I Had to Survive – Roberto Canessa

On October 12, 1972, a Uruguayan Air Force plane carrying members of the “Old Christians” rugby team—and many of their friends and family members—crashed into the Andes Mountains. I Had to Survive offers a gripping and heartrending recollection of the harrowing brink-of-death experience that propelled survivor Roberto Canessa to become one of the world’s leading pediatric cardiologists. As he tended to his wounded teammates amidst the devastating carnage of the wreck, rugby player Roberto Canessa, a second-year medical student at the time, realized that no ...    Read More >


The Skin Above My Knee – Marcia Butler

The unflinching story of a professional oboist who finds order and beauty in music as her personal life threatens to destroy her. Music was everything for Marcia Butler. Growing up in an emotionally desolate home with an abusive father and a distant mother, she devoted herself to the discipline and rigor of the oboe, and quickly became a young prodigy on the rise in New York City’s competitive music scene. But haunted by troubling childhood memories while balancing the challenges of a busy life as ...    Read More >


Planet Police – Natalie Vellacott

Natalie Vellacott worked in Sussex Police for almost a decade, during which time she investigated almost every type of crime from traffic offences, thefts and minor assaults to burglaries, rape and murder. These revealing and often humorous stories from the frontline of policing address the questions Natalie is most frequently asked as a former “cop”: what is the worst incident you dealt with? the funniest? the craziest? the most serious? She also shares personal life experiences, showing how these impacted the way she dealt with ...    Read More >


My name is Not Jacob Ramsay – Ben Trebilcook

Michael Thompson is a counsellor to some of the most disaffected and challenging teenagers in South London, with pupils ranging from gang members, special needs, migrants and refugees from war-torn countries. It is when he is lured by undercover detectives, from a specialist gang unit, to become a registered informant and spy on his own students, that Michael quickly finds himself in extreme danger and hostile territory. When Michael’s father, Edward, a former secret intelligence officer, learns of his son’s distress, he sets out to ...    Read More >


The Munich Girl – Phyllis Edgerly Ring

Anna Dahlberg grew up eating dinner under her father’s war-trophy portrait of Eva Braun. Fifty years after the war, she discovers what he never did—that her mother and Hitler’s mistress were friends. The secret surfaces with a mysterious monogrammed handkerchief, and a man, Hannes Ritter, whose Third Reich family history is entwined with Anna’s. Plunged into the world of the “ordinary” Munich girl who was her mother’s confidante—and a tyrant’s lover—Anna finds her every belief about right and wrong challenged. With Hannes’s help, she retraces ...    Read More >


Hart Broken (The Hart Series, Book 1) – Annie Arcane

Mickey Hart doesn’t do one-night stands. Until she wakes up in a luxury penthouse. With nothing but a t-shirt. And no idea who it belongs to. Enter Cale Windermere. Driven. Ambitious. Successful. And so gorgeous he could’ve walked straight out of a romance novel… Except I can’t walk. Not that it ever stops me from getting what I want. And I want her. Even if she’s keeping secrets. That could tear me to shreds.    Read More >


Wasteful Management- A New Beginning – Michael McGuerty

Wasteful Management is a satirical black comedy mystery that goes after the true villains in our global society; essentially, the leaders of the military industrial complex. Sometime in the present, corporate tyranny reigns supreme. To stop this madness, what can one person do? What can anybody do? Impassioned environmental activist and nightclub saxophonist Michael Quinn, and his techie guru sidekick, Simon, the mischievous circus clown, believe they, and the ubiquitous Wasteful Management team, have the answer for one day… several multinational corporation chief executive officers ...    Read More >


Old Habits – Ben Trebilcook

Joe Brady was cynical, exhausted-of-life and people. He sat, bare-chested, on the edge of the bed, in his boxers. His body was a road map of scars and burns. He was worn from bullets, cuts, scrapes and old stitches. He was unshaven and his hairline was heavily receded and what was left was gray and patchy. He didn’t care and why should he? He didn’t care too much about anything, especially fashion. Brady appeared trance-like. His eyes were glassy as he stared at the x-ray ...    Read More >


Divorce: The Art of Screwing Up Your Children – Howard Drutman

Divorcing, divorced, or just separated? Worried about screwing up your children? Looking for information on how to protect your children from the negative emotional aftereffects of divorce? Then this is the book for you. Using satire as a tool, Divorce: The Art of Screwing Up Your Children will entertain you while educating you on the complex emotional world of children dealing with parents who are divorcing or divorced. Ultimately this book teaches parents the behaviors to avoid, minimizing the adverse effects of divorce on their ...    Read More >