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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Cannibal Coast

    by Bret Boscaccy
  • Edelweiss

    by Joan Robison
    Eva Abrams thought leaving her relatively normal and uneventful life in suburban Utah for a summer internship in Europe was what she needed. A break from her normal everyday life and unwanted memories. She arrives in England excited for the next three months, but little does she know it will soon throw her into a time of war and chaos- where men fought and died for total domination. She soon learns that the real job is to travel back in time to the 1940s. She knows it will be an experience li... more
  • A Murder in Ashwood

    by Robert Brighton
    New Year’s Day, 1902 … Ashwood wakes up to a foul murder … Buffalo, New York … as the remains of the great Pan-American Exposition are swept away, and the bitter memories of William McKinley’s assassination at last dwindle away … the city reels again after the sensational murder of successful businessman Edward Miller, bludgeoned to death in his cozy den, in one of the city’s most fashionable enclaves: Ashwood. But for all its glamor, Ashwood guards the dark secrets of many of its young, up-a... more
  • Love Always Disappoints -- Sometimes

    by Renard M. Alotta
    By age 24, Trevor Jones lives alone in a crummy downtown apartment, works as a night janitor, and enjoys the safety of aspiring to nothing. He has experienced enough life to have figured out his place in the world. Mastering the art of lowering expectations has served him well. It’s a strategy proven useful in family, work, and especially in relationships. But for a single friend kept at arm’s length, he sticks to himself and has constructed a tolerable existence. Books are his solace, the pen... more
  • Elephants Are Not Artists

    by William Hart
    What does it mean to be an artist? Ruby is an elephant who loves to draw on the ground with her favorite stick. She dreams of getting to use colors one day. When others tell her that she will never be an artist, she must choose between believing them or believing in herself. Discover how determination, practice, and forgiveness help Ruby along her journey.
  • Snoodles in Space

    by Steven Joseph
    In the Award Winning Book "Snoodles, Kidoodles, Poodles, and Lots and Lots of Noodles,: Steven Joseph and Andy Case introduced us to a world where everyone was happy because of one man, Herbie Snoodleman, the inventor of the SnoodleMobile, which was powered solely by noodles. It had replaced the Krautmobile, invented by Sour Croodleman, which ran on sauerkraut, and made everyone quite a bit cranky. In this follow up book, when the Zoodle Kidoodles abduct Norman Noodle and Sally Stroodle, the ... more
  • In Case of DECEIT

    by Fiona Kolodzy
    In need of another dose of spice in their lives, young parents Nathan and Sarah revisit swinging. But what happens when Nathan falls in love? Can their relationship survive this new challenge?
  • In Case of DESIRE

    by Fiona Kolodzy
    What would you risk for a happy ending? Desperate to stave off divorce, a ‘good girl’ tumbles down the rabbit hole into the weird yet thrilling world of swinging. Gambling on a daring idea to save their marriage, Sarah and her husband embark on a journey of insight into this desire-soaked jungle, determined to rekindle their own lost spark of passion. Lured into joining the elite swinger group Plumdelicious, she and Nathan ride the whirlwind of bizarre experiences and wild sexual encounter... more
  • The Boy Who Fell From The Past

    by Truant Memphis
    An unusual coming of age tale, recounting a brief passage in a young man's life, The Boy Who Fell from the Past is a young adult, sci/fi action-adventure novella starring yours truly, Truant D. Memphis. Imbued with elements of literary fiction, the narrative explores themes of anti-violence and personal moral philosophy, but don’t let that scare you away. It’s also got hackneyed political commentary, time travel, absurdly impossible technology, underground cities, boats, and tons and tons of jok... more
  • The Exploration Of The Other Realm

    by Zion Christopher Duffus
    The protagonist wakes up from a recurring dream and encounters a shadow figure who transports them to a world of the unknown, where dreams and reality collide. They become the ruler of the city of the dead and are known as the Keeper of Dreams, with a growing reputation for their power and knowledge. One day, a young woman appears seeking guidance about her own dream of a world beyond the living and the dead. The story follows the protagonist's journey as they navigate the mysteries of this stra... more
  • Computer Centre in pitampura

    by Dics Laxmi nagar
  • Kafka in Tangier

    by Mohammed Said Hjiouij

    Kafka in Tangier is a contemporary Moroccan novel that masterfully weaves magical realism, absurdity, and postmodernism to provide a fresh take on Kafka's Metamorphosis. Delving into themes of transformation, alienation, and control, this captivating tale follows Jawad Al-Idrisi, a disillusioned teacher whose unrealized dreams of becoming a literary critic take an unexpected turn when he awakens as a monstrous creature. As he grapples with his new reality, Jawad is forced to... more

  • Blue's River

    by Kathleen Marie Doyle
    Blue's river is dying. For centuries, the river has taken great care of people and other living beings, always giving them what they needed. Now the river has reached the point where it cannot give anymore. Can a ten-year-old girl and a 400-year-old Great Blue Heron save Blue's river?
  • Falling In Love In The Burg

    by Joshua Valdez
    Take a trip to the sparkling gem on Florida's Gulf coast, St. Petersburg, and enjoy a novella of new and old love with shocking surprises. Eccentric millionaire John celebrates his mascarade birthday party with the help of Smith, his assistant. Chaz has just been released from jail and takes on what he thinks is his last job. Meanwhile, Jessica, a hotel manager, is about to have her life turned upside-down as a new owner comes into the picture. Amy unsuspectingly takes on a project of a lifetime... more
  • Dog Readers: Beginner Collection 1: Sit Dog, My Dog, Flip Dog

    by Lucy Simon

    Dog Readers: Beginner Collection 1 is a three-story early reader all about dogs. Perfect for the youngest of dog-lovers, the simple, repetitive text follows cute and sneaky pups as they wink, sniff, hug, and even hitch a ride on a sloth.

  • Lulu and the Missing Tooth Fairy

    by S. E. Richey
    Lulu has lost her first tooth and cannot wait for her first visit from the tooth fairy. Trixie has been training and training and cannot wait to finally become an official tooth fairy. Everything would be perfect, but mishap after mishap prevents Trixie from reaching Lulu's destination. Will Lulu finally get a visit from the Tooth Fairy? Will Trixie finally become an official Tooth Fairy? This humorous and heartwarming tale encourages children to believe in magic and that everything is possib... more
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