Steerforth Press

Steerforth Press was founded in 1993. Our only tests of a book’s worth are whether it has been written well, is intended to engage the full attention of the reader, and has something new or important to say.

STORIES THAT NEED TO BE TOLD

1994

“If someone were to ask me what three books they should read to understand what happened in Vietnam, I would say: Street Without Joy . . . Honorable Men . . . and War of Numbers — Lt. Col. H. Thomas Hayden, The Marine Corps Gazette

2000 & 2017

“An exposé of the intellectual arrogance that permeated the race to explore the Arctic region.” — Library Journal (starred review)

2004

“Sheeran’s confession that he killed Hoffa . . . is supported by the forensic evidence, is entirely credible, and solves the Hoffa mystery.” — Michael Baden M.D., former Chief Medical Examiner of the City of New York

2008

“A copy of [this] masterpiece should be in every library in the country, including schools. No value can be placed on its worth, not only from the stock car racing side, but from the black history aspect.” — Morris Stephenson in The Franklin News-Post

2013

“What if nearly everything you thought you knew about Matthew Shepard’s murder was wrong? . . . None of this is idle speculation; it’s the fruit of years of dogged investigation by journalist Stephen Jimenez, himself gay.” — Aaron Hicklin, Editor-in-Chief of Out magazine, in The Advocate

Coming 2018

IKE’S MYSTERY MAN

The Cold War, The Lavender Scare, and the Untold Story of Eisenhower’s National Security Advisor, Robert Cutler

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