Category book releases

Joe Fair produces a soldier’s memoir of the Black Scarves, of the Big Red One in Vietnam

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Joe Fair’s Vietnam memoir Call Sign Dracula: My Tour with the Black Scarves April 1969 to March 1970. About the Book: Call Sign Dracula provides an outstanding, valuable and worthy in-depth look into the life of a US Army Infantry soldier serving with the famed 1st Infantry Division (The Big Red One) […]

Joe Farrell recounts 16 years in Cathloic schools in New York City

QUEENS, N.Y. — Sunbury Press has released Joe Farrell’s humerous memoir Jesus Runs Away … and other stories of attending Catholic schools in the early 60s. About the Book: A smorgasbord of entertainment and lessons awaits readers as author Joe Farrell releases through Sunbury Press a unique memoir. Jesus Runs Away chronicles his journey as a student who enjoys a […]

Graybill makes a strong case for Italian music mastery

PHILADELPHIA — Sunbury Press has released Guy Graybill’s history of Italian music “BRAVO!” About the Book: The Italians were so busy creating and performing superb music that they neglected to tell the great epic story of their wondrous achievement. With BRAVO! we hope to tell that story. The 1,000-year-old story begins, basically, with the work of a […]

Texas Ranger seeks revenge for his murdered parents

DENVER — Sunbury Press has released R. C. Reynolds’ western novel “Return to Red Lodge,” about a young Texas Ranger who seeks to avenge the murder of his parents. About the Book: Rick Morgan had witnessed the horrific murders of his mother and father by a band of hooded riders when he was fifteen years old. He […]

Entrepreneurs discover renewable energy source in Horace Taylor’s new novel “The Machine”

CHICAGO — Sunbury Press has released Horace Taylor’s novel “The Machine,” about an African American entrepreneur who teams up to invent a new machine that produces renewable energy. About the Book: The Machine is a chronicle that utilizes the whirling, kinetic setting of neighborhood, mindset, aspirations, and creative possibilities of 1960s Black America. During a turbulent ten […]

Mayhem follows an archaeologist from Peru to Panama and the Grand Tetons in Robert Walton’s novel

LEMOYNE, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Robert Walton’s novel “Fatal Snow,” about an archaeologist who seeks Incan treasure in the Chilean Andes and is subsequently, unknowlingly, chased to the Grand Tetons in Wyoming. About the Book: Robert Walton’s first novel takes us back to 1976.  Harry Thursday, an archaeologist, is trying to forget the violent death […]

Nymphomaniac college girlfriend comes back to haunt middle-aged man during midlife crisis

POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. — Sunbury Press has released Ray Fashona’s novel “The Death of Obsession,” about a middle-aged man haunted by memories of his nymphomaniacal college girlfriend and who tries to relive his past. About the Book: Mike Zinarelli’s life has not turned out the way his college self thought it would. Having once basked in the hazy […]