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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Nothing Left But Dust

    by Melissa Geissinger
    NOTHING LEFT BUT DUST is a powerful tale of love, loss, and hope set during the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Jo and Otto must fight for survival and love as they navigate the burning ruins of the city in search of answers to a dark family secret. An edge-of-your-seat coming-of-age survival story that will leave you inspired by the strength and resilience of the human spirit.
  • Small Fry

    by Stephenie Wilson Peterson
    A bully candidate dead set on winning. Corruption that goes all the way to the top. Election fraud. A revolution of young voters. Middle school elections are brutal. When Silas started 6th grade, no one at his new school believed he was eleven, not even the teachers! Because of his growth hormone deficiency, he was the shortest kid in school. By a lot. He didn't let his height keep him from making friends with some of the other kids in the school band. The only problem is that Sila... more
  • The Wizard Clip Haunting

    by Stanley D. Williams

    When America was young, reckless, and fiercely independent, an equally independent farmer and a renegade Catholic priest struggle to accept each other, but eventually join forces to confront an ancient Babylon spirit who threatens their safety and the country’s freedom. Narrated by historic personality, Fr. (Prince) Demetrius Augustine Gallitzin, who investigated the original events, the story is not one but four, woven into a colorful tapestry of historical characters who enrich the dr... more

  • Earl, Honey

    by D.S. Getson
    EARL HAHN is slow, the last one to catch on to things. Since the day his father hit him in the head with a 2x4 of loblolly pine, he’s struggled with a “thickness in his brain.” It takes him longer to make the connections others arrive at easily. When his father is prosecuted for the crime of incest, it feels like deliverance for Earl, his mother Lizzie Belle, and the entire Hahn family. Unfortunately, his father’s abhorrent actions are not done exacting a price. Everyone in the household will pa... more
  • The Belonger

    by Mary Kathleen Mehuron
    Caribbean-island innkeeper Holly Walker is hunkering down against a monster hurricane. Unfortunately, so is player Lord Anthony Bascombe, a man who excuses his bad behavior by saying he is descended from pirates. Then her grown son, Byron, and his father, Montez—the man she’s never stopped wanting—go missing. Will she ever see them again? What about the many others hurt and dying? And will help ever arrive? With each passing day, Holly’s tumultuous past and the epic storm send her hurtling towar... more
  • Wild with All Regrets

    by E.L. Deards
    A decade has passed since Lucas Connolly lost his best friend—and the only man he’s ever loved—in World War I, but he still can’t shake his guilt over Jamie’s death. In fact, ever since losing Jamie, Lucas has heard his friend’s voice inside his head—confused about what happened to him, begging him for help. And now, suddenly, it’s not just Jamie’s voice anymore; now, a specter who looks and acts exactly like Jamie did before his death, and who is demanding answers from Lucas about what happened... more
  • 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.
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