From the bestselling, Edgar-nominated novelist Catherine Ryan Howard comes an explosive story about a twisted voyeur and a terrible crime ...
Andrew, the manager of Shanamore Cottages, watches his only guest via a hidden camera in her room. One night the unthinkable happens: a shadowy figure emerges on-screen, kills her, and destroys the camera. But who is the murderer? How did they know about the camera? And how will Andrew live with himself?
Jonathan Blazer is an Air force veteran, having served six years overseas. Mr. Blazer, born in Montgomery Alabama, has spent more time traveling and writing on the road than living at home. He holds a Bachelors of History from the University of Maryland, and is the author of a Psychological Horror Novel; "Out of the Night." He currently resides in Seattle, Washington. Mr. Blazer spends his time training for a thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail while writing his second novel.
TASK FORCE BAUM mixes fact and fiction to tell the true story of General Patton's unauthorized raid on a WWII POW camp during which all 300 of his men were killed, wounded or captured. Patton later described it as "the only mistake I made during the war," but the true purpose of his disastrous mission was kept secret for twenty years. A powerful, action-packed illustration of the long-buried secrets and unending costs of war by bestselling author James D. Shipman, who lives in Snohomish, WA.
From the telling of anecdotes and stories from author Nate Summers' twenty years as a survival specialist to conversations with world-renowned human nature specialists to digging into the free-range parenting trends, Nate explores how humans have - and continue to - pursue "survival" situations to fulfill their deep, soulful longings. Nate Summers, M.Ac., holds a Master's degree from Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and B.A.s in anthropology and Asian studies from the University of Illinois.
In the first guide of its kind, authors Mike and Anne Howard of the acclaimed blog HoneyTrek.com dive into the origins of glamping and the 21st-century craving for unconventional experiences that effortlessly connect us with nature, loved ones, and ourselves. Each chapter of
Comfortably Wild offers a unique way to vacation...Alongside hundreds of gorgeous photographs and inspiring stories...this guide offers practical tips to find your ideal destinations and mobilize a lifetime of unforgettable adventures.
Portland, OR investigative journalist Jake Anderson explores the mysterious disappearance of Elisa Lam, a 21-year-old Vancouver student who was found dead in the water tank of a Los Angeles hotel with a sordid history of suicides, deaths, and even ghosts. A video of her bizarre behavior in the Cecil Hotel's elevator later became a viral internet phenomenon. The author's personal story and discovery that he, like Elisa Lam, has bipolar disorder also adds a fascinating dimension to the book.
Norman the Button has forgotten to get his best friend a Christmas gift, and time is running out. With big dreams and a small budget, he sets out to find the perfect gift to show his love for Freddy. But when his extravagant gift ideas don't work out, he must settle for something made from the heart.
Author Michelle Olson lives in Kirkland Washington.
"The beautifully constructed, soaring words are perfectly in sync with Alonso's colorful, fanciful depictions of the child's out-of-this-world experiences as well as the intensity with which the books are devoured. Young bookworms will savor this ode to the joy of reading." - Kirkus Reviews (starred review). This breathtaking picture book is a celebration of reading and a child's imagination. Inspire beginning readers to become armchair adventurers by exploring what lies between the pages of a book. (Ages 4-10)
This heartwarming true story chronicles what happened after a mother gorilla gave birth for the first time and then walked away from her newborn baby at Seattle's Woodland Park. The dedicated staff worked tirelessly to find innovative ways for mother and baby to build a relationship. The efforts were ultimately successful, as baby Yola bonded with her mother and the rest of the family group.
Inspired by her own family's history, debut author Christine Day (Upper Skagit) delivers a story about Edie, a young girl who stumbles upon a box of letters signed "Love, Edith," and photos of a woman who looks just like her in her family's attic. Soon, she begins to wonder about the woman who shares her name, the Native American family she's never known, and what else her parents might be keeping from her.