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Baseball’s No-Hit Wonders

Dirk Lammers

BASEBALL’S NO-HIT WONDERS

The first book of its kind in fifteen years fleshes out the colorful characters, compelling narratives, and statistical oddities from baseball’s 291 (8/17/2015) no-hit efforts—as well as the many near-misses that are also part of the national pastime’s storied history.

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Maisie at 8000 Feet

Frederick Reuss

MAISIE AT 8000 FEET

From the lauded author of Mohr and A Geography of Secrets, comes the wrenching story of a motherless girl who can fly and the complex woman she becomes when she tries to put her life on solid ground.

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One from Without

Jack Fuller

ONE FROM WITHOUT

When a hacker penetrates the enormous database of a credit reporting firm, it threatens the CEO’s plan for turning the company into a tech giant. Make the security breach public or hope the problem goes away? For each of the firm’s senior executives, answering that question will reveal who they really are.

An ex-CIA operative turned CFO joins a data mining corporation bent on a hostile takeover of a rival company in this corporate Board Room thriller.

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Ad In Ad Out: Collected Tennis Articles of Michael Mewshaw 1982-2015

Michael Mewshaw

AD IN AD OUT: COLLECTED TENNIS ARTICLES OF MICHAEL MEWSHAW 1982-2015

A long-standing tennis reporter and investigative critic of both the men’s and women’s professional tours compiles articles that span more than 30 years of tennis and reflects on how the tour has changed and how it has failed to change, while offering behind the scenes views of the sometimes shocking issues and scandals that surround the game and its sometimes over-sized, best-known personalities.

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American Copper

Shann Ray

AMERICAN COPPER

Coming Fall 2015
Set in Montana during the early part of the twentieth century, this is a powerful novel that explores cultural conflicts and class divisions of the time, featuring an unlikely love triangle between a copper baron’s daughter, a lonely and angry orphaned bull rider turned barroom boxer, and a Cheyenne team roper with a family history going back to the Sand Creek massacre.

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The Lower Quarter

Elise Blackwell

THE LOWER QUARTER

Coming Fall 2015
The man murdered during Katrina in a hotel room two blocks from her art-restoration studio was closely tied to Johanna’s being kidnapped into sexual slavery in Belgium ten years ago. Missing from the crime scene is a valuable artwork painted in 1926 by a renowned Belgian artist (Eugeen Van Mieghem), which had once been owned by the man who paid for her virginity.

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Dreams of the Red Phoenix

Virginia Pye

DREAMS OF THE RED PHOENIX

Coming Fall 2015
In the dangerous summer of 1937, American missionary Shirley Carson grieves for her husband, recently lost and presumed dead in a landslide in North China. As she prepares to return to the United States with her teenage son, the Japanese Imperial Army launches an attack in the nearby countryside and Chinese peasants swarm into the mission compound for protection.

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The Book of Colors

Raymond Barfield

THE BOOK OF COLORS

How can a 19-year-old, mixed-race girl who grew up in a crack house and is now pregnant be so innocent? Yslea is full of contradictions, though, seeming both young and old, innocent and wise. Her spirit is surprising, given all the pain she has endured, and that’s the counterpoint this story offers—while she sees pain and suffering all around her, Yslea overcomes in her own quiet way.

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Old Heart

Peter Ferry

OLD HEART

When the widowed Tom Johnson sneaks away to the Netherlands—where once, during World War II, he imagined building a life with his only real love—what he finds is much more than he had any right to dream of.

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The Lighthouse Road

Peter Geye

THE LIGHTHOUSE ROAD

A generational immigrant saga of logging camps, desperate winters, whiskey smuggling, heartache, boat building and dangerous love.

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UNBRIDLED BLOG

Jack Fuller, 1946-2016

Jack Fuller, 1946-2016

“The passing of Jack Fuller is inexpressibly sad and difficult. Our hearts go out to his family. It was a tremendous privilege to know and be allowed to publish this man, whose brilliant writing may only be exceeded by his intellectual curiosity and good will toward his fellow man. His interests, like his career, had a breathtaking scope. A conversation with Jack was always profound and entertaining. He was truly one of the good guys, someone who tried to make the world that much better. We’re glad we were able to launch into that world his final novel, a masterpiece which he said took him a lifetime to be ready to write.”

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