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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Lenny

    by William Lynn Smith
    The lead character is an African American who served in the Army Air Force during WWII. His life is framed by the highs of being needed as a fighter pilot to the lows of coming home to an America reeling from a glut of returning GIs with not enough jobs to go around. However, he made his home life a success by marrying his sweetheart and starting an aero business again where he was needed. Tragedy struck with the loss of his business partner, his wife, and finally his business. He left it a... more
  • Jane's Dust: A Tale of Talc Deceit and Death

    by Ronald E Gordon, Ph.D.
    This book is a story about a woman who used Cosmetic Talcum Powder a lot for many years and then developed ovarian cancer. After recovering then developed a mesothelioma and ultimately died. This woman represents over 300 cases the author has directly worked on in his work at the Mt Sinai Hospital in NYC. In the book not only does he write about Jane's medical issues but how the large Cosmetic Companies deceived the population of the work to believing that Cosmetic Talcum Powder and talc used... more
  • Nacho the Cat: He's one picky cat . . .

    by Kiara Shankar
    Meet Nacho, the pickiest cat in the whole world. He thinks all food is gross unless it's kibble and plain milk. That is, until one day when he goes to a restaurant with his friends and meets a persuasive waitress that changes his taste buds forever. After a lot of wacky drama and super funny scenarios, might Nacho turn out not to be so picky after all? Might he be open to change? This is a purrfect picture book for children of all ages.
  • The Birthday Princess

    by Tatyerra Mikell
    Today is Takiyah's birthday and she can't wait to spend the WHOLE day doing awesome things with her aunt as the birthday princess. But before she can graduate to the birthday queen, she must first learn the value of self-love and celebrating herself. Learn how you can be a princess like Kiyah and celebrate yourself in this empowering picture book. Because all little girls deserve perfect days. The Birthday Princess is a fun-filled picture book that will have all little girls ready to pl... more
  • Counting on Christmas

    by Ken White
    Heartbroken when a precious holiday keepsake is stolen and her Christmas-themed business is threatened, a young woman who believes Christmas is the key to happiness learns life-changing lessons about love, family, community, and the true meaning of Christmas when she is visited by the ghosts of loved ones on Christmas Eve.
  • That Happiness Thing: A Hometown Fable

    by Ken White
    What is happiness? That’s what a 10-year-old boy from a small California town wants to know. It’s 1958. Christmas is just around the corner. His family isn’t happy and he doesn’t know why. So he sets out to explore his home town and find out. With a little help from an elderly gentleman and a magical snow globe, he discovers that true happiness isn’t about having the most of everything, but making the most of everything you have. When his journey is finally complete, he learns that That Happines... more
  • Brighter Day

    by Ken White
    As the tumultuous Sixties come to a close, a California college student risks everything he cares about as he traffics with the lunatic fringe of radical politics and culture in his quest to make sense of a government he no longer trusts and a war he no longer believes in.
  • Boken's Crazy Camping Caper!

    by Sara Mastriforte

    After Boken's incredible trip around Spain, it wasn't long before he was off on his next adventure ... camping with his best friend Bounce and their dads. Having never been camping before, Boken is appalled that he will be sleeping outside, rather than curled up on his Mum's squishy tummy. But his thoughts soon turn to a real positive about being in the great outdoors - eating BBQ food, cooked by his BBQ king dad! With his best friend by his side, Boken explores the wonders of the... more


    by Justnere_
    Book one in The Dealer's Series. 'Cause, this is the best deal that I have ever made.' ♤♤♤♤ Her- "I do what I do for the people I love." Blonde hair, blue eyes, an affinity to make Deals. That's one way to describe a Griffin spawn but when it comes down to Peyton Griffin, she breaks the chain. Known for always putting others before herself and carrying around baggage, Peyton must face her demons. Not only the ones that are out to get her but also the ones that are out for her frie... more
  • Death by Society

    by Sierra Elmore
    MEAN GIRLS meets IT’S KIND OF A FUNNY STORY when two teenage girls’ worlds collide when one attempts suicide to avoid toxic popularity.
  • Shadow of the Taj

    by Lara Bernhardt
    When Leslie Matthews travels to India with her husband, she doesn't expect her life to change. But then she meets Raveena, an orphan desperate for help. Haunted by the secrets she harbors, Leslie fights to rescue the girl from a sordid underworld that exploits women and girls. But the men holding Raveena are determined to keep the girl and won’t let a woman get in their way. The police can’t help her. The embassy can’t help her. Her husband refuses to help her. But Leslie won’t stop, no matter ... more
  • Tales of the Romanov Empire

    by Tamar Anolic
    Tales of the Romanov Empire is a novel that examines one of history’s most successful dynasties. The Romanovs were Russia’s absolute monarchs from 1613 until 1917. Yet, beyond the glittering wealth and tragic love story of Nicholas and Alexandra, much of the dynasty remains shrouded in mystery. Tales of The Romanov Empire sheds light on the Romanovs’ unknown figures, from the election of Mikhail Feodorovich, the first Romanov tsar, to the bride shows that were staged to help Tsar Alexei find a w... more
  • Sins of the Tribe

    by Mark A. Salter
    Sins of the Tribe, by author Mark A. Salter, explores the impact of intense tribalism and its resulting dehumanization in a setting that’s popular, wildly flawed, and hiding in plain sight: college football. Wally Hestia is on top of the world when he becomes a member of the Bastille University Tribe football team, a six-time national champion powerhouse with a pristine reputation and a nationwide following. But he’s only on the team as the holder for his mentally deficient brother, Henry, a kic... more
  • Whee!

    by Carol Higgins-Lawrence
    Marie wants to make friends in the park. She's shy, having just moved from Haiti. When she finds the courage to play on the swings, she realizes that she's not the only kid from somewhere else. Marie is able to make new friends and she begins to feel at home. Together, they discover that everyone speaks different languages, but when they're soaring on the swings they all sing, "Whee!". Meet Marie's new friends and you'll learn how to say hello and good-bye in Haitian Creole, Hindi, Spanish, Man... more
  • The Route That Takes You Home (book 1)

    by Melanie Lageschulte

    All she needs is a fresh start. Can she find it in a familiar place? It’s been a rough year for Kate Duncan, both on and off the job. Being a mail carrier puts her in close proximity to her customers, with consequences that can’t always be foreseen. So when a position opens at her hometown post office, she decides to put Chicago in her rearview mirror. What follows is a summer filled with change. Kate and her cat settle into a charming apartment above Eagle River&... more