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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Gentleman of Misfortune

    by Sarah Angleton
    Lyman Moreau is a gentleman swindler, who in 1833 finds himself well positioned to assume a false identity and claim a shipment of eleven Egyptian mummies due to arrive in New York from the Valley of the Kings. Exhibiting the stolen goods across several states, Lyman seeks his fortune, attracting curious crowds and plenty of danger as well as love, loss, and a growing sense of his own mortality. By the time he reaches Ohio, Lyman is anxious to unburden himself of the remaining collection and fi... more
  • Coco

    by Marie-Paule Mahoney
    Coco, an orphaned bear cub born in the Adirondack Mountains of New York State, is heartbroken to leave her three canine friends. But as Babou, the adult male bear who cares for her explains, it's time to find a mama bear to adopt Coco and teach her how to live as a free, wild bear.
  • Raised on Rock

    by Thomas Drago
    Music inspires. Defines who we are. Taps and unlocks the essence of what makes us human. Restless in small-town North Carolina, Dante Rose breathes rock and roll. Has done so since the early days. Since forming his garage band in high school. The band now broken and apart. The one he fights to put back together. His devoted wife Penny, supporting every career move, hopes Dante can make something big happen for them. Something real. But she harbors a secret. The sacrifice she made when the... more
  • Savage Anesthesia

    by Leland Pitts-Gonzalez
    "You know that homeless guy on the bus who sidles up to you and begins to mumble about aliens? Savage Anesthesia is what you might get if he tied you up and made you listen to him long enough that he began to make sense. Obscene and surreal, these are mindscapes to get lost in." —Brian Evenson, A Collapse of Horses
  • The Shadow of the Unscratchable

    by Jerilyn McIntyre
    This novella for middle grade readers (ages 8-12) features Harley, an adventurous and charismatic black cat, and Angela, his beloved feline companion.. On vacation with their human families in Rome, they unwittingly discover and then must end a centuries-old global war between cats and dogs. They join forces with Friskie, an affable mutt they encounter in the Roman Forum, and also enlist the support of a feisty band of feral cats. Above all the action looms Prudens Poorchie, a ghostly Pomeran... more
  • Munching on the Sun

    by Mark Paul Oleksiw
    The shadow of Lukas Wunand’s darkened soul haunts the Faculty of Business at prestigious St. Peter’s University. Lukas is both an icon and enigma to his fellow students. One morning, Lukas sees a girl from his early teens, Kara. Or does he? Long buried emotions begin to rise. On a campus unnerved by a string of unsolved assaults against women, Lukas’ behavior grows more anarchic and worrisome to friends as graduation approaches. What hold does the mere memory of Kara have on Lukas? The story ... more
  • Isobel Brite

    by Rosamunde Bott
    A shoemaker's daughter in 1840s Northamptonshire, England, bored with her life, finds excitement when the local traveling theatre comes to town - including the intriguing actor, Frank Douglas. Isobel leaves her family and life to become an actress - but she will find that her new life of freedom has its own pitfalls and entrapments. She is faced with many choices for her career and love-life - but the consequences of her decisions do not always turn out the way she imagines.
  • Then the Rains Came

    by theSailor

    In the Earth seven gifts lay waiting. Then the rains came ... as a young boy taking on a "profound and insane" journey through strange, interwoven worlds to ignite the germination of those gifts.

    He is aided by "some of the most bizarre and memorable characters that have ever appeared in a book". From a reject rock star to a lonely white dolphin, each shows the boy the way to a gift. And the boy, guided by an Angel tending a mysterious garden, bestows upon us The Sev... more

  • Shinobi

    by Aneli Defanif
    This story is set in historical Japan. It happened long ago, in the mysterious past of the beautiful country when Ninja still walked the earth in greater numbers than they do today...
  • Buzz

    by EA Carrington
    Buzz Flyswell doesn’t fit in at school. Despite his best efforts to act like everyone else, he’s an outsider – and everyone knows it. All except for his best friend Skeeter, who accepts Buzz just for who he is: A fly living in a hive full of honeybees. When the Queen grants the dreaded neighboring hornet colony sanctuary within the kingdom, tension mounts between the two species. And as the very future of the hive is thrown into question, Buzz is forced to embark on the greatest – and most dange... more
  • Wildchilds: A Novel

    by Eugenia Melian

    One of Fall 2018’s most electrifying fiction debuts, former model and agent Eugenia Melian pulls back the glittering curtain to reveal the fashion industry’s darkest secrets in WILDCHILDS: A Novel – set for release in paperback and ebook formats on September 20, 2018 (coinciding with Fashion Week in NYC, Paris, London, and Milan).

    WILDCHILDS centers on Iris de Valadé, a retired top model living in self-imposed exile along the verdant Sonoma coast with her sevent... more

  • Fat Camp

    by Linda Ann Rentschler
    Sara Lee Jacobs has been overweight her entire lonely life. Peggy Jenkins-Hall sacrificed her hard-earned figure to her third and final child. Both women are obsessed with their weight and enroll in an exclusive diet program called Sunrise, which touts an incredible success rate. They soon understand why. Instead of the usual starvation and aerobic exercise, they are coupled with gorgeous men in a Paradise-like setting where they receive undivided attention and plenty of TLC.
  • Steven & Stella's Downtown Adventure

    by Jeff Magnuson
    After Charley’s cats accidentally get out of his house through an open door, Steven and Stella quickly find themselves on a journey that takes them from the backyard to the city streets where they manage to get themselves stuck in bizarre situations. Charley enlists the help of his neighbor, two police officers, and even some school children to help him get his cats safely back home. An early reader, chapter book that both parents and children will love reading.
  • Charley Meets His Neighbors

    by Jeff Magnuson
    Charley recently moved to the nice town of Mapleton. After fixing up his new home, he is now ready to meet the people in his neighborhood. Getting to know new people is never easy and in Charley’s case, it’s downright awkward. When one of his cats goes missing, the people in his neighborhood jump into action to help. Another story that all animal lovers will enjoy.
  • Charley's Cat Family

    by Jeff Magnuson
    Join Charley as he makes a big change in his life and then decides to expand his family by adopting not one, but two cats. Introducing two cats to a new home requires a lot of patience. Will Charley be able to manage these two little rascals or will it all be too much for him to handle? A story that all animal lovers will enjoy.
  • Lorenzo's Daggers

    by Ron McGaw
    Lorenzo’s Daggers begins in Florence in the year 1478 with an approaching conspiracy to murder Lorenzo de Medici. As the conspirators gather, we are suddenly taken to the present day on a windswept, snowy Block Island morning. It is the final day of classes before the winter break at the prestigious Block Island Academy High School, and history teacher Prester John is lecturing his class on the Italian Renaissance. During the lecture, twin daggers once belonging to Lorenzo de Medici are being... more

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