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  • Maryby Janis Cooke Newman

    MP Publishing 2009; US$ 5.99

    An engrossing novel about Mary Todd Lincoln ? one of history?s most misunderstood and enigmatic women. Writing from Bellevue asylum ? where the shrieks of the other inmates keep her awake at night ? a famous widow can finally share the story of her life in her own words. From her tempestuous childhood in a slave-holding Southern family through the... more...

  • Cormacby Sonny Brewer

    MP Publishing 2007; US$ 5.99

    Cormac ? a dark-red Golden Retriever who has always been afraid of thunderstorms and lightning flashes ? runs away one stormy night while his master is away. So begins a strange adventure that lands Cormac in the back of a red pickup truck driven by a mysterious woman, takes him to a series of dog pounds and rescue shelters, and ultimately brings him... more...

  • Pretty Is as Pretty Doesby Alison Clement

    MP Publishing 2001; US$ 3.99

    Lucy Fooshee is a fish out of water. Living in a small Midwestern town where behavior is prescribed and expectations limited, this local beauty queen had pinned her hopes on marriage, only to be disappointed. 'Pretty Is As Pretty Does' is an understated black comedy with an unlikely heroine. Bright, funny, mean, egocentric, and self-deceiving Lucy... more...

  • Sparrowhawk IIIby Edward Cline

    MP Publishing 2004; US$ 5.99

    Third in the popular historical series, 'Sparrowhawk' Book Three follows Jack Frake (Book One) and Hugh Kenrick (Book Two) as they meet in Colonial Virginia. Jack is a successful planter who has gained a lifetime of experience since he was brought to Virginia as an indentured felon. Hugh, after completing his education in Philadelphia, decides not... more...

  • Sun Cityby Joseph Di Prisco

    MP Publishing 2002; US$ 3.99

    'Sun City' is a tale of professional blackjack players and counters, set largely in Las Vegas and South Africa. The first strand of the story zeroes in on Dolly Leone, a gambler of unmatched proportions who is close to skipping town due to unpaid monies to his bookmaker. As luck would have it, at this moment Dolly uncovers the manuscripts of a member... more...

  • Welcome to Higbyby Mark Dunn

    MP Publishing 2002; US$ 5.99

    Following the national success of 'Ella Minnow Pea', this second novel from Mark Dunn brings the same charm and love of good language to a small town in the South. 'Welcome to Higby' follows the hilarious goings-on in a small town in northern Mississippi over Labor Day weekend. The weaving of narratives brings us Stewie Kipp and Marci Luck, whose love... more...

  • Politically Inspiredby Stephen Elliott

    MP Publishing 2003; US$ 3.99

    The news media can?t help but leave out a certain personal element from every story. Reading fiction gives us the freedom to envision unlikely connections between characters, overhear conversations in bedrooms and on neighborhood streets, focus in on a child?s thoughts, and linger in unfamiliar places. Politically Inspired is a collection of thirty... more...

  • Our Lady of Painby Elena Forbes

    MP Publishing 2008; US$ 6.99

    On a snowy February morning, London art dealer Rachel Tenison goes for a jog through a dark and deserted Holland Park. Still giddy from the previous evening, her legs wobbly from too much drink and too little sleep, she trips and falls at the bottom of an icy hill. Lying on her back, enjoying the sensation of snowflakes melting on her skin, she savors... more...

  • Dogfaceby Jeff Garigliano

    MP Publishing 2008; US$ 4.99

    A sharp, dark, humorous debut about a teenage commando wannabe who runs amok in a boot camp for juvenile delinquents. Fourteen-year-old Loren is obsessed with all things military: Special Forces, secret missions, rules, and regulations ? it?s all so finite and orderly. Especially compared to other parts of Loren?s life. His mom, for example, keeps... more...

  • The Anomaliesby Joey Goebel

    MP Publishing 2003; US$ 4.99

    'The Anomalies' is the story of five quirky nonconformists who come together to make rock music in their small Midwestern town primarily inhabited by tiny-minded, walking stereotypes. Twenty-four-year-old Luster, who lives in the ghetto with his crack-dealing brothers, wants the ultimate form of the American dream ? rock stardom. Sex-crazed Opal lives... more...