“A Shadow Melody” is a fascinating blend of historical fiction and speculative fiction… one of the most original novels I have read in years.” –Kenneth W. Harmon, author of “In the Realm of Ash and Sorrow” In the early 1900s, Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla, and Harry Browning each researched devices to contact the dead through scientific means.
Stanley Coveleski’s life was a story of triumph and tragedy. He was born in the Coal Region town of Shamokin, PA in 1889, the eighth child of Polish immigrants, and went to work as a breaker boy when he was 12. But he escaped the 12-hour work days in the mines by throwing stones at
What do Libertarians believe that sets them apart from other political parties? How do Libertarian values, approaches, and principles result in more successful “pursuits of happiness” than the approaches of other political parties? And how does Judge Jim Gray dare to say that the Libertarians are the only political party in the mainstream of American