Archive for January, 2013

Mechanicsburg, PA – Sunbury Press is hosting a book release party at its headquarters at 50 West Main Street in Mechanicsburg on Friday February 1, 2013 from 6 pm to 9 pm. Authors William Martin(Quoting Liberally), C James Gilbert (A Deeper Sense of Loyalty) and Robert Miller (The Cogan Legend) will be presenting and signing their books.

VIP Guests (from 6 to 9 PM):
Robert E. Miller, the author of the early Pennsylvania murder mystery “The Cogan Legend” will talk about his debut novel.

About The Cogan Legend:
The Cogan, a mysterious stretch of Pennsylvania with towering hills, swooping trees and narrow roads, claims the life of a lovely young woman, best friend to Ann Fairchild, a passionate, headstrong girl of 18. Barely escaping with her life, Ann succumbs to shock and is unable to recall exactly what happened that cold, wintry day in the Cogan. Meanwhile, Ann’s new suitor, Army Lieutenant Phillip Matter, hunts for the killer. Driven by guilt and shame for not saving the girls from harm that day, he grows increasingly more frustrated as he scours the Cogan for a killer he knows is still there.

Ann’s own guilt gnaws at her. It’s because of her that Rachel is dead. She’s the one to blame! She’s the one whose escapes tarnished the Fairchild name, and she’s the one who disobeyed her father and lied. She had to be punished. It was she who then convinced Rachel to accompany them to this rural setting. And it was she who wheedled and cajoled and begged her father to take the trip that led through the Cogan.

The Lieutenant thought it would be easy to find the killer, he was mistaken. With a stroke of luck on that last day of the search the soldiers capture the killer dragging him from his hiding place. The killer extracts a promise from the Lieutenant. He is taken to Sunbury where a judge, without evidence to the contrary, sentences him to hang by his neck until dead.

Ann’s memory rejects that gruesome day, until she remembers that he is innocent. A desperate effort to reach Sunbury to save Poll Soll proves futile by seconds and instead she witnesses his hanging.

After a time for healing Ann and Phillip marry but the promise that Lieutenant Matter wishes he’d never made turns his happy life miserable and threatens to take away everything he loves and lives for if he doesn’t fulfill it.

C James Gilbert, author of his debut Civil War era novel will present “A Deeper Sense of Loyalty.”

About A Deeper Sense of Loyalty:
In 1860, James Langdon, a southern boy from Macon, Georgia, is all set to celebrate his eighteenth birthday after graduating from school in New York. He has been groomed to handle the business end of his father’s large cotton plantation. A deeply religious lad with an uncharacteristic aversion to slavery, James’s father raised him to believe that unlike other negroes, the workers on Langdon Plantation were sharecroppers and not slaves.

When James finds out that his father has deceived him, it sets up a conflict between the two men that takes a war to settle. When hostilities break out in 1861, he leaves home, ostensibly to serve the Southern cause. Instead, he embarks on his own mission to help slaves escape to Canada.

Now considered to be a traitor and an outlaw by the South, danger is his constant companion; certain death awaits him should he be caught. Although he is powerless to go against his conscience, he is equally ridden with guilt for turning his back on his heritage. James knows that when the war ends, there will still be one last confrontation left for him: facing his father.

Author William Martin

Author William Martin

Professor William Martin has been dubbed “the Ultimate Quotographer of the American Left.” will be discussing recent political events and presenting his most recent books “Quoting Liberally” and “Quotes from the Underground”.

About Quotes from the Underground:
“Quotes from the Underground – Radical Wisdom in Small Doses” is a remarkable resource and must-read for writers, researchers, activists and indeed anyone who embraces progressive values and hopes to rescue politics from corporate control.” — Joel Bakan, author of The Corporation and Childhood Under Siege

“William Martin does it again with this splendid new volume of insights, wisdom, bon mots, and just plain common sense from those who are working to improve our collective lot.” – David Morris, co-founder of the Institute for Local Self Reliance

I highly recommend this uplifting compendium of wisdom for achieving social justice, protecting the environment, and renewing our democracy. Worth taking in large doses. — Jill Stein, Green Party USA candidate for President

“Quotes from the Underground is . . . a stock of patriotic wisdom that should be nailed to the door of the New York Stock Exchange!” — Charlie Cray, research specialist with Greenpeace USA and the director of the Center for Corporate Policy

“There’s something to irritate just about everyone in this delightful collection of verbal prickly burrs.” — Alfie Kohn, author of FEEL-BAD EDUCATION: . . . And Other Contrarian Essays on Children and Schooling

