From the shores of The Great Lakes to the slums of Bombay and a tiny island in between, The Particular Appeal of Gillian Pugsley takes the reader on an intimate journey to unravel a family secret that’s lain hidden for generations.
"exuberantly readable... with a delicious twist at the end – recommended"
–Historical Novel Society
Ask for The Particular Appeal of Gillian Pugsley at your favorite bookstore!
With a debut that is at once hilarious and moving, Caitlin Hicks takes readers inside the malleable mind of a quirky adolescent in 1963 as Annie Shea tests her family’s strict boundaries and her own Theory of Expanded Love.
"Annie's disarming voice evokes nostalgia for a bygone era and hope for humanity in a weary, modern world."
"This worthy debut has a disarming humor."
"...enough charm to fill the corridors of Vatican City twice over."
Look for A Theory of Expanded Love at your favorite bookstore!
"Tea is how I love people."
Meet Sienna, whose spiritual gifts are the heart of the shop. Walk with her as she struggles to believe in miracles even while she walks in the shadow of death under the weight of temptation.
Tea makes Sienna remember. She remembers pain in order to hold fast the joy of her lost daughter and happiness gone in order to hold fast to Peter’s love. Tea is there with Sienna when every bit of her has been poured out. So are her friends. They keep vigil when all that’s left is faith, tea, and love.
Look for Tea and Crumples at your favorite bookstore November 2, 2015!
Author Betsy Streeter delivers her debut about finding where you belong, even if it involves time travel, shape shifting, and hacking.
Helen Silverwood, fourteen, is sick of life on the run with her mom and her younger brother. Nothing makes sense. She doesn’t understand why she has recurring dreams of shape-shifting creatures, why her mother is always disappearing, and how her brother can draw things that haven’t happened yet. Most of all, Helen longs to know what happened to her dad—is he imprisoned, a fugitive, or gone forever?
Silverwood is available everywhere books are sold!
The latest installment in the Peter Savage series launches the reader into a fast-paced, action-driven adventure confronting the greater questions of genocide, genetic manipulation, and the tipping point in the balance of world power.
When Peter Savage's son Ethan is kidnapped by rebel forces in Sudan while on a service trip, Peter will stop at nothing to get his son home. Recruiting old friends and tapping into the expertise of Commander James Nicolau, Peter puts together an unlikely rescue mission that will pit him against deadly forces. What Peter and his team find in the Sudan is a force far more sinister and dangerous than they could ever imagine. They are drawn into a much larger top-secret government mission, one that leads them to a hidden research site with an army of genetically-perfect soldiers.