Jane Olmsted

Jane Olmsted

Jane Olmsted The Tree You Come Home To Nonfiction One writer’s search for meaning, one family’s journey to healing…Jane Olmsted’s family didn’t adhere to the characteristics that the media portrays for those struggling with mental illness and addiction. Doctors,...
William E. Plunkett

William E. Plunkett

William E. Plunkett The G-Men and the Heiress Nonfiction Alice Speed Stoll’s kidnapping wasn’t as famous as that of the Lindbergh baby, but in its own peculiar way, it was just as riveting. It featured a beautiful socialite, a troubled perpetrator tormented by his own...
Rick Robinson

Rick Robinson

Rick Robinson A Fish Ate My Homework: A Beginner’s Guide to Fly Fishing Nonfiction Rick Robinson and Wade DeHate have put together an eloquent and lighthearted guide on why to take up fly fishing and the basics it takes to get started. Assisted by a number of...
Dr. Randolph Paul Runyon

Dr. Randolph Paul Runyon

Dr. Randolph Paul Runyon The Assault on Elisha Green Nonfiction On June 8, 1883, Rev. Elisha Green was traveling by train from Maysville to Paris, Kentucky. At Millersburg, about forty students from the Millersburg Female College crowded onto the train, accompanied by...
Donald Smith

Donald Smith

Donald Smith Steinstuecken: A Little Pocket of Freedom Nonfiction Steinstuecken: A Little Pocket of Freedom tells a success story. Steinstuecken, a West Berlin neighborhood, was part of the American Sector in Berlin during the Cold War. However, Steinstuecken was...
Kathy Stearman

Kathy Stearman

Kathy Stearman It’s Not About the Gun: Lessons from My Global Career as a Female FBI Agent Nonfiction After spending more than twenty-six years as a Special Agent with the FBI, Kathy Stearman recounts the global experiences that shaped her life—and the mixed...
Wes Swietek

Wes Swietek

Wes Swietek The Cemetery Road Murders: The Shocking True Tale of Kentucky’s Murder Mansion Nonfiction Most people who grew up in Bowling Green, Kentucky have heard of the so-called Murder Mansion on Cemetery Road. However, many people don’t know the reason it was...
Jamie H. Vaught

Jamie H. Vaught

Jamie H. Vaught Chasing the Cats: A Kentucky Basketball Journey Nonfiction In Chasing the Cats, veteran sportswriter Jamie H. Vaught shares some of his earliest Wildcat memories and along with many remarkable stories about the UK men’s basketball program over the past...
Gary P. West

Gary P. West

Gary P. West Murder On Youngers Creek Road Nonfiction On January 13, 1975, the enterprising community of Elizabethtown, Kentucky (a few miles from Fort Knox and the gold vault) was rocked with the news that one of their own, Peggy Rhodes-beloved housewife, mother, and...
Paul L. Whalen

Paul L. Whalen

Paul L. Whalen Profiles of Kentucky’s United States Senators — 1792-Present Nonfiction Since 1792, a total of sixty-six men have represented the Commonwealth in Kentucky’s two Senate seats. Through the years, proud Kentuckians have been leaders in that body, including...
Thomas Wolf

Thomas Wolf

Thomas Wolf The Called Shot: Babe Ruth, the Chicago Cubs, and the Unforgettable Major League Baseball Season of 1932 Nonfiction Best Baseball Books of 2020 from Sports Collectors Digest  |  2021 Seymour Medal Finalist In the summer of 1932, at the beginning of the...

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