I’m a quote collector. They inspire and instruct me. Thank you, William Martin, for compiling this book of quotes. I plan to use them liberally.
— Gloria Feldt, former president of Planned Parenthood, speaker, and author of No Excuses: 9 Ways Women Can Change How We Think About Power

“An excellent read–or rather lots of them–for atheists and others who care about liberty and our fellow human beings. Words from hundreds of wise people like Richard Dawkins, Ellen DeGeneres, Steve Allen, and George Orwell, to make you laugh, think–or both.” — Ed Buckner, former president of American Atheists

“William Martin’s excellent chronicle of quotations from the American Left needs to be lifted above ground and spread across the land. Read, absorb, and take action!” — Jim Hightower, nationally syndicated columnist, radio commentator, author, and editor of the Hightower Lowdown

About Quoting Liberally:
Dr. William Martin has been a college professor at Temple University and Monmouth University and has worked for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a press secretary, school auditor, and management consultant. He has published the other books of quotations, The Best Liberal Quotes Ever, What Liberals Believe, and Quotes from the Underground: Radical Wisdom in Small Doses. A national columnist calls Martin “the ultimate quotographer of the American Left.” He lives in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, and sells books at Zabby Books @ Amazon.com.

Some samples from the book:
In the Soviet Union, capitalism triumphed over communism. In this country, capitalism triumphed over democracy. – Fran Lebowitz
A Romney presidency will be awesome unless you’re poor, sick, gay, female, Mexican or a dog. – Andy Borowitz
If homosexuality is a disease, let’s all call in queer to work: “Hello. Can’t work today, still queer.” – Robin Tyler
I hate the word homophobia. It’s not a phobia. You are not scared. You are an asshole. – Unknown
The idea that the blame for our government’s dysfunction is equally shared by the parties just is a giant, steaming mound of horse shit. – Bill Maher
Science flies you to the moon. Religion flies you into buildings. – Richard Dawkins

All authors will be signing copies of their books after their presentations.

Snacks and drinks will be provided.

The event will be held at:
50 West Main St
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055

The location is directly across the street from the Brath & Hughes Art Gallery. about a half block west of the Gingerbread Man. There is plenty of free public parking in the rear.

All of Sunbury’s titles will be on display and available for sale.

Author presentations will at 7:15

Author William Martin

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Robert PicardoActor Robert Picardo, best known for his roles in “Stargate” (Agent Richard Woolsey) and in numerous “Star Trek” movies and episodes, has been selected by producer/director James Perry to play Dr. Conroy in the movie adaptation of Keith Rommel’s novel “The Cursed Man,” published by Sunbury Press in 2011.

About Robert Picardo (from IMDb):
Robert Picardo was born on October 27, 1953 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, where he spent his whole childhood. He graduated from the William Penn Charter School and attended Yale University. At Yale, he landed a role in Leonard Bernstein’s “Mass” and at the age of 19, he played a leading role in the European premiere of “Mass”. Later, he graduated with a B.A. in Drama from Yale University. He appeared in the David Mamet play “Sexual Perversity in Chicago and with Diane Keaton in “The Primary English Class”. In 1977, he made his Broadway debut in the comedy hit “Gemini” with Danny Aiello and also appeared in Bernard Slade’s “Tribute”, “Beyond Therapy” as well as “Geniuses” and “The Normal Heart” for which he won a Drama-Logue Award.

Then, he became involved in television, where he soon was nominated for an Emmy Award for his role as Mr. Cutlip on the series “The Wonder Years” (1988). Robert appeared in several series: “Frasier” (1993), “Ally McBeal” (1997), “Home Improvement” (1991), “The Outer Limits” (1995) and “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch” (1996). In 1995, he got the role as The Doctor on “Star Trek: Voyager” (1995) where he also directed two episodes. He also got roles in Doubletalk (1975), Star 80 (1983), Get Crazy (1983), Oh, God! You Devil (1984), Innerspace (1987), Munchies (1987), “China Beach” (1988), Samantha (1992), White Mile (1994) (TV), Star Trek: First Contact (1996), Small Soldiers (1998), Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey (2010) (aka 2004: A Light Knight’s Odyssey), and so on.

He resides in Los Angeles, California with his wife Linda, and their two daughters.

