Murder of a Good Man, by Teresa Trent: a Texas Town’s VIP Bites the Dust


Camel Press will release Murder of a Good Man ($15.95, 256 pages, ISBN: 978-1-60381-635-9), by Teresa Trent, the first cozy mystery in a series set in the fictional small town of Piney Woods, Texas, and featuring amateur sleuth and hotelier Nora Alexander. After a young woman arrives in town to deliver a sealed letter to the […]

Seven Wings to Glory, by Kathleen M. Rodgers: a Columnist Exposes Her Town’s Racist Past


Small towns harbor big secrets.

Seven Wings to Glory ($15.95, 304 pp., IBSN: 978-1-60381-599-4) is a work of women’s contemporary fiction by Kathleen M. Rodgers. A woman whose son is fighting in Afghanistan uses her newspaper column to expose a shameful legacy of racism in her small Texas town. Seven Wings to Glory is the sequel to […]

Johnnie Come Lately, by Kathleen M. Rodgers: Love, Loss, and Second Chances


Johnnie Come Lately ($14.95, 292 pp., ISBN: 978-1-60381-215-3), is a work of Women’s Contemporary fiction by Kathleen M. Rodgers. Despite an outwardly happy existence as a wife and mother, Johnnie Kitchen yearns for a way to fulfill her dreams and end her nightmares.

** First Place in Women’s Fiction for 2016 Texas Association of Authors Best Book […]

Oil’s Not Well in Odessa, a Kindle Single by Mark Everett Stone


Looking for your BSI fix as you wait for the latest episode in the From the Files of the BSI series? In coming months Camel Press will be releasing several novellas featuring standalone episodes in the history of the Bureau of Supernatural Investigation. The first is “Oil’s Not Well in Odessa.” These will eventually be published in […]