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The Family at Serpiente

by Raymond Tolman Sunstone Press (December 26, 2017)

In this first volume in The Serpent Trilogy, Penny Anderson, a high school junior, escapes an untenable home situation and flees across the country to join her Uncle and Aunt in Serpiente, New Mexico. The Navajo...

A Flash in Time

by Michael K. Shay Sunstone Press (November 15, 2017)

Forced to go on a hiking trip with his Uncle Jack, fourteen-year-old Zach Walker heads to the desert near Bluff, Utah to search for an ancient staircase—the same one Zach’s father was looking for when he...

A Patriotic Nightmare: A Tale of Domestic Terrorism

by Don E. Post Sunstone Press (November 15, 2011)

Darren Hopkins, a young, naïve international businessman without government experiences is hired as a research analyst with the President's National Security Committee and suddenly finds himself embroiled in...

How Far the Mountain: A Novel

by Robert K. Swisher Jr. Sunstone Press (February 15, 2013)

"How Far The Mountain" is the story of a man, a woman, and a mountain. The woman, from the city, must go to the mountain to discover who she is after her husband's death from cancer. The man, a cowboy, must...

Ring Around the Sun: A Novel

by Nelson Martin Sunstone Press (December 15, 2013)

Coot Boldt and Narlow Montgomery sauntered across the wooden bridge into Juarez. Coot was dead set on honoring a lifelong friend's resolve that the pair aid him in running munitions to Pancho Villa, while Narlow...

The Brujo's Way: First in the Buenaventura Series

by Gerald W. McFarland Sunstone Press (March 15, 2014)

Don Carlos Buenaventura, a powerful brujo in his sixth life, practices a benign form of sorcery based on his motto "Do no harm." His great powers derive from intensive training in heightened awareness akin to...

Creep Around the Corner: A Spy Novel

by Douglas Atwill Sunstone Press (August 18, 2011)

Europe in the Cold War years was a dangerous place for Harold Bronson and his buddies, draftees commandeered into espionage and counterintelligence. Their low echelon escapades take them to Berlin, Ulm, the...

High Skies and Fat Horses

by William J. Wallisch Sunstone Press (October 01, 2015)

When Air Force Captain Norm Whitman gets his orders to a remote island off the southern coast of Korea he finds himself working for Major Dubbs, who already hates his guts. But it only takes a day for Whitman...

The Ivan Spruce

by Gordon Zima Sunstone Press (May 10, 2015)

A woman steps out of a steamy Yellowstone panorama into the perspective of another fisherman. She is Marta Senkova, daughter of high level Soviet officials. He is Jonathon Masters, New York engineering entrepreneur....

Other Whispers

by Gordon Zima Sunstone Press (March 10, 2015)

The technical man, more than any other, has put the shapes and habits, opportunities and neglects, into our time. If a man with such a bent reaches a place where he questions some of his paths, he will usually...

Tuck and Nip

by Barend Van Kimball Sunstone Press (March 10, 2015)

Tuck, a tall young, blue-eyed, black haired half-breed, is the son of a kidnapped Ute Indian mother, Spring Willow, and Otto, a murderously cruel white mountain man. During a hunt Tuck adopts a newly born gray...

Billy the Kid's Last Ride

by John A. Aragon Sunstone Press (July 25, 2014)

The orphaned, bucktoothed, New York Irish boy speaks Spanish and wears a Mexican sombrero. He claims his name is William Bonney. His amigos call him “Kid.” To newspapers in the New Mexico Territory and across...

Bandita Bonita

by Nicole Maddalo Dixon Sunstone Press (May 15, 2014)

Precocious, spirited, bored, and outspoken, sixteen year old Elucia (Lucy) Grey Alexis Howard, is both out-of-place in and a prisoner of her wealthy life amongst the highest of New York’s social elite and...

Killer Whale Blues

by Mark Conkling Sunstone Press (April 28, 2014)

Ida Corley, a troubled thirty-six year old nurse from Albuquerque is searching for her unknown half-brother, a sibling she discovered by reading an old letter in her deceased mother’s personal effects. On...