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a Northern thunder certainly belongs in the hands of all military-thriller fans.”

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North Korean Adventure

a Northern thunder Andy Harp

“Will Parker has resilience, foresight, and fortitude to spare, and North Korea’s repressive regime and rugged terrain make for deadly opponents.”

  • PuBlishERs wEEkly

“Andy Harp is the real deal. He not only knows his subject, he makes it understandable to those of us who aren’t all that savvy on technical weapons systems. I thoroughly enjoyed A Northern Thunder, especially since Andy made the DPRK (North Korean) villains think of themselves as the good guys (which they do, BTW). Highly recommended to any fans of Tom Clancy, Dale Brown, or Stephen Coonts. Andy’s in good company!”

  • andREw PEtERson, an itw dEBut authoR

“WOW! This is one terrific book—action-packed first chapter to draw you in, a tempo that never lets up, very familiar terrain (four extra drill points for visiting so many training centers and fleet headquarters), an homage or two to some Marines we’ve all met, and a story that’s good to the very last twist! I strongly urge all you Marines, ex-Marines, and especially Reservists to read it, because you no doubt will LOVE Andy Harp’s A Northern Thunder, a real fine page-turner you won’t want to put down!” —kEvin doylE, Past PREsidEnt oF thE maRinE coRPs REsERvE oFFicERs association

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“More than just a girl-in-a-boy’s-world story. an inspiring and ultimately touching tale.”

  • libby Sternberg, edgar Finalist

Fastballs & Curveballs!

thrown a Curve Sara Griffiths

“A fine sports story reflecting how success on the playing field can give a young person the confidence to improve her life off the field.” —KLIATT

“A worthy story [with] an interesting and appealing plot.” —VOYA

“This is a story that will resonate with many readers from grades 7-12 who know that going through the teenage years is not easy. Recommended for middle and high school libraries because of the strong female lead character who undergoes a change in behavior and attitude. For those girls who do not fit into the fashion/popularity scene, this book will give them confidence to be who they are . . . Outstanding.” tRi-statE younG adult Book REviEw committEE (Pa, nJ, and dE), which namEd ThroWn a Curve a Book oF notE 2008

Thrown a Curve. . . is a serious and funny look at what teenagers deal with every day—things parents find far too easy to forget. The novel throws you right back into the up-and-down roller coaster of teenage life—the emotions, cliques, friendships, first kisses, and first loves. A lot of young girls will identify with Taylor as she tries to figure out herself and her relationships.” —JEnniFER doRE-tERhaaR, RowinG woRld chamPion and two-timE olymPian (1996 and 2000)

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