancé.

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Historical Novels    Mystery/Thrillers     Family Dramas    Women's Fiction     Christian Themes

Literary Fiction    Young Adult Fiction   Steampunk    Anthologies   Non-Fiction


Dodging Satan

The Engine Woman's Light

A Catholic priest reveals his life's journey.

Tears and Trombones

Audrey Kalman

Dodging Satan

A destination wedding turns awkward when her old boyfriend shows up.

Dodging Satan won two CIPAs

Can a blue collar kid become a symphony musician?

Dodging Satan

The Berkeley Girl

Tory Hartmann

Replacement Children

Laurel Anne Hill

Elise Frances Miller

Call Me Pomeroy

First Friday

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My MacArthur is a fictional account of General Douglas MacArthur’s interracial, May-December love affair with a Filipino actress named Isabel Rosario Cooper in the 1930s. The turbulent relationship, which broke all the taboos at the time, jeopardized MacArthur’s career and led to Isabel’s tragic end.


The Engine

Woman's Light

Fanny Newcomb and the Irish Channel Ripper

Margaret R. Davis