Recent Roles:

2014 Star Trek: Renegades (TV movie) (pre-production)
Dr. Lewis Zimmerman

2013 The Cursed Man (filming)
Director Conroy

2013 Infiltrators (post-production)
Reverend Quaid

???? Last Stop (post-production)
Man in Black

2013 The Client List (TV series)
Judge Hughes
– Episode #2.4 (2013) … Judge Hughes

2012 Call of Duty: Black Ops II (Video Game)
Erik Brieghner (voice)

2012 Atlas Shrugged II: The Strike
Dr. Robert Stadler

2012 Mansion of Blood
Samuel Corbett

2012 Austin & Ally (TV series)
Dr. Grant
– Successes & Setbacks (2012) … Dr. Grant

2012 Femme Fatales (TV series)
Hieronymus Hawks
– Bad Science (2012) … Hieronymus Hawks

2012 The Legends of Nethiah
Grandpa / Sir Hanif

2012 Camilla Dickinson
Mr. Stephanowski

2012 The Mentalist (TV series)
Jason Cooper
– His Thoughts Were Red Thoughts (2012) … Jason Cooper

2012 Body of Proof (TV series)
Henry Pedroni
– Cold Blooded (2012) … Henry Pedroni

2012 Harry’s Law (TV series)
Annie’s Psychiatrist
– Gorilla My Dreams (2012) … Annie’s Psychiatrist

2012 Rock Jocks
Guard 1

2011 NTSF:SD:SUV (TV series)
– Twistin’ the Night Away (2011) … Damian

2011 Morlocks (TV movie)
Colonel Wichita

2011 United States of Tara (TV series)
Dr. Smolow
– Bryce Will Play (2011) … Dr. Smolow

2011 SGU Stargate Universe (TV series)
Richard Woolsey
– Seizure (2011) … Richard Woolsey

2011 Trail of Blood
Agent Weston

2011/I End of the Road

2010 Supernatural (TV series)
Leprechaun / Wayne Whittaker Jr.
– Clap Your Hands If You Believe (2010) … Wayne Whittaker Jr./Leprechaun

2010 Call of Duty: Black Ops (Video Game)
Robert McNamara (voice)

2010 Monsterwolf (TV movie)

2006-2009 Stargate: Atlantis (TV series)
Richard Woolsey
– Enemy at the Gate (2009) … Richard Woolsey
– Vegas (2008) … Richard Woolsey
– Identity (2008) … Richard Woolsey
– Infection (2008) … Richard Woolsey
– Brain Storm (2008) … Richard Woolsey (credit only)
See all 26 episodes »

2009 The Awakened

2009 Sensored

2008 Smallville (TV series)
Edward Teague
– Arctic (2008) … Edward Teague
– Quest (2008) … Edward Teague

2008 Universal Signs
Father Joe

2007 CSI: NY (TV series)
Sheriff Benson
– Boo (2007) … Sheriff Benson

2007 The Closer (TV series)
Mr. Sheffield
– Saving Face (2007) … Mr. Sheffield

2007 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (Video Game)
Singapore Townsfolk (voice)

2004-2007 Stargate SG-1 (TV series)
Richard Woolsey
– The Shroud (2007) … Richard Woolsey
– Morpheus (2006) … Richard Woolsey
– Flesh and Blood (2006) … Richard Woolsey
– The Scourge (2006) … Richard Woolsey
– Prototype (2005) … Richard Woolsey
See all 7 episodes »

2007 Cold Case (TV series)
Arthur Lennox
– Knuckle Up (2007) … Arthur Lennox

2005-2006 E-Ring (TV series)
Larry Kincaid
– Fallen Angels (2006) … Larry Kincaid
– The Forgotten (2005) … Larry Kincaid
– Toy Soldiers (2005) … Larry Kincaid
– Weekend Pass (2005) … Larry Kincaid

2004 The West Wing (TV series)
E. Bradford Shelton
– The Supremes (2004) … E. Bradford Shelton

2004 Star Trek: The Experience – Borg Invasion 4D
The Doctor

2003 Stephen King’s Dead Zone (TV series)
Mitch McMurtry
– The Storm (2003) … Mitch McMurtry

2003 Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (TV series)
Bob Jacobs
– Soul Mates (2003) … Bob Jacobs
– Spellmanian Slip (2003) … Bob Jacobs

2002 The Practice (TV series)
Dr. Edmunds
– Neighboring Species (2002) … Dr. Edmunds

2001 Frasier (TV series)
Charlie Koechner
– Bully for Martin (2001) … Charlie Koechner

1995-2001 Star Trek: Voyager (TV series)
The Doctor / Dr. Lewis Zimmerman / Equinox EMH / …
– Endgame (2001) … The Doctor
– Renaissance Man (2001) … The Doctor
– Homestead (2001) … The Doctor
– Natural Law (2001) … The Doctor
– Friendship One (2001) … The Doctor
See all 170 episodes »

