Books Perpetrated by People I KnowBy Perfidy Press
Alexa Fleckenstein$25.99 $24.17
(Self-help) Dr. Alexa shows how to control Diabetes the natural way, maybe even kick insulin.
(Fiction) Novelist Paul Auster declares that this book strikes with all the force of an exploding bomb--because it speaks the truth. This collection of poems presents radical departures from traditional rituals, formats and conventions...
Hilton Obenzinger$12.95 $12.04
(Fiction) A fantastic page-turner that’s over too soon! Obenzinger weaves a tale of lives that intersect as they slide along their personal planes and slippery slopes of existence. Some collide, some barely brush past, yet none leaves the other unaffected. Each brief episode creates strong characters we respond to with a range of feelings from loving concern to visceral repulsion. Before long, I found myself racing through, eager to find out what further connections would be revealed. Such revelations make a whole of the parts, and create a story that moves in many directions in time and space without once leaving the reader behind. An exhilarating trip! — Ann Deden
Ned Hayes$14.95 $13.90
(Fiction) Intertwining themes of humanity and ecology, The Eagle Tree eloquently explores what it means to be part of a family, a society, and the natural world that surrounds and connects us.
Douglas Rushkoff$15.95 $14.83
(Nonfiction) A seasoned media critic's manifesto of what we need to do to achieve a humane future without corporate overlords
(Fiction) A tale of transcontinental intrigue with vivid place descriptions by an author who's been there.
Geoffrey H Dutton$63.24
(Academic) The PhD dissertation in digital cartography from Uni Zürich by someone I still sorta know...