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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Springtime in Lawrence Park

    by Arnold Logan
    Marie Barnacle should have had the perfect life. Born into wealth and prestige, she grew up in posh Lawrence Park, with its winding roads, stone mansions, and old money. But Marie’s charmed life is haunted by a dark family secret. The youngest child of Raul and Tabitha Barnacle, Marie Dorée is burdened by her parents’ attempts to burnish the faded glory of their dynasty. This dark satire follows Marie through her troubled childhood, rebellious adolescence, and her efforts to establish a life bey... more
  • A Cord of Three Strands

    by Christy Distler
    Born to a French trader and a Lenape woman. Reared by Quakers. As the French & Indian War rages, Isaac Lukens strives for peace—between Pennsylvania and its Indian tribes, and between his own heart and mind.
  • Toy Soldiers Don't Grow On Trees...Or In Gardens

    by josh eidlitz
    Follow along with Ryan as he tells his fun story, and see what lessons he learns along the way! You will laugh in delight with your child as this cute and hilarious story unfolds. This story conveys an important lesson in love and the relationship between child and parent. Boys and girls alike will enjoy this book with it's easy to read story line and illustrations.
  • A Grand Exposition

    by Kim Idynne
    Paris, 1889. On the brink of economic recession and another civil war, France has managed to create stability by hosting the Exposition Universelle: a showcase of industrialized countries and their colonial possessions. After a successful opening, Paris begins to thrive—but the newfound prosperity is threatened by the arrival of an English woman with a mysterious illness. When the woman vanishes without a trace from her hotel room, and the hotel’s manager and doctor deny her very existence, her ... more
  • Searching for Gurney

    by Jack Estes
    Searching for Gurney is the brutal and riveting journey of three young marines and an enemy NVA soldier who fight in the cauldron of Vietnam.
  • Though We Have No Merits

    by Dick Carmel
    During the 1980s, the federal government experimented with criminal rehabilitation by incarcerating men and women together in park-like settings that mirrored life on the Street. When Zolly Berns, the middle-aged owner of a Chicago bar, refuses to give false evidence, the feds exert pressure by sending him to one of those prisons – the Federal Correctional Institution, Lexington, Kentucky. Zolly readily makes friends and handles the sexual encounters. But he also confronts challenges like those ... more
  • A Coward's Guide to Oil Painting - the Novel

    by MM Kent

    On a dark night in Texas, Mariah has an improbable intimate encounter with Cliff. Suddenly, the cops come and they  have to separate before she finds out who he is. Cliff gets in trouble over the incident, flies to Mexico with his older brother, and takes the alias CJ MacRae.

    When his brother’s plane crashes, CJ and Mariah embark on separate quests to find out what happened, all the while yearning to be together. But, as they get closer to each other and to the truth about hi... more

  • Southern Gothic

    by D. Krauss
    Against his better judgment, Art Deats leaves his safe and predictable New Jersey life to help his brother restore their childhood home in Alabama. While he struggles to make the house livable again, Art’s long suppressed memories are triggered and he uncovers terrible secrets about his family. And that something more than ghosts haunts the place.
  • Stockboy Nation

    by Thomas Duffy
    Phillip Doherty is at a crossroads in his life. He has moved from New York to California. He is engaged to be married to his long-time girlfriend, Melissa, his career is going nowhere and his latest novel has flopped beyond a reasonable doubt. Phillip thinks his only way out of money troubles is to go back to retail by working for Milton's World of Fun which was the company where he worked when readers first met him in the original book, Stockboy (2013). Life doesn't work out easily for Phillip... more
  • The Jittery Jostled Journey of Morley the Mouse

    by Lyndsay Stonecreek
    A heartwarming tale of a little mouse named Morley and his parents, who are chosen by God to be saved from the worldwide flood. But first, they must embark on a dangerous journey across unknown territories and overcome many obstacles. Along the way, Morley learns some important lessons about himself, his family and most of all about the way that God takes care of him.
  • Welcome To Our Camp Berra

    by Craig Wells
    After too many gruesome foster homes, Noah is rescued by his grandmother who is kind and compassionate and funny. She has recently retired as Copperville’s only doctor. He struggles to please her. But Noah is Noah. Even after many middle schoolers warn him of the notorious CAMP BERRA, he remains the rebel. So he is kidnapped and sent to the camp. He has not been a smart aleck, or a baseball player who tosses his batting helmet after a strikeout, or like Tomas, a rival for Juliet’s affection, w... more
  • Dolphins At The Door

    by Craig Wells
    Whether on a skateboard or a surfboard, Joey, born of risktakers, already one at 13, skates in and out of lightning strikes as if a gazelle chased by a lioness. He crashes into a school bus. In a coma, he enters a fantasy world where nature and truth have gone awry. As a warrior inspired by a legendary big wave surfer, he hunts down Cherokee medicine men he hopes will cure Esther of her leukemia. He loves her. Lady Matu, rock star, cult leader, kidnaps her. Joey rescues her. The medicine men are... more
  • Rumi Revisited

    by Craig Wells
    In 1964, white in LA is the color of convenience. For Cody, nothing in life is convenient. He falls in love with Malia from the nearly extinct Chumash tribe. He is befriended by Mr. Ozzard—a Persian refugee with grandiose, scary tales of faith and betrayal. His father, an Okie during the depression, treats Cody as harshly as his father did. Watts riots erupt. A demonic warrior from the ancient Chokki clan kidnaps Malia. As a boy, he must rescue her. As the man he must become, he relies on the st... more
  • Southpaw Blues

    by Craig Wells
    Tom Trinity believes baseball is his life. Even if he throws nothing but no hitters, he’s wrong. Tammy, a runaway, becomes more important than any perfect fastball, as are mystical caves where someone, perhaps his father, teaches him to pitch. Tom fears he might become like his grandfather Dr. Winchester, who commits more heinous crimes than Edgar Allan Poe could ever have imagined. Even though he is groomed by wondrous tales of blue dolphins trapped in giant aquariums and a greenhouse to rival ... more
  • The Panda-emic Story

    by Wish Publishing
    when a pandemic hits the animals in a zoo, it preoves to be a lesson for all. As many become ill, others refuse to believe that anything is wrong. "I feel fine so everything else must be fine, too!"
  • A is For Alcorn: Alphabet Book

    by Breanna Fulton
    Breanna Fulton's debut children's book gives your child a learning experience rooted in the joys of an HBCU experience at Alcorn. This fun ABC book utilizes elements of rhyme and vivid artistry to showcase the history that Alcorn has to offer.

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