Terry Foody

During the nineteenth century, cholera raged through the United States several times, and Kentucky had very high fatality rates. In 1833, cholera killed 500 of Lexington’s population in just a few weeks. Foody examines the devastation in Lexington from many angles—environmental, commercial, social and medical. She discusses early altruistic efforts, the black woman behind the …Continue Reading

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Book Signing

Kim Rambacher and will be at Off the Beaten Path Bookstore on Saturday, October 8th from 12pm to 2pm for a book signing. Miracle Marcia by Kim Rambacher Everyone in the small village of Bemus Point, New York knows the Rambachers. In addition to working, Kim is an officer in the Bemus Point Volunteer Fire …Continue Reading

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D. C. Wallace

A reluctant hero, afraid of his shadow, travels through darkness discovering new and fantastic worlds. Six year old Clifford Tuttle disappeared while on expedition in South America with his parents and was found over 1,000 miles away three days later with no memory of what happened. Now fourteen, Clifford lives in the dark, hiding away …Continue Reading

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