Incorgnito Books

Between the Knife and the Sock

by Inder Sandhu

Inder lives in a picturesque town in India, far from the dismal conditions of those less fortunate. However, nowhere is he completely safe from the crime and violence that clings to his country’s underbelly. He soon finds himself on the receiving end of a brutal attack in the streets.


David L. Margrave: The Plumber Who Outwitted the IRS

by David L. Margrave

The entirety of our monetary system has been proven to be flawed by a small-town South Pasadena, California plumber. How flawed? He paid not only his bills and the IRS, legally, in gold coins, he never utilized standard notes, checks or credit cards for over 30 years.


Forests of the Fae

by K Kibbee

Deep in the wilds of the Pacific Northwest lies a town that has fallen prey to the forest. The souls of the townsfolk who vanished there over a century ago still cleave to its dilapidated buildings and yet the streets are empty, and the air is eerily still. Bent on unravelling the town’s mysterious past, 13-year-old Anne sets out on a journey that will lead her to the dark realm of the Fae Changelings, where the thirst for human children is ravenous enough to empty entire city—save one.


Get Organized. Get Focused. Get Moving.
How to Avoid Productivity Potholes

by Cynthia Kyriazis

Cynthia Kyriazis shares with you the best organization and time-management principles of her 25-year professional career as a productivity trainer and coach. From small business owners to Fortune 500 companies, these principles are proven, effective, and most importantly, applicable to your life, work, and business.


How to Prepare for Old Age
Without Taking the Fun Out Of Life

by Bernard S. Otis

In this touching, often humorous and very personal account, Bernie shares his 86 years of life, love, loss and laughter as an inspirational guide to what it means to age without growing old. His advice on love after 60, how to talk with family members about illness, what you should be prepared for when confronting tragedy and loss, what it means to be a caregiver to a loved one and many other of life's challenges are a must for family members young and old.


Mysterious Monsters

by David Michael Slater

Mysterious Monsters is a humorous, six-book early chapter series full of mystery and adventure. When Marcus Mattigan, star of the popular show, "Monstrous Lies with Marcus Mattigan", offers to let his kids; Maddie, Max, and Theo, travel around the country with him as he exposes frauds and fakes, the trio manages to find and capture the world's most mysterious and elusive creatures – and then to hide them in their increasingly crowded basement. As you can imagine, with each book, the situation gets more and more hairy.


Never Foul a Jump Shooter
A Guide to Basketball Lingo, Lessons and Laughs

by Daniel Yost

NEVER FOUL A JUMP SHOOTER, A Guide To Basketball Lingo, Lessons and Laughs began as the author having fun with a few quirky basketball expressions, such as “penetrate and dish” and “a foul waiting to happen.” But then it just kept growing into a humorous look at wonderfully colorful basketball expressions.


Taimak, The Last Dragon
An Autobiography

by Taimak

In this book, you’ll follow Taimak’s inspirational, hilarious, shocking, eye-popping life story. You’ll be right there with him as he meets everyone from David Bowie to Mike Tyson, and you’ll join him as he experiences triumphs and heartbreaks in the world of Hollywood. You’ll even learn more about his relationship with Denise Mathews (a.k.a. Vanity) and his other co-stars from The Last Dragon.


Theodore and the Enchanted Bookstore

by K Kibbee

Poor, poor Theodore. He was born a painfully awkward, near-sighted little Corgi, and things only seemed to worsen as time progressed. Despite a briefly joyous stint with his adoptive Mum, Theodore quickly found his little world crumbling with the addition of a human baby who he kept tripping, running into, and generally aggravating. It wasn’t long before Theodore found himself at the end of a short leash on a long walk down the intake line at the local dog shelter. Thoroughly disenchanted with the world, Theodore had all but given up hope of ever being anything but a bumbling, unloved, miserable little dog. Then, in walked Sam.