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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Crooked Fences

    by C.J. Heigelmann

    2020 New York City Big Book Award Distinguished Favorite

    A troubled war veteran battling PTSD returns home to pursue his dream of becoming a police officer. But is he ready?

    Experience the life-changing events through the eyes of the main character as he comes to grips with himself, his family, and the community around him. 

    The night of the ambush changes everything for US Marine Todd Goodson. One moment, he is discussing tactics with ... more

  • Robotastic! Jake and the Giant Beach

    by Sari Karplus

    For a robot... A day at the beach is no "day at the beach."

    Bringing a robot to the ocean is chock full of challenges! With a little love and some A+ problem-solving, Jake is determined to give his best robot buddy a robotastic time at the beach.

  • Partner Pursuit

    by Kathy Strobos
    When a workaholic lawyer meets a fun-loving music marketing executive for opposites attract, friends-to-lovers adventures, which partnership will she choose? Workaholic lawyer Audrey Willems is not going to take any chances with her bid to become a partner at her New York law firm—especially with only six months until the decision. Until she bumps into Jake—her new neighbor. Jake is a fun-loving music marketing executive who might just be The One. He’s funny, caring, supportive—and able to... more
  • My One Extraordinary Life, A Feline Memoir

    by TD Arkenberg
    "Few humans lead an extraordinary life. I’ve come to that conclusion from my years of scrutinizing the tribe of upright walkers. My credentials? I’m a cat." And with that bold assertion, Fluff invites readers into his exceptional feline world. We meet the outspoken tabby as a kitten. He lives with his mother and siblings in a cardboard box in the heart of Brussels. Charmed by exotic tales of a seasoned street cat called Grumps, Fluff dreams of adventure. But he can’t quite muster the courage ... more
  • The Aquamarine Surfboard

    by Kellye Abernathy

    “Age never matters, these things are about bravery and heart.”

    Thirteen-year-old Condi Bloom’s dream is to learn to surf, but her laid-back beach town isn’t what it used to be. Big resort owners are taking over the cove. Worse, someone’s harassing the Beachlings, the mysterious old women living in the cliffs off Windy Hollow, a lonely tower of rock that people say is haunted. When a new surfer boy named Trustin shows up in town and invites Condi to a forbid... more

  • Red Bishop

    by Robin T.W. Yuan
    RED BISHOP is a sweeping historical novel based on the extraordinary life of Robin Chen, the last Presiding Bishop of the Anglican Church in China. His journey from a Confucian, pre-Republic, mission schoolboy to one of China’s foremost Christian leaders weaves through key national and international events. Life under Mao’s Communism forces the bishop to confront loyalties to country, church, and family while his eldest daughter in the United States is confronted by the Red Scare of post-war McC... more
  • La Florida: When Spain 'Discovered' Florida and Two Proud Nations Clashed

    by James D. Snyder
    Swashbuckling Pedro Menéndez and his explorers reached South Florida hoping to find gold and silver. They'd also make Christians of docile natives, who would happily mine ore and raise crops for the tables of Europe. Instead, they confronted a fearsome confederation of tribes that had been a nation for longer than Spain itself. An epic story, true to actual dates and events. But it's told through the life of a Calusa Indian boy, from gathering fibers and berries for his single mother to his cru... more
  • Atlantean Conspiracy

    by Steven Crown
    Professor Aranare Rusa works in a Cambridge University teaching history and he has a passion for all things Atlantis. On discovering a vase, he brought online leads to his adventure of finding, escaping and the leaving of them to places unknown.

  • Mechanic North Shore

    by Scott Smithee
  • City Kitties

    by Rizwan Asad
    When naughty little Mitten asks Nessie why she never falls for his tricks, Nessie answers with a tale of experience. She’s “been there, done that!” Told in gentle rhymes, City Kitties is more than a story about knowing the value of experience. It’s about knowing which experiences are truly valuable.
  • Small Portions Cafe

    by Douglas Fergus
    Quirky, absurd, satirical, laugh-out-loud short stories.

    by Dave Kwan

    Greedy Traders devised a plan to sell illegal Whiskey to Plains Indians. A rebel brave called Storm Cloud, uses the Whiskey to influence and control his rogue warriors. The wild young Chief sends his large War Party to attack homesteads, farms, and ranches; to steal, kill, and destroy! Years before, the Indian Tribes signed a Peace Treaty with the Government. Storm Cloud wants to brea... more

  • Fractured Crystals

    by Betty Bolte
    Fury Falls Inn in 1821 Alabama. A place for ghosts, witches, and magic. A place of secrets and hidden dangers. A place where Daniel Fairhope’s family kept shocking secrets from him. Now he must protect his sister and her powerful magic from two angry, demanding witches and a witch hunter intent on ridding the area of witches, all while convincing the captivating woman he meets at the inn to trust him before she breaks his heart.
  • The Braggin' Dragon

    by Anders Roseberg

    The Braggin’ Dragon is a fun book that teaches children how to compliment, be positive, and reap the rewards of positive energy and friendships.

    Meet a dragon that can’t help himself from bragging. He brags all the time, but the problem is he starts to lose friends doing so.

    I’m faster than Horse, of course. That’s not how you jog, Frog! And just like that, Frog and Horse don’t want to spend so much time around Drago... more

  • The End of May

    by Kem Richards
    Determined to climb the corporate ladder, Marcella strays down a dark path in the wake of devastating events.