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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Water Damage Restoration Tulsa

    by American Cleaning & Restoration
    Dealing with water damage? Call American Cleaning & Restoration today to find out how we can help you with water damage restoration in Tulsa. We offer a 24-hour emergency response, 7 days a week!
  • Malicious Mates

    by Raz Andrews
    After a breakup from hell, Jackson Young's demons are taking him out to party in this darkly satirical novel from down under. Six years ago, Jackson traded nights-out with his mates for nights-in with his girlfriend. And never looked back. With a job selling life insurance to the elite, and a girlfriend to go home to, Jackson has everything a man of these times could hope for. Until one dark and stormy Friday night in Melbourne, Australia, he doesn’t. Thrown back into a vicious city, he's f... more
  • The Shadows Come

    by Melinda Viergever Inman
    Germany threatens all of Europe. Millions have died. President Woodrow Wilson makes the declaration that the United States must enter the Great War to rescue our allies. Congress approves. Our story begins.  In America’s heartland, everyone hunkers down to provide food for the world and resources for the war effort. A draft is necessary, and all young men must register. One by one, these are called to war. With this threat looming, Prentis and Avery raise the necessary horsepower, cultivate t... more
  • A Leg in Oklahoma City

    by Greg Hoetker
    "No one can say this story is not true." So begins this debut novel, a work that took more than 20 years to conceive, research, and write. A story of passion, pain, and memory, this work also attempts to solve a loose-threaded mystery trailing like a fuse behind one of the greatest domestic acts of terrorism in American history-- the epicenter of which was, and still is, the heartland of Oklahoma City. Compact, multifaceted, and historically adept, A Leg in Oklahoma City will keep you wond... more
  • Troubles of our lives

    by Marie Mera
    It's a collection of short stories, all fictional and of different sub genre.
  • 9781732958500

    by Brook Allen
    Young Marcus Antonius's father dies in disgrace and he yearns to restore his family's honor during the final days of Rome's dying Republic. Marcus is rugged, handsome, and possesses abundant military talent, but upon entering manhood, he falls prey to the excesses of a licentious society. His whoring, gambling, and drinking eventually reap dire consequences. After a series of personal tragedies, Marcus must come into his own through blood, death, and sacrifice. Once he finally earns a military c... more
  • Promises to the Fallen: A Vietnam War