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Drunk at the State Department

William V. P. Newlin

 

$17.00 USD, Trade Paper Original and Ebook

May 2019  |  ISBN 978-1-94042-314-2

 

A Memoir. Mad Men meets the Foreign Service in this candid depiction of the hidden worlds of a high-functioning alcoholic.

 

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Sacred Bones, by Michael Spring, published by Four Winds Press

Sacred Bones

Michael Spring

 

$14.95 USD, Trade Paper Original and Ebook

July 2015  |  ISBN 978-1-940423-10-4

 

Based on the true story of Deusdona (“God’s gift”), a ninth-century Roman deacon who worked in the catacombs digging up worthless bones and selling them off as the holy remains of saints and martyrs.

 

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The Ambassador to Brazil, by Peter Hornbostel, published by Four Winds Press

The Ambassador to Brazil

Peter Hornbostel

 

$15.95 USD, Trade Paper Original and Ebook

June 2015  |  ISBN 978-1-940423-11-1

 

Anthony Carter is the United States Ambassador to Brazil in March 1964, when a secret task force of U.S. warships sets sail to help the military in a planned coup d’état. Hornbostel weaves fact and fiction to tell a tale of political intrigue, a love affair with a Brazilian mistress, Marina, and Carter’s struggle between the deceptions that surround his public work and the intensity of his private life.

 

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Apples and Oranges, by Maarten Asscher, published by Four Winds Press

Apples and Oranges

Maarten Asscher

 

$15.95 USD, First U.S. Trade Paper Original and Ebook

March 2015  |  ISBN 978-1-940423-06-7

 

Are comparisons across genres inherently invalid, or can they be illuminating? In 22 wide-ranging essays, Dutch author Maarten Asscher maintains that comparisons can be the highest form of argument

 

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17 Stone Angels, by Stuart Archer Cohen, published by Four Winds Press

17 Stone Angels

Stuart Archer Cohen

 

$15.95 USD, First U.S. Trade Paper Original and Ebook

July 2014  |  ISBN 978-1-940423-05-0

 

Crimes of the lowest and highest order come together in Buenos Aires, one of the most dangerous and beautiful cities on earth, when corrupt police chief Miguel Fortunato is assigned to invesitgate a murder he committed.

 

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The Voyage of the UnderGod, by Kirby Smith, published by Four Winds Press

The Voyage of the UnderGod

Kirby Smith

 

$15.95 USD, Trade Paper Original and Ebook

August 2014  |  ISBN 978-1-940423-02-9

 

A political satire about charismatic right-winger Luther Dorsey’s last grasp for the greatness he thinks he deserves, UnderGod tells the tale of a reality-TV tall ship’s sailing voyage around Cape Horn.

 

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Laughing Cult, by Kevin McCaffrey, published by Four Winds Press

Laughing Cult

Kevin McCaffrey

 

$13.95 USD, Trade Paper Original and Ebook

April 2014  |  ISBN 978-1-940423-00-5

 

A highly accessible collection that combines a quirky sensibility with traditional poetic forms to create miniature sketches marked by romantic ambiguity, occultism, science fiction, and quirky angst.

 

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Invisible World, by Stuart Archer Cohen, published by Four Winds Press

Invisible World

Stuart Archer Cohen

 

$15.95 USD, Trade Paper and Ebook

July 2014  |  ISBN 978-1-940423-04-3

 

An invitation from a dead man propels Chicagoan Andrew Mann to abandon his mundane existence and embark on a perilous journey from Hong Kong to Inner Mongolia in search of a fabled map of the Invisible World.

 

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