Race You: and Other Stories for Young Readers, Sally Gould

Action & Adventure, Anthology, Children & Picture Book, Literature & Fiction, Middle Grade Fiction

In Race You, Travis and his brother race each other everywhere. That changes when Travis breaks his leg, but then he discovers there is a bright side to having crutches. In The Pretender, Sam loves to pretend. Sometimes he pretends to be a knight. Sometimes he pretends to be a samurai. And sometimes he pretends to be a … Read more

Ezkeel in Cite Soleil, David Thatcher Wilson

Christian Fiction, Horror & Occult, Literature & Fiction, Mystery & Suspense

The smell was bad enough to curl the hairs in your nose — a combination of hot dust, hot bodies, hot excrement, dead fish, dead animals and dead dreams. Pastè Daniel stood in the pile of debris that had once been his church and shook his head. Merde, he thought. How on earth am I … Read more

The Battle, Dormaine G

Literature & Fiction, Mystery & Suspense, Supernatural & Paranormal, Teen & Young Adult

How far would you go to survive? Connor I have trained and shed blood to protect Earth, but my enemies want war. Though I’m the only descendant of the powerful ruler of Ether, my blood is key to his survival. Against wise council, I’ve joined forces with our adversary: Ronin. Risking everything, I fled to … Read more

Terror in Ypsilanti: John Norman Collins Unmasked, Gregory A. Fournier

NonFiction, True Story & True Crime

Between the summers of 1967 through 1969, before the term serial killer was coined, a predatory killer stalked the campuses of Eastern Michigan University and the University of Michigan seeking prey until he made the arrogant mistake of killing his last victim in the basement of his uncle’s home. All-American boy John Norman Collins was … Read more

On Desert Sands: Men on the Line, Teresa L. Arrowood

Literature & Fiction, Military Fiction, Romance

When it came to romance, Sara Crowder thought that was a closed door to her. Having fallen for her high school sweetheart and marrying young, she thought she had a perfect life. But no one told her about the casualties of war. In the years since she had been widowed, she married once more, this … Read more