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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Queer as a Five-Dollar Bill

    by Lee Wind
    To fix his life, bullied and closeted fifteen-year-old Wyatt goes public with real historical evidence that Abraham Lincoln was in love with another guy—triggering a backlash and media firestorm that might destroy everything he cares about.
  • Sugar Street

    by M.J. Pullen
    In the idyllic Atlanta suburb of Sugar Mills, four women are struggling to keep their marriages alive and lives fulfilled in the hectic whirl of the middle-class suburbs. Adventurous Jess adores her sportswriter husband, but he’s more likely to fall asleep than to respond to her creative attempts at seduction. Delia agreed to an open marriage when she had nothing to lose; but now that the reality of her choice has settled in, she feels a void that no direct sales party can fill. Infertility ... more
  • Hamlette

    by M Pepper Langlinais
    Nerissa Dey is living out a Shakespeare play and hoping to avoid the tragic ending. When her A-list actor father dies suddenly, Nerissa flies home from boarding school to discover her mother has married her uncle. Not only that, but her dead dad's ghost asks her to avenge him. With the help of her friends, Nerissa sets out to do just that.
  • The Mystery of Julia Episcopa (The Vatican Chronicles Book 1)

    by John I Rigoli & Diane Cummings
    In ancient Rome, a woman flees for her life. Her enemies are those she once called ‘brother’. Hidden beneath her blue cloak are secrets men will kill for – forgeries that prove the newly self-appointed bishops are not followers of the way, but pretenders who have seized power and will stop at nothing to shape this new religion to their own ends. Now, Julia – a woman who had once walked with Mary Magdalene and taught alongside Paul must preserve the legacy of the apostles in the face of terrifyin... more
  • Nobody's Angel

    by Linda Freeny
    Detective DAVID KINCAID, is obsessed by finding out who a dead Jane Doe is, and how she came to be in that garbage ridden New York Alley. He believes her death was not an accident overdose, but murder. His quest takes him to the small town he was raised in, and to an older woman who seduced him when he was just sixteen. To his dismay, he still attracted to the woman, and still loves the fantastic sex they had and finds himself unable to stay away from her. He is caught off guard by the fact tha... more
  • Stinky-Dog.Where Are You? 2018

    by Lynne Russell
    Tells the true story of the author\illustrators son losing his favourite toy in Disney World. The toy, Stinky-Dog comes to life and has an adventure with other animal toy charchters in the night before he is found the next day.
  • Write My Coursework Now

    by Eric McLean
    If I had to write my coursework now I would only order this website because they have been the pioneers of academic help online.
  • Little Mouse

    by Judi Moore
    After Kristallnacht in 1938 Doktor Theodore Goldstein, his wife Lisl, and their small son Theo, flee from Berlin, across the North Sea to Edinburgh. There, for more than ten years, they build a new life – a good life. But then a friend from the old days arrives, and they find themselves once again facing ruin and terror. “I have just finished reading your novella and must say that I was totally taken away by it.” Sam Pope “a gripping tale which asks us all how far we would go to protect ou... more
  • B3 Goes to the Playground

    by Charleszetta Ford
    B3 is a flying superhero monkey, and she gets you moving! The Better Bodies Buddy (her friends call her B3) meets EJ, a little frog who doesn't like exercise. She teaches him that exercise is fun. He makes new friends in the process.
  • Eaglesworth

    by TR Pearson
    A small Virginia town, long since bypassed by the interstate, has but two claims on historical significance -- a plaque marking the route where General Longstreet's army retired from a defeat and a near derelict Georgian mansion called Eaglesworth. The house sits on a hilltop, neglected and weathered, until an outlander rolls in to bring it back to life. The lively story of the sordid secrets the renovation reveals is told by a pack of local barflies, a ragged bunch of half-cocked civic boosters... more
  • 444 - Seeing God, Holiness Revisited

    by Vic Zarley
    Justin Zachary finds an old radio in an antique store while on vacation in New Hampshire. It only plays testimonies from the Holiness Era. He shares his find with new friends. Scientists from a nearby lab in Massachusetts try to exploit the strange signal. This book is a little difficult to classify as it is a mixture of actual testimonies from centuries ago wrapped in a fictional story.
  • It's Kona Calling

    by Ray Fauteux
    Sam is middle-aged, smokes, drinks, overweight, and is generally unfit and going nowhere in life. In the early 1980's he stumbles onto an ABC telecast of a race called the Ironman Triathlon taking place in Kona, Hawaii. As he watches the race he's enthralled watching people cross the finish line after swimming 2.4 miles, biking 112 miles, and then running a marathon. He decides he's going to Kona and spends two years getting ready for what was at the time, the most difficult endurance race on th... more
  • Wonders Will Never Cease

    by Judi Moore

    The book is a satirical, campus novel set in the recent past. It concerns the ivory towers of British academia, what it is to be Non-PC in the Eighties, and prodigious quantities of sex and alcohol. It is December, 1985. The year is winding gently towards its close until Dr Fergus Girvan, a Classicist at distance-teaching Ariel University, finds his research has been stolen by the man who is also seeking to steal his daughter. But which man is, actually, the more unscrupulous of the two? And ... more

  • Ideas too big for our skin

    by Klaire Johnston
    Klaire Johnston's debut narrative is an arresting and refreshing take on the traditional illumination of love. This is NOT a book of love poems. Desire, power, reliance and acceptance rise and fall in equal measure as she takes us on a journey that touches the essence of being.
  • Going Widdershins

    by Sherrye Cohn

    It’s 1958 when Emilena Lamb is brought to Bridgeton Psychiatric Hospital in a catatonic stupor. Sam Atkins, the psychiatrist who admits her, is baffled. Emilena’s husband insists she’s always been the perfect wife and that theirs is a very happy home, which interviews with friends and family seem to support. When Emilena doesn’t improve during her first month in the hospital, she’s transferred to Summerland, a residential facility for “female hysterics” run by the sensuous and eccentric May M... more

  • The Boy in the Well

    by Steve Peek
    The Lightest Side of War Is Still Dark John Ryan never killed anyone, never even fired a gun in Vietnam. He worked in an airconditioned computer building in the safest city in Vietnam. If you had to fight a war, this was the way to do it. Friends, parties, weed and rock & roll filled their nights. Laughter and comradeship were plentiful. They thought they would serve their tour and escape back to the real world without wounds. War leaves no one untouched. No one escapes. All wounds are n... more

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