2nd edition of "Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last" contains new and updated information

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Sunbury Press has released an updated second edition of Jacksonville native Mike Campbell’s classic Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last, the seminal work about the fate of the famed aviatrix.

About the Book:
amelia fcover 2Nearly everything the American public has seen, read and heard in the media for nearly eighty years about the so-called Amelia Earhart mystery is intentionally false or inadvertently misleading. The widely accepted myth that the disappearance of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan during their ill-fated world-flight attempt in July 1937 is among the greatest aviation mysteries of the 20th century is an abject lie, the result of decades of government propaganda that continues unabated to this day.

The Second Edition of Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last adds two chapters, a new foreword, rarely seen photos, and the most recent discoveries and analysis to the mountain of overwhelming witness testimony and documentation presented in the first edition of Truth at Last. The result is the most compelling, comprehensive presentation of the indisputable facts that reveal the stark truth about the Marshall Islands and Saipan presence and deaths of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan – a tragic story that American’s ruling class still doesn’t want the public to know, for reasons revealed in Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last.

Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last dismantles and debunks the popular theories that Amelia Earhart’s Electra crashed and sank off Howland Island on July 2, 1937, or landed at Gardner Island, now Nikumaroro, where the suddenly helpless fliers died of starvation on an island teeming with food sources.

The Truth at Last presents many remarkable new findings, eyewitness accounts and never published revelations from unimpeachable sources including three famous U.S. flag officers and iconic newsman and Earhart researcher Fred Goerner’s files that reveal the truth about Amelia’s death on Saipan, as well as the sacred cow status of this matter within the U.S. government and media establishment.

The Truth at Last answers the big questions about the disappearance of Amelia Earhart, leaves no doubt about what happened to the doomed fliers, and is destined to take its rightful place as the definitive Earhart work.

Contents:
Introduction
Birth of a Legend
The Final Flight
The Search and the Radio Signals
Saipan, Thomas E. Devine, and NR 16020
The Saipan Witnesses
The Way to the Marshalls
The Marshall Islands Witnesses
Goerner’s Reversal and Devine’s Dissent
Saipan Veterans Come Forward
Earskin J. Nabers: The Unknown Eyewitness
Nabers and the Forrestal Connection
Gravesites
Griswold, Henson, and Burks
The Care and Nurture of a Sacred Cow
The Establishment’s Contempt for the Truth
Conclusion

About the Author:

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Mike Campbell spent nine years as an active-duty Navy print and broadcast journalist and 21 years as a Navy civilian writer and Air Force public affairs officer, retiring from federal service in 2008. Originally from College Park, Maryland, he is a 1974 graduate of the University of Maryland.

After meeting Thomas E. Devine, author of EYEWITNESS:  The Amelia Earhart Incident in 1988, Campbell became convinced that Devine, Fred Goerner, Paul Briand Jr., and other Earhart researchers were correct when they proclaimed the presence and death of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan on Saipan after their disappearance in July 1937. Fourteen years of collaboration with Devine producedWith Our Own Eyes: Eyewitnesses to the Final Days of Amelia Earhart, published in 2002 by a small Ohio company.

His second book on the Earhart case, Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last,published in June 2012, greatly expands upon the important eyewitness accounts of former American GIs who participated in the 1944 Battle of Saipan presented in With Our Own Eyes. According to Campbell, Truth at Last is the most focused, strident and compelling case for Earhart and Noonan’s Marshall Islands landing, followed by their deaths on Saipan ever written.

In addition to bringing together all the significant eyewitness and other witness accounts gathered by a multitude of investigators for the first time, Truth at Last presents many new findings, testimony and analysis, as well as never-before-published information from the late Fred Goerner’s forgotten files that reveals the ongoing, institutionalized cover-up of the truth about Amelia’s fate at the highest levels of the U.S. government.

Amelia Earhart:The Truth at Last, completely debunks both the anachronistic, 78-year-old Navy-Coast Guard verdicts that Amelia Earhart’s Electra, NR 16020, crashed and sank in the central Pacific off Howland Island on July 2, 1937, as well as the currently fashionable falsehood that the fliers landed on Nikumaroro in the Phoenix Islands, where they perished from starvation.

He lives in north Jacksonville, Fla., with his wife, Nee and his cats.

Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last: Second Edition
Authored by Mike Campbell
List Price: $19.95
7″ x 10″ (17.78 x 25.4 cm)
Black & White on White paper
380 pages
Sunbury Press, Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-1620066683
ISBN-10: 1620066688
BISAC: Transportation / Aviation / History

For more information, please see:
http://www.sunburypressstore.com/Amelia-Earhart-The-Truth…

Dysfunctional Kansas family battles it out in April Knight thriller "Nobody Dies in Kansas"

LAWRENCE, Kan. — Sunbury Press has released April Knight’s psychological thriller Nobody Dies in Kansas.

Excerpt:
“Mother,” Linda asked. “Is something bad going to happen?”

“Something bad always happens,” she answered without turning around. She wiped the kitchen counter with a dirty dishrag and hung it up to dry.

“I mean, is something bad going to happen to us?” Linda asked.

Mother turned around and looked at her daughter with annoyance.

“Have you done something that is going to embarrass and humiliate me? Like the time you picked flowers out of the churchyard?” Mother put her hands on her hips.

“No, I haven’t done anything and I didn’t know I couldn’t pick the flowers. I thought since they were growing in the churchyard they belonged to God and it was OK to pick them because God has lots of flowers,” Linda explained again. She’d been explaining ever since she’d picked the flowers two years ago when she was six.

“Well, to answer your question, yes, I’m sure something bad will happen to us. I’m a very unlucky woman,” Mother said.

“Do you think something bad is going to happen to me, too?” Linda asked.

“Yes, lots of bad things are going to happen to you,” Mother said. “You are an unlucky girl, you aren’t smart, and you aren’t pretty so you will always have bad luck.”

She knew something bad was going to happen. She thought about what Mother had said: she was going to die, she was going to be kidnapped and cut up and thrown into the river.

She wondered who she’d miss after she was gone and decided there wasn’t anybody. Nobody liked her at school, nobody liked her at home. No, she wouldn’t miss anybody and nobody would miss her, not even Sue. Maybe Mother wouldn’t even notice she was gone. Maybe she’d be gone for a month before Mother missed her.

It would be nice if somebody missed her. It would be nice if somebody cried because she was gone forever. She couldn’t think of anybody who would cry.

Thinking about it made her cry for herself.

About the Book:

ndikLinda Davison is tall, beautiful, powerful, and strong enough to escape from dangerous snares and defeat evil monsters … in her dreams. The eight-year-old Kansan dreams of someday becoming just like her silver screen heroine, Tandaleah, Fire Goddess of the Volcano—a gorgeous conqueror of the jungle and its many pitfalls and villains. In her real life, however, Linda is what her mother tells her she is: skinny, scrawny, scraggly, and scared—not at all like the queen of the jungle.

Lenora Davison is cursed with a pitiful wretch of a daughter and a disgustingly vulgar husband, the two of them good for nothing but maintaining the illusion that she is the ideal wife and mother, deserving of so much more than she’s been so unfairly dealt. If only she could run away from dull Kansas and the monotony of her domestic life … maybe even find a new man, perhaps …

Dave Davison has successfully spent most of his life cruising along, not making waves, flying under the radar. Just the way his family expects. His one mistake—marrying his cold, selfish wife—however, has slowly snowballed over the years, resulting in an unwanted child, a hateful marriage, and a general sense of not having met his full potential.

The Davisons take steps toward their ideal lives and away from each other in this psychologically demented family story. Only one Davison will achieve their goal—who will it be … and will the adage ring true that “Nobody dies in Kansas”?

About the Author:
April Knight decided at the age of nine she would be a writer and live on the crater rim of a volcano and be called Tandaleah, Fire Goddess of the Volcano. At the age of thirteen she sold her first story to anational magazine and her first book became a best seller. She moved to Hawaii and lived near the Kilauea volcano but failed to become Tandaleah the Fire Goddess.

April has been a missionary in New Mexico, a barrel racer in rodeos in Colorado, panned for gold in the Yukon and has ridden camels in the outback in Australia. She is currently living a nice quiet, respectable life in Seattle where she writes about blood awful murder.

Nobody Dies in Kansas

Authored by April Knight

List Price: $16.95
5.5″ x 8.5″ (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
288 pages
Sunbury Press, Inc.
ISBN-13: 978-1620063996
ISBN-10: 1620063999
BISAC: Fiction / Thrillers / Suspense

Also available on Kindle and Nook

For more information, please see:
http://www.sunburypressstore.com/Nobody-Dies-in-Kansas-97…