• Literary Fiction
      January 2012

      Best Paris Stories

      Anthology of the winners of the Paris Short Story Contest

      by Marie Houzelle

      For some, Paris is home, for others, merely a dream. By turns humorous, bittersweet, historical or surreal, each of these carefully selected stories invites us to explore a different facet of Paris. BEST PARIS STORIES brings together the

    • Teaching, Language & Reference
      January 2009

      Sorbonne Confidential

      by Laurel Zuckerman

      After losing her high tech job in Paris, Alice Wunderland dreams of a new, unemployment-proof career as English teacher and decides to dedicate a year to training for France's prestigious competitive exam; After all, she reasons, how hard can it be for

    • 20th century history: c 1900 to c 2000
      May 2011

      WWII Voices

      by Hilary Kaiser

      These oral histories give voice to both American veterans who chose to reside in France after World War II and to French women who married GIs and subsequently emigrated to the United States. Author Hilary Kaiser introduces us into the lives of sevent

    • Adventure
      January 2012

      Eden's Trial

      by Barry Kirwan

      First contact did not go well. Survivors are fleeing Earth, into a hostile galaxy where alien intelligence and weaponry rule. Can a deserted planet offer refuge? Or will the genetically engineered Alicians finish the job started on Eden? While Blake fe

    • Adventure
      November 2013

      Eden's Revenge

      by Barry Kirwan

      After eighteen years, the quarantine that has protected humanity's survivors on the planet Esperia is about to end. Mankind won't stand a chance without external help. Yet in the middle of a galactic war, who is concerned about one small planet when world

    • Adventure
      January 2011

      The Eden Paradox

      by Barry Kirwan

      A murder... a new planet mankind desperately needs... a thousand-year old conspiracy... What really awaits us on Eden? In a world beset by political turmoil, environmental collapse, and a predatory new religion, a recently discovered planet, Eden, is o

    • Fiction
      January 2016

      Bonds of Love and Blood

      by Marylee Macdonald

      Whether far from home or longing to escape, the people in these stories find themselves displaced from their normal routines. They misread the signals and wind up stranded on lonely beaches or seizing the moment before happiness flits away. <br /

    • Literary Fiction
      January 2015

      Tita

      by Marie Houzelle

      This book is a delight! - Anne Korkeakivi Like Louise Fitzhugh's classic Harriet the Spy, the story is powered by a precocious and independent loner who

    • Fiction
      September 2016

      Drifting Too Far From The Shore

      by Niles Reddick

      "Chock full of humor, Drifting too Far From the Shore is a beautiful story that makes you feel like you have been transported back to small town America." - Winston Groom, author of Forrest Gump Readers will fa

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