Navillus Press

The Navillus Press publishes Oregon guides, Oregon history books, Oregon adventure memoirs, novels, and mysteries by William L. Sullivan.

Do you read eBooks? Many of Sullivan's books are available in Kindle and other eBook formats.  Click on the books below for links. NEW!  Preview the latest edition of "100 Hikes/Travel Guide: Central Oregon Cascades" in KINDLE format.

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100 Hikes/Travel Guide: Oregon Coast & Coast Range

All 5 of the "100 Hikes" books for Oregon have been expanded with a 32-page color section that features travel highlights, where to stay, wildflowers, and more. The new edition of the Oregon Coast book for 2016 also includes a dozen new hikes and a complete guide to the Oregon Coast Trail.
Suggested retail price $18.95. ISBN 9781939312112.

Novels & Mysteries

COMING APRIL 1, 2016 --
The Case of the Reborn Bhagwan
A novel by William L. Sullivan
When a swami reveals that the Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh has been reincarnated as a 26-year-old barista in a Northeast Portland coffee shop, the religious movement that shook Oregon in the 1980s builds a new commune on a Modoc reservation near Crater Lake, but sannyasins begin falling victim to a mysterious sniper. Detective Neil Ferguson and his autistic daughter Susan set out to discover what's really behind the Rajneeshee revival.

A novel by William L. Sullivan
Winner of the Book Buzz Prize, Pacific NW Booksellers Association.

Portland police detective Neil Ferguson uncovers a series of puzzling and threatening clues that lead to the identity of D.B. Cooper, the mysterious man who hijacked a plane and parachuted with $200,000 in 1971. But when Ferguson delves deeper into a web of blackmail and murder, he realizes there may in fact be two D.B. Coopers. 

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Oregon Guides

Oregon Histories

Adventure Memoirs

A Walk Across Oregon's Wilderness

Notes From a Part Time Pioneer

Short Stories