New Book Release from Fireship Press — “Nor Did They Fight Anymore”

“Two men separated by a century, united by blood, learn the true cost of war, a cost not dimmed by time. I hope this breakthrough book will steer some military writers toward regarding the inner and outer effects of war on combatants.” —Rita Mae Brown, best-selling author. - November 16, 2022

New Book Release from Fireship Press: “Fire-Eaters”

The Garretts, their friends, and family tell our American story—the story we didn’t hear about in school. In "Fire-Eaters," the second book in the Snakebit series, John Poniske skillfully shows how our Dis-United States came to be on a war footing. The humor, the humanity, and the horror blend in a tightly woven tale, as historical as it is fictional. - October 26, 2022

New Book Release from Fireship Press — “20,000 Kilos Under the Sea”

A modern retelling of Jules Verne’s high-seas adventure, with an exiled captain using an illicit submarine for smuggling, discovering riches, and revenge. - October 12, 2022

New Book Release from Fireship Press: “Flight to Freedom”

Being a prisoner of war isn't an option... Inspired by a true story of early World War II heroism, "Flight to Freedom" is the story of a diverse group of people who just won’t give up. - September 28, 2022

New Book Release from Fireship Press: “The Other Side of Certain”

For the love of love…and books. Of all the things that Mattie does have—money, comforts, a good name, she doesn’t have what matters most—friends, love, and a purpose of her own. - September 21, 2022

New Book Release from Fireship Press “The Law of Unintended Consequences”

It’s Tucson, it’s summer, and it is stinking hot. Sturdy, stalwart Detective Marie Stransky has returned to work after the birth of her fifth baby, another girl, to find that “he’s back.” - April 07, 2022

New Book Release from Fireship Press - "The Ironside Heist"

America’s oldest battleship afloat is in danger - it’s up to Pierce Spruce to save it. - March 24, 2022

New Book Release From Fireship Press - “A White Star in a Red Sky”

Two young women flying for their countries will form a lasting bond of friendship forged in the crucible of war. - August 26, 2021

New Book Release from Fireship Press - "Molly’s Song"

Amidst the turmoil of Civil War era New York, a young, immigrant woman seeks to escape a life of prostitution so that she may rescue a child from a terrible fate. - July 29, 2021

New Book Release from Fireship Press — "Cartledge Creek"

Born of contradiction, battered by bloody conflict, a young soldier desperately tries to find his way back home. - May 27, 2021

New Book Release from Fireship Press — "Captains of the Renown"

Tween Sea and Shore Series, Book II - April 29, 2021

New Book Release from Fireship Press - "Finding Paradise"

To what lengths must they go in order to discover a paradise of their own? - September 17, 2020

New Book Release from Fireship Press - "Tempest on the Outer Banks"

A prodigal’s homecoming is interrupted by a murder and the mass drownings of watermen in the graveyard of the Atlantic. - August 27, 2020

New Book Release from Fireship Press - "The Tsar’s Locket"

When Duty, Honor, and Love Collide - April 30, 2020

New Book Release from Fireship Press - “Straight Uphill: A Tale of Love and Chocolate”

In a hilltop Italian village, women chocolatiers work the improbable magic of love and chocolate. - February 14, 2020

New Book Release from Fireship Press - “Quest for Gold”

The Golden Age of Piracy. - December 12, 2019

New Book Release from Fireship Press — “The Cobbler’s Daughter”

A fast, fun, twenty-four hour, gaslight adventure. - October 24, 2019

New Book Release from Fireship Press — “The Ship’s Carpenter”

A Historic Novel of Love, War, and a Renowned Frigate - September 12, 2019

New Book Release from Fireship Press - "Fleet Angels"

From its humble beginnings in Lakehurst, N.J. in 1948, through its evolution to today’s helicopter squadrons, this is a story of their missions, from the mundane to the heroic. In the finest Naval tradition, the Fleet Angels’ stories illustrate their struggles, courage, creativity, persistence and even humor as they fulfill their military and peaceful missions. - May 09, 2019

New Book Release from Fireship Press—"Death Beneath the Waves"

It’s early 1942 and America is unprepared for the war it has declared on Japan and Germany. The enemy, however, is not… - March 14, 2019

New Book Release from Fireship Press / Cortero Publishing — "Deep Breathing"

An Angel of Mercy stalks the city and he’s coming for Abby Bannister... - February 21, 2019

New Book Release from Fireship Press - "Shipwreck Island"

In one of the most remote and uninhabitable places on earth a shipwreck with a legendary treasure is waiting to be found... - November 08, 2018

New Book Release from Fireship Press — "In Search of Brigid Coltrane"

Political and Religious Intrigue in 1940s Ireland. Brigid had vanished and Peter must race against the clock to save his fourteen-year-old daughter from deadly, brutal men. But will good trump evil, and at what cost? - September 06, 2018

New Book Release from Fireship Press - "Last Dance in Kabul"

The Ultimate Dance between Love and War. When the retreating British army is caught between the jaws of Afghanistan's blizzard-wracked mountain passes and hordes of vengeful tribesmen, Sarah and Reeve must rely on their skills, courage, and blossoming love just to survive. - August 02, 2018

New Book Release from Fireship Press - "Ghosts of World War II: NAS Banana River"

It was nothing more than a thin strip of land bordered by an ocean and a landlocked salt river. Its inhabitants were hoards of sand flies and mosquitoes. In time, it probably would have been taken over by developers, and become another resort area. But catastrophic events, beyond its shores, dictated a different role. Then, as suddenly as the Banana River Naval Air Station appeared, it was gone… vanished, leaving only the folklore, the of official reports, and a river with stories to tell. - July 04, 2018

New Book Release from Fireship Press "Courage Between Love and Death"

