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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.

Showing 97-120 of 166 books

Mackinac: A Grand Hotel Romance

By Donna Winters

Victoria Whitmore heads to Grand Hotel to collect payment for the furniture her father made. But Rand Bartlett, the hotel’s manager, poses an unexpected challenge. 

Love at the Inn: Wilkins Harbor Book 1

By Emorie Cole

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.

Lost Swimmer Drill (Abby’s Camp Days: Volume 4)

By Jenifer Brady

Abby and her friends have graduated to junior high camp! Will camp and her friends help her get through her family’s crisis? Or will the problems at home put a damper on the summer camp fun?

Lost in the Woods: Building A Life Up North

By Richard Hill

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.

Living on Sisu The 1913 Union Copper Strike Tragedy

By Deborah K. Frontiera

Twelve-year-old Emma’s life will be turned upside down in the summer of 1913 by a violent strike against the copper mining companies. Only the Finnish characteristic sisu will get her through it.

Lilith's Love

By Tyler Tichelaar

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

Letters From Heroes World War I and World War II

By Edward T. Cook

The hardships, struggles, hopes and triumphs of the men and women who served in World War I and World War II is wonderfully captured in Letters From Heroes.

LESSON 1: Leveraging Leadership in Everyday Life

By John VanDusen

John uses his teaching, coaching, and Army experiences to layout 21 leadership lessons that can be leveraged in everyday life so they can be made the priority in their time of need.

Lake Superior Tales: Stories of Humor and Adventure in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, 2nd Edition

By Mikel B. Classen

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.

Lake Effect

By Richard Hill

A deckhand’s coming-of-age story of sailing the Great Lakes steamboats during the social and political upheavals of the early 1970s, an intimate portrait of life aboard the giant ore boats.

Kit Trouble

By Timothy LaJoice

Kit Trouble is the sequel to my first children’s book called Woodaline the beaver. It is a story about the baby beavers, Aspen and Willow, born from Woodaline and the mischief they get into outside.

King Arthur's Children: A Study in Fiction and Tradition

By Tyler Tichelaar

Did you know King Arthur had many other children besides Mordred? Depending on which version of the legend you read, he had both sons and daughters, some of whom even survived him.

Kawbawgam: The Chief, The Legend, The Man

By Tyler Tichelaar

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.

Iron Pioneers

By Tyler Tichelaar

A multi-generational novel about Marquette, its history and people.

Humorous Fishing Stories from the U.P.

By Illustrator: Brian Fretig, Robert R. Hruska

True stories from the author’s fishing experiences with colorful anecdotes. 

Humorous Adventures in the UP and Canada

By Robert R. Hruska

Latest humorous hunting and fishing book from Bob Hruska.

Houghton: The Birthplace of Professional Hockey

By William J. Sproule

The story of how a Canadian-born dentist and Houghton entrepreneur changed hockey by openly paying players to come to Michigan’s Copper Country to play hockey.

Hitchhiking After Dark: Offbeat Stories from a Small Town 

By Richard Hill

A wry and irreverent collection of stories, “Hitchhiking After Dark” offers a comical and sometimes ludicrous look at growing up and working in small towns.

His Wife, Her Answer (Book One of Choices and Answers Series)

By Danielle Yosere

Tyler needs a wife to fix his reputation. Lucy needs an answer to her problem. Are they one and the same?

High on the Vine, Featuring Yooper Entrepreneurs Tami & Evi Maki

By Terri Martin

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.

Her Choice, His Missus (Book Two of Choices and Answers Series)

By Danielle Yosere

Shay has to decide what she truly wants in life. Chase must fight for his family, and find a way to make things right.

Haunted Marquette: Ghost Stories from the Queen City

By Tyler Tichelaar

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?

Hamsters After Dark

By Kathy Kuczek

Hamsters After Dark was inspired by true events. We did indeed have six baby hamsters that kept escaping their cage.

Great Michigan Deer Tales, Book 7

By Richard P. Smith

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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