Video Trailer: The Cobb Legacy

The Cobb LegacyCagney Nowak is writing a novel around the 1905 shooting death of baseball legend Ty Cobb’s father, William, by his mother a week before Ty was called up by the Detroit Tigers. Although she was acquitted by an all-male jury on the grounds that the incident was accidental, the townspeople of Royston, Georgia, thought otherwise. Gossip had it that Amanda Cobb was having an affair and that William, having told her he was going out of town on business, returned to catch her with her lover.

When Cagney begins to relive the night of the shooting in his dreams, he is led to discover his father’s deepest secret.

The Cobb Legacy, the mystery novel by J. Conrad Guest, is available for purchase through, Amazon UK, and most online booksellers.

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Print Book Party Panorama

print book panoramaImagine a place with print books as far as the eye can see! What could be better than that? If those print books were at bargain prices! Well guess what? That they are, right here today at the Indies Unlimited Print Book Party.

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Indie Reads – January 2015

Indies Unlimited does not review books, but we do have a couple of renowned reviewers on staff. We thought a great way to celebrate indie writing would be to ask those reviewers for their top indie picks of the month. Here are this month’s top picks from our experts:

Bad Traffick 120x177Bad Traffick by DV Berkom

” Utterly gripping, compelling, edge-of-your seat writing. … Highly recommend.”

Read the rest of the review by Cathy Speight.

Bad Traffick is available through

all the butterflies in the world by rodney jones 120x177 All the Butterflies in the World by Rodney Jones

“…the end of this book caught me off-guard. It’s not very often that happens. Kudos to Rodney Jones for a wonderful adventure…”

Read the rest of the review by ?wazithinkin.

All the Butterflies in the World is available through

Groovy Kind of Love by Karen Wojcik Berner 120x177A Groovy Kind of Love by Karen Wojcik Berner

“It’s a classic case of opposites attracting, with each learning from the other and in the process tempering their more extreme tendencies for the better.”

Read the rest of the review by BigAl.

A Groovy Kind of Love is available on

The God Particle by Daniel Danser 120x177The God Particle by Daniel Danser

“Author Daniel Danser expertly knits recent historical events into a sci-fi thriller that will keep readers at the edge of their seats.”

Read the rest of the review by Michael Thal.

The God Particle is available at

The Shadows Call by Matt Hilton 120x177The Shadows Call by Matt Hilton

“Nothing is quite as it seems and in the last quarter Hilton turns the whole story on its head.”

Read the rest of the review by Keith Nixon.

The Shadows Call is available through