Elspeth has recently landed a nursing position. This is a big boon for her, but things are not going as expected. When the unthinkable happens, it is a turning point, not only for the medical industry and our country’s security, but also for Elspeth personally. With her career and reputation on the line, will she have the courage to overcome the challenges she faces to clear her name and continue to be there for the ones she loves? - March 29, 2018

New Book Release from Fireship Press - "Stone Circle"

Is the Ability to Read Minds a Blessing or a Curse? When Antonius’s father dies, he must work to support his family. He finds employment as a servant in the Palazzo Ducal, home of Conte Valperga. Sixteenth-century Pesaro is a society governed by status and Antonius has limited... - December 01, 2017

New Book Release from Fireship Press—"First Voyage"

It’s 1938, America is still in a depression, jobs are hard to come by and the world is preparing for war… The "Arrow" is an old tramp freighter with a diverse crew. Patrick Welch is a young seaman making his first trip on the "Arrow" and must weather storms and... - November 02, 2017

New Book Release from Fireship Press - The Irish Milliner: The Making of an Irish-American Woman in 19th Century New York

This is a story of survival, intrigue, romance, as well as, exploring the conflict of Irish immigrants thrust into a war that threatened to destroy a nation. It is about an Irish-American woman who could be any immigrant today, any woman today, seeking to create beauty and make sense of her life. - June 02, 2017

Fireship Press Author Susan Feathers Presenting "Threshold" at the Tucson Book Festival Authors Pavilion

Susan Feathers will be present to sign and sell copies of "Threshold" during the Authors Pavilion program at the Tucson Festival of Books on March 11, Saturday from 10 a.m. to Noon. - March 10, 2017

New Book Release from Fireship Press - Paint ‘n Spurs: The Men Who Founded the Cowboy Artists of America

Four men walked into a bar and over booze, beer and laughs they created a new art organization that represented America’s historical heritage. They called this creation The Cowboy Artists of America. The year was 1965; the place was the Oak Creek Tavern in Sedona, Arizona. Fred Harman... - March 07, 2017

New Book Release from Fireship Press - Paint ‘n Spurs: The Men Who Founded the Cowboy Artists of America

Four men walked into a bar and over booze, beer and laughs they created a new art organization that represented America’s historical heritage. They called this creation The Cowboy Artists of America. The year was 1965; the place was the Oak Creek Tavern in Sedona, Arizona. Now, over fifty years later, these cowboy artists, or artist cowboys, are together again in an informative and delightful biography of the founders of the Cowboy Artists of America called: Paint ‘n Spurs. - January 27, 2017

New Book Release from Fireship Press - "A Small Saving Grace" - a Contemporary Novel of Suspense with Wry Sensibilities

Life is in turmoil, yet against the odds, Andy, and those who love her, make slow, but steady progress. All the while, Andy’s attacker is stalking the entire household, searching for the right opportunity to kill his only living witness before she regains her ability to communicate. - November 15, 2016

New Book Release from Fireship Press - "Threshold" – a Fictional Novel Exploring the Dramatic Affects of Climate Change in the Desert Community of Tucson, Arizona

Climate scientists, politicians, and desert museum curators face the biggest challenge man can encounter - no water, anywhere. In the barrios, families and community leaders, band together as they face unbearable heat and the crushing weight of the gangs that intimidate them. With shifting sand underfoot, characters follow their intuition and learn new skills as they chart a way into a viable future. - November 01, 2016

New Book Release from Fireship Press—The Long Way Home–a Historical Novel Based on the True Story of Slaves Thomas Peters & Murphy Steele & Their Quest for a Better Life

The Promised Land for Two Slaves… Set in the turbulent times of the War of Independence, "The Long Way Home" follows the lives of Thomas Peters and Murphy Steele who are friends, former slaves, fellows-in-arms and leaders of the Black Brigade. Their real-life story is an epic adventure tale as they battle bounty hunters, racism, poverty and epidemic in their adopted country after the war. - October 01, 2016

New Book Release from Fireship Press – Charlatan – A Historical Novel of Madame de Montespan, the Long-Time Mistress of King Louis XIV and the Royal Scandal that Ensues

1676 - In a hovel in the centre of Paris, the fortune-teller La Voisin holds a black mass, summoning the devil to help an unnamed client keep the love of the King of France, Louis XIV. Three years later, Athénaïs, Madame de Montespan, the King’s glamorous mistress, is nearly forty. She has borne Louis seven children, but now seethes with rage as he falls for eighteen-year-old Angélique de Fontanges. Athénaïs must do something to keep the King's love and secure her children's future. But how...? - September 15, 2016

New Book Release from Fireship Press – the Prophet of Cobb Hollow, a Gripping Historical Novel of Love and Vengeance; Told with Eloquence and Suspense

Kane weaves a mesmerizing tale of one man and his decades-long retribution to avenge his beloved. Whether seen as a realistic glimpse into our forgotten past—or as the mythic retelling of narratives spun around the mystery that spawned his legend—he is the only man to have walked through the portals of our national history. He is the oldest living human on earth and now his oral collections are told as it was lived. His name is Reuben Shadrack Judah, and he is: The Prophet of Cobb Hollow. - September 01, 2016

The Hungry Horizon, a Debut Novel by Mike Hawthorne Follows the True Exploits of the Infamous Pirate, Bartholomew Sharp and His Band of Buccaneers

Jamaica, Christmas 1679. In Morant Bay, a fleet of buccaneers secretly prepares to attack the Spanish Main, in defiance of the peace treaty between England and Spain. A veteran of the Dutch Wars and Henry Morgan’s sack of Panama, Tom Sheppard flees from a brawl in Port Royal with his two young turtle-fishing mates to join the expedition and escape the threat of the gallows. - August 01, 2016

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