For any of our Reck House publications, please click below to be taken to the book's webpage, where you can learn more about it, enjoy a brief excerpt, and, if it has been released, see reader responses to it. The press and its authors welcome your thoughtful reactions to our work. You can use our contact form to contribute your responses to the book, request a reader's guide, or suggest a question for subsequent revisions of the reader's guide. Our list is presented in alphabetical order, by title.
Household, Deborah Gould's first novel, was published in May 2011.
In Literature as in Life, a charmingly acerbic novel by former medievalist Sophia Pemberly, is scheduled for release in 2014.
Landscape with Trees, the first novel by Johanna Fox, is scheduled for publication in March 2013.
Johanna Fox's second novel, Learning to Drown, is scheduled for publication in late 2013 or early 2014. (The webpage for this novel is currently under development.)
Janis Bolster's second Sally Jean Chalmers mystery, The Lost Daughters, was published in September 2011 and was a finalist in the 2012 Maine Literary Awards crime fiction category. It was preceded by Murder in Two Tenses.
The edited memoirs of a young midwesterner's first year at West Point, Memoirs Beyond Memory: Willis Thompson May's Plebe Year, 1875-76, is scheduled for release late in early 2013. It is the first volume in the Reck House Press Sidebar Historian® series.
The first of the Sally Jean Chalmers mysteries, Murder in Two Tenses, by Janis Bolster, was released in July 2010.
The Woman, the Elm, Contrition, & Knowledge. A novella and six stories by Rosemary Gerard was released in April 2010.
Words on Wednesday Night: Selections from the Rock Hill Writers' Group. Edited by Janis Bolster. Released in October 2009.