Fireweed, by Nellie Buxton Picken

Ed McLauren has fought his whole life: to build the Lazy Ear ranch, to pass responsible range management legislation, and to expose the unscrupulous and greedy developers who seek to rob the N’Chi-lix-czin of their birthright. In Fireweed (286 pages), Ed perseveres to speaks out in favor of controlled brush-burning to unwilling ears, while discomfited…

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A Vintage Murder, by Janet Smith

Seattle attorney Annie Macpherson is stunned to receive a desperate phone message from her old high school friend, Taylor North. They haven’t spoken in seventeen years, ever since the bitter fight involving Taylor’s violent boyfriend–and eventual husband–Steven Vick. So, with trepidation and a touch of dread, Annie rushes to Yakima Valley, where Taylor owns a…

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Echoes of Fury, by Frank Parchman

Former investigative journalist Frank Parchman becomes embedded in the lives of eight people whose fates are profoundly altered and ultimately become intertwined in the aftermath of the volcanic fury in southwest Washington state. The story begins on March 20, 1980. After 123 years of geologic tranquility, a swarm of earthquakes signals that America’s youngest and…

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Views: Best of the Northwest

Lavishly printed in full color, Views: Best of the Northwest (108 pages) collects one hundred of the most iconic images of the Northwest, featuring thirty-five photographers spread across four states (Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington). Published by Emerald Point Press, an imprint of Seattle. ** Click the cover image to order from Amazon ** ** Or buy it…

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Color Me Seattle, by Kristine DeLong

Color Me Seattle (40 pages) is a delightful coloring book featuring familiar scenes of the Seattle area. Published by Emerald Point Press, an imprint of Seattle. ** Click the cover image to order from Amazon ** ** Or buy it on Barnes & Noble or Indiebound! **

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