Book List:20 titles
  • Randy Lee Eickhoff brings a new look to the Western genre with The Stone Place. When John Henry Stone returns home to his family’s South Dakota ranch after being wounded in Vietnam, everything has changed –his father is dead and his uncle has gai...


  • Sara is a blessed donkey with a magical story to tell! She has been with the Holy Family since before Jesus was born—for she was THE DONKEY THAT CARRIED MARY. From the seemingly endless journey to Bethlehem that long-ago night of his birth, to the ...


  • Christmas promises to be a bitter time of change for Samantha “Sam” McCaslin following the death of her mother. At thirteen years old, tomboyish Sam tries to fill her mother’s place on the family’s South Dakota ranch, the Bar X. Pressure from...


  • Cuffee, a highly-educated house slave in 1712 New York City, carries a burning resentment for his bondage toward his highly mercurial master despite repeated warnings from his “auntie” a voo-doo priestess, who tries to make him understand that he...


  • The unforgettable stories of two legendary American frontiersmen by Randy Lee Eickhoff and Leonard C. Lewis in one low-priced edition!And Not to YieldNurtured by devout, staunchly Abolitionist parents, young James Butler Hickok leaves their hardscrab...


  • He strode through the shadowed thickets of the early American frontier, and into legend. Born to the forest, he cast his lot with the Senecas who raised him, and their British allies. His enemies would fear his name: Simon Girty. Dr. Randy Eickhoff h...


  • Vietnam, 1966. Benjamin Wingfoot is the leader of a Special Operations Group stationed deep upcountry. He's taken on plenty of dangerous missions, but something about his latest assignment doesn't sit well with him. Summoned back to Saigon, "Wingo...


  • Born James Butler Hickok, Wild Bill Hickok made his reputation as a gunslinger extraordinaire, and his legend has titillated journalists, novelists, and historians ever since. Here is the story---crafted by a master novelist---of this complex hero wh...


  • Randy Lee Eickhoff continues his translation of the Ulster Cycle, often referred to as the Red Branch Cycle, the large corpus of work that is primarily responsible for establishing the cultural identity of today's Ireland.In this collection of Irelan...






  • On Thanksgiving Day, 1953 Samantha "Sam" McCaslin was content with life on her family's ranch in South Dakota. It was her birthday, and her life was just beginning. She had turned twelve and was certain that the year ahead would be special. But he...


  • Randy Lee Eickhoff, the award-winning translator of the epic Ulster Cycle, continues his retelling of Ireland's spellbinding history and folklore in He Stands Alone. For the very first time, Randy Lee Eickhoff has combined several translations of the...


  • At the height of the Vietnam War, twenty-seven members of a U.S. special elite team were dropped into North Vietnam to fight alongside the Rands and Montagnards against the communist regime. Their job was to ambush troops along the Ho Chi Minh Trail,...


  • Randy Lee Eickhoff continues the Celtic Ulster Cycle; following up his highly acclaimed retelling of The Three Sorrows, with The Destruction of the Inn. Part impacted myth, part heroic saga, and part literary tour de force; this is the tale of a king...


  • The Ulster Cycle continues with The Sorrows , three stories that dramatically portray Ireland's cultural heritage. The first, "The Fate of the Children of Tuirenn," is a tragic tale in which three brothers must pay a blood fine for murdering an enem...


  • Randy Lee Eickhoff is one of today's most treasured Irish-American scholar/authors. His translations of the Irish national epics The Raid and The Feast have won him praise as a poet and historian while his books on famous figures from America's past-...


  • The Feast is a modern translation of Fled Bricrend, one of Ireland's most thrilling and humorous legends. Three men, each striving to be named Champion of Conchobor's realm, enter into a battle of wits and words in an effort to enjoy the privileges a...


  • An epic historical novel follows Doc Holliday, the legendary gunfighter and gambler, from a promising dental career cut short by tuberculosis, to his trip West and into history as the lone outsider at the infamous OK Corral gunfight. Reprint....


  • Queen Maeve has declared war upon the province of Ulster in an effort to take possession of the Brown Bull of Cooley. Ultimately, this is an attempt to match the wealth of her husband, King Ailill of Connacht, who owns a magnificent white bull. Only ...


  • Reunited with old friends and lovers at the funeral of friend and IRA hero Connor Larkin, American reporter Con Edwards quickly becomes involved in the intrigue surrounding Irish politics and terrorism...