Shop Books > More From Larry Rochelle

Occupy Fearrington By Larry Rochelle
Paperback: $15.00
Ships in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
Palmer Morel meets the Occupy movement in Carolina. When a demonstration is attacked by right-wing thugs, Morel escapes into the woods while motorcycles buzz nearby. Will he find who did the killings?
Southport Sisters By Larry Rochelle
Paperback: $14.95
Ships in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
SOUTHPORT SISTERS The politics of North Carolina have shifted, and forty-six-year-old tennis pro, Palmer Morel, can feel the difference. The hatred has increased. The Governor has forgotten the... More > poorest people of the state. And the Tar Heel sports program is in shambles. Morel has discovered many secrets about the Tar Heel state, and these secrets have put his life in danger. Together with his mother and his young son TJ, Morel has entered the Witness Protection program and is hiding out in Wilmington along the coast near the Cape Fear River.< Less
N'AWLINS By Larry Rochelle
Paperback: List Price: $12.00 $9.60 You Save: 20%
Ships in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
N'AWLINS by Larry Rochelle introduces us to New Orleans: its flavours, its music, its people. Travel the streetcars of New Orleans and get the emotional ride of your life.
Toledo Moments By Larry Rochelle
Paperback: List Price: $14.00 $11.20 You Save: 20%
Ships in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
After 46 years of teaching, the former Toledoan, Larry Rochelle, has finished two thrillers this year: BONAVENTURE and OCCUPY FEARRINGTON. “It’s quite curious to explore your childhood... More > hometown with the eyes of an adult, and place vicious murderers into that formerly tranquil landscape,” says the seventy-two-year-old author and sports buff. “Everyone should try it.” Growing up in Toledo’s West Side, Rochelle learned tennis and golf in Ottawa and Jermain Parks. His mother, Claire, often took him to Sigmond Sanger Library where he started off with sports fiction, particularly Claire Bee novels. “I loved those action stories, and later I collected quite a few first editions of his books.” Also credited for his literary bent are the Notre Dame nuns who taught at Gesu School. “Each one of them in the early grades read to us in class. What excitement!”< Less