Former local football and wrestling champion Charlie Wysocki tells his story about his spiral down to a depth from which few have ever returned. Charlie still fights today for redemption and a shot at the happiness that mental illness has denied him.
This biography of Joe Paterno by his son Jay is an honest and touching look at the life and legacy of a beloved coaching legend. Jay Paterno paints a full picture of his fathers life and career as well as documenting that almost none of the horrific crime
The tale of one family's struggle before statehood in Texas, You Never Know Where the Road May Lead You by Gregory Ross is a true love story. Rich in history, adversity and lost Spanish silver, it's sure to appeal.
Romantic and imaginative, Tom Lipovsky's The Slovakian weaves the story of two Slovak lovers as they struggle for survival during the reign of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and their immigration to America. Set locally and historically accurate.
More than a simple true crime story, Murder in the Stacks: Penn State, Betsy Aardsma, and the Killer Who Got Away weaves together the events, culture and attitudes of the late 1960s, memorializing Betsy Aardsma and her time and place in history.
Dark and edgy with layers of intrigue, Deadly Assets by Wendy Tyson is a tense, engrossing tale, weaving vivid descriptions with thrilling threads of family secrets, greed and the shadow of an unknown threat. Set locally; an Allison Campbell mystery.
Since 1851, Lackawanna Railroad thrived on the anthracite coal traffic in our area. The images pictured here provide a fascinating insight into the everyday workings of a railroad and its interaction with the communities along its route.
Named a Best Book of Summer by Publishers Weekly, Sing in the Morning, Cry at Night blends real life incidents with fiction to show how grace can be found in the midst of tragedy. Set locally in the hard core of the anthracite mining industry.