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

Snowdrops in Summer, by Helen Duggan: Three Friends, Through Thick and Thin

TweetLisa, Claire, and Toni don’t have much, but they do have each other. In Snowdrops in Summer ($15.95, 330 pp., ISBN: 978-1-60381-272-6), a work of women’s fiction by Helen Duggan, three friends who start a detective agency soon find themselves out of their depth. ** Click the cover image to…

The Assassins’ First Date, by J.A. Kazimer: A “Date” Lands Professional Killers in Hot Water with Lots of Steam

TweetThe target was dead by dessert, but not in the way they’d planned. Someone had turned the tables on Ben and Six. In The Assassins’ First Date ($11.95, 108 pp., ISBN: 978-1-60381-327-3), by J.A. Kazimer, killer-team Ben and “Six” go on an elegant working “date” where nothing proceeds as planned,…

Homicide in the House, by Colleen J. Shogan: A Killer Profits from a Capitol Hill Shutdown

TweetWhen the government shuts down, D.C. becomes a ghost town. A perfect opportunity to get away with murder. Not on Kit’s watch. Homicide in the House ($14.95, 258 pages, ISBN: 978-1-60381-333-4), by Colleen J. Shogan, is the second Washington Whodunit: a cozy mystery series set in Washington, D.C., and featuring…

 
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