This debut novel, set in Chicago’s
Wicker Park in the late 1990s, tells the
story of Michael Lira and his friends
as they try to get by in their changing
Jeanette Michelle. iUniverse, $20.95 paper
(348p), ISBN 978-1-4620-6491-5
A soap-opera–style drama based on real-
istic characters with a splash of fiction that
reveals the importance of family, extended
family, and close friends.
Wasique Mirza. Lulu, $17.49 paper (356p),
A political thriller/murder mystery
revolving around the complex and often
convoluted relationship between the
United States and Pakistan.
J. M. Mitchell. Prairie Plum Press, $24.95
hardcover (354p), ISBN 978-0-9852272-
In a story of our times—polarized soci-
ety and battles over government—Jack
Chastain, a park ranger in New Mexico, is
caught between warring factions.
Nine Lives: A Story of Horror.
George M. Moser. i Universe. $20.95 paper
(364p), ISBN 978-1-4697-5311-9
This debut novel is a quirky tale in
which a chilling horror rises from the most
unlikely of places.
Steve O’Brien. A&N Publishing, $14.95
hardcover (313p), ISBN 978-0-9820735-
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A thriller set in Washington, D.C.,
based on historical events and the docu-
mented teachings of the Posse Comitatus.
Mike Pace. River Point Press, $11 paper
(450p), ISBN 978-0-615-51842-8
A smalltown sheriff
investigates a string of
student suicides and
that the victims had
been hypnotized by
a Satanic light acci-
dentally released after
being buried for over 2,000 years.
Seeing in the Dark: Arielle’s Story.
Judith Peck. Wasteland Press, $19.95
paper (433p), ISBN 978-1-60047-642-6
Arielle, a bright, beautiful electrical
engineer, must navigate a difficult and
dangerous marriage and then counter
the destructive choices of her grown
Queen of the Jews.
Judy Petsonk. Blair Books, $15.99 paper
(288p), ISBN 978-1-4701-6093-7
The remarkable rule of Queen Salome
Alexandra (Shalom-Zion) of Judea, sponsor
of the Pharisees, and her stormy relation-
ship with her husband, King Alexander
Secrets of a Boy, Lost.
William C. Prentiss. AuthorHouse,
$28.95 hardcover (290p), ISBN 978-1-
An orphaned 15-year-old boy runs away
to search for a new life and meets many
crises. A semiautobiograhical coming-of-
Jessica Roberts. Jessica Roberts, $2.99
e-book (343p), ISBN 978-0-615-60117-5
What if six perfect months with a
dream guy turned out to be nothing but
A Field of Poppies.
Sharon Sala. Sharon Sala Books, $16.99
paper (454p), ISBN 978-1-4699-3717-5
A story spanning
years in the lives of
two families, unknow-
ingly bound together
until an old secret is
revealed, destroying all
they thought they knew
to be true.
The Last Mercenary.
Lee Schomaker. Dog Ear Publishing.
$15.95 paper (285p), ISBN 978-1-4575-
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A former law professor at the Uni-
versity of Rome and now the CEO of
Døti Enterprises, Drago Hawkwood
conceives himself to be a modern-day
mercenary similar to his legendary
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