2000 Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force (Video Game)
The Doctor (voice)

1999 Ally McBeal (TV series)
Barry Philbrick
– Love’s Illusions (1999) … Barry Philbrick

1997 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (TV series)
Dr. Lewis Zimmerman / EMH Mark I
– Doctor Bashir, I Presume? (1997) … Dr. Lewis Zimmerman / EMH Mark I

1996 Star Trek: First Contact
Holographic Doctor

About “The Cursed Man”:
The Cursed Man by Keith Rommel tells the story of Alister Kunkle, a patient at Sunnyside Capable Care Mental Institution. Alister has been in seclusion for the last 25 years having no contact with the staff or the outside world. The reason for this is that anyone who communicates with Alister dies within the day, for he is the Cursed Man and Death takes a professional interest in those unlucky enough to cross his path. Believing him simply deranged, Dr Anna Lee, an up and coming young psychiatrist, has come to cure Alister. She is warned about Alister’s past and is shown evidence of previous encounters made by the skeptical or unbelieving, all of whom died, sometimes horribly. Regardless of the stories Anna will not be dissuaded and is reluctantly allowed access to Alister. All assume her fate is sealed but when she returns unharmed the next day we also start to wonder about the stories. So begins an enthralling narrative told in the past and the present as Anna attempts to learn why Alister believes he is cursed, while at the same time trying to convince him the events were not real and that in fact he is merely ill and so can be cured. Is Alister truly followed by death or is he simply mentally ill? The Cursed Man is an extremely well-written suspense horror story… I enjoyed it immensely; right up until the very end I was never sure of the outcome… Great story telling in the tradition of Stephen King… — Booklore

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MECHANICSBURG, PA — Sunbury Press has announced the winners of their annual book awards, dubbed the “Sunnies.” Keystone Tombstones Volume One, by Joe Farrell and Joe Farley was the top selling book of the year.  The Joes also grabbed the #7 spot with the 2nd volume in the series. The strong finish for the series earned the pair Sunbury Press Authors of the Year. The duo had been Sunbury Press Emerging Authors in 2011.

About Keystone Tombstones Volume One:

kt_pubFamous Graves Found in Pennsylvania Joe Farrell and Joe Farley explore the cemeteries (and pubs) of Pennsylvania in search of interesting graves and stories about the interred. Included in this volume:

  • William Law Anderson “Golf’s Forgotten Legend”
  • James Buchanan “Pennsylvania’s Only President”
  • Pearl Buck “The Good Earth”
  •  John Burns “The Hero of Gettysburg”
  • Simon Cameron “Pennsylvania’s Political Kingmaker”
  • James Crowley & Harry Stuhldreher “Half the Horsemen”
  • Congressman Dan Flood “Dapper Dan”
  • Benjamin Franklin “The First American”
  • John White Geary “An American Success Story Few Have Heard”
  • Frank Gorshin “What Does It All Mean?”
  • Zane Grey “Rider of the Purple Sage”
  • Harry Norbert Kalas “That Ball’s Outta Here!”
  • Mary Jo Kopechne “What If?”
  • David L. Lawrence “Pittsburgh’s Renaissance Man”
  • Lincoln Colored Cemetery “Gone But Not Forgotten”
  • Connie Mack “The Tall Tactician”
  • Jayne Mansfield “The Blonde Bombshell”
  • Vance Criswell McCormick “A Harrisburg Hero”
  • George Meade “The Old Snapping Turtle”
  • Thomas Mifflin “A Pennsylvania Patriot”
  • The Molly Maguires, Black Jack Kehoe and Franklin Gowen
  • Gifford Pinchot “Pennsylvania’s Forester”
  • Bob Prince & Myron Cope “The Voices of Pittsburgh”
  • General John Fulton Reynolds “A True American Hero”
  • Frank Rizzo “The Cop That Would Be King”
  • Jim Thorpe “The Greatest Athlete of the 20th Century”
  • Bill Tilden “Big Bill”
  • Ginne Wade “A Tragic Love Story”
  • Andy Warhol “The Pope of Pop”
  • Fred Waring “The Man Who Taught America How to Sing”

