Book List in Order: 14 titles



  • Camping Out in Monterey is a true story almost written in blood and is a continuation of the author s autobiographical stories David Johnson Passed Through Here which the New York Times Book Review called the quintessential thumb trip narrative Highw...


  • "Plays, Vol I" contains five major dramas by best selling author Harrison Edward Livingstone. The first, "The Castle," is set in England after the death of Henry VIII, and centers on his widow, Catherine. It is not the way things happened then at all...


  • Harvard, John deals with the campus disorders of 1969?70 at Harvard and covers the period 1966?70, when Vietnam and domestic disorder rent the nation and many other colleges.It is an exciting story, full of personal portraits, and the anguish, pain, ...


  • "Highway 101" is a taunt story of a man on the run, afraid, at times seemingly hunted and his own worst enemy. His own demons, planted there by the trauma of having his career destroyed, sees him starting the long climb from living in dirt cellars an...


  • .".".They thought of me as odd. Some made fun of me. Others attacked me. And now and then someone took pity and befriended me, and was there when I tried to talk. But for years after I would still awake screaming in the night, terrified, thousands of...


  • '"Marcie" is a 'can't put it down book ' It's the best damned detective story I ever read, and I read a lot of them."-Mike Folsom 'In a class with the best of the best: Raymond Chandler. It's the Big Picture "-Another reader "Marcie" is the fast-pace...







  • Set against some of the most beautiful sea scenes ever written, The Wild Rose tells of a turbulent Atlantic crossing when an old chief and young third mate must face a sinister captain and a lawless crew."A foursquare sea novel in the tradition of He...


  • "Redbeard the Pirate" is a satirical story about the former sailors and officers of a moth-balled WW II destroyer who become bored with their post-war lives and who, on one dark night, steal their old ship and put to sea to become modern day gentlema...


  • A story of a young American girl researching in the Hermitage Museum in Leningrad/St. Petersburg. Opposing intelligence agencies seek to recruit her and she is arrested. She escapes and hikes all the way to Finland in winter snow. What they say about...



  • This book's nine weeks on the New York Times bestseller list reflects the public's need to know the facts of the assassination of JFK. The author's new evidence and astute analysis point toward a conspiracy to kill JFK, the act itself, and the cover-...