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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Monster Dog: A Small Dog with a Big Heart Learns About Alzheimer's Disease


    The second in a series of books for children, The Monster Dog is narrated by 'Tasse' the Shih Tzu. Tasse's story teaches children about Alzheimer's Disease and the changes it can cause in their loved ones. Suitable for young readers, ages 3 to 7 years.

  • The Land of Far Far Fart* Away

    by A.L. Milstein

    Poor Prince Lucas has a big and smelly problem. He farts when he talks. We have all had that very uncomfortable situation where we fart at a very inconvenient time. Just imagine it happening every time you talk. Will the unhappy Prince ever find happiness and true love? Read on to find out and be sure to have fun using your own sound effects.

  • Who Was Joseph Pulitzer?

    by Terrence Crimmins
    Pulitzer was a rags to riches story who revolutionized the newspaper industry by introducing sensationalism and shaking the ground of American politics by demanding changes to stop the rich from exploiting the poor. Crimmins' novel brings us into the day to day life of this unique genius, who arrived in America as an immigrant who barely spoke English yet twenty years later developed and edited two of the biggest newspapers in the nation. Pulitzer's run-ins with the other newspaper titans of the... more
  • Winds of Wyoming

    by Rebecca Carey Lyles
    Will Kate Neilson’s past imprison her again? Fresh out of a Pennsylvania penitentiary armed with a marketing degree, Kate Neilson heads to Wyoming anticipating an anonymous new beginning as a guest-ranch employee. A typical twenty-five-year-old woman might be looking to lasso a cowboy, but her only desire is to get on with life on the outside—despite her growing interest in the ranch owner. When she discovers a violent ex-lover followed her west, she fears the past she hoped to hide will impr... more
  • Winds of Hope

    by Rebecca Carey Lyles
    A beautiful ex-felon who’s had her fill of men. A crotchety old ranch hand who loved and lost. A busy, lonely rancher facing a difficult summer. Marketing degree in hand, Kate Neilson leaves a Pennsylvania penitentiary and heads for an internship on a Wyoming guest ranch determined to live a better life, despite others’ attempts to drag her back into the pit. Cyrus Moore, a longtime ranch hand embittered by the loss of women he once loved, vows to make life difficult for an “over-educated”... more
  • Pipe Dreams

    by Jeffrey Fischmann
    Pipe Dreams is a fast-paced tale of seduction and redemption. Told primarily from a Chinese point of view, this action-packed, psychological thriller takes readers on a rip-roaring journey through China and Southeast Asia in the early 1990’s. Nicklaus Blake, a young rancher from Colorado, is sent to China to manage a joint-venture. He falls in love with two women: Li Ping, a high-end courtesan, who uses him to escape from a pathological gangster; and Su Ming, his loyal assistant. Blake encounter... more
  • Questions of Perspective

    by Daniel Maunz
    After his only friend and colleague, John Manta, disappears without a word, Dave Randall further entrenches himself in the humdrum life of an unenthusiastic lawyer. But once he begins to understand what happened, he embarks on a journey to uncover the deeper meanings and implications of John's fate. Accompanied by Peaches the cat, Dave uproots his life and reinvents himself in the midst of his search. Along the way, he is haunted by his piecemeal understanding of John's fate and what it means... more
  • Things People Tell Me: An Unauhorized Autobiography of Donald J. Trump

    by Anon E. Moose
    Go deep inside Donald Trump's "very, very large brain" for a tongue-in-cheek look at the events that shaped his Presidency, from his bromance with Kim Jong Un to Trump single-handedly saving the U.S. Armed Forces from ruin by ordering more bullets. This humorous and fictional "unauthorized autobiography" sheds behind-the-scenes light on these and other seminal events from his chaotic term as Dotard-in-Chief, as his BFF Kim calls him in the love letters they share.
  • The Silver Mountain

    by Rufus Yates
  • Kahana: The Untold Stories

    by Ann Kennedy

    (Based on true events)   Finally, the secrets of  legendary Hollywood stuntman, Kim Kahana's dangerous life journeys and personal struggles are told.  His story reveals how he unlocks the power within himself to conquer life’s spiritual, emotional and physical challenges.  Just like the man, it's a hearty plate of gritty inspiration and encouragement 

    The book models Hemingway’s simple, straightforward style, with lots of ... more

  • The Saracen Storm

    by Jose Nunez
    It is the close of the 7th century, some six decades after the death of the prophet Muhammad. The armies of the Umayyad Caliphate have swallowed up the old Roman colonies in North Africa, now they are casting their eyes north, to the underbelly of Europe. Spain stands in their way. There, after the sudden death of his mother, a young boy named Pelayo is taken in by his father, the Duke of Asturias. Shunned as a bastard by the duke’s family and court, he grows up to become a rebellious youth, hi... more
  • Picasso On a Napkin

    by David Simmonds
    Lyric poems that venture between Sunshine & Shadows. Whether as an individual or in small groups, readers iare encouraged to read out loud. Discovering the music in the words. Exploring the rhymes and the raps. All are metrical verse poems. Some written with warmth and humour,. Others that carry a warning. Acknowledging the folly of human nature and the need for us to wake up and smell the roses. While they can still grow!
  • What People Do: The Jobs to Be Done (The Adventures of Taylor and Ryan)

    by Alex Lee
    Join siblings, Taylor and Ryan, as they play a magical game that leads them on an adventure exploring what people do, and the tools to help complete the job that needs to be done.
  • That Would Be Telling

    by Daniel Rossi Vargas
    On the way home to Portugal, Daniel Vargas drops in to see his adopted French cousin Mireille. Her latest plan: Together they’ll figure out sex, as they did tennis. Yikes! He sucks at tennis. "That Would Be Telling is a coming of age story of friendship, love, and d"esire, but also of family loss, grief, anger, and forgiveness. As Daniel struggles, war erupts and threatens to sink him. It’s July 1960, and Portugal lurches toward a bloody independence war in Angola. Daniel is nearly eightee... more
  • Of Such Is the Kingdom (Revised and Upd)

    by James Becher

    Step back to Ancient palestine, and ask: What could a cynical, non-conformist dry-goods salesman, a disgruntled blacksmith, and a musing mendicant all have in common? The answer: Down deep, they all seek something better.
            The non-conformist, Manaheem, Herod's truth-seeking foster brother, is hired by Herod to foment an insurrection against Pontius Pilate, whom he distrusts. Manaheem recruits the blacksmith, Barabbas, to be the insurrection leader, to the d... more


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