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Serial killer wreaks havoc in Tuxedo Park

Originally posted on Ernest & Edgar Literary Blog:
NEW YORK – Nov. 28, 2015 – PRLog — Sunbury Press has released Murder in Tuxedo Park, William E. Lemanski’s first novel, set in late Victorian New York state. The wealthy, gated community of Tuxedo Park, in upstate New York, has been home to many of America’s…

New book guides young women through the tough decisions they face

Originally posted on Helpful Books Blog:
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Tough Decisions for Young Women: How to Achieve Happiness Through the Choices You Make by Robin Reed. Tough Decisions is a personal journey and a gradual process for young women to find themselves within these confusing times. If you are struggling toward…

Biography of the Merchant Princess of Harrisburg now available

Originally posted on SUNBURY PRESS BOOKS:
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Mary Sachs: Merchant Princess, Barbara Trainin Blank’s biography of the Harrisburg apparel retailer. At a time when women rarely went into business for themselves, Mary Sachs, an immigrant from a poor family with little formal education, became perhaps the most successful entrepreneur…

Molly Pitcher look-alike found dead at memorial to Revolutionary War hero

Originally posted on Arms & Shield — military and police blog :
CARLISLE, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Darkness at First Light, J M West’s third novel in the Carlisle Crime Cases series. In Darkness at First Light, Carlisle Homicide Detectives Christopher Snow and Erin ‘Mac’ McCoy discover an unidentified body, dressed like Molly Pitcher’s statue,…

“Keeper of the Crows” is the top Sunbury bestseller for October

Originally posted on SUNBURY PRESS BOOKS:
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released the bestsellers list for October, 2015. Kyle Alexander Romine took the top spot with his horror thriller “The Keeper of the Crows.” Darla Henry’s “3-5-7 Model Workbook” was the top nonfiction title in the #2 spot. SUNBURY PRESS – Bestsellers for October, 2015…

What if women ran the World Series? “Lady Moguls” details women baseball owners

Originally posted on The Quill of Tacitus Book Blog:
CINCINNATI — Sunbury Press has released Lady Moguls: A History of Women Who Have Owned Major League Baseball Teams, by William A. Cook. Women have been part of the tradition and lore of the game of baseball for over the past one hundred and fifty years. The…