Book List:12 titles
  • Upon his passing in January 2017, Howard Frank Mosher was recognized as one of America’s most acclaimed writers. His fiction set in the world of Vermont’s fabled Northeast Kingdom chronicles the intertwining family histories of the natives, wande...


  • Howard Frank Mosher is one of America's most acclaimed writers. His fiction, set in the world of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, chronicles the intertwining family histories of the natives, wanderers, outcasts, and fugitives-white, Native American, esca...


  • A stunning and lyrical Civil War thriller, Walking to Gatlinburg is a spellbinding story of survival, wilderness adventure, mystery, and love in the time of war. Morgan Kinneson is both hunter and hunted. The sharp-shooting 17-year-old from Kingdo...


  • Set in northern Vermont in 1930, On Kingdom Mountain recounts the life and times of Miss Jane Hubbell Kinneson. A renowned local bookwoman and bird carver, she is the sole proprietor and last resident of a remote and wild mountain situated on the U.S...


  • A vivid portrait of a young man's coming of age in an America that is almost gone, Waiting for Teddy Williams has been hailed by Ernest Hebert as "ranking with Huckleberry Finn in heart, spirit, and insight into the American character." The book be...


  • In the spring of 1804, Private True Teague Kinnesonschoolmaster, inventor, playwright, and explorersets out with his nephew, Ticonderoga, to race Meriwether Lewis and William Clark to the Pacific. Along the way True and Ti encounter Daniel Boone and ...


  • The rugged and mysterious mountains of Kingdom County are the setting for Howard Frank Mosher's brilliant new autobiographical novel, The Fall of the Year . Like Mosher's acclaimed earlier novels, The Fall of the Year celebrates the fiercely indep...


  • A New York Times Notable Book: A novel about growing up in a remote corner of Vermont, from the author Richard Russo calls one of our very best writers. When six-year-old Austen Kittredge was sent up north to live on his grandparents farm in 1948,...


  • This novel of murder and its aftermath in a small Vermont town in the 1950s is reminiscent of To Kill a Mockingbird . . . Absorbing (The New York Times). In Kingdom County, Vermont, the towns new Presbyterian minister is a black man, an unsettling...








  • Needing money to buy feed for his cows through the winter of 1932-33, Quebec Bill Bonhomme, latest of his clan of hardy Vermonters, returns to whiskey smuggling and introduces his fourteen-year-old son to the traditional family trade...