Welcome to Cherokee McGhee
We are a publisher of quality fiction that offers our readers a glimpse of extraordinary stories.
We strive to bring you excellence in literature that may be missing in the celebrity-oriented big houses of New York.
Profits are important, but not at the expense of producing the same book that sold well last year.
Value, worth, and entertainment guide us.
So, relax and read a great book from Cherokee McGhee. We know you'll enjoy the places and people you meet.
New from Cherokee McGhee Mystery
"I loved this trip down Route 66. Kris Neri keeps the action rolling with a tight plot, a cast of loveable loonies and a nostalgic tour of Americana."
"Kris Neri’s Lefty-Award nominated Tracy Eaton is back, this time on a wild ride along the famed cross-country road in REVENGE ON ROUTE 66. Forget the scenery -- there are murders to investigate! If you’re looking for laughs, hairpin turns, and whiplash plot twists, you won’t want to miss this madcap adventure. Buckle up!"
Southern Gothic steeped with Midwestern sensibility stirs the waters of the Tippecanoe River that embraces the town of Horseshoe and its inhabitants. A novel-in-stories, Horseshoe intertwines revenge, regret, murder, adultery, and insanity through the lives of the outwardly ordinary citizenry.
Cherokee McGhee Mystery
"In this new world of detective mysteries that is controlled by initials -- C.S.I. and D.N.A. it is refreshing to meet Detective Gus Churchill who operates in the style of Sam Spade or Nero Wolfe. I could envision Agatha Christie enjoying a cup of tea while reading McAleer’s Fatal Deeds on a rainy day."
-- T.M. Murphy, author of The Belltown Mystery Series
Andrew McAleer, Boston College professor of "The Master Sleuths" course, talks about his task as combat historian during his recent deployment in Afghanistan -- in The Observer at Boston College.
"In Love on the Big Screen, William Torgerson does for movies what Nick Hornby did for music in High Fidelity."
-Greg Downs, winner of the 2006 Flannery O'Connor Award
Cherokee McGhee books are also available in eBook formats:
-- Amazon's Kindle
-- Barnes & Noble's Nook
May 2012: Cherokee McGhee releases William J. Torgerson's Horseshoe. Click here for the Media Release.
February 2012: Cherokee McGhee releases Michelle A. Moore's Jasper.
September 2011: Cherokee McGhee Mystery releases Andrew McAleer's Fatal Deeds.
March 2011: Cherokee McGhee Mystery releases Mark Phialas's Who Killed 20G?
February 2011: Cherokee McGhee releases William J. Torgerson's Love on the Big Screen. Click here for the Media Release.
January 2011: Cherokee McGhee Mystery congratulates Kris Neri and Revenge for Old Times' Sake for the Left Coast Crime Lefty Award nomination.
January 2011: Cherokee McGhee Mystery signs Andrew McAleer's Fatal Deeds for Autumn 2011 publication.
March 2010: Cherokee McGhee Mystery signs Mark Phialas's Who Killed 20G? for publication in 2011.
March 2010: Revenge for Old Times' Sake by award-winning author Kris Neri is now available.
February 2010: Cherokee McGhee signs William Torgerson's Love on the Big Screen for publication in 2011. Click here for the Press Release.
May 2009: Fortune Island by award-winning author E.M. Schorb is now available.
May 2009: Cherokee McGhee Mystery releases 2nd editions of Kris Neri's Tracy Eaton Mysteries: Revenge of the Gypsy Queen and Dem Bones' Revenge. The new editions are in preparation for Neri's newest release in the series Revenge for Old Times' Sake.
April 2009: Under a Copper Moon and Cherokee McGhee honored as Historical Fiction Finalists in the 2008 Next Generation Indie Book Award. Click here for the Press Release.
All Cherokee McGhee books are distributed by Ingram and Baker & Taylor to your local bookstores.
They are also available from on-line bookstores such as Amazon.com.
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