Fiction

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    Purgatory Gardens
    A Novel
    By Peter Lefcourt
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Sammy Dee is a mid-level Long Island mafioso in witness protection. Didier Onyekachukwu was the corrupt minister of finance of the former Upper Volta. Both men find themselves in middle age, living in the Southern California version of genteel poverty in a down-market condo complex called Paradise Gardens.... [READ MORE]
    Lincoln's Assassin
    The Unsolicited Confessions of John Wilkes Booth
    By J F Pennington
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    A riveting, fictionalized confessional of John Wilkes Booth that evokes a world of conspiracy, political duplicity, and theatricality.In 1890, actor John Wilkes Booth—long presumed dead—emerged from twenty-five years of anonymity in his wilderness refuge to expose those truly responsible for the Lincoln... [READ MORE]
    Cut and Cover
    A Thriller
    By Kevin Hurley
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    “A resounding character study just as much as it is an action novel, and both are equally triumphant.” —Kirkus Reviews To most people, Maj. John Rexford is a retired Marine living in the Catskill Mountains of New York on disability. Even John’s girlfriend, Maggie, has no idea he’s really a CIA spook... [READ MORE]
    Dead Boys
    By Gabriel Squailia
    (Talos)
    A decade dead, Jacob Campbell is a preservationist, providing a kind of taxidermy to keep his clients looking lifelike for as long as the forces of entropy will allow. But in the Land of the Dead, where the currency is time itself and there is little for corpses to do but drink, thieve, and gamble eternity... [READ MORE]
    Looking Through Water
    A Novel
    By Bob Rich
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    More than one man’s journey to self-awareness, this is a raw, honest coming-of-age story that reveals the true meaning of family. In Looking Through Water, William McKay finds himself reliving his past to help his troubled grandson, Kyle, deal with the present. William’s story starts on an Adirondacks... [READ MORE]
    A Shadow on the Wall
    A Novel
    By Jonathan Aycliffe
    (Night Shade Books)
    Some things are best left undisturbed . . .In the countryside of Victorian England, Edward Atherton, rector of Thornham St. Stephen, has taken on the arduous task of restoring the ancient church. But he should never have meddled with the tomb that lay beneath the church’s crumbling walls. The moment... [READ MORE]
    Kill by Numbers
    In the Wake of the Templars Book Two
    By Loren Rhoads
    (Night Shade Books)
    Former assassin Raena Zacari thinks she’s left the past behind. The Imperial torturer who trained her is dead; the human empire is disbanded; and she is finally free.But Raena is troubled by a series of nightmares that always seem to end with her shooting an ex-lover in the head. She needs to get her... [READ MORE]
    The Nomination
    A Novel of Suspense
    By William G. Tapply
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    The Nomination is a fast-paced action and suspense thriller that brings events from the final days of the Vietnam War into direct conflict with contemporary American politics. Vietnam War hero and Massachusetts Judge Thomas Larrigan is hand-picked by his friend the president to fill the upcoming vacancy... [READ MORE]
    Favorite Sons
    A Novel
    By Robin Yocum
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Narrator of Favorite Sons Hutch Van Buren is fifteen years old, playing sports and searching for arrowheads in a small industrial town in Ohio with his three closest friends when an altercation between the comrades and Petey Sanchez, a troubled seventeen- year-old, leads to Petey’s accidental death.... [READ MORE]
    Doing Time
    25 Years of Prison Writing
    Edited by Bell Gale Chevigny, Foreword by Helen Prejean
    (Arcade Publishing)
    “Doing time.” For prison writers, it means more than serving a sentence; it means staying alive and sane, preserving dignity, reinventing oneself, and somehow retaining one’s humanity. For the last quarter century the prestigious writers’ organization PEN has sponsored a contest for writers behind bars... [READ MORE]
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