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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Farewell Fleeing Repatriation

    by Barbara Sorensen Fallick
    Sasha defines Valentina as poison when he first meets her on the Kamchatka peninsula.  She is challenged by his air of superiority and vows to humble him.  Sasha can’t resist her, and by the time she leaves to return to Moscow, his beloved homeland has become its own prison.  Sasha bids Kamchatka proshchai (farewell) and follows Valentina there, intending to persuade her to return as his wife. He arrives in Moscow just as Valentina is set to leave for England to continue her spy training prior t... more
  • Eating the Forbidden Fruit

    by Roland Sato Page

    Eating the Forbidden Fruit is a gritty fiction novel loosely based on true events in author Roland Sato Page life. The newcomer author delivers a personal journey into his rise and demise as a St. Louis City Police Officer. He takes the readers on a roller coaster ride of good old family memories to the nightmarish reality of being a police officer indicted on federal drug charges. During his trial, he wrote memoirs as a testimonial of redemption. Roland's case stems from the conflict of ... more

  • Beyond the Dragonhead

    by Kelly Nichols
    A compelling adventure built upon historical people and places across the eastern Viking world. After the destruction of their village by a tyrannical king, Thyra and her father flee their homeland with a small band of survivors including severely wounded friend, Bjorn. Pursued by the king’s best warriors, time is running out as Thyra’s feelings for Bjorn deepen, and she realizes her skills as a healer may not be enough to save him. The refugees seek help from a Sami tribe, Magyar fighters, a... more
  • The Gathering Brood

    by Carol Hoenig
    The Gathering Brood, with approximately 65,000 words, will either amuse readers or horrify them. This work of fiction is about five adult siblings who have all been requested by their mother to attend a Fourth of July gathering to celebrate her being in remission from cancer. The contemporary story takes place in a single day, with flashbacks showing why these dysfunctional adults are procrastinating across the miles in an effort to spend as little time together as possible, each with secrets or... more
  • Outlaw: The Legend of Robin Hood

    by John E. Petty
    Robert of Locksley returns from the Crusades, after fighting alongside King Richard, to find his people crushed under the fist of the Sheriff of Nottingham and the despotic Prince John. Losing his home, family, and title, he escapes into the vast Sherwood Forest — a foreboding place said to be haunted. Instead of ghosts and goblins, Rob finds a community oppressed by cruelty, and he vows to lead them toward a better life.
  • Adventures of a Pangopup

    by Terri Tatchell
    Pangopup is definitely old enough to leave his burrow and see the world. When his mother disagrees, the naughty pup waits for her to fall asleep and sneaks away. Outside, he meets a mischievous DIK DIK who is eager to show him some fun. However, DIK DIK’s idea of fun isn’t necessarily PANGOLIN proof, and Pangopup finds himself in more and more danger as their explorations of the African landscape take them further from his burrow. On the surface, “Adventures of a Pangopup” is about a naughty pa... more
  • Omnicide 2022

    by itzhak begerano
    "omnicide 2022" is a fictional political satire novel with a current feel: Crazy politicians are embroiled in a strange war which is led by Monro-the president of the Free Democracies, against Aswad- President of the Militant Islamists. Monro,Aswad and their armies are leading the world to a terrifying escalation. In the midst of this, Monro's deputy,Barney the comedian is sent to the front against his ... more
  • If Only She Knew

    by Amanda Wilson
    Melissa is an average middleclass sixteen year-old in high school. She has a car, friends, and everything important to a teenager. When she meets a boy who checks all the right boxes, she falls for him...only to be betrayed. Her so-called friends start cruel gossip about her, and she loses all but one friend. Slowly, Melissa manages to put her life back together and pull herself out of depression. Eventually, she lets her guard down and begins to trust again. But she ends up falling even lower t... more
  • Fluffy's New Home

    by Alexandria J. Snowdon
    Fluffy's New Home is a great tale about a loving pet and an adorable, courageous girl named Fiona, who is willing to share with others. Finding a new home for fluffy was not an easy decision for little Fiona. However, Fiona's parents were able to persuade her, of how a new home was best for a small dog presently living in crowded surroundings. After convincing Fiona that Fluffy would be all right and that she would make another family, as happy just as they were, Fiona finally decided to send F... more
  • Recalculating Truth

    by Paul H. Raymer
    Recalculating Truth is a technological thriller tale in the genre of Michael Crichton and the psychological exploration of Walker Percy. In his pursuit of truth, Gus Sainte doesn’t realize that creating a technological, all-knowing, electronic Genie will reveal truths that embezzlers, terrorists, news anchors, and Supreme Court justice candidates would prefer to keep hidden. But it is not until an old flame, the gorgeous Cyrene Al-Masri, mysteriously returns to his life that he recognizes lies... more
  • Death at the Edge of the Diamond

    by Paul H. Raymer
    Growing up is hard. Decisions and distractions pile on. Jon Megquire intended to enjoy playing in the Cape Cod Baseball League in the summer of 1979 while he tickled his future. But it didn’t turn out the way he expected. He expected to have a fun, Cape Cod summer. Then he could consider growing up and seeking an answer to the age-old question, “So what are you going to do now?” He did not expect building science and murder.
  • The Rez

    by G. Michael Madison
    A coming of age saga follows two generations of a tribe on the American Indian reservations of the turbulent 60s and 70s and their struggle through civil unrest, racism, poverty, and Vietnam. The male and female characters, from two generations and three races that live on the reservation, struggle to find their own paths as their tribe and the nation do the same. Drawing from personal experiences, writer G. Madison, a Native American and Vietnam Vet, brings to life traditional storytelling, fam... more
  • Unbound A Novel

    by Teri Davis
    To survive the bitter struggles of the Great Depression, folks did what they had to do to get by. In 1936, in a small rural town in western Ohio, a desperate stranger knocks on the door late one night. What he has to do upheaves the lives of two young boys. Complicated circumstances wrench the boys apart, hurl them back together, and challenge their brotherly bonds. Just when they think they’ve regained their footing, the Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor. The United States enters World War II, singein... more
  • Over the Right Field Wall

    by GP Hutchinson

    In 1891, Rory Fitzgerald's errant homerun ball lands two celebrities in Baltimore Harbor and the hapless baseball hero in hot water!

    "...a wonderfully interesting and romantic story. Any reader who likes baseball, American historical fiction or a good romance story will enjoy this book." --Karen Walpole for Readers' Favorite

    Player-manager Rory Fitzgerald's 1891 Richmond Elite Professional Baseball Club enjoys an abundance of talent... more

  • Unsaid

    by Asmita Rajiv
    As I crossed over to the other side of forty, I found myself in a constant battle with my mind over several own-created issues of self-worth. On one such day, as I sat under a beautiful, half-naked maple tree, I found myself in the middle of a stark contradiction between the ethereal beauty of nature and dark shadows of my emotions. As I tried to make peace between the two, my eyes fell on a fallen autumn leaf. There, it lay.. Quivering yet unafraid  completely devoid of any shame It let the ... more
  • Reno Carrigan: Lawman

    by GP Hutchinson

    Two lively, classic-style Western tales from award-winning author GP Hutchinson! 

    "Reno Carrigan: Lawman" includes "The Reckoning" and "A Dead Amigo." Both are rugged, high-action yarns from a master storyteller!

    "The Reckoning" Reno Carrigan Westerns Book 1

    When Reno Carrigan's young wife and sister-in-law are brutally murdered and the local law will give ... more