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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Anstruther Lass

    by Vivien Carmichael
    A historical romance set in the Dundee Jute Mills in 1865. Lana, a young widow from Anstruther, works at a mill and falls in love with a Dutch sailor Stefan, the son of a rich jute trader and shipping magnate. But then, a love triangle arises that pursued wrongdoings just to acquire Lana’s love. Will Stefan be alive and safe? What happens to Lana later on? Will a pregnant Lana survive in the uncertainties of the world? Follow through the answers to these questions in “The Anstruther Lass” by... more
  • Princess Maybe and Huggybear

    by Christopher Dubs
    Princess Maybe and her best friend Huggybear live in the magical kingdom of Mandap. Huggy loves the Princess very much, but is sometimes a naughty little bear, and get his friend into trouble. Like suggesting the play Hide and Seek in places they're not supposed to go!
  • Life's Rollercoaster

    by ASIA HARRIS
    Daunted by a web of dark secrets, Michael Johnson Jr. is faced with numerous obstacles that may cost him his life. Raised in the rural streets of the Chi, where dreams become nightmares has pushed him into a life of uncertainty. As a college basketball star, he is forced to choose between his love for the court and his love for the streets.
  • Looking for Africa in America

    by Ike Okwuonu
    This book is about an African American male frustrated as a result of difficulties he encountered growing up. He found his problem common to majority of peer members of his ethnic group compared to other ethnic peer group members' experience. Johnson attributed his failure to the stripping away of the African American culture by the slave masters. He resolved to recover the "Africa" that was missing in him. Johnson traveled to his origin in Africa and embraced originality after ritualistically d... more
  • The Quadrant Conspiracy

    by James H Lewis
    As Anglo-American leaders gather to plan the defeat of Nazi Germany, Hitler orders the death of President Franklin Roosevelt to derail the conference. Brandon Armitage, a Canadian veteran of the Great War, has joined Canada’s Volunteer Guard to oversee German prisoners; it’s a role he’s undertaken to seek revenge for the death of his son during a raid on the French Coast. When one of his prisoners escapes. Armitage pursues him to a remote island above Lake Huron, where FDR is on a pre-conference... more
  • Masked Man in Dollarado

    by Bruce Miller
    With a nod to Zane Grey and L. Frank Baum, the Masked Rider and his nephew enter the Dollarado Territories, where hate fuels the reign of Gov. Hump Powers. Part western adventure, part commentary on current politics and culture, this page turner will keep you enthralled and make you laugh while the plot grows darker and darker. Filled with action and familiar characters from the history of westerns, this novel will surprise the reader over and over again.
  • This Girl America

    by Chelsie Prince
    America Rossi has been thrown into the dark side of teenage life, unprepared. Now she must figure out her senior year goals for The Assignment, a four-year long project of goal setting and letters of reflection. But after years of unexpected heartbreak, traumatizing sexual experiences, and uncovering some harsh societal truths, she's found herself with no goals. In hopes of finding a renewed outlook, she decides to open the Freshman, Sophomore and Junior letters that were already completed for T... more
  • The Guitar Player and Other Songs of Exile

    by Jo Ann Kiser
    From the first story, about Clara Fenton's enchantment with the young man who would go past her childhood gate with his guitar and her later encounters with him, to the final tale, about Kate and Emory Corliss's return to Osier County to piece together the history of their family and visit their remaining close kin, these narratives will remind readers belonging to other landscapes what it means to rediscover their own special place. The stories will also speak to the reader about what it means ... more
  • Happy Ever After A Pandemic Tale

    by Dr Marlene MD
    Timmy Turtle, Speedy Seagull, and their friends, the unicorns, live on the beach. The pandemic is here. The beach and town are closed. Speedy Seagull loses his zoom superpower to fly superfast from the virus. There are no French fries for him to eat. They are sad and lonely. They ask their unicorn friends for help. The unicorns give them magical unicorn dust. Speedy Seagull and his friends sprinkle the unicorn dust over the beach and town. The next day, the pandemic is gone. The town and beach a... more
  • Knocked Down

    by Russ Thompson
    HI-LOW NOVEL FOR RELUCTANT TEEN READERS. Tennison (Ten Cent) Sanders is a gifted high-school football player with the talent to make it in the pros someday. But he throws it all away by making bad decisions that jeopardize himself, his family, his team, and his education. Does he learn from his mistakes and move forward, or does he continue to knock himself down?
  • Fluffy's Christmas Gift

    by chuck page
    EXPERIENCE CHRISTMAS THROUGH THE INSPIRING STORY OF A CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAMENT. This kids Christmas book helps you see the holidays through the eyes of a tree decoration. Fluffy, a handmade ornament, wants to hang by the tree star and climb higher on the tree. On his journey up the tree the snowman faces many setbacks: Hurtful words and criticism Loneliness, fear, and disappointment Pain from being broken apart When Fluffy finally gets to the tree top, he learns new things about himsel... more
  • The Happy Valley

    by Benjamin Harnett

    In the early 1990s in Harmony Valley, a rural, Upstate New York village faded from its 18th and 19th century heyday, a group of teens engaged in an idiosyncratic role-playing game cross paths with June, a mysterious girl whose family has deep roots in the area, and Clyde Duane, a janitor who makes weekly visits to a strange room-the headquarters of a secret society-opening its door with a golden, serpent-headed key. Meanwhile an eccentric Utica lawyer pulls his young Vietnamese protég&... more

  • It's Okay Not to Know

    by Brenda Do
    Bink feels like they’re not good or smart enough every time they make a mistake or struggle to do something. Then Bink learns that making mistakes or not knowing something isn’t bad or wrong; having uh-oh’s is like getting a present because it’s an opportunity to learn something new and, most importantly, ask why. By staying curious, Bink builds self-confidence and learns another valuable lesson: to treat themself and others with greater compassion.
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