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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • No Neutral Ground

    by Terri Wangard
    Germany rejected him. His father betrayed him. Now Rafe returns, at war with the Fatherland and the father who turned his back.
  • Friends & Enemies

    by Terri Wangard
    Aiding downed enemy airmen is punishable by death in Nazi Germany, but he’s an old friend. How much will she risk to help him?
  • Imagine-Encounters with Jesus

    by Isaac Jengwa

    Imagine-Encounters with Jesus is a collection of eight short stories from the perspective of witnesses who have met Jesus both during the time of His incarnation, and also from the perspective of modern day witnesses. It is a means of engaging the imagination so as to get familiar with the world of Jesus through the account of witnesses, and also a means of self reflection into the ways His power keeps being reflected in our everyday life.

  • Freydis (Daughters of Freya, Book 1)

    by Gunhild Haugnes
    Freydis Eiriksdatter is one of the most remarkable women of the Viking age. She leads a harsh life amid the towering cliffs and great glaciers in the heart of a Greenland fjord. Freydis has inherited the warrior spirit of her father, Eirik the Red, and follows in the footsteps of her brother Leif to Vinland, the promised land. Christianity makes inroads into her beloved Greenland, but Freydis continues to worship the old Norse gods, and to live her life as she pleases. But one day she is s... more
  • Freydis (Daughters of Freya Book 1)

    by Gunhild Haugnes
    Freydis Eiriksdatter is one of the most remarkable women of the Viking age. She leads a harsh life amid the towering cliffs and great glaciers in the heart of a Greenland fjord. Freydis has inherited the warrior spirit of her father, Eirik the Red, and follows in the footsteps of her brother Leif to Vinland, the promised land. Christianity makes inroads into her beloved Greenland, but Freydis continues to worship the old Norse gods, and to live her life as she pleases. But one day she is s... more
  • Holy Days In The Sun

    by Henry L. Racicot
    With bleak humor, these spare stories navigate our modern landscape of decline: casinos, corporate offices, county jails, council flats, parking lots and Victoria’s Secret. Call it Literature for the estranged or Dollar Tree Kierkegaard, this is a collection that should hold particular appeal for those readers who feel themselves strangers or pilgrims on earth.
  • A Belgian Assortment: Brussels Short Stories

    by TD Arkenberg
    Travel to Belgium, One Tale at a Time A Belgian Assortment transports readers to contemporary Belgium, a vibrant and multifaceted nation in the heart of Europe. The country plays host to legions of expatriates. Award-winning author T.D. Arkenberg draws on his own experience as an expat in Brussels to craft this collection of twelve vivid and enticing short stories. The characters who populate the stories are as unique and as diverse as the inhabitants of Belgium. Among these is Sabine, an ... more
  • Two Suitcases, A WWII Story Among Many Others

    by Violette Jean
    About Two Suitcases: When one is sixteen years old, when one is beautiful, when one possess a passion already firmly anchored in the future, destiny awaits you with all its promises. Only when the year of your sweet sixteen turns out to be 1940.... The hurricane coming from Germany will uproot every human beings, topple the world into chaos, unmask the vile souls of all, inclusive of your neighbors. Fear and baseness, neighbors' vengeance's will ignite, and Roseline, our young girl, and her l... more
  • Body Language

    by Marylee MacDonald

    Life-changing moments. Impassioned encounters. Twelve stories at the crossroads of heartbreak and desire.

    When a long-lost love comes knocking, a loyally wedded rancher is tempted by old passions. A bartender wrestling with sobriety is pushed to the edge by a familiar barfly. After her husband's death, a famous composer struggles to write a single note.

    From international flights to hidden grottoes and a nude beach, twelve wayward souls seek to satisfy their deepest hungers an... more

  • Northern Wolf (Northern Wolf Series Book 1)

    by Daniel Greene
    A broken man will be forged in the flames of war... It is late 1862, and the United States has been ripped apart by civil war for over a year with no end in sight. The war is a distant thought to Johannes Wolf, a young German immigrant with a crippled leg keeping him off the muster lists. Desperately dredging the gutters for recruits, Wolf cons his way into the depleted, demoralized, and poorly run Union army, and is promptly placed in the undesirable F Company of the 13th Michigan Cavalry... more
  • Faith in Abertillery: Christian Historical Romance

    by T N Traynor
    She’s given up on love. He’s marrying for money. But God has other plans… South Wales, 1905. Faith only believes in the certainty of pain and suffering. Born with a club foot and harboring a dark secret, the barmaid can’t escape her sinful past. But after the country’s religious revival puts her out of a job, hope sparks when a handsome aristocrat gallantly offers her a second chance. Lord Geoffrey Driscoll fears his estate will run out of money before he can find a suitable bride. Howev... more
  • Journey to Waswillbeland

    by Frederick Baus
    For those experiencing life challenges, this book explores the journey from the joy and happiness that was to the joy and happiness that will be.
  • TITUBA The Intentional Witch of Salem

    by Dave Tamanini
    Ever vigilant Puritan ministers preach that Satan is sending witches among the true believers. But they are wrong. enslaved Tituba is behind the invasion. When Tituba's son is sold off by Rev. Samuel Parris, her anguish nearly crushes her. Then her son dies while attempting an escape. She isn't anguished anymore. She angry.
  • Phone Charging Tables

    by Event Tech Rentals
    Explore our Phone Charging Tables that amalgamates functional furniture and technology. The phone charging tables are capable of charging up to 5 cell phones or mobile devices at ones.
  • Matamoros

    by James Kahn
    Matamoros is a rousing Civil War adventure romance set on the Rio Grande in 1863. By 1862 the Union had blockaded all Confederate ports. Just across the Rio Grande from Brownsville, Texas, Matamoros – a foreign port – was the only harbor where the South could ship its cotton to Europe, and smuggle in arms for the rebellion. So it became a haven for Yankee and Rebel spies, gunrunners and cotton smugglers, runaway slaves, Mexican guerreros, Texas Rangers and rogues of every stripe. But Matam... more
  • Presidential Spirits

    by Dan Coonan

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