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Vicki Berger Erwin & James Erwin – Steamboat Disasters of the Lower Missouri River

During the nineteenth century, more than three hundred boats met their end in the steamboat graveyard that was the Lower Missouri River. Steamboats were technological marvels but they were also susceptible to fires, explosions and tree trunks hiding under the water’s surface. The steamboats, their passengers and crews faced perils on every voyage.

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Cassie Donish

“Donish’s voice is wreathed, garlanded, full of pollen and rain and clover and indigo—everything further broken, messy, lovely, loving, wild… (her) voice, lush yet precise, is then thrown to us, the reader sighing with pleasure and pathos…” from Brenda Shaughnessy. Donish currently writes and teaches at the University of Missouri.

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Rosalie Metro – Have Fun in Burma: A Novel

Rosalie Metro is an anthropologist of education who explores the conflicts around history, identity and language. Her fiction debut, Have Fun in Burma: A Novel, will fascinate anyone interested in places where the truth is a bitterly contested territory. This coming-of-age story draws on Metro’s nearly 20 years of travels to Southeast Asia.

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Jeffery Viles – The Sasquatch Murder (A Love Story)

Jeffery Viles – The Sasquatch Murder (A Love Story) Jeffery Viles’ The Sasquatch Murder (a Love Story) is a playful romp that follows the travails of Jake Holly who by chance shoots and kills a female sasquatch. Because the sasquatch is so human-looking, he is charged with murder. Readers are treated to a delightful cast of unconventional characters and a colorful milieu as the book explores the mystery of Bigfoot.

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