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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Last Moon Before Home

    by Barbara J. Dzikowski
    When Willow Trudeau is given her dead mother’s diary on her tenth birthday, she learns a hard truth: her mother chose Willow’s life over her own. Years later, at loose ends over her identity and abandoning college, Willow journeys to a deteriorating ethnic neighborhood in Indiana to search for a father, Leon Ziemny, about whom she knows only his name. Meanwhile, Leon’s father, Walt, a plain-spoken, retired steelworker who runs a dying tavern, has just been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. ... more
  • All the Bumpy Pebbles: A Novel

    by Tamara Cherry
    When it comes to bad days, Roxanne Brown has had more than most. Her mom’s a drunk. Her dad’s not around. And the haircut she got before her first day of high school was a total disaster. Soon, a seemingly serendipitous encounter gives her a reason to celebrate. He’s cute and confident and best of all, he likes her — like, really likes her. But Roxanne has been duped. And as she plummets down the rabbit hole, crumbs of herself are left in all the dark places we would rather not see. Will Roxanne... more
  • Amelia's Gold, a story of romance, ruin, resolve snd redemption in the American Civil War

    by James D. Snyder
    As the Confederacy’s hopes wane, the sheltered spinster daughter of a wealthy Savannah merchant finds herself escorting a shipment of her family’s gold to safe harbor in the neutral Bahamas. Amelia Beach soon confronts challenges ranging from political intrigue to shipwreck to compulsory service in a makeshift hospital full of sick and bitter soldiers. But these crises also inspire Amelia to become a new woman of courage and consequence – shaped in part by a cast of ethnically-diverse characters... more
  • Dispensing Truth: Divine Prescriptions to Restore and Maintain Good Health

    by Dr. Ron Girardin
    “Dispensing Truth” is an eye-opening revelation into the cause of all mankind’s illnesses, but far more importantly it informs the reader of the biblical way of returning to sound health.
  • At Dawn the Simorgh Appears

    by K. A. Lillehei

    Anna and Farah, two young women from opposite corners of the world, are travelling together when they are abducted by renegades. The women are held capitve in a stone hut; their fate unknown. During their captivity they share their fears, but also personal stories, recounting their childhoods and families, joys and sorrows. A young servant becomes close to the women and helps them. They free themselves and flee into the wild and desolate Zagros mountains which is as treacherous as their capti... more

  • The Adventures of Blink & Fleck

    by Jeffrey Holley & Stacie Holley
    Justin, Taylor, and Samantha meets an imaginary new friend who takes them on a magical adventure around the world. Join the trio of children and their two new friends on a fun educational trip.
  • Orphans in the Barn: Seven Not-So Deadly Sins

    by David Xu
    Seven orphans rent an apartment in a barn owned by a pair of mature, but doting farm owners. The orphans enjoy life in the Pennsylvania mountains, but struggle with the seven deadly sins. They meet many colorful folks in coal country and enjoy a wonderful and Christian life together. A shocking ending awaits them all.
  • Picasso's Motorcycle

    by Marc Sercomb

    France, 1940.

    An unexpected gift of an old motorcycle with a tragically romantic past hurls a young orphan into the thick of things as war breaks out and his life changes forever.  Half-French/half-German Daniel must find a way to survive in a world that mercy seems to have abandoned.  This book transports the reader to Nazi-occupied France, where Daniel unwittingly and unexpectedly finds himself working for the Resistance, and ultimately to the Russian Front in a twist of fat... more

  • The Sky Fall Conspiracy

    by Joseph Bendoski
    An 80-year-old conspiracy. A clash of spies, and the secret they buried. William Stephenson is an expert in mass media persuasion and propaganda. He watched the rise of Hitler on a mountain of lies, but Stephenson also believes that the Nazis can be undone by the same power that created them; propaganda. There is just one problem. All foreign broadcasts are illegal in Germany. At best Stephenson will have a day before the Nazi soldiers storm his radio station. It took Hitler over a dec... more
  • Tool & Die

    by JOHN L DALY
    Fairlane Tool and Manufacturing Company thrives despite competing with huge publicly traded automotive parts suppliers. When a new executive joins the team, he threatens to destroy their collaborative corporate culture making work life an everyday struggle. Tool & Die is the inside story of love, life, and death in a manufacturing company.
  • Sister's Surprise - Slog the Winged Frog - Book 1

    by Javelin Jaaziel
    Slog, is not an ordinary frog. In spite of his normal, loving family, the normal swamp in which he lives, and the normal friends he has, there is one thing that sets him apart: Slog has wings. Cursed with them since birth, Slog is unable to fly and finds himself discouraged over being so different. Seeking advice from his family and friends, Slog travels the swamp and nearby farmlands, hoping to find solace in kind words from Hooty the owl, or Squiggly squirrel. After a long journey and no... more
  • Blood and Silver

    by Vali Benson
    Blood and Silver is about a twelve year old girl in 1880's Tombstone, AZ who runs into all kinds of trouble trying to save her mother's life. What is a twelve year old girl to do when she finds herself in the silver boomtown of Tombstone, Arizona, in 1880, and her only home is a brothel and her only parent is a drug-addicted mother? If she is Carissa Beaumont, she outsmarts the evil madam and figures a way out.
  • 9781703145687

    by JulieJoe B.
    Ethan Templeton awakens the All-Seeing Eye is an unexpected story about a young boy’s task of saving the world. It presents a world of tug-of-war with good and evil.
  • The Velvet Abbey

    by PF Walsh
    A contemporary American retiree who lives in Palm Springs, California, unexpectedly finds himself a lottery winner, and wealthy beyond his wildest dreams. Despite the windfall, he travels to London to complete a final, modest job commitment as a residential furnishing appraiser. While involved in that task, Timothy Wesley becomes enthralled with a grand, Italianate house and spacious grounds known as Hensley Oaks. The house has been shuttered for many years and is somewhat neglected, but it ha... more
  • What's Not Said

    by Valerie Taylor
    What’s Not Said is a fun and twisty story about Kassie O’Callaghan, a middle-aged woman on a mission to divorce her emotionally abusive husband and start a new life with a younger man she met while on a solo vacation in Venice. When she learns her husband has chronic kidney disease, her plans collapse until she pokes around his pajama drawer and discovers his illness is the least of his deceits. Then again, Kassie is no angel. The separate lives they lead collide head-on into a tangled web of... more
  • Tangle of Time

    by Gin Westcott
    When four college kids are buried alive and there’s only one way out, don’t ask questions. Just survive. After barely escaping a torturous series of undiscovered tunnels far beneath the Sierra foothills, Mae and her friends emerge, dehydrated and nearly dead from starvation. But everything Mae knows and loves is now gone. Through some bizarre tangle in time, they’ve been reeled back into the past. To a time that, according to Mae—“is constipated with antiquated gender inequality.” ... more