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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Last Resort

    by Emily Gallo
    An old sixties musician and his trim mama run a pot farm in the Emerald Triangle of northern California and welcome an exonerated ex-con, a Las Vegas prostitute, a union organizer from the Bronx, an escapee of a sex slave cult, a retired carney with Parkinson’s Disease, and an old Mississippi blues guitarist down on his luck. Together they create a last resort, a modern version of home and family.
  • The Republic of Jack

    by Jeff Kerr
    THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS RIDES AGAIN! Jack Cowherd will do anything to win the Texas governorship, even flirt with 21st century secessionists in the Texas Patriot Party. Victory is achieved, but only at the cost of Texas being tossed out of the United States. The Republic of Texas lives again! And Jack is its president. Jack’s friend and political advisor Tasha Longoria has long warned him of the dangers of his demagoguery. Now the worst has come to pass: Jack is impeached, arrested, and c... more
  • The Calling

    by Michael Kott
    A varied group of new plebes, first-year students at the Naval Academy, find themselves sent not to the storied school in Annapolis, Maryland, but instead to an experimental civilian-run version: The Chesapeake Naval Academy. They include Anastasiia Lashkova, a young woman from the Russian Federation who seeks the opportunity to be a military pilot; David Lavelle, a French student who seeks the father who abandoned his mother when he was born; and Autumn Pilsner, who overcomes her prejudices and... more
  • Frog Meets Small White

    by Antonina Novarese
    Frog is desperate to impress his peers. Luckily, he finds a small white butterfly and the chance to prove he is good at catching bugs! But when Frog and Small White become friends, Frog discovers he doesn't need his peers' approval. The seeming enemy can become a best friend if he opens his heart.
  • Poetry Motion: An LP Novel (Franco Book 3)

    by Tom Sheridan

    Franco’s last fight. Forever. One last chance to set an example for his kids. Either fight until the clock is out. Or get knocked the f*** out. One last chance to be there for his best friend Joey. The duo on a cross-country road trip with kickboxer Khloei. A knockout with knockout power. And an affinity for Franco. The married driver at the helm goin psycho. Headed west for a final fight. And. To take someone’s life. His son’s attacker out on early release. Franco carryin a... more

  • Temple Gates. Benjamin Franklin's Grandson

    by Michael Gates
    The year is 2030. Temple Gates, son of the president of Elysian Enterprise, and Bet– an employee at Elysian – gain unauthorized access to Elysian's research labs and experimental drugs. Every Sunday they conduct reckless experiments into the nature of consciousness. One Sunday, in Elysian’s Virtual-Reality lab – primed by visual cues and a drug known to induce out-of-body experiences – Temple is, unwittingly, bilocated through space-time to London, January 29, 1774. The first man he encounters ... more

    by Edward Beard
    1066 Arguably the most famous date in English history. The Norman conquest of England. How did it happen? What were the circumstances that led to such events? How did around seven thousand Normans and their allies conquer a nation of over two million people? LEOFRIC KNOWS, HE WAS THERE. The year is AD 1071. William the Conqueror and his Norman army have taken the Isle of Elig. After eighteen months of bloody siege, someone showed them the way through the secret paths of the treacherous m... more
  • The Inner World Turned Out

    by Scott Lingen
    Practicing psychologist Dr. Scott Lingen takes us on a wild ride through the minds of a revolving cast of characters AND the shrinks who treat them. Petter and Thea are not only a married couple, but psychotherapists--a psychologist and a psychiatrist, respectively. Between them they treat a number of patients with wide-ranging mental health issues, all the while trying to keep their own lives from becoming train wrecks in every sense of the word. At times dramatic, at times sad, and much of... more
  • Obadiah

    by Eldon N. Spady
    Obadiah is the story of how Obadiah, a worshipper of the true Jehovah, and who is mentioned in only one chapter of the bible, got the job of palace administrator for King Ahab, who, along with Queen Jezebel is trying to rid the country of ancient Israel of Jehovah worshippers, and how he survives the machinations of the Queen who tries everything from seduction to outright murder to remove Obadiah from his position.
  • The Prince's Order: The Secret Origins of the Renaissance, Book 2

    by Taylor Buck
    Florence, Italy. Nearly a year ago, Professor Jack Cullen and his wife Kat nearly lost their lives discovering the infamous Medici family treasure. A powerful secret turned out to be the catalyst behind not only the Renaissance--but all of western civilization. The problem was... the secret was locked in a time-release code. London, England. Present day. A revolutionary decryption program known as TETRA emerges, unlocking the code and revealing a powerful text, feared stolen. Jack's friend... more
  • There's Beauty in my Flaws

    by B. B. Grace
    Tally Forester is a college dropout stuck in a rut. After quitting her dead-end job, she takes a chance opportunity - one that sends her halfway across the country to Colorado. There, while helping out at her uncle's funeral home for the summer, Tally encounters a widow whose actions leave her suspicious. And when her inquisitive mind leads her down a dark path in search of answers, the evidence she finds points to a sinister conclusion. But many questions remain. Because, as Tally discovers, th... more
  • The Long Way Home

    by D. L. Norris

    The Long Way Home is a compelling work of fiction set in 1950s Madison County, Nebraska.

    At the heart of the story is Maggie Davis, a middle-aged widow and recent heiress to a grand Victorian manor. The stately home, which Maggie shares with her spirited nine-year-old daughter Jenna, also serves as a bed and breakfast to a once regular, but now transitory, clientele.

    The kitchen table is the epicenter of lively, often contentious, dialogue where no topics are off-limits. An outspo... more

  • Bell Hammers

    by Lancelot Schaubert

    PRANKS. OIL. PROTEST. JOKES BETWEEN NEWLYWEDS. AND ONE HILARIOUS SIEGE OF A MAJOR CORPORATION. Remmy grows up with Beth in Bellhammer, Illinois as oil and coal companies rob the land of everything that made it paradise. Under his Grandad, he learns how to properly prank his neighbors, friends, and foes. Remmy starts the Bell Hammer Construction Company, which depends on contracts from Texaco Oil. And Beth argues with him about how to build a better business. Together, Remmy and Beth start to ... more

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    by Steve kabacha

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  • Wisdom of the Ages

    by Robert Bernardo
    Sometimes the truth hurts so much; it's better to tell a lie. Such was the case for poor Johnny, who couldn't tell anyone where he'd been for the past eleven years without putting the entire world at risk. So, what lie would he tell? How could he explain why he suddenly vanished without a trace? Johnny himself had more questions than answers about his strange disappearance, yet all he wanted now was to get back to his family and the fabulous life he was forced to leave behind. A task easier said... more
  • The Book of Irish Bulls: Gaffes, Jests, and Paradoxes in National Literature and Rhetoric

    by E.C. Walsh
    "What is that unforgettable line?" So asks Winnie, the heroine of Samuel Beckett's Happy Days, enacting a long tradition of bulls in Irish literature and rhetoric. Defined as an apparently self-contradictory or nonsensical statement, the Irish bull has a long history in the national culture, especially on stage. In some ways, the bull foreshadowed Absurdist theatre: both suggest a deeper meaning for surface-level nonsense. Since the Renaissance, Irish and English playwrights have used bulls ... more