Ghosts of Canopus: The War Diary of a Lucky Old Lady
From the historic archives of WWII comes Mama-san, the ship the enemy could not sink. A dusty war diary chronicles her last stand at the battle of Manila Bay - in the center of the bull's-eye.
Journey to Eleusis: A Metaphorical Monomyth.
Eleusis is a mystical, ethereal and cathartic collection of tales that trace a path through the depths of human despair, self-examination and the transformational path from sorrow to peace, and beyond, to a sacred union.
The Boy Who Shot the Sheriff: The Redemption of Herbert Niccolls Jr.
In 1931, a 12-year-old boy shot and killed the sheriff of Asotin, Wash. The incident stunned the small town, and a mob threatened to hang him. Both the crime and Herbert Niccolls' eventual sentence of life imprisonment at the Washington State Penitentiary in Walla Walla drew national attention, only to be buried later in local archives.
This book explores this little-known story of a young boy's fate in the juvenile justice system during the bloodiest years in the nation's penitentiaries.
About Sourdough and Commitment.
This memoir traces the lives of a Montana ranch family, their pioneer roots, the colorful locals who shared their lives and how the shocking murder of a returning WWI army captain would resonate throughout the lives of the family for years to come.