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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Adrift

    by Charlie Sheldon
    “Stirring…A rich tale of spirituality, grit, and danger.” – Kirkus Reviews When the Seattle Express goes adrift… The Seattle Express, a 700-foot container ship bound for Seattle, is on fire in the Gulf of Alaska. Three hundred miles away, on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, Larry and Louise fire up their old tug, Warhorse, and head into the open ocean to salvage the burning vessel. The money from a salvage claim might just save their business. But it’s a race against time, the elements... more
  • Scarecrow-Morphed

    by Harold Fischel
    The story follows the full life arc of our two main characters: Bret and Melony. We are first introduced to them in the typical chaos going on in a high school just before prom season – with all the angst and teasing that goes on. Then we ride along as they grow and mature and find out all the pitfalls and challenges life has in store. A heart-stopping kidnapping, trials of medical school and a real life struggle with drugs swirls around the couple and their best friends and then th... more
  • American River: Tributaries

    by Mallory M. O'Connor
    In the mid-1800s, three immigrant families—Irish, Mexican, and Japanese—settled along the banks of the American River in Northern California. A century later only one family remains. Artists, musicians, poets and politicians, the members of a new generation make their way through the turbulent decade of the sixties. But when an unexpected tragedy brings the three families together, they find that they are torn apart by conflicting opinions, dangerous secrets, engrained prejudices, and their own ... more
  • Tales from the Land of Forever: The Bookkeepers Portal

    by B.A. Keating
    Life didn’t seem like it could get any worse for 10 year old Sarah George after the sudden death of her father. But when she stumbles across an old book in the manor library and is somehow magically transported to a far-off and enchanted land, Sarah is soon proved horribly wrong. An action-packed, thrilling adventure story that will be sure to delight young readers for many years to come.
  • She Started It All

    by Sandra Warren
    Two middle-grade students are at odds over a WWII History assignment when the boy is given U.S. War Bonds & War Stamps and the girl is given WWII aircraft. Neither could have predicted how their unwanted assignments would solve a mystery, uncover forgotten history and bring them together in the process. Based on the non-fiction WWII story, We Bought A WWII Bomber: The Untold Story of a Michigan High School, a B-17 Bomber & The Blue Ridge Parkway.
  • The Angriest Angel

    by Christopher Halt
  • The African Piper of Harlem

    by Zeena Nackerdien

    A Tale of Bullies and Deception

    Neither fish nor fowl, every immigrant threads the needle between being one of "us" versus one of "them." The plot is both a fantasy and an exercise in exploring ways in which recent African immigrants and African-Americans recognize and embrace each other's cultural differences.

    In Harlem, the mecca of black America, immigrants of every complexion live side by side with the descendants of slaves. The story begins with a desc... more

  • The Adventures of Wilhelm, A Rat's Tale

    by Maria Ritter
    Young Wilhelm leaves home and travels the world. He not only discovers the value of different cultures and the importance of family and friendship, but he also overcomes obstacles with courage and cleverness. He returns home with deep respect for all creatures on this earth and a new sense of rat identity and purpose.
  • The Last Whippoorwill

    by Mary Bryan Stafford

    Cora Allen looks back on her childhood and young womanhood to recount the time her mother uprooted the family, loaded the wagon and headed hellbent for Texas. And how it changed everything,

    With both narrative drive and lyric texture, this is the story of two strong-willed women who have more in common than they know--the men they loved, amd their own longings, frailities and strengths.

  • Lucid World

    by Denise Lammi

    When 15 year-old Morgan is contacted by the advanced civilization of Lucid World, she has no idea what is to come. She is one of a select group of teens chosen to travel via avatar into a remote, and hidden technologically-advanced society housed inside a vast mountain cavern. Here she learns about an emotional disease called khaos, that has infected all of humanity. Her new friends in Lucid World live under a dome beneath an ice cap, with cats, culture, and a harmonious way of life uninfecte... more

  • Zafir and the Seventh Scroll

    by Paul Skousen
    For those familiar with the adventures of Bassam and the Seven Secret Scrolls, this book will be a much-anticipated continuation of the story of this brave young man and his adventures as a traveling merchant. Those new to the story will find Bassam and his journeys in the Far East of long ago no less fascinating for its historical detail, and for Bassam's experiences and exploits. An engaging old-fashioned adventure story, Zafir and the Seventh Scroll will take you to lands far away in time and... more
  • The Search for Rasha

    by Paul Skousen
    My dearest Bassam, Come for me. I am taken away to a dark place. It is the end of my life. I have nothing but this script to console—and my thoughts of you. If these words find you when it is too late, let them comfort you for your life without me at your side. —Forever yours, Rasha What is greater than the search for love? Finding the love of your life and having her ripped away. In the dark of night, a covert group of bandits enters the village of Rekeem and kidnaps Rasha, daughter of the grea... more
  • Dorje the Yak

    by Caryn Hartman

     

    Dorje the Yak is a tale of triumph over adversity. It is the tale of  Dorje's struggle, and the struggle of Tibet, to assert an identity in a quickly changing world. Join Dorje on a journey that ends where it begins: in his heart. 

     

  • A Wasp in the Fig Tree

    by Mary Bryan Stafford
    Young Isabel Martin escapes to her uncle's idyllic ranch in South Texas, expecting a safe and luxurious haven after the heartbreak of her parents' divorce. But there is an insidious little rumor that the whole county is talking about. How can she know who to believe when gossip lays a heavy film of guilt over the Parr family she loves? After witnessing a suicide, she sets out to find the truth of her family's involvement in the election fraud that launched Lyndon Johnson into the US Senate.
  • Finding Mr. Wrong

    by George Kaplan
    Mothering her brothers wasn’t enough for this redhead. Undiagnosed Asperger’s Tookie wants a child of her own. After “auditioning” numerous men, one date at a time—all of them fail the test. Frantic with her biological clock ticking down, this Jersey girl accepts a blind date with momma’s-boy engineer Ollie, who works with her secretary’s husband. Ollie’s old-country mother Rose yearns for grandchildren, but will she squash Tookie when her P.I. uncovers Tookie’s past indiscretions?
  • Spawn

    by James Frishkey
    As the Russian Army advances on Hitler’s bunker in 1945, the remaining occupants rush to secretly evacuate the most important person in the Fuhrer’s inner circle…Eva Braun. Twenty five years later, a young KGB agent discovers proof that Braun did not die in the bunker and is ordered to undertake a yearlong search to find and kill her. They would never allow the birth of the Fourth Reich.

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