Second Wind Publishing Celebrates September 9th, National Grandparents Day!

 In 1978, President Jimmy Carter recognized the Sunday following Labor Day as
National Grandparents Day!

Celebrate With Mommaw and Poppaw and a Good Book from Second Wind Publishing!


 The Phantom Lady of Paris by Calvin Davis

A suspense-filled love story, The Phantom Lady of Paris tells of American Paul Lasser and his sojourn to the City of Light, where he meets the mysterious Phantom Lady, Bonnie Silver, a woman who is more question marks than answers.

Why is she in Paris and why do the French police investigate her and her “person of interest” friends.  One friend, a flower child, overdoses on drugs.  Another morphs into a terrorist, bombing cafes.  Is a Communist agitator an associate of Bonnie’s?  Slowly Paul unearths answers, and even as they quench his desire to understand, they begin to haunt him


 False Positive by J J Dare

Joe Daniels had tried for years to put his military, special op, mercenary past behind him. He married a beautiful woman and settled into a mundane job as a police detective. Then everything came crashing down around him. A terrible accident that nearly claimed his wife’s life not only opened the door to his past, but forced him to recognize all of his perceptions of the world around him were wrong. People he had known as friends were now part of a nameless enemy intent on stealing his life. He became a hunted and haunted man. As he traveled down the dangerous road to discovery and revenge, he uncovered realities that would shake the very core of his perception of the world. He discovered secrets buried in legend, secrets no man could even hint at without fatal consequences and would forever change everything around him. Say goodbye to illusions of the life around you and hello to an awful reality. Welcome to Joe’s world.


Light Bringer by Pat Bertram

Becka Johnson had been abandoned on the doorstep of a remote cabin in Chalcedony, Colorado when she was a baby. Now, thirty-seven years later, she has returned to Chalcedony to discover her identity, but she only finds more questions. Who has been looking for her all those years? Why are those same people interested in fellow newcomer Philip Hansen? Who is Philip, and why does her body sing in harmony with his? And what do either of them have to do with a shadow corporation that once operated a secret underground installation in the area?


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