Adventure Books of Seattle

Publishing Unique Titles Since 2005   

'The Small Press From the Great Northwest'

Adventure Books of Seattle is an independent wholesale trade publisher of select, high-quality books.  AB is headed up by managing editors Geoff Nelder of Chester, Great Britain and Robert Blevins of Auburn, WA. Other staff include Greg the Techie Guy from Microsoft, Phoebe Ezell of Springfield, Missouri, and CEO Gayla Prociv.

All e-Books are published exclusively through Amazon for the Kindle. Paperbacks are released at wholesale trade rates through Ingram/Lightning Source.

Don't have a Kindle? No problem. Just go to Amazon and download the free app for any device you have. To see these exciting books, check AB's Kindle Book page or search us out at Amazon!

Was the famous skyjacker 'D.B. Cooper' a former paratrooper and an actual employee of the airline that was extorted out of $200,000 in cash? Maybe.

See the DB Cooper Info Page shown at the top of the menu for more details.

NEW: AB of Seattle has created a new discussion forum at ProBoards. It leans toward discussions on DB Cooper, but also provides support to writers. Updated information on our Summer 2016 Ariel Store restoration project can be found there. AB of Seattle is sponsoring two fundraisers, (and pitching in with some direct labor) in an effort to re-open the Ariel General Store and Tavern, home to the world-famous 'DB Cooper Days' festival. If you'd like to donate, (and claim your perk) just go HERE.

We call our new discussion forum Unsolved Crimes - The Adventure Books Forum.  You can find it HERE.  

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If you want to interact with the staff of Adventure Books, this is a good place to do it. The forum was created by AB's managing editor and he hangs out there a lot. All new information on the DB Cooper case is released here.  Registration is free...and easy to do.

All MAJOR articles on the DB Cooper case published by Adventure Books appear at our DB Cooper Wordpress Column.

NEW: A one-hour video on the case against DB Cooper suspect Kenny Christiansen has been posted to YouTube. Filmed on location in the Olympic Mountains of Washington State on June 12, 2015. See it at YouTube, or embedded on our DB Cooper Info Page.