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  • Improbable Cause: The War on Terror's Assault on the Bill of Rights
  • Nonfiction/Constitutional Rights

  • by Sharia Mayfield and Brandon Mayfield
  • Paperback: $14.95, eBook: $6.95

  • Brandon Mayfield, a Portland resident and Muslim lawyer, is unexpectedly arrested on May 6, 2004, in connection to the March 11 Madrid train bombings that took the lives of nearly 200 people. In a gripping true account of one of the U.S. government’s biggest blunders in the “War on Terror,” the Mayfields invite you into the secretive world of espionage, faulty forensics, and wrongful accusations.

    A portion of the proceeds for this book will be donated to the Oregon Innocence Project.

  • Repeat Offenders
  • Nonfiction/Social Commentary

  • by Bill Bonvie
  • Paperback: $14.95, eBook: $6.95

  • Warning: Many of this book’s contents previously offended certain people when they were first published on the op-ed and commentary pages of various newspapers, and may still pose a threat to cherished credos and deeply entrenched beliefs. Just keep in mind that these dissertations are still every bit as dangerous to various dogmas and delusions as they were when they first appeared in print – and are fully capable of off ending again.
  • Keep Calm and Query On
  • Nonfiction

  • by Luke Reynolds
  • Paperback: $14.95, eBook: $6.95

  • Luke Reynolds discusses his journey as a writer with all of its bludgeoning defeats and small triumphs. These reflections on living and writing pulse with hope, wisdom, and conviction. Luke’s journey as a writer is accompanied by 14 interviews he has conducted with powerful and prolific authors, including Jane Smiley, Daniel Handler (a.k.a. Lemony Snicket), George Saunders, Lindsey Collen, and David Wroblewski.
  • Tears for the Mountain
  • Nonfiction

  • by Chris Rakunas
  • Paperback: $14.95, eBook: $6.95

  • On Tuesday, January 12th 2010, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake shook the island nation of Haiti. In Tears for the Mountain, Chris recounts his mission to deliver medical supplies to the earthquake-ravaged island nation. Chris discusses both the triumphs and heartbreaks of the trip and the problems with distributing aid in a nation lacking the most basic infrastructure.
  • A portion of the proceeds for this book are being donated to New Life Children’s Home in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.