This catalog lists books which were written by members of the Upper Peninsula Publisher’s & Author’s Association (UPPAA). Any active member can submit their book data for the catalog at any time. This includes any book you may have written, regardless of whether it concerns the U.P. or not.
Gabby Daniels is running to escape from her dangerous ex boyfriend. She decides to make a fresh start in a remote town in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan called Wilkins Harbor. Desperate for a job, she can’t believe her luck when the gorgeous Brandon Edwards offers her a position at his charming inn.
Rich and Judy Hill had a dream: to build a simple handcrafted log home in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. But what began as a grand adventure soon morphed into a complex entanglement of blueprint designs, contractor problems, and unforeseen financial expense.
Eighteen years have passed since Adam and Anne Delaney’s twin sons were kidnapped, ostensibly by one who wished them well. Now, after a string of useless clues and years of doubting their own sanity, the couple arrive in Istanbul where they have been told they will find the answers they seek…and hopefully the infant boys who—if even alive—would now be
Pirates, thieves, shipwrecks, sexy women, lost gold, and adventures on the Lake Superior frontier await you! In this book, you’ll sail on a ship full of gold, outwit deadly shapeshifters, battle frontier outlaws and even meet the mysterious agent that Andrew Jackson called "the meanest man" he ever knew.
Today, Charles Kawbawgam, “The Last Chief of the Chippewa,” is a legend in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula for allegedly living to age 103 (1799-1902). But few know anything else about him beyond his being buried in Marquette’s beautiful Presque Isle Park.
This series of short stories feature thrice-removed cousins, Tami & Evi Maki, who often contemplate how their lives would be vastly different (certainly better), if only they did not bear the burden of their marriages to Toivo and Eino.
Founded as a harbor town to ship iron ore from the nearby mines, Marquette became known as the Queen City of the North for its thriving industries, beautiful buildings, and being the largest city in Upper Michigan. But is Marquette also the Queen of Lake Superior’s Haunted Cities?
Book 7 of Great Michigan Deer Tales continues the tradition started in 1994 with Book 1 in the series of providing detailed information about how, where, when and by whom the state’s biggest bucks were bagged.
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