Monthly Archives: April 2015

Pet crow bonds with fatherless boy in inspirational novel by Paul Argentini

Originally posted on Ernest & Edgar Literary Blog:
VENICE, Fla. — Sunbury Press has released Charlie Caw, Paul Argentini’s latest novel, for middle grade and young adults. About the Book: A crow that picks wildflowers and delivers them to show affection, and a fatherless boy who teaches the bird how to fly create a heartwarming…

Harrisburg’s financial collapse recounted in new book by investigative reporter Chris Papst

Originally posted on Pennsylvanus Book Blog:
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Capital Murder: An investigative reporter’s hunt for answers in a collapsing city, Chris Papst’s expose of the recent financial troubles in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the state capital. About the Book: Every city in America is unique. Each has its own instructive tale of…

Philadelphia Region volume of Keystone Tombstones now available

Originally posted on Authors Joe Farrell and Joe Farley:
PHILADELPHIA — Sunbury Press has released Keystone Tombstones Philadelphia Region by Joe Farrell and Joe Farley. About the Book: Biographies of famous people buried in the Philadelphia Region are the focus of this first localized edition of the Keystone Tombstones. Farrell and Farley have combed the…

Harrisburg’s historic Bethel African Methodist Episcopal church predates the Civil War

Originally posted on Pennsylvanus Book Blog:
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Along the Bethel Trail: The Journey of an African American Faith Community presented by Friends of the Bethel Trail. About the Book: Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church of Harrisburg, 1835 – 2015 Throughout its history, the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church of…

First animals on land discovered in ancient Wisconsin tidal flats

Originally posted on Albert and Isaac Science Blog:
WAUSAU, Wis. — Sunbury Press has released The Fossils of Blackberry Hill: Solving the Mystery of the First Animals on Land, by Kenneth Gass. About the Book: The Fossils of Blackberry Hill: Solving the Mystery of the First Animals on Land is the first book to cover…

Port St. Lucie’s legendary Devil Tree subject of new Keith Rommel thriller

Originally posted on Scar Paper Press Book Blog:
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Keith Rommel’s latest novel, The Devil Tree, based on the Port St. Lucie, Florida legend is now available for pre-order on the Kindle platform. About the Book: Back in the 1970s, a series of bizarre incidents occured at what has since been…

Susquehanna Valley volume of Keystone Tombstones now available

Originally posted on Authors Joe Farrell and Joe Farley:
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Keystone Tombstones Susquehanna Valley by Joe Farrell and Joe Farley. About the Book: Biographies of famous people buried in the Susquehanna Valley are the focus of this localized edition of the Keystone Tombstones. Farrell and Farley have combed Central…