Robert Graham ’56 and Caryl Archibald Graham ’57 introduce a new science fiction murder mystery, Helen Once, Helen Twice, Helen Once Again (Easy Reader Press).
Peggy Rivers Constantine ’68 recounts her time with the Peace Corps in Brazil in a memoir, The Reluctant Volunteer (BookBaby).
Tuvya Zaretsky ’68 introduces a new book, He Said then She Said: Helping Jewish-Gentile Couples Find Spiritual Harmony (Jews for Jesus).
Richard H. Adams Jr. ’72 documents his experiences living with Egyptian farmers in An American in Rural Egypt (R.H. Adams).
Mike Rothmiller ’78 offers a new work of nonfiction, Secrets, Lies and Deception—and Other Amazing Pieces of History (CreateSpace Independent Publishing).
Timothy Dean Leffler ’80 presents a new biography of an American silent film star, Mabel Normand: The Life and Career of a Hollywood Madcap (McFarland).