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  • Motagua Colonialby Lawrence H. Feldman

    Bitingduck Press 1998; US$ 10.95

    The Classic era centers of Quirigua and Copan are the eastern most outposts of early Mayan civilization. The Middle Motagua served as the source of Mesoamerica's most precious material. It was the home of the jade that was so highly valued by ancient peoples. With the fall, close to 1000 A.D. of Quirigua, Copan and their satellite communities,... more...

  • The Spymasterby Donald Freed

    Bitingduck Press 1996; US$ 7.50

    With this novel, the author of Inquest and Executive Action has managed fiction-created-from-fact that transcends and informs fact -- an electrifying saga of a remarkable man's public and private lives that is perhaps to the secret world of spydom what The Godfather was to oragnized crime. The Spymaster is Vivian T. Prescott, an American golden boy... more...

  • The Second Oswaldby Richard. H. Popkin

    Bitingduck Press 1996; US$ 7.50

    Who killed Kennedy? Many keen minds have their doubts about the findings of the Warren Commission. Could Oswald have fired 3 shots in 5.6 seconds with the inaccurate rifle he had - and hit a moving target? Did he even kill patrolman Tippit (the bullets in the body were smaller than the barrel of his revolver)? Was the brown paper bag made only to attract... more...

  • Writing Fiction and Poetryby Sally Sullivan

    Bitingduck Press 1995; US$ 7.50

    "Our meddling intellect misshapes the beauteous forms of things; we murder to dissect," Wordsworth cautioned at the dawning of a new age of science and technology. It is a caution that, in addition to applying to the study of art and nature, might also apply to our investigation of the creative process, which has engaged the meddling minds... more...

  • The Basketball Expatriateby C. Bradford Eastland

    Bitingduck Press 1999; US$ 7.50

    When is a story about a basketball player not even about basketball? When the basketball player spends a couple hundred pages trying to convince you that it is. A nameless man boards a plane in Los Angeles, headed for London. A ballplayer. Or at least until recently. Injuries have compelled the worst team in professional basketball to cut him from... more...

  • Sick and Full of Burningby Kelly Cherry

    Bitingduck Press 1999; US$ 7.50

    Is there any hope for a hypereducated thirty-year-old med student who would like nothing better than to be taken seriously sexually? That's what Mary "Tennessee" Settleworth, the dislocated heroine of this unsettling and wryly comic first novel, is wondering. Tennessee, a native of Knoxville, is an all-around heretic: a Southerner who's happier up... more...

  • Painting Treesby Naomi Myles

    Bitingduck Press 1999; US$ 7.50

    With quiet surety, Naomi Myles cultivates a contemplative wordscape allowing that ? . . . some roots be hidden and some exposed.? And in this crafted world we are asked to think of windows framing the past, some inhabitants in sharp focus, others, ?lights that flicker and go out.? ?Julie Suk Naomi Myles creates on aura of possibility in Painting Trees... more...

  • The Shasta Gateby Dick Croy

    Bitingduck Press 1999; US$ 7.50

    Although The Shasta Gate is a serious first novel examining love, consciousness and the nature of reality, author Dick Croy is aiming at a much larger audience than such a description is likely to attract. So what his vividly realized tale appears to be is a romantic adventure set at the foot of California?s legendary Mt. Shasta, involving horses,... more...

  • Time Off For Murderby Zelda Popkin

    Bitingduck Press 1999; US$ 7.50

    Zelda Popkin made a definite place for herself when her first mystery novel Death Wears a White Gardenia was published. The New York Times Book Review said: "Zelda Popkin has a genuine talent for writing mystery stories." The Saturday Review's Guide to Detective Fiction, The Criminal Record , pronounced the Verdict, "Good!" In Time Off For Murder Mary... more...

  • Tomorrow Finally Cameby G. Darwin Braund

    Bitingduck Press 2000; US$ 7.50

    A review from the PENN STATER , Sept./Oct. 1997: ?. . .Braund's descriptions of his agricultural mission will interest some readers, but many will be more taken with the depictions of an American tackling life in post-Soviet Poland. The conditions may be spartan, but the hospitality of his newfound Polish friends brings a warm glow to the recollections.... more...