window on pike place

Martin Sorensen

ISBN: 978-1937818-18-0

Aloha Also Means Goodbye

Jessica Rosenberg

WINNER OF SILVER IPPY

ISBN: 978-1937818-20-3


                            

The Siege: A Psychological Thriller

James Hanna

ISBN: 978-1937818-00-5


An ordinary man is tapped to become the chief hostage negotiator in a prison riot. This is the day he wished he had stayed home.

TEARS AND TROMBONES

NANCI LEE WOODY

ISBN: 978-1937818-26-5

A depression-era boy wants badly to become a classical musician against the wishes of his hard drinking, heavy equipment operating father. Will Joey live his musical dream?

The Berkeley Girl

Elise F. Miller

ISBN: 978-1937818-30-2

The 1960s come alive with this wonderful retro novel. Berkeley and Paris both had revolutions and Janet McGill gets caught up in the turmoil.

PORTRAITS OF AN ARTIST

Mary F. Burns

John Singer Sargent's paintings revealed more than he ever wanted anyone to know.

The author delivers an intimate look behind one of America's finest painters.

THE SPOILS OF AVALON

Mary F.Burns

ISBN: 978-1937818-28-9

First in a new series of historical mysteries, The Spoils of Avalon introduces two unlikely detective and life-long friends, the brilliant and brittle Violet Paget, known as the writer Vernon Lee, and the talented, genial portrait painter John Singer Sargent. For their first case,the death of a humble clergyman in 1877 leads the amateur sleuths into a medieval world of saints and kings.

isaac and ishmael

Mary F. Burns

ISBN: 978-1937818-23-4

Genesis comes alive with all it's drama and intrigue when historical novelist Mary F. Burns breathes emotion, motive and life into this ageless story.

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THE ENGINE WOMAN'S LIGHT

LAUREL ANNE HILL

ISBN: 978-1937818-48-7

Steampunk, mysticism and adventure awaits you in this alternative history of California. Could it be a warning? Steampunk fans will delight in this new novel from Laurel Anne Hill.


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CALL ME POMEROY

James Hanna
ISBN: 978-1937818-15-9


BOOKS IN PRINT

 Sand Hill Review Press

FIRST FRIDAY

TORY HARTMANN

ISBN: 978-1937818-06-7

This tale of Agnes Anne O’Neil, a 28 year-old virgin who struggles to leave home, will both captivate and tickle your funny bone. You’ll meet her wacky Irish Catholic family, her favorite saints and pet snail, and the evil that pursues her.


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DODGING SATAN: MY IRISH/

ITALIAN, SOMETIMES AWESOME, BUT MOSTLY CREEPY, CHILDHOOD

KATHLEEN ZAMBONI MCCORMICK

ISBN: 978-1937818-32-6

Bridget Flagherty, a student at St. Michael’s Catholic school outside Boston in the 60s-70s, takes refuge in wacky misunderstandings of Bible Stories and Catholic beliefs to avoid problems in her Irish/Italian family life.