Ghost Dagger book cover

Geri Brunell ’62, Illustrator—Soul Mosaic, CreateSpace

Fay Vogel Bussgang ’54My Great Adventure: Europe 1954–55, CreateSpace

Linda Trowbridge Carleton ’69Elmina’s Fire: A Novel, She Writes Press

Ann Boerner Claycomb ’93The Mermaid’s Daughter: A Novel, William Morrow

Oscar Fernandez, Faculty—The Calculus of Happiness: How a Mathematical Approach to Life Adds Up to Health, Wealth, and Love, Princeton University Press

Helen Currie Foster ’67Ghost Dagger, CreateSpace

Paula Fredricksen ’73Paul: The Pagans’ Apostle, Yale University Press

Valentina Grub ’12The Cogspeare Conspiracy, Amazon Digital Services

Christina Holbrook ’83 and Marc Hoberman—Winelands of Colorado, Hoberman Collection

Lucia Howard ’73 and David Weingarten—All Roads Lead to Rome: 17th–19th Century Architectural Souvenirs from the Collection of Piraneseum, SFO Museum

Michael Jeffries, Faculty—Behind the Laughs: Community and Inequality in Comedy, Stanford University Press

Barbara Lynn-Davis, Faculty—Casanova’s Secret Wife, Kensington Books

Susan Elia MacNeal ’91The Paris Spy: A Maggie Hope Mystery, Random House

Jacqueline Briggs Martin ’66Creekfinding: A True Story, University of Minnesota Press

Lida Maxwell ’99Public Trials: Burke, Zola, Arendt, and the Politics of Lost Causes, Oxford University Press

Michelle McKinley ’85Fractional Freedoms: Slavery, Intimacy, and Legal Mobilization in Colonial Lima, 1600–1700, Cambridge University Press

Mary Anne Bell Morefield ’59No Bridle, No Bit, No Reins, Coffeetown Press

Sarah Milledge Nelson ’53Gyeongju: The Capital of Golden Silla, Routledge

Melinda Ponder ’66Katharine Lee Bates: From Sea to Shining Sea, Windy City Publishers

Carol Sanger ’70About Abortion: Terminating Pregnancy in 21st Century America, Harvard University Press

Meredith Sorensen ’01, Contributor—Adventures of Women Entrepreneurs: Stories That Inspire, Radius Partnership

Jennifer Jenkins Stewart ’82Grand Canyon National Park, Core Library

Margaret Charlotte Ward ’68Studies in the Translations of Juan Ramón and Zenobia Jiménez, Peter Lang

Jennifer Brailey Williams ’99After Economy, Shearsman Books

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