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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Lena (Florida Folk Magic Stories Book 3)

    by Malcolm R. Campbell

    When Police Chief Alton Gravely and Officer Carothers escalate the feud between “Torreya’s finest” and conjure woman Eulalie Jenkins by running her off the road into a north Florida swamp, the borrowed pickup truck is salvaged but Eulalie is missing and presumed dead. Her cat Lena survives. Lena could provide an accurate account of the crime, but the county sheriff is unlikely to interview a pet.

    Lena doesn’t think Eulalie is dead, but the conjure woman’s f... more

  • The Secret Solitaire

    by CJ Openshaw
    They abuse her body. But they can’t destroy her determination to survive. Set in the English town of Madalena during the start of the 20th Century, left penniless after being forced to quit her job, Anna suffers in silence whilst her ghastly landlord abuses his power of authority. Writing in a notebook to a friend she simply calls Cate, Anna reveals that she is a murderer. When Anna’s grandfather finds her a new job in Windsor, she hopes it will be the answer to her problems. But the move to ... more
  • Country Boy, City Girl: Trials and Triumphs During The Great Depression

    by Teresa Holmgren
    Country Boy, City Girl is told in alternating chapters, featuring the author’s 1936 Olympic-swimming mother and her farm-boy father, who rode the rails across America in the 1930s to earn money for college. House fires, family deaths, parental illness, and other trials challenge them, but in the end they both triumph, one with the help of a successful businessman and the other from an astounding encounter with the most famous athlete of the 20th century. There are 125 historical photographs.
  • Pirates Attack: A Knookerdoodle Adventure

    by Laura Henderson
    Ever since his adventure in the Deep Woods, Peanut found it difficult to think of anything else. I suppose that's what happens when one meets pirates for the first time and discovers a magical golden ball too! At least the Strathy Fall Fair was soon to be there. Peanut couldn't wait to play the games and hopefully win the costume contest. He and his best friend, Tennyson, were sure to be the only pirates at the fair. Or would they be? Enjoy all of the excitement with Peanut and his friends in Bo... more
  • Citizens of Campbell

    by Ann Reed
    Earl Johansen and Nearly Kelly have been friends since they were boys in Campbell, Iowa. Now old men, Nearly lives in the Veterans Home, where Earl is his frequent visitor and steadfast companion. As his health deteriorates and they reminiscence about days gone by, Nearly has only one regret — something Earl and a couple of new friends might help him resolve. Citizens of Campbell is the story of a small Iowa town, the unlikely but enduring friendship between two World War II veterans, and th... more
  • Petra, Family, and Foes

    by Grace A. Fynn
    The Moss is a family of trouble where Petra, Lorcia and Charles are chief perpetrators. But this time, Lorcia leads the way with a false story of Petra being kidnapped. Then Charles places the kidnapper into the spotlight and then pushes him out of it after forcing a confession from Lorcia. And what does Petra do? Well, she unwittingly drags her father into the spotlight too but it would take the whole family to get him out of it.
  • Child of Love & Water

    by DK Marley
  • Mabel of the Anzacs: A Friendship for the Ages

    by Mary D. Brooks

    Two women - one a fiery teenager, the other a cantankerous octogenarian - find their mutual antipathy blossoms into an unlikely friendship in this heart-felt multigenerational story about finding a kindred spirit where you least expect it.

    Zoe Lambros meets Mabel Andrews, a mercurial, cantankerous World War I Australian nurse. Zoe's introduction to the fiery octogenarian is an explosive mix of sound and fury. Neither woman wants to give ground and they are determined to be proven ri... more

  • Miss Etta: A Novel

    by Deanna Lynn Sletten

    She rode with the most famous outlaws of her time. Then she vanished.

    In the fall of 1895, Etta Place falls in love with Harry Longabaugh, alias the Sundance Kid. She gives up everything to follow him and his partner-in-crime, Butch Cassidy, in their outlaw life across the continent and beyond. Breathtakingly beautiful and every inch a lady, Etta can also ride and shoot as well as any man. As their fugitive life begins to crumble, she finds herself alone and living in a convent with her... more

  • The Glory of Revelation: This Coming Glory

    by Anne Grant
    Have you ever longed for a simple easy reading on the book of Revelation? This is it! Apostle Anne takes you on a spiritual journey that will deepen your love for Christ, create in you a desire for more of His presence and increase your knowledge and understanding of this present glory and that which is to come. This book has been designed to equip and empower its readers for ultimate victory over Satan and evil while demonstrating God's great love for mankind. Each chapter takes you beyond the ... more
  • All But What's Left

    by Carrie Mumford

    "Sharp in both wit and sorrow, readers will keep changing their minds about Hannah's path until the very end." --Theanna Bischoff, author of Left, Swallow and Cleavage

    In this haunting debut novel, Carrie Mumford tells an achingly-relatable story of first love, the intricacies of memory, and finding the strength to follow one's own dreams.

    Since her mother's tragic death, Hannah has known how her life would turn out: she'd marry he... more

  • Beloved Sa Mi

    by Jennifer Hong
    Love is all that is certain… As a fifteen-year-old coming of age during the Japanese colonial period in Korea (1910-1945), Sa Mi revels in her status as her parents’ youngest and most beloved daughter as she seeks to stave off her recent ascent into womanhood. Fate’s mighty hand, however, strikes down, leaving Sa Mi to grasp at love and memory as her life makes an abrupt and inevitable turn. Beloved Sa Mi is Book One of the series A River Han. This historical family drama follows Sa Mi ... more
  • Guardian Angel

    by Bob Rich
    1850, a small town in Australia: Glindi, an Aboriginal woman, gives birth to a daughter, the result of a rape by a white man. She names the child Maraglindi, meaning "Glindi's sorrow." However, the girl proves to be a joy to all those around her. She has the gift of love. During the fourteen years until she dies, she encounters everything that intolerant, cruel Victorian society can throw at people it considers to be animals. She surmounts all the savagery of the white invader by conquering hate... more
  • Jagdlied: A Chamber Novel for Narrator, Musicians, Pantomimists, Dancers & Culinary Artists

    by Dolly Gray Landon
    This musically and graphically enriched chamber novel is an over-the-top black and blue comic extravaganza about the conspiratorial undoing of a teenage entitlement princess. The story throbs throughout with an undercurrent of apocalyptic motifs related to the extinction of art, fall of empire, and coming of the Antichrist. It is an epic farce that reads like an erotically supercharged psychological suspense thriller. The narrative takes the reader/audient on a veritable boomerang roller-coaster... more
  • The Last Romantics

    by Elizabeth Malin
    Three stories, three couples, three intertwined tales of the challenges of requited love: Kate and Jim: A struggling romance novelist, Kate must deal with an editor pushing her to write steamier books and a husband who decides to dabble in producing his own “art.” But is he really creating something of value or just mocking Kate’s own attempts at becoming a literary artist? Jake and Belinda: The hero and heroine of Kate’s latest romance novel, this duo faces danger as someone makes an atte... more
  • Woman with a Parasol

    by Libby Malin
    A story that explores the depths of maternal love.... When Toni (Antoinette) cons her reluctant thirty-two-year-old daughter, Belle Norton, into accompanying her on a trip to France, mother and daughter spar about everything from how Belle dresses to her favorite painter, Monet. As they fight and make up over and over again, Belle comes to realize Toni has lured her on this journey to reveal an old secret that threatens to shake her world. To add to her stress, Belle deals with her own mother... more

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