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

Deadly Spirits, by E. Michael Helms: A “Ghost” with a Bone to Pick

TweetDeadly Spirits ($15.95, 266 pages, ISBN: 978-1-60381-349-5) is the fourth book in a mystery/thriller series by E. Michael Helms featuring private eye Mac McClellan. After Mac joins a paranormal society whose members are falling victim to a deadly run of bad luck, he begins his search for a flesh-and-blood villain.…

The Spirit in St. Louis, by Mark Everett Stone: Book 6 in the From the Files of the BSI Series

TweetThe Spirit in St. Louis ($15.95, 304 pages, ISBN: 978-1-60381-256-6) is Book 6 in Mark Everett Stone’s popular urban fantasy series featuring a super-agent employed by the Bureau of Supernatural Investigation. In this episode Kal is sent to St. Louis, Missouri, to battle an evil ghost bent on destroying humanity.…

Merry Christmas from Camel Press!

TweetLooking for Christmas-themed stories? Here are two Regency romance story collections by award-winning author Carla Kelly and a mystery in Robert J. Ray‘s classic hard-boiled Matt Murdock series. If you love Carla’s Christmas stories, check out Camel Press’s reprints of her other Regencies as well as her historical romances set…

 
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