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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Garden of Second Chances: A Novel

    by Mona Alvarado Frazier
    Juana, a seventeen-year-old mother, is sentenced to prison for murdering her husband. She claims she’s innocent—but no one believes her, including the prison staff and a gang leader in her block who torments her. Undocumented and far from home and the people who love her, Juana has never felt more alone—or frightened. The threats she faces within prison are bad enough, but they pale in comparison to the threat coming from without: her husband’s family, bereaved and outraged at her alleged crime,... more
  • The Woman in Green

    by Larry Lockridge
    The narrator of THE WOMAN IN GREEN repeatedly insults his readers of 2050 and wishes he were instead addressing readers of 2025, when somewhat fewer were boneheads. Born under a curse at the exact moment of the 9/11 attacks, he looks back on two remarkable utopian experiments-one religious, the other secular-in early 19th-century New Harmony, Indiana. He then looks ahead to his grandfather Sam Coverdale's visionary effort in the millennial year 2000 to create a new "Boatload of Knowledge" on the... more
  • Trinity Rivers Trilogy

    by K. Blanton Brenner
    Trinity Rivers Trilogy is a family saga that explores this central question: Life is feckless and random or life is filled with meaning and revelation. This is the story of the Quinn family, musicians who believe that music can change lives. It is also the story of a Scottish soldier, Robbie MacKaye, whose life of order and discipline is completely upended when he meets a girl at a train station, a girl named Lisabet Jordan Quinn. Three rivers flow through lives shattered by violence and b... more
  • Out of Wedlock

    by Larry Lockridge
    In OUT OF WEDLOCK, Jess Freeman, a facial plastic surgeon who refashions the identities of others, knows little of his own identity. Who are his biological parents and could they be the source of his sudden trances, when he drifts off into visionary worlds, by turns radiant and nightmarish? Reality checks—quick bops on the head—are administered by his nurse during delicate surgeries. But fumbling Jess pulls off a superb makeover of a severely injured patient, with a stunning sequel. Set in Gr... more
  • The Great Cyprus Think Tank

    by Larry Lockridge
    The Great Cyprus Think Tank is narrated by Bart Beasley, a dejected Canadian author of cultural memoirs who yearns to return to Cyprus, where he spent his youth and where he might shake off his ennui. He forms a think tank of renowned but flawed experts to tackle crises still besetting the fabled island in 2024. The birthplace of Aphrodite is parched, its famed sea turtles face extinction, its songbirds are swallowed whole by native epicures, and Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots, if no longer... more
  • The Merchant from Sepharad

    by James Hutson-Wiley
    Embroiled in the tumult of the twelfth century’s commercial revolution, Joshua ben Elazar, the scion of an illustrious trading dynasty, is torn between the dictates of his faith and his quest for wealth and love. The merchant from Sepharad, the third book in the series beginning with The Sugar Merchant, is a tale of religious persecution and deadly conflict. Joshua’s first commercial venture in Muslim-ruled Portugal ends in disaster when he is cheated by corrupt officials. Failing as a mercha... more
  • Fellowship & Service:

    by Fabian Comrie
    "Fellow & Service" is an exiting historical action adventure that entails the struggle of a Caribbean Island to free itself from the bondage of some wealthy Demagogues post emancipation. A few magnanimous citizens took a stance against the brutal injustice that was prevalent. Their strategies to survive the oppressive powers are as legendary the Caribbean. The issues they faced are relevant. "F&S" is a fantastic read that keeps you on the edge and turning the pages until the end. It is one of th... more
  • Sela Blue and the Magic Ticket

    by Alisia Dale
    Join an imaginative and whimsical young girl named Sela Blue in her cozy home nestled in the charming town of Chateauguay. Finding no one with whom to play, Sela Blue sits by the bay window, the portal to her fanciful world, when she discovers a magic ticket! Sela Blue and the magic ticket conspire to create adventure on that snowy day. Where will the magic ticket take Sela Blue...and where will Sela Blue take you?
  • Mary's Moment

    by Susan G Mathis
    Summer 1912 Thousand Island Park’s switchboard operator Mary Flynn is christened the community heroine for her quick action that saves dozens of homes from a terrible fire. Less than a month later, when another disastrous fire rages through the Park, Mary loses her memory as she risks her life in a neighbor's burning cottage. Will she remember the truth of who she is or be deceived by a treacherous scoundrel? Widowed fireman George Flannigan is enamored by the brave raven-haired lass and tak... more
  • Dragon Fruit (Poems on Relationships)

    by Alyssa Cassarino
    This book is a collection of poems on relationships. Subjects of depression, love, loss, and growth are strung together through strong evocative phrases.
  • 9781486623624

    by Seye Oke
    A little tree can save the festival, but will he? When Sir Cedar of Lebanon, king of Treeland, dies, the leaders have the tough job of finding a new king. So they reach out to every tree they think is best for the job and ignore a little tree they believe has nothing to offer. Follow the story of this castaway tree, Thorny Bee, who teaches the mean trees a lesson about love and respect for everyone's uniqueness. This story presents an excellent opportunity for kids to learn about love a... more
  • The Swing on Ginny's Porch

    by Brenda M Jenkins
    An old porch swing becomes a special place for a child and his grandmother, whom he calls "Ginny" (pronounced like guinea pig). From counting fireflies to dealing with cancer, they experience life's most simple and most difficult moments in the comfort of the swing. The precious bond between them provides love and laughter and helps them grow. Told from the child's perspective, these tender memories will surely warm the hearts of children and adults alike.
  • Six - Strange Stories of Love

    by Poornima Manco
    What does love really mean, and could we survive without it? Love can take on many forms, each as unique as the individuals who experience it. In this collection of stories, the multiple hues of love are brought to life in vibrant detail. Discover the unlikely love of outcastes who find each other in unexpected ways, the hesitant hope of an evening's encounter that could blossom into something more, and the raw emotion of a woman still grieving for her mother. From the mundane to the super... more
  • Disgusting Justin

    by Justin Frank
    A fabulously funny story about friendship, farts and fails! Disgusting Justin will do anything to make his friends laugh. His ever increasingly gross antics backfire SPECTACULARLY! Can he find a funnier way to make his friends cry with laughter? A sidesplitting picture book designed to create special story time memories, bonding parents and children through the gift of laughter. Complemented by hilarious illustrations from the brilliant mind of the amazingly talented Lesley Vamos.
  • Too Much

    by Lucy Simon

    Too Much answers the age-old questions, "What if I eat too much broccoli? Will I turn into broccoli?" In short, "No, you will not." Readers young and old will enjoy Lucy Simon's silly illustrations of children turning into all their favorite fruits and vegetables in this simple and delightful stand-alone tale.

  • Good Town

    by Mary Louise Wells
    Good Town is a heart-wrenching tale of complicity and courage, told through the eyes of a father and daughter. Based on a true story, this gripping historical fiction will take you on a journey through one family's struggle to survive in the face of unimaginable evil.
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