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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Sanctuaries

    by Vince Sgambati
    Sanctuaries speaks to the importance of truth for personal and societal healing. Gianni, a gay adoptee, comes of age in a time when adoption and same-sex love are not easily discussed. An unlikely but deep and seemingly fated friendship develops between Gianni and Raffaella, a middle-aged Jewish-Italian Holocaust survivor who took part in the Italian resistance against Fascism. He and Raffaella find solace in the vintage films shown at The Orchard, a revival movie theater in New York’s Lower Eas... more
  • The Color of Frost

    by Kasey Rogers
    Nina DeMarco never felt like she really belonged—anywhere. Then she met and married the charming Richard King. Together, they built a life full of hope for the future. Nina believed she’d finally found the security she had always longed for. But when Richard announces he is divorcing her she’s unsure how she’ll survive. A distraught Nina begins to wonder if the struggle is even worth it. One day she unexpectedly discovers shoeboxes full of old letters in the attic crawl space of her tiny new apa... more
  • The Reprobates

    by Benjamin Grose

    Welcome to Munks, home to the lost, the lonely, and those in perpetual limbo. The ceiling is sweating, the floor is sodden and sticky with booze and vomit, the music is screaming through the speakers, the air is thick and heavy with sweat, the latest up-and-coming band are making an escape from the stage following their last song, the bouncers stand on the sidelines, watching, numb to the noise, and the wild bunch, the reprobates, throng to the bar to slake an endless thirst. They will drink ... more

  • Hummingbird and the Little People and one Very big one.

    by Elizabeth Albert-Peacock
    This is the charming story of a young girl, Hummingbird (Nenookass), and her adventure one day in the woods. After chasing a squirrel, she became lost, only to find the helpful little people (memegwesiwag), who helped her get back home—with the assistance of the giant, Sabe. Beautifully illustrated, and includes an Ojibwemowin glossary.
  • The Fishhook Rebellion: Hawai'i 1847

    by Dan Gooder Richard
    From the maelstrom of Cape Horn to murder on the high seas. From cutthroats in Zanzibar to death temples in Tahiti. And finally to seething intrigues in Maui. This epic story ricochets from lust and danger to betrayal and love. Each in pursuit of their own separate and perilous quest—correspondent/adventuress Samantha Swift and rogue secret agent Jack Dancer cross paths in the “hellhole of the Pacific” only to find themselves in the middle of a struggle between two superpowers. Each power vyi... more
  • Because of Rachel

    by Alan Bryce Grossman
    Set in the late 1960s, in suburban Chicago, moving into the war landscape of Vietnam and Cambodia, and then into the South of France, Because of Rachel tells the story of the uncertainties that life presents. When Will Stanford graduates from high school, his life has no direction. However, life imposes itself on Will, as he finds himself in a marriage he doesn’t want, father to his baby daughter for whom he’s at a loss as to how to truly be her dad, with life pushing him into various dead-end... more
  • Other Worlds Were Possible

    by Joss Sheldon

    Sunny and his kinfolk were content with their way of life. During the dry season, their clan lived alone. They hunted whenever they chose, gathered an array of plants, told stories, and took part in debates. In the rainy season, they united with the rest of their tribe. They formed a temporary city, feasted, held dances and played games.

    They could have lived like this forever. But a strange and foreign people had ideas of their own...
     
    Appearing out of nowhere, the... more

  • The Colonial Countess Trilogy

    by Robin Bell
    When, at the urging of her dying mother, eighteen-year-old farm worker Mary Evans sails for England in 1886 she has no idea that she has inherited her grandmother’s heraldic title of Countess. Unused to the way of the British aristocracy, and much to the consternation of her peers, she adjusts in her own way to deal with the authority, privileges and wealth that have been bestowed upon her.
  • Never

    by Joel F Johnson
    Never is a coming-of-age story in the segregated South. Now in his seventies, "Little" Nickerson confronts a childhood he has kept “encased in glass." He narrates a boy’s journey from his suburban home to the textile mills, where workers haggle over the price of a slice of watermelon; to a Black church, where the congregation drums the floor in a thunderous response to a call for equal rights; to a shotgun shack, a book-lined study, and a hidden spring; to a burned-out barn, where men shoot rats... more
  • Hop Lola Hop: A Yummy Market Day Adventure

    by Kathy Urban
    Lola, the little toy bunny, joins her best friend, Ella, on a day out to explore the local market. All is well until - once again - Lola Hop! Hop! Hops … just a little too far. All because she wants to help Ella find a special ingredient for their picnic. Does Lola discover what she is looking for? And will the friends be reunited in the end? Hop away with Lola and Ella in another magical adventure, full of heart, hope and yummy food!
  • The Chronicles of the Virago: Book III the Triumviratus

    by Michael Bialys
    Makenna Gold is the Virago. At barely thirteen-years-old, she has been entrusted by the forces of good to protect her twin siblings Emi and Noah from the evil forces that seek to destroy them. The infant twins are destined to lead our world into its next age of Hope and Enlightenment: if and only if they survive. In this follow up to the series, the stakes have just gotten higher. Makenna's dad's soul has been captured and is being taken to the lowest level of Hell. Makenna must stay on Earth to... more
  • Cat Speaks

    by Emma Saz
    This uplifting story is based on true events with a message of love and hope. Sweet, heartwarming, and with a touch of mystery, it leads readers through Marcus' life with his lovely family until the moment he gets lost. The reader will get familiar with the cat's observations and experiences as he describes his life in his home with his beautiful family, a life mostly full of happy moments, but danger lurks. A charming and moving story can delight both young and old cat lovers. shorturl.at/rAJ... more
  • Tracy Tractor and the Little People

    by Collins Trafton Robertson
    Tracy Tractor and his hardworking cousins love helping Farmer Bean with his many chores until, one day, the Farmer falls ill and is unable to harvest his crops. Tracy comes to the rescue of Bean Acres Farm by teaming up with the enchanted Little People that live in the forest, who can only be seen by children (and Tracy).
  • Friends of the President

    by mervyn curran
  • The Soldier and the Orphan: Separated by Church and War

    by Alastair Henry
    In twentieth-century England, many working-class people were victims of values and circumstances not of their own making. They were people to whom things were done, not for. Billy and Tommy Jones and their mother, Mary, were such people. The boys were born out of wedlock at a time when such a thing was regarded as a disgrace -the sins of the father being visited on the sons. Neither boy knows they have a brother – it is to be a dark family secret between the Catholic church and Mary, the boy’s ... more
  • The Monster Amongst Us

    by Lisa Guerrero
    When you're little you're surrounded by people that you're supposed to trust and feel safe with. The people God gave you are supposed to protect and nourish you, they're supposed to encourage positive growth, teach you right from wrong. So where along the lines, does an urge so sinister come into the mix? How are you taught to handle dealing with these types of situations, that most people don't have to face in their lifetime? How can anyone then stand by, defending these acts created against an... more
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