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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Painted Cross

    by Hunter Dennis
    France, 1788. The winds of change are blowing, and all can feel the air upon their skin. This is the time of the Heirlooms, the age where the two mysteries, the Cross and the Song, are created. The priceless necklace, the Cross of Nantes, lost to the Traversier family in 1759, has reappeared in their ancestral home - on the neck of the girl hit by Xavier’s carriage. Her name is Estelle Guerrier. Legally white, from Saint-Domingue, she will affect all those in her wake, awakening passion, envy,... more
  • Disposable

    by Nicole Saunders, Esq.
    In DISPOSABLE, college student Annalyn Winston is desperate to get out of debt. She finds unusual but high-paying work as a surrogate for a wealthy, barren couple. All goes well for a time, with Winston installed in a lovely house and her student loan debt decreasing each month. All goes well, that is, until a routine medical test reveals that the unborn baby has a potentially devastating birth defect. Told in three narrative voices—those of Annalyn Winston; Gerline Caslon, her counterpart a... more
  • Blind Walls

    by Conrad Bishop & Elizabeth Fuller
    A house of haunted ghosts: it's horror in a sense, but not so much of the "horror genre" as of the small daily torments to which our choices lead us. Based on the enticing legend of the Winchester “Mystery” House—a labyrinthine edifice built by a guilt-ridden armaments heiress—the story is seen through a blind man’s eyes. Raymond Smolett, a veteran tour guide on the verge of retirement, leads his final hour’s gaggle of gawkers through the monstrous maze. For the first time in thirty years, he b... more
  • As the Winds Change

    by Christie Leigh Babirad
    If you were given one more chance to talk with someone who passed away, what would you do? What would you say? When April Miller’s estranged childhood best friend, Johnny, is killed in a car accident, April is confronted with his spirit as she’s heading to work one day, making the phrase, “It’s never too late,” all the more poignant.
  • Lancelot Bottomley the Reluctant Knight

    by Terence Goodchild
    This is the story of a boy named Lancelot Bottomley from the concept of his birth down the birth canal to the christening, and how in his own words he lives with his silly name his parents have given him, on account his mother had the hots for Richard Gere in the film ( The First Knight). It tells the story through his eyes and words of his experiences going to infant school then on to secondary school and how he had to put up with the taunts and innuendos regarding his name and then puberty an... more
  • The Surgion's Mate

    by Dr Gerald Stulc
    The Surgion's Mate is a sweeping historical fiction novel of adventure, intrigue and romance, taking place during the Napoleonic War. Our hero, Jack Swift, is a lowly surgeon's assistant in the English Navy, an orphan who escaped the Great Terror in France as a child. His ambitions drive him to take on an espionage assignment in France, where he becomes embroiled in Napoleon's land war at the risk of his own life. In the process, he learns the meanings of duty, courage, and responsibility, and f... more
  • The Big Book of Genre Stories

    by Dale T. Phillips
    Here are five books combined into one big volume of stories, thirty tales in different genres. Strange new worlds and encounters with the unusual, in stories from light to dark. Some to make you laugh, some to make you think, and some to scare you. Dip into the Big Book for a taste of monsters, mayhem, myth, magic, and murder. Crime and Mystery Science Fiction Horror Fables and Fantasies Magic Realism/Paranormal
  • The Train, A Pilgrim Odyssey

    by Allan Ramsay
    A train headed for Hell with all humanity on board, most seemingly oblivious to their fate. The train's ruling elite use the Communications Centre to broadcast fake news, but they are influenced by sinister spiritual forces. An ancient document called The Message offers the only alternative. It tells of a great King, Victor Love, who will one day rule the Earth, making King's City His capital city and bringing world peace. Most dismiss The Message as naive hate speech. Those who beli... more
  • Jack's Awesome Adventure: Summer Camp Chronicles

    by Dr. Peter J. Isikwe
    In this second edition of the educational book series, Jack learns how to make a new friend. On this adventure he and Mike have an awesome time while at summer camp. The two instantly forged a bond over baseball and ice cream. For friendships to grow Jack had to give it time and patience. Jack wasn’t scared anymore, and he couldn’t wait to see what was in store for his next awesome adventure with his new friend
  • Momma, Do You Remember When You Asked Jesus Into Your Heart?

    by Kathy Banks
    Children & parents may dread bedtime, but Brian can show you that bedtime can be the best time for a great conversation. Brian was always asking questions right at bedtime. One day he had a question that was the best question. It just had to be answered right then. So Mom sat with him and told him how she came to believe in Jesus as her Savior. Let's find out how the story goes.
  • The Siren Dead

    by C.F. Harrow
    The Siren Dead tells the story of Ariadene and Lyxander. Ariadene was a refugee, displaced from her home by the war between the ancient powers of Archea and Tyria. Ariadene’s beauty caught the attention of a cruel Archean General, and her family’s desperation pushed her toward him. But Ariadene favoured Preneus, a disguised Prince of Tyria. Twenty years after the fall of Tyria, Lyxander is the first to ever escape the island prison that holds Tyria’s taken children. Some believe that Lyxan... more
  • A White Picket Fence

    by Laura Branchflower
    Lina and Phil Hunter have shared an uncanny connection since they met as teenagers twenty-five years earlier. Conflicts arise in their marriage when they can’t agree on how to parent their middle daughter, sixteen-year-old Katie. When Katie sinks into a depression, Lina seeks out the help of a renowned child psychiatrist, Dr. Nick Drayton. Phil, a partner in a prestigious Baltimore law firm, has a short (four month) affair with an associate eleven years his junior. Sensing Phil’s distance, Lina... more
  • Memoirs Of A Traitor

    by Lee Levin
    One of the most unlikely stories in the history of England. Sir William Stanley, a man of the lowest rank during the time known to history as the War of the Roses. He made one king and unmade another. He finds himself on trial for treason. "Tomorrow They Chop Off My Head."
  • Your Christmas Elf

    by Jodi Stapler
    Did you know each child has a designated elf;One that knows you better than you may know yourself.Your Christmas Elf watches over you all year, but especially during the Christmas season, so you'd better be on your best behavior.
  • Death and Other Things: Stories

    by Kimberly LaRocca
    Death is final. Death can be painful, not just for those who suffer it, but for the ones who are left behind. The survivors. The ones who maybe didn’t get what they wanted from their relationship or the failed suicide attempt that leaves them clinging to a life no longer wanted. And death can be tragic. In this collection of short stories, Death and Other Things, the many façades of death are examined, occasionally with a wry and backwards glance and occasionally through gut-wrenching horror.... more
  • 1777 - Danbury on Fire!

    by M.H.B. Hughes
    This all-ages thriller concerns April 26, 1777, when the British plan a peaceable mission to confiscate weapons from a Connecticut village. Young Joe Hamilton can't decide who's crazy when his Patriot grandfather tries to jail his pacifist father. Every person in the book is handicapped by being responsible for someone else. What will people give up for others? Maybe it's their own cowardice... Small-town vendettas and moral beliefs sway with the swirling smoke that hides all crimes alike.