by Dave Argabright
Jimmy Wilson is
back with Sprint Car Challenge, the 4th novel in the highly regarded
series based on the USAC Sprint Car trail of the 1970s.
action, fascinating characters and situations
demonstrate why this series has developed a cult following.
Hard cover, 342
THE RED RACECAR
Two buddies spend their first summer after
high school racing a dirt Midget in Thom Ring’s new novel for young
readers ages 12-15.
On the way, they learn some of what it
takes to go fast, in the pits and on the track. And they have a
Ring, a vocational counselor as well as occasional
Midget racer, offers THE RED RACECAR as a response to the
experts who claim boys and young men won’t read. He figures that
might simply be a case of nothing being published they want
Ring has driven every type of racecar from a
Sprint-Kart to a ground-pounding Supermodified, so he knows that for
exciting racing you can’t beat a Midget. He also covered racing for
a number of daily newspapers across New England as well as
publishing Shorttrack magazine and contributing to numerous
other motorsports publications.
Soft cover, 188 pages.
A Shot at Redemption
by Michael Sova
Cash Douglas has spent his career
going from car to car and track to track, always following the big
paydays and never worrying about whose toes he might be stepping on
in the process. He has his reasons. A family crisis forces him to
make money the best way he knows how.
Cash is given what he
believes is a once in a lifetime opportunity, but he soon discovers
it may kill him if he's not careful. He signs on to drive for
RaceTech, a brand new Supermodified race team. Frank McKinnel, the
owner of RaceTech, is after publicity and knows hiring a black sheep
like Cash Douglas is a sure way to get people talking.
gets more than he bargained for. Broken windows and a suspicious
practice-day crash lead to sabotage, assault and attempted murder.
A Shot at Redemption, the debut mystery novel by
Michael Sova, is a story of suspense, intrigue and high octane
Sprint Car Showdown
by Dave Argabright
Sprint Car Showdown is Dave
Argabright’s third title in the popular Jimmy Wilson saga. This book
covers Jimmy and the Ellison Special through their third and highly
eventful season on the USAC trail.
The entire cast is here:
Jimmy, Harvey, Slim, Sonny, Bobby, Steve Graffan, and a few new
characters. Each page is filled with dramatic racing action.
The long-running "Best of Times" fictional series in Sprint
Car & Midget Magazine is the basis of this edition, thrilling
readers with the cheers and tears of sprint-car racing in the 1970s.
Hard cover, 288 pages
FAST AND FEARLESS
by Dave Argabright
"Jimmy Wilson" adventure, 2nd of the series!
much-anticipated follow-up to SPRINT CAR SALVATION, this
new title picks up with Jimmy's second season on the tough USAC
trail. Jimmy, Harvey, Slim, Sonny, Renee, Bobby, Steve Graffan...the
gang's all here, filling each page with dramatic racing action.
The popular and long-running "Best of Times" fictional series in
Sprint Car & Midget Magazine is the basis of this edition,
thrilling readers with the cheers and tears of sprint car racing in
Hard cover, 288 pages. (Fiction)
Sprint Car Salvation
on the acclaimed “Best of Times” series in Sprint Car & Midget
Magazine, Dave Argabright has authored a full-length novel that
details the journey of fictional sprint car racer Jimmy Wilson and
the Ellison Special sprint car.
Capturing the very essence
of the sport, Sprint Car Salvation takes you on the
action-packed and emotional journey of an aspiring sprint car driver
in the 1970s. Along the way you’ll experience the joys, heartache,
and danger that lurks at every corner of the sport. And the people
you’ll meet! These pages are filled with the colorful, interesting,
eccentric and memorable people who make sprint car racing go round.
This first volume contains the first “season” of the “Best
of Times” series, plus extensive additional content throughout.
Hardcover, 240 pages.
The Art of Racing in the
by Garth Stein
We don’t usually feature fiction on our
website but we loved this book!
It’s the story of up-and-coming race car driver Denny Swift, his
wife Eve and their young daughter, and what happens to the family
when Eve gets sick. The narrative is told by Enzo, the family dog,
who has educated himself about life and the universe through his
many hours watching TV.
The author (and Enzo) blend humor, philosophy, compassion, and
racing lessons in one heartwarming tale, sure to please lovers of
racing and dogs alike.
Soft cover, 336 pages