Immortal of the Cinder Path: the Saga of James “Ted” Meredith
By John Jack Lemon ’78
In this first tribute to early twentieth-century athlete James “Ted” Meredith, Lemon introduces a mostly forgotten, and sometimes heartbreaking, story of a world-record breaking runner, Olympic gold medalist, and all-around sports star.
By Suzanne D. Lonn ’67
WestBow Press: 2014
This third novel from Lonn explores family dynamics through adoption, obsessive compulsive disorders, and salvation. Hope is a sequel to Lonn’s earlier novel The Game of Hearts (2003 Exlibris). She also published Mixed Nuts in 2008, a novel about elder abuse, alcoholism, depression, and dementia.
A Bag of Badgers
By Casey McGovern ’04
McGovern, a WSU fine arts graduate, offers up 51 quirky poems that include strange uncles, tenacious badgers, wily raccoons, elusive poultry, and a variety of criminal mischief, illustrated with black and white drawings.
By Donald White ’63
Crime thriller set in the fictional small town of Markos, a quiet semirural place where the arrival of an unkempt stranger raises community concerns and eventually leads the city’s new police chief and the FBI to a serial murder suspect. This is White’s fourth novel.
The Counterfeit Detective
By Paul R. Paradise ’75
The shadowy depths of trademark counterfeiting drive the events in this novel by Paradise. When a private investigator’s best informant is murdered, a cabal of counterfeiters threaten his livelihood, and his life. Paradise has drawn on his expertise in trademark counterfeiting for numerous articles, as well as this novel.