… and some very Unusual Tombstones

List Price: $19.95
8″ x 10″ (20.32 x 25.4 cm)
Black & White on White paper
196 pages
Sunbury Press, Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-1934597675
ISBN-10: 1934597678
BISAC: History / United States / State & Local / Middle Atlantic
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Following is a ranking of all bestsellers at the publisher in 2012:
SUNBURY PRESS – Bestsellers for 2012 (by Revenue)
Rank Title Author Category
1 Keystone Tombstones Volume One Joe Farrell & Joe Farley History / Biography
2 Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last Mike Campbell History
3 There is Something About Rough and Ready Lawrence Knorr, et al History
4 My Husband Has ADD Linda Rosenbaum Self-Help
5 Prohibition’s Prince Guy Graybill History / Biography
6 The Amish Rebel Preston Nuttall Historical Fiction
7 Keystone Tombstones Volume Two Joe Farrell & Joe Farley History / Biography
8 A Community of Writers Ann Elia Stewart, et al Literary Fiction
9 Why Aren’t You Sweet Like Me? Carrie Nyman Historical Fiction
10 Howl of a Thousand Winds Morris Workman Horror / Thriller
11 The Hidden Legacy of World War II Carol Schultz Vento History / Biography
12 The Sign of the Eagle Jess Steven Hughes Historical Fiction
13 Fireproof Moth: A Missionary in Taiwan’s White Terror Milo Thornberry History
14 Hour 30 Brandon Musgrave Medical Memoir
15 My Wheels Gave Me Wings Willow Rockwell Autobiography
16 Beagle Tales 2 Bob Ford Pets / Humor
17 Lost in the Shadow of Fame William Lemanksi History / Biography
18 Education Behind Bars Christopher Zoukis Reference
19 The Final Charge Charles “Ken” Godfrey Historical Fiction
20 Behind Barbed Wire and High Fences Helen Angeny History / Memoir


Preston Nuttall, the author of the Civil War novel The Amish Rebel, earned the honor of Sunbury Press Fiction Author of the Year for 2012.

About The Amish Rebel:

TAR_fcover_pubFall, 1861. America has entered a deadly civil war to settle the issue of the rights of the states – notably the right to allow slavery – versus the rights of the central government. From bases at Hampton Roads and elsewhere, warships of the powerful Federal Navy patrol the southern coast enforcing a naval blockade against the South.
In Virginia, the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries are a primary hunting ground for Union gunboats ferreting out supplies destined for the rebel army. Raids on the farms, plantations and towns bordering the rivers and inlets are commonplace.

When a Union gunboat ascends the Mattaponi River and raids the Amish farm of the Buckner family, Jacob Buckner’s long-standing doubts about the Amish way of life reach the boiling point. Violence breaks out, and in a fit of rage, Jacob ignores his parents’ admonition to “turn the other cheek”. His action unleashes a chain of events that carry him into the Confederate Navy and a world of deadly combat, betrayal and romance as far removed from the Amish way of life as he could possibly imagine. But it is a world that places him on the stage of history and unveils the true Jacob Buckner.

List Price: $16.95
5.5″ x 8.5″ (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
254 pages
Sunbury Press, Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-1620060421
ISBN-10: 1620060426
BISAC: Fiction / Historical
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Jess Steven Hughes was honored with Sunbury Press Emerging Author for 2012. Jess is the author of The Sign of the Eagle, a historical novel based in Roman times.  A series is expected.
About The Sign of the Eagle:

sote_pubThis breathtaking historical novel of action and suspense is set in the year 71 A.D. amid the exotic and vibrant streets of Ancient Rome. Macha, the strong-willed daughter of a legendary Celtic British king and wife of the Roman tribune, Titus, is the only one who can prove her husband innocent of treason, solve the murders of two slaves who possessed information that could have exonerated Titus, and ultimately save the life of the Roman Emperor Vespasian.

Vivacious and iron-willed, Macha undertakes a dangerous journey and fight for her life to evade assassins through the city’s treacherous back alleys, notorious bath houses, and the awe-inspiring palaces of the Roman elite. With time running out to save her husband and the emperor from certain death, Macha can count on only two allies, the esteemed Senator Bassus-a family friend-and her faithful slave, a resolute and clever Moorish woman, Shafer.

Arrayed against Macha and Titus are the wealthy and wicked Pollia, once scorned as a bride by Titus, and Falco, a military tribune and womanizer, who offers to be Macha’s protector once Titus is condemned and executed.

