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    An Amazing Journey

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    978-1-937706-16-6Autobiography of Charles Elisha Hanning completed in 1916.
  • Alphonse "Dave" Davecki is called to an accident involving a classic 1986 Corvette that fell from the Blatnik Highbridge in Superior, Wisconsin. Davecki studies clues the 'Vette left behind and determines it is murder most foul. All that remains is for Dave, Pat Stanski, and CSI Eunice Lincoln to figure out whodunnit. The trio of talented investigators get tripped up now and then as they navigate the dysfunctional dynamics of a wealthy grain merchant family involved the the shadowy world of geo-political black market grain shipments originating in little ole "Supe-Town".
  •           “I found Death on the Brule a really good read...loved the dialogue and humor and pace...a bit like Leif Enger’s Virgil Wander.”  Joel Cooper           “Immediately brings me to the banks of the Brule.” — Bob Jauch           "It was a fun story. I enjoyed how it was a quick, entertaining read.”  — Linden Bayless           "You had me laughing out loud several times. A really fun book to read.” Karen Collins Michaud
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    Curt Bush knew nothing of sailing until he bought a "Sea Mouse" off the side of the road and started learning the ropes, shall we say. He kept at it until he undertook his dream of sailing single-handed from Duluth, Minnesota to the Atlantic ocean via the St. Lawrence Seaway. This is the tale of his adventure from humble beginnings to dramatic end. It is a fantastic, fun-filled, fascinating saga of sailing that is truly captivating as the rookie turns into an old salt and earns his sailing cred the hard way. Hemingbush Author Photo
  • Is all the gold in Hayfield County worth being run over by a snowmobile, nearly freezing to death, being shot in the back and suffering through an existential crisis of love and morality? Tune in to this installment of the Dave Davecki books to find out how the stomach turns in this new pot-boiler of Wisconsin’s frozen far north. Click on book cover to right to pre-order Thanks.
  • "...a perfect diamond, hard as an eagle talon, each facet sparkling with truth."   Laura Erickson   "...a kind of sober majesty worthy of Robinson Jeffers. Hawks on High is a wildly life-affirming book." Bart Sutter  
  • In 1918 fire protection was rudimentary at best. At worst it was non-existent. In this finely written book, local reporter and Hermantown historian Connie Jacobson details the physical mayhem and emotional shock and trauma that the rural community and its pioneer residents suffered during the most ruinous, devastating, cataclysmic fire in the history of northeastern Minnesota.

    ISBN: 978-1-937706-18-0

    SIZE: 8 x 10 Large Format


    140 Pages

    Numerous Historical, Original Photos and Illustrations

    Original Cover Art by Karen Holden

  • The eighth book in the *highly acclaimed* Alphonse "Dave" Davecki series of cozy mysteries.   *cough-cough*  
  • Praise for Oulu Rock   I’ve read all the Davecki books. This one may well be the most fun.” —Eric Storm, Merrill, WI   “Belly laughs and chuckles throughout.”       —Sonja Flood, Monsoon, WI   “Mike Savage delivers again on the latest Davecki escapade! This is a ‘can't put down’ book that will keep you in stitches with playful banter, crazy adventures, and memorable characters!  From the Finnish brogue to the lovable dogs, it is a sure bet for reading. Who Stole the Oulu Rock will leave you begging for more from this talented author.” —Clendon Gustafson, Port Wing, WI
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    From a Yellowed Photo

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    Author Photo canon pix 013Gary Banker taught for many years in the Superior school district. He inspired thousands of students. Here, he inspires again.
  • Every once in a while, a collection of poetry comes out that just makes sense. This is such a collection. Sometimes these poems are practical, sometimes funny, sometimes they are deeply moving; always they resonate with clear humanity.
  • Captain Royal Ashhurst, a young man egregiously wronged by one of Charleston's most outrageous profiteers, not only exacts payment for the murder of his mother and father, the murderer's would-be bride ends up in Ashhurst's arms and they fall in love. The resulting adventure turns Charleston on its head and restores the lost fortune of the so-called DEVIL OF CHARLESTON!
  • Frank Larson has been funny ever since he was born. As a youth in Iron River, Wisconsin, he kept his classmates laughing pretty much all the time. Then he had to grow up and get a job.
  • In this collection, Sangster, a Duluth writer by way of Scotland and Canada, explores close family relationships in poetry and prose, weaving a complex fabric of characters and ideas. The images in this fabric range from the carefully composed tableaus of the most ethereal and uplifting of historical religious art to the quickly captured snapshots of the gritty and realistic urban landscape. There are threads of humor and of horror, sensitivity and love, cruelty and coldness, but they are always knit together with an eye for the telling detail and the depth and complexity of character only achieved by fine writers. Hazel Sangester is one of these fine writers. This collection is the proof. -Barry Hammond, author of Cold Front and other writings in over thirty literary magazines and anthologies in three countries
  • A gem of ageless poems that celebrate nature, the seasons, God and life in all its glory.
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    A delightfully wide scope of commentary on life, politics, geography and human behavior.
  • Philosophical Poems explores the Mind of the Universe, considers the power of Thought, observes the interlocking/interwoven complexities of Man and Nature. A profound book.
  • Edwin Johnson has been published in three different anthologies of poetry by the National Library of Poetry.
  • When an abandoned house gets labeled a haunted house in the Internet age, at least one youth is thrilled by the idea of exploring it. Dusty Greene hasn’t learned yet that there are some things we really should be afraid of.
  • Danny Boy is an intimate look at a life well lived, a fond remembrance of one man’s impact on his family, friends and, community, and a frank and fearless look at end of life challenges. It is also a profound statement of faith, filled with assurances that faith does not go unrewarded.
  • A Minnesota Pioneer Memoir that reveals rural life the way it was...challenging, inspirational, tragic, happy, everything life is meant to be. Funny, poignant, old-time writing.
  • Collected essays and poems about coming to terms with the dark companion. The compilation of submissions to the Kelly Culhane Writing Prize.
  • Finn

    A wise and witty combination of prose and poetry about Finland and being a Finnish immigrant to the U.S.A.
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