Whether you call Cape Cod a man-made island or describe it as a geographic peninsula connected to the mainland by bridges, there is one non-debatable fact. Cape Cod is surrounded by water on all four sides, jutting out prominently into the Atlantic Ocean. This characteristic accounts in large measure for its history, its economic development,
“Heart-wrenching moments of emotional struggle are presented with insight and compassion… a fascinating read that one will not soon forget.” (US Review of Books) Set during the Depression in the South Chicago neighborhood of Sinclair’s The Jungle, Betty O’Leary’s family struggles to scrape by in this harsh, foul-smelling, yet compassionate area. The youngest in her Irish
A young Joe Turner returns to defend Allston Walker, a man charged with the bloody attempted murder of a racist caretaker in this gripping courtroom thriller. Images of the vicious crime have Joe flashing back to a life-altering crime he witnessed as a child while he hurdles headlong into a steamy romance. In the tension-filled
There is a need for a new generation of politicians to change the world, and Emmanuel Macron could very well be a prototype. Macron Unveiled examines Macron’s first four years as France’s president, scrutinizing Macron’s personality, his way of solving problems, his sources of inspiration, his mistakes, his difficulties, as well as the impact he may already
“The Haunting of Kinnawe House” is a ghost story that spans two eras in American history. Matthew Rollins, an aspiring singer/songwriter, takes a job as caretaker of Kinnawe House in Agamenticus, Maine. The haunting begins immediately upon Matthew’s arrival, when the ghost of his mother appears. Threatening, ghostly strangers stalk the property. The cellar is filled
Sportsmanship with youth carries a spirit that we all can restore with focus and effort. Score is a five-part series exploring our individual roles instilling healthy sportsmanship and a working plan to do so. We are looking to develop a spirit in sport where victory is not measured in the stands and on the benches; where children,
The first shots of the American Revolution. The battles of Lexington, Concord, and Bunker Hill. The British major at Lexington shouting, “Disperse, you damned rebels!” The American colonel at Bunker Hill calmly saying, “Don’t fire until you see the whites of their eyes!” “The White Cockade” is the story of the early days of the American
Countless reports from credible individuals suggest that something shocking may be stalking the woods of the southern United States—something massive, bipedal, and covered in hair. Tales of these Southern Sasquatch creatures—such as the one made famous by the 1972 horror movie The Legend of Boggy Creek—date back to the very origins of Deep South history and
For the second time in human history, we are on the verge of broad new breakthroughs in health, productivity, and personal freedom. And many-to-many networks are the reason. In business, government, and war, information is no longer the privilege of a powerful few. Now everyone knows what anyone knows, and we are applying that diversity
Attorney Shawn Rossi could have earned a fortune. He could have worked at big firms in booming cities and sunnier climes. Instead, he returned to Pittsburgh, the struggling steel town of his youth—to help regular people. And now he’s doubting his life decisions. His wife has just died, and his teenage daughters are getting piercings
From the decks of offshore scallop boats in the North Atlantic to the backwoods of the Maritime Provinces, “Feather White” chronicles a young man’s emergence from an alcoholic family and his search for his missing pieces. His quest leads to building a handmade log cabin in Nova Scotia in 1974 during what was still the height of
A return trip to the land of his ancestors is about to turn deadly for one whistleblowing Chicago banker. When financial executive Bob Vanags takes a job at ominous Turaida Bank in Latvia, he hopes to learn of his heritage and to fight economic fraud in Eastern Europe. Instead, Bob finds himself pulled into a
In 1842, every resident of Copper Harbor, MI disappeared without a trace. In 2019, Bill Hitze and his son Brandon make a gruesome discovery while fishing on Lake Superior that starts to shed light on the old mystery. According to Professor Stephanie Crowe, an Ojibwa legend predicts that the town’s residents will be lost again.
M. Ward Leon is a former advertising creative director who started his career at Doyle Dane Bernbach, New York, during the Madmen era. While at DDB his writing on the Volkswagen Rabbit campaign won him inclusion into the Smithsonian Institution Advertising Archives. Recently his writing has earned him two Emmy Awards for Public Service advertising.
“A powerful, well-written story of love, hate, friendship, ambition, and so much more, delivered with characters you won’t soon forget.” (Sublime Book Review) It is the end of the 18th century on a mountain range in Bohemia. Lost souls who search desperately for love, family, and acceptance will go to the extreme lengths of
On the morning of her 55th birthday, Audrey takes stock of her life and finds it lacking. While she’s done well, she’s missing something important – a mate. She is also rocked by the 2016 election and wonders if it’s possible to be a feminist in the current political environment. In a fit of desperation,