Catherine Treadgold

About me

Catherine Treadgold is publisher and editor-in-chief at Coffeetown Enterprises in Seattle, WA. On its Coffeetown Press imprint readers can find both historical fiction and creative nonfiction. The list of Camel Press, its genre imprint, includes several historical romances. Catherine has a bachelor’s cum laude in German Literature from Princeton University and a master’s in Vocal Performance and a certificate in Technical Writing from the University of Washington. During her three years at Coffeetown Enterprises, the company has grown into a hybrid press, releasing most titles in POD trade paperback and eBook formats, but also doing the occasional print run. Camel Press’s list includes reprints of historical novels by Mary Daheim and Carla Kelly, and Coffeetown’s includes Tom Holt’s two Lucia and Mapp novels. Camel Press will release a new historical romance by Carla Kelly, The Double Cross, in August of 2013.

From my website

Side Trip to Kathmandu, by Marie Moore: Unmasking a Well-Heeled Murderer

TweetSide Trip to Kathmandu ($12.95, 186 pages, ISBN: 978-1-60381-297-9), is the third installment in a cozy mystery series by Marie Moore featuring Sidney Marsh, a New York-based travel agent. In this adventure Sidney and Jay are recruited by their glamorous friend and sometime client Brooke for a luxury tour of…

Due for Discard, by Sharon St. George: A Corpse Found in a Dumpster Throws a Small Town into Turmoil

TweetDue for Discard ($15.95, 340 pages, ISBN: 978-1-60381-223-8), is the first book in a mystery series by debut author Sharon St. George, set in Northern California and featuring Aimee Machado, a forensic librarian. On her first day on the job, Aimee discovers that her own brother is the prime suspect…

Gosford’s Daughter, by Bestselling Author Mary Daheim: Passion and Intrigue in the Scottish Highlands

TweetGosford’s Daughter ($16.95, 362 pages., ISBN: 978-1-60381-963-3), is a reprint of an early historical romance by bestselling author Mary Daheim. The novel was originally published in 1988 under the title, Passion’s Triumph, and continues the story that began with The Royal Mile, originally Love’s Pirate. “Mary Daheim’s novels are a…

 
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