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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Switched

    by Iris Baijing
    When Chinese-American adoptee Leila (Ying Yue) finds a name and birthday on her passport other than the ones she has known her whole life, her mind starts swimming. What would you do if your life was supposed to be someone else's? What happens when two switched orphanage sisters finally meet?
  • The Eternal Conductor

    by Debbie Garneau Griffin
    In 1850, twelve-year-old fugitive slave, Samuel Prescott, along with his mother, sister, and nephew, seek shelter from a midnight storm at a farm in Fairhaven, Vermont. Emma and Gabe Hopper, conductors at the waystation, sequester the fugitives, then provide them food and clean clothing. Several days later, Gabe and his son, Luke, embark upon the next dangerous stage to transport the Prescotts to freedom. But evil lurks in the shadows. The devastating aftermath of that ill-fated journey will ... more
  • Lightning Strike

    by Shay Herbord
    A young high school student, Zack, awakens to a new power. He then finds out that his friends also wield this new power called elemental. Zack's electricity is unstable but with training and focus, he can learn to use it like everyone else. He and his friends are soon tasked on a secret mission to secret a secret artifact that could help take down the shadow prince that has caused the elementals trouble.
  • When Horses Had Wings

    by Diana Estill
  • 99 Erics: a Kat Cataclysm faux novel

    by Julia Serano
    Julia Serano’s long-awaited debut novel regales readers with the adventures (and/or misadventures) of Kat Cataclysm, an ethically non-monogamous bisexual woman and absurdist short fiction writer. 99 Erics is a humorous account of Kat’s experiences writing a book called 99 Erics, which is about her experiences dating ninety-nine different people named Eric. It is more surreal than slutty. Not that there is anything wrong with slutty. The book is largely comprised of amusing anecdotes from Kat’s d... more
  • The Eternal Conductor

    by Debbie Garneau Griffin
    n 1850, twelve-year-old fugitive slave Samuel Prescott, along with his mother, sister, and nephew, seek shelter from a midnight storm at a farm in Fairhaven, Vermont. Emma and Gabe Hopper, conductors at the waystation, sequester the fugitives, then provide them food and clean clothing. Several days later, Gabe and his son, Luke, embark upon the next dangerous stage to transport the Prescotts to freedom. But evil lurks in the shadows. The devastating aftermath of that ill-fated journey will im... more
  • Children of Pleiades Series

    by Lloyd Pilling Tosoff
    As a star seeded bloodline unfolds on the ancient Salisbury Plain of Southern England, its children are caught up in the timeless struggle between good and evil. Rise of the Henge, the first in the Children of Pleiades series, is a human drama that reflects superstition, folklore, and belief in an Otherworld of pixies, faeries, angels, and legends of visitations from star men. Horst of Skerrabra risks the lives of his family, crossing the dangerous waters between the northern Isles and what ... more
  • The Lev Effect

    by Sheldon Greene

    A lyrical, funny, feel- good read for troubled times

    In The Lev Effect,  Sheldon Greene  “wisely explores the salutary power of faith, which protagonist Mendel calls a "kind of spiritual walker for the psychologically disabled” in this profoundly funny meditation on how one can find strength in religion.” Kirkus “This author’s style will sing to your soul. I strongly recommend you read this, absorbing its hauntingly beautiful melody in its me... more

  • Second Name of Earth is Peace

    by Mbizo Chirasha
    The poets in this book are from many corners of the globe, a lot of them from places with wars. What does it feel like to be "collateral damage"? Does the violence the world gives you surge past the poverty the world gives you in your list of immediate obsessions, does the violence of war differ from the violence that follows wherever war has been, does the hatred needed for war dissipate faster than the chemicals and radiation, or is it redirected less gruesomely than the cluster bombs? ... more
  • Beyond the Latch and Lever: Speculative Short Stories

    by Erik Amundsen

    In this book you will find eleven doors.

    Eleven stories waiting to be opened.

    Each one a passageway into the unknown.

    Doorways can be a bridge to another world, a portal to a bygone era, or a crossroads between two cultures—or two lives. Sometimes a doorway is a ledge between the racist past and a robotic future. A passageway leading to celestial spirits, or earthbound souls—to a crumbling castle adrift in time.

    Doorways are the... more

  • The Bibe Chronicles

    by IRIS LUANNE DE LA CALZADA
    This is the story of a little white dog discovering the world for the very first time.
  • The Fifth Sense

    by Michelle M. Pillow

    Parnormal Women's Fiction with Romantic Elements
    NYT & USAT Bestselling Author, Michelle M. Pillow

    Some secrets refuse to stay buried.

    By all rights, Sue Jewel should be dead. In place of celebrating her fortieth birthday, she was wrapped in plastic and stuffed in the trunk of a car. Worst part is the man she promised to spend her life with is the one who tried to kill her. With a little help from Fate, Sue walks away from the ordeal, but her husband doe... more

  • Laurence Bounds - My Life in Letters

    by James Warren and Mark Ryland Bridges
    For years, Laurence Bounds has been pestering some of the most patient customer service departments from coffee companies to television studios and shaving companies to travel agents, with his maddening of letters. From HMV to AEG, the Met Office to The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - no one is safe. Discover years of hilarious letters sent from the Etruria Lodge Estate by the eccentric but highly-educated part-time gamekeeper, Laurence Bounds (B.A, B.Sc). So who is Laurence Bounds, we hear... more
  • Ndiyalezela Ekhaya

    by Mitta Xinindlu
    The poems represent a life journey of a woman in a foreign land.
  • What's Left Unsaid

    by Deborah stone
    Sasha is just about managing to hold her life together. She is raising her teenage son Zac, coping with an absent husband and caring for her ageing, temperamental and alcoholic mother, as well as holding down her own job. But when Zac begins to suspect that he has a secret sibling, Sasha realises that she must relive the events of a devastating night which she has done her best to forget for the past nineteen years. Sasha's mother, Annie, is old and finds it difficult to distinguish between p... more
  • The Pemmican Man

    by William Hennessy
    This is a good old fashioned adventure story. It brings Bart to life as he escapes from his evil step-father and joins the Northwest Company as a voyageur. With his friend Peter he travels through the unbroken wilderness of the vast beaver country, slays his attacking enemies, makes allies with the Blackfeet, and finds a way to provide a source of vital food (pemmican) for his company. There are good guys, bad guys,, savages and romance.

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