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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The King

    by Karma Love Kid
  • Where the Night Never Ends: A Prohibition Era Novel

    by Annette Oppenlander

    A chance encounter between a penniless young woman in search of her missing brother and a hobo burdened with a big secret takes both on a journey to Chicago’s glamorous yet crime-ridden 1920s, where prostitution, bootlegging, and corruption rule. Separated by fate and reunited by chance, WHERE THE NIGHT NEVER ENDS is an unforgettable tale of courage and perseverance, a tribute to the triumph of hope and love against all odds.

    When feisty and headstrong Samantha B... more

  • Everything We Lose: A Civil War Novel of Hope, Courage and Redemption

    by Annette Oppenlander

    Two friends--one black, one white. Torn apart by an attack gone wrong. One escapes into war, the other is sold into slavery. Told from alternating viewpoints, one black and one white, Surviving the Fatherland author Annette Oppenlander delivers another stunning historical tale set against the epic backdrop of the American Civil War--a breathtaking examination of the power of hope and friendship, and the endurance of the human spirit to find a way home.

    Tennessee, 1861. ... more

  • The King

    by Karma Love Kid

    The King is a satirical piece of work loosely based on a prominent leader whose flaws and gross incompetence, wreak havoc on his kingdom and his people. His nemesis is a sorceress who schemes to bring about his downfall and eventually succeeds with the help of her delightful creatures.

  • Jokes for Very Funny Kids (Ages 3 to 7): Funny Jokes, Riddles and More

    by Team Golfwell
    If you want the greatest children's jokes, you'll love this book. JOKES FOR VERY FUNNY KIDS (3-7) is a children's joke book containing funny kids' jokes with over 140 funny illustrations and funny pictures. The funny illustrations and pictures are visual aids to children who may become tired of reading line after line. In creating this book we tested jokes on kids and included the ones they laughed at and deleted the jokes they didn't laugh at. Besides learning to enjoy books, kids will be lau... more
  • Jokes For Very Funny Kids (Big & Little): A Treasury of Funny Jokes and Riddles Ages 9 - 12 and Up

    by Team Golfwell
    If you like children's jokes, you'll love this book. JOKES FOR VERY FUNNY KIDS (BIG & LITTLE) is a children's joke book containing funny kid’s jokes, one-liners, LEGO jokes, Q & A jokes, short jokes, long jokes, puns, tongue twisters, corny jokes, silly jokes, easy & hard riddles (for the whole family to solve), knock-knocks, brainteasers, and more! This book makes a wonderful and happy gift for any child - big or little! This book has been tested out on kids, and they have lots of laughs and ... more
  • Absolutely Hilarious Adult Golf Joke Book

    by Team Golfwell

    If you like adult jokes, then this book is for you. A Great Gift for Any Golfer! Over 200 pages of golf jokes. Puts everyone in a great mood!

    Laughter helps you relax and focus and play better. No corny jokes here. Caution: These aren't the kind of jokes your momma told you - strictly for adults. This is the first adult golf joke book of its kind. Don't accept imitations. It will chase the blues away.

    Amazing compilation of the funniest adult golf jokes ever hear... more

  • Who Will Hear Begonia?

    by Bonny Gable
    “Who Will Hear Begonia?” is a children’s picture book for ages four through eight. It celebrates the value of attending to the small voices among us while it facilitates an understanding of Alzheimer’s disease. In the story, Nana’s memory illness has stolen her beautiful smile, but Emma and Kara try all sorts of antics to bring it back. Their dachshund Begonia knows how and tries to tell them as best a little dog can, but no one is paying attention. When the three finally work together to recapt... more
  • A Clearing in the Clouds

    by Joan Fox Peppe
    When three women witness a brutal hit-and-run on a quiet residential street in Naples, Florida, the experience changes their lives forever. Emotions run high and two of the women spiral out of control. Only when a player from the past enters the picture, does everything change once again. With the power of forgiveness at the heart of this story, A Clearing in the Clouds speaks to issues of friendship, love, and perseverance in the face of tragedy.
  • Good Man, Good Woman

    by Jonathan Epps
    Gladys Welson and Henry Good were born to different places: Gladys, into upper-middle class privilege; Henry, the toils of working life. Nevertheless, they came of age in an era of tremendous opportunity—bolstered by the victories of their forebears—when individuals were less constrained by differences in American lives and more open to new realms of experience, new ways of seeing the world—but perhaps more cautious of them too. Against the backdrop of the tumultuous late sixties, when social... more
  • Dragonflies at Night: More Than a Love Story

    by Anne Marie Bennett

    Meet Savannah, a 30-something woman in Massachusetts with a thriving party planning business called Life Celebrations. Savannah’s parents died when she was a teenager, and now the aunt who raised her is also dying. Savannah has created a positive life for herself on the east coast, surrounded by friends and co-workers who have become her family. While she works hard, practices yoga, has an over-the-top passion for Broadway musicals, and carries on her mother’s legacy for celebrati... more

  • Sam's Shadow Braves The Night

    by Melissa Kay
    When Shadow learns that Sam is struggling with bedtime fears, he steps in to help his friend tackle the mysterious ‘Imagination’. As they brave the night, they come to understand that Imagination is not a person, or even a threat, and they work out a wonderful way to manage their anxiety. A rhythmic, rhyming, beautiful tale of self-discovery.
  • The Girl Pretending to Read Rilke

    by Barbara Riddle
    "The Girl Pretending to Read Rilke" is a coming-of-age novel set in a biology lab in the summer of 1963 in Boston. Both the heroine, 19-year-old Bronwen, and America are suffering growing pains and soon all the standards of the past will be shattered as the Pill and the war in Vietnam change people's expectations forever. A shocking telegram forces Bronwen to choose between family and the temptations of her dazzling future in science, dangling just out of reach. The poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke ... more
  • Vagabond Wind

    by K.M. del Mara

    A tale of cat and mouse.

    A good old-fashioned adventure.

    A story for anyone who has wandered, lost and alone,

    or wishes they could.


    This is the tale of a girl called Anya Netherby who, with one rash decision, suddenly finds herself on the run. She has no one to turn to and nowhere to go.

    She wanders aimlessly, beginning to fear she has made a bad mistake, and with no idea how to put it right. Her luck begins to change when she befriends a wounded cro... more

  • 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