romance of Muriel and Sarah
during the bleak, terrifying
1950s. They will marry and move on, but
The River Secrets.
Diane Dunning. Diane Dunning, $6.75
paper (68p), ISBN 978-0-9850381-1-3
A tale of love, passion, religion, murder,
and sin, in which a young woman is black-
mailed into a murder coverup when her
illicit affair is discovered.
Eucalyptus and Green Parrots.
Lori Eaton. Lori Eaton, $8.99 paper (250p),
Americans Virginia and Clem are liv-
ing in Buenos Aires when WWII erupts.
When Clem gets arrested, Virginia discov-
ers enemies frighteningly close to home.
The Constant Child.
K. M. Edwards. CreateSpace, $9.89 paper
(246p), ISBN 978-1-4681-2142-1
A 60-something widow returns to
the small river town where her long-lost
extended family still resides. A bitter-
sweet reunion is mixed with life-changing
Henrietta Elmore-Smith. Inkwater Press,
$17.95 paper (398p), ISBN 978-1-59299-
This is the story of Aris, a woman of
color, with the determination and where-
withal to succeed in the world of Beverly
The Angry Woman Suite.
Lee Fullbright. Telemachus Press, $9.99
paper (376p), ISBN 978-1-937698-53-9
Betrayal and a double murder define
generations of two Pennsylvania fami-
lies, spawning a deadly cycle of abuse in
a novel that spans the early 1900s to the
The Spirit Keeper.
Melissa Luznicky Garrett. CreateSpace,
$12.99 paper (334p), ISBN 978-1-4635-
Was the fire that killed Sarah Redbird’s
family an accident or a deliberate act of
revenge? What she learns is that some
secrets are better left unspoken.
Kimchee Days, or, Stoned-cold Warriors.
Timothy V. Gatto. The Oliver Arts and
Open Press, $19.95 paper (328p), ISBN
A comic novel about a Nike-Hercules
battery in Korea in the 1970s, drawn from
real duty in the Korean Air Defense Artil-
M. D. Grayson. Telemachus Press, $16.99
paper (349p), ISBN 978-0-9849518-4-0
Beautiful Seattle heiress Gina Fiore
has vanished. Desperate, her family turns
to Danny Logan, PI, and his crew in the
Danny Logan Mystery series debut.
Don Handfield. Sky Village Press, $12.99
paper (272p), ISBN 978-0-9854552-8-6
A love story about
football, farming, and a
truck. An aging farmer
on the brink of total
failure gets a chance
to go back to his high
school glory days and change his life. The
author wrote and directed the movie based
on the book.
Zero North Platte.
F. G. Harris. Vantage Press, $27.95 hardcover (242p), ISBN 978-053316457-8
An authentic, gritty, fast-paced western
that follows young rancher Ben Cole on a
perilous cattle drive between Denver and
Hat Creek Station, Wyo.
Death in the Saddle (Not a Western).
A. J. Harris. Murder Mystery Press, $15.95
paper (412p), ISBN 978-0-9829361-9-1
When billionaire real estate developer
Peter Bruxton is found murdered, it comes
as no surprise. In fact, the biggest challenge
facing the detectives charged with solving
the murder may be finding someone who
is not a suspect.
Partially Broken Never Destroyed.
Nataisha T. Hill. Tai-Lor Made Books,
$8.99 paper (224p), ISBN 978-0-
Caught up in a world of betrayal from an
abuser and dealing with a roommate who
is a glutton for punishment, Kayla is on a
Between the Shadow and the Flame.
Geoffrey Lee Hodge. Penumbra Invic-
tus, $17.95 paper (492p), ISBN 978-0-
The allegorical retelling of the history of
philosophy, as seen through the journey of
its three main characters.
Heather Hopkins. Vantage Press, $15.95
paper (288p), ISBN 978-053316476-9
Technological genius Veronica Stone
must stop a Russian scientist from uti-
lizing her invention, a holographic cell
phone, to weaponize a wasting disease that
spreads via sights and sounds.
Debra John. Balboa Press, $15.99 paper
(224p), ISBN 978-1-4525-4286-7
Based on true events in the life of the
author, Amelia’s Gift is an inspirational
story of Lisa, a woman who overcomes
adversity through spirituality.
Love in a Carry-on Bag.
Sadeqa Johnson. 12th Street Press, $14.95
paper (336p), ISBN 978-0-9847289-0-9