Briefly Noted

Fiction
Vickie Fee
Kensington
304 pages
$7.99

"Together, Liv and Di follow a trail of sinister secrets in their sweet little town that leads them from drug smugglers to a Civil War battlefield, and just when they think they're whistling Dixie, Liv and Di will find themselves squarely in the crosshairs of the least likely killer of all. . ."

--From the publisher

Poetry
Jeff Hardin
Aldrich Press
74 pages
$14

"In Small Revolution Jeff Hardin is a day-to-day wizard, a shaman of moments. He praises those who converse with dragon flies, willows and people no longer here; those who are off “studying moss,/finger-nudging an ant,/shrugging at evidence,/believing/otherwise.” "

--Bill Brown, author of The News Inside and Elemental

Fiction
Claudia Barnett
Carnegie Mellon
136 pages
$16.95

‘I like the look of agony, because I know it’s true,’ says the murderous heroine of the new play No. 731 Degraw-street, Brooklyn. If you recognize that line as Emily Dickinson, then this Victorian-set, true-crime drama is for you.”

—Nelson Pressley, Washington Post

Nonfiction
Roger Kreuz
The MIT Press
248 pages
$24.95

"The book is helpful for the adult language student but also full of useful information that we can use in other learning situations."

--Cosmos Magazine

Nonfiction
Even Stevens
Heritage Builders
250 pages
$22.95

"Someday I’m Gonna Rent This Town! is a peek behind the musical curtain, written with humor and truth, revealing the struggles and glories of life as a hit songwriter"

--From the publisher

Nonfiction
Charlene and Peanutt Montgomery
Heritage Builders
300 pages
$16.95

"George Jones lived a storied life, but his career was not without controversies. This book reveals fascinating, intimate details about the life of George Jones that have never before been published. "

--From the publisher

Fiction
Dewey Lambdin
Thomas Dunne Books
352 pages
$26.99

“Check the log, shipmate: Dewey Lambdin has left Alexander Kent and C. S. Forester hull-down in an ocean of words and is closing on Patrick O’Brian as the most prolific historical novelist to celebrate a Royal Navy mariner during the age of sail."

--The Washington Post

Nonfiction
Justin B. Bradford & Pete Weber
Arcadia Publishing
128 pages
$21.99

"Author Justin Bradford details the fascinating history through unique player anecdotes and perspectives from those involved in the teams rise to prominence."

--From the publisher