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Alumni Authors

Fall 2020

 

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Jerry Mudd ’58

Roostertail  ($24.95 on Amazon)

In this mystery novel set against the high-octane backdrop of hydroplane racing, murder and political intrigue complicate a sleepy river town's attempt to boost tourism by starting its own hydroplane regatta. Someone is sabotaging racing boats and killing drivers in spectacular accidents. Harper, a magazine writer whose cousin was killed working on his boat, uncovers some nasty secrets—and nearly becomes the next victim—as he tries to solve the mystery.

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Carrie Cooke Ketterman ’09

Lost Amusement Parks of Kentuckiana  ($21.99 on Amazon)

Part of the Images of America series (Arcadia Publishing), this volume focuses on long-closed amusement parks in Louisville and the Southern Indiana area, including Fontaine Ferry, White City, Kiddieland, Glenwood Park and Rose Island.  

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Collin Flannagan ’16

Knock, Knock Who's There? Millionaire Status  ($7.99 on Amazon)

This humorous, beginner-friendly book written by a Bellarmine finance and economics graduate is targeted toward individuals who normally wouldn’t read finance books and covers topics like saving, investing, risk, quality of life and more.

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Dr. Janel Willingham ’17 DNP

Becoming Nurse Boss: How Student Loan Debt Led to a Journey of Purpose and Becoming a Nurse Boss  ($15.99 on Amazon)  

In this anthology about nurses and nurse practitioners making the journey toward entrepreneurship, Dr. Janel Willingham and co-authors share personal stories of career trials and triumphs. 


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