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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Just Between Sam and Me

    by Rosie Russell and co-writer, Cat Micheals
    6th Grade is Tough with a Mean Girl Against You Shy Olivia just wants to do her best in 6th grade and care for the animals on her family farm. But the new girl at school is determined to turn that world upside down. So Olivia pours out her heart in a journal to the only one who truly understands … her cat, Sam! Will Olivia discover how to speak up for herself? Can she make it through the pitfalls of tween social life? Join Olivia and Sam in this purr-fect tale of courage and hope t... more
  • Preying On The Church

    by Kimberley B. Jones
    Preying on the Church follows the story of Margaret, a 40-year old African American woman, who is trying to balance from the five stages of death (Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance). Deprived by her religion of praying and attending church three days a week, Margie has no clue that church isn’t a safe place. Until one-night Margie experiences a tragic shooting accident in her church, leaving several dead with one of the victims as her son. Margie’s, entire outlook of life ... more
  • The Road to the Breaking

    by Chris Bennett
    Nothing survived ‘The Breaking’ unchanged; lives and fortunes, love and hate, freedom and slavery … It’s early 1860, and war hero Captain Nathaniel Chambers, commander U.S. Army Fort Davis in the west Texas wilderness, has received shocking news – his father is dead. He must return home to Virginia and claim his inheritance before a maniacal neighbor can murder his widowed mother and seize the family plantation. But he’s torn by a terrible dilemma – to stay in the army and turn his back o... more
  • Brave Pat and the Christmas Carousel

    by Mimi Cocquyt

    A magical Christmas story about a carousel horse who takes a journey through the decades to discover that the turning of seasons, and the passage of time are made real by love, happiness and hope. Written by Kathryn Cocquyt. Illustrated by Christopher Harvill.


  • Sacrilege

    by Barbara Avon

    "The monster isn't beneath the bed. It is in the mirror swallowing at all the vile things it wants to say, choking on bile to make them go away."

    Wayward priest Cris Corelli rids himself of the sacred collar and leaves town, boarding the midnight train with no destination in mind. Satan is following him - lurking in the shadows.

    Corelli finds himself at an unassuming boarding house run by beautiful, yet tortured, Jules. She has her... more

  • 9780997982565

    Valeen Martin lives a quiet, isolated life. She left behind a painful past and all her secrets when she moved into the peaceful mountain town of Chestnut Cove. But the nightmares have started again and the sensations have grown stronger and more frequent. Valeen call her only friend Laura for support and they soon find themselves thrown into an unimaginable reality and unthinkable danger- bringing them face to face with the darker side of humanity; a man who thrives on mayhem and nothing more th... more
  • That's the Way It Always Happened

    by Margo L. Dill
    Lucy has a listening problem everywhere she goes—at the zoo, at home, and at school. But during Red Ribbon Week at her elementary school, her lack of listening and her love of polar bears cause her to miss out on celebrating being drug free and making good, healthy choices. Before the big celebration at the end of the week, will Lucy figure out how to listen and join in the fun with her classmates? Join Lucy as she tackles her listening problem and helps a friend in the end, too!
  • Love

    LOVE is based on the much-loved and well-known passage from the Bible (1 Corinthians 13:4-8). LOVE is a timely and soothing board book for the littlest listeners. A perfect bedtime or anytime way for grownups to connect with their own little loves, wrapped up together in the sweet embrace of gentle words and heartwarming illustrations.
  • CODEX: The Origin of Thought

    by Amerigo Consta
    In ancient Syria, a wanderer named Aram receives a message from God that reveals the true origin of mankind. Out of this mystery arises the Constantine Order, which pledges not only to preserve the universal knowledge of old secrets contained in Aram’s message but also to hide those secrets from those undeserving of their mysteries. As the centuries pass, other heroes, from Roman emperors to the warrior Attila the Hun, struggle to strengthen fortifications around Aram’s secret. Even they canno... more
  • Finnigan the Lionhearted

    by Mary T. Wagner

    When the tent circus unexpectedly pulls into little Beechville, Wisconsin, absolutely nobody could be more excited than Finnigan the Circus Cat and his two "circus mouse" pals Leroy and Maximillian! All three are still living "under the radar" in the small but charming Farnsworth Circus Museum--Leroy and Max because they're mice, of course, and Finnigan because he's still being kept as a big secret from most of the Farnsworth family members.

    While L... more

  • The Bottom

    by Mike Jason

    Approaching the new millennium. Micah “Mike” Postell, a former basketball star with a troubled past and uncertain future, returned to Carver A&M, a Black college, after a two-year absence. He previously left the university and was forced to return home to take care of his ailing grandmother. After his grandmother’s health improved, Mike decided to make another attempt to get his life back on track and possibly play basketball again. Upon arriving on campus, he is looked upon... more

  • The Magical Christmas Tree

    by Laurence Haynes
    The story then moves to Ellie, a young girl who was in failing health from an unknown illness. The doctors seemed to be unable to help Ellie, as day by day her health continued to decline. Her brother, Aaron Anderson, wrote a letter to the local newspaper, the Castle Falls Gazette, simply asking for prayers and support of the townsfolk. This caught the attention of Everett – he knew exactly what to do. He delivered the magical Christmas tree to Ellie’s family; the rest of the story follows a m... more
  • The Nudes of Nymph Land

    by Franco Aversa
    William Bouguereau is renown today for his works of idealized beauty and technical virtuosity. Once one of the most popular artists of the 19th century, he became a victim of the Modern Art movement as it bulldozed its past, and the light that Bouguereau brought into the world was almost extinguished. What was the origin of that light, that mastery of beauty? How does a dreamer reconcile his adoration of the human body and his devout suspicion of the sins of the flesh? How does a romantic who... more
  • Princess Gabriella and the Never-Ending Kiss

    by Kali Kuzma
    “Happily ever after” is a journey... When Princess Gabriella hears her true prince calling to her from outside the castle walls, she sets off to find her happily ever after with a simple kiss. But when an unfortunate event leaves her unimpressed by the first prince she attempts to kiss, Princess Gabriella decides to travel the kingdom in search of other suitors. Mishap after comical mishap with each new prince leaves Princess Gabriella wondering if the never-ending quest for a kiss will... more
  • Skyehag

    by Albert Marsolais
  • Sule The Proverb Detective/The Case of the Tied-up Lion

    by Rene Rawls
    Sule - The Proverb Detective/The Case of the Tied-up Lion is the first book in the Sule’s Seek & Find Story Series where a 10-year-old African proverb detective named Sule helps kids solve their problems using proverbs. With his first case, Sule must stop Fara from cancelling the class party by teaching her the meaning of the proverb: When spider webs unite, they can tie up a lion.