Join Macha in her quest to exonerate her husband…and discover the real threat against the Emperor…

List Price: $16.95
5.5″ x 8.5″ (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on Cream paper
308 pages
Sunbury Press, Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-1620060360
ISBN-10: 1620060361
BISAC: Fiction / Historical
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Specific category winners are below:
SUNBURY PRESS – Top Titles by Category – 2012
Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last Mike Campbell History
Keystone Tombstones Volume One Joe Farrell & Joe Farley Biography / Memoir
My Husband Has ADD Linda Rosenbaum Self-Help
Hour 30 Brandon Musgrave Medical
Winged Manor Cheryl Tall Art / Music / Dance
Beagle Tales 2 Bob Ford Humor
Education Behind Bars Christopher Zoukis Reference
A Community of Writers Ann Elia Stewart, et al Literary Fiction
The Amish Rebel Preston Nuttall Historical Fiction
The Devil’s Palm Bob Knapp Mystery / Detective
Howl of a Thousand Winds Morris Workman Horror / Thriller
The Ghost of Laurelford Margaret Meacham YA Fiction
Goodnight Sammy Amanda Brown Childrens Fiction

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Of Guilt and InnocenceSunbury Press has released “Of Guilt and Innocence” by John Scanlan.

The abduction of five-year-old Ashley Wooten from her own front yard rattles everyone in the quiet, upscale community of Boca Raton to their core, but no one more so than the little girl’s father, Tom Wooten. As the grieving father and successful businessman becomes desperately entrenched in the stalled investigation into her disappearance, he will be forced to reveal secrets from his past, at the cost of his once comfortable life, in an effort to jumpstart the search to bring her home.

Meanwhile, in a seedy neighborhood in the town of Davie, an elderly murder victim is discovered and linked to the long-dormant South Florida Strangler. As clues breathe new life into the dwindling taskforce responsible for hunting the serial killer, a suspect finally comes into focus. As the taskforce zeroes in, the detectives searching for Ashley Wooten unearth clues of their own, bringing the same suspect into their purview. With both investigative teams certain the same man could not be responsible for all these crimes, yet neither willing to budge, it becomes a frantic race to discover which theory, if any, is correct before Ashley or another victim runs out of time.

John Scanlan is a police officer on the picturesque island of Palm Beach in South Eastern Florida. After moving south from the small, Western New York village of Le Roy in 2005, he subsequently fell in love with South Florida’s tropical beauty and laidback lifestyle, which is the backdrop for his first novel, Of Guilt and Innocence.  A graduate of Brockport College, John’s previous endeavors include training with the United States Border Patrol in Charleston, South Carolina and working as a legal aid for the former Immigration and Naturalization Service in Buffalo, New York. He currently resides in Palm Beach County, Florida with his wife and two small daughters.

Of Guilt and Innocence
Authored by John Scanlan
List Price: $16.95
5.5″ x 8.5″ (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
200 pages
Sunbury Press, Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-1620061787
ISBN-10: 1620061783
BISAC: Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Police Procedural

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Also available on Kindle and Nook

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John Fulton ReynoldsSunbury Press has released a new edition of the book “General John Fulton Reynolds: His Biography, Words and Relations” by Lawrence Knorr, Michael A Riley and Diane E Watson.

General John Fulton Reynolds, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, was the consummate tragic figure of war – the dashing young general on his horse, leading his men into the fray – men with whom he shared a mutual respect only felt when engaging in a higher purpose. His final act on the Gettysburg stage was to choose the right ground to defend and to place his men into position – decisions that ultimately led to the union victory and his own fate.

To do such a great man justice, editor Lawrence Knorr has combined three great works by other authors:

“For God Sakes Forward!” – Michael A Riley’s biography.

“Reynolds – The Last Six Miles” – Diane E Watson’s accounting of the final movements and moments in the general’s life.

“Reynolds – His Own Words Before Gettysburg” – Diane E Watson’s collection of letters and quotes from and about John Reynolds.

In addition, Lawrence has added his own “Relations of John Fulton Reynolds” – over 200 pages of Reynolds, Lefevre, Ferree, Landis & Moore family history.

In total, the life of John Reynolds is shown from numerous perspectives and dimensions, from his own accomplishments to lists of his extended family and extensive relations.

This book is 312 pages, indexed, with numerous vintage photographs.

General John Fulton Reynolds: His Biography, Words and Relations
Authored by Lawrence Knorr, Michael A Riley, Diane E Watson
List Price: $19.95
8″ x 10″ (20.32 x 25.4 cm)
Black & White on White paper
312 pages
Sunbury Press, Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-1620061817
ISBN-10: 1620061813
BISAC: Biography & Autobiography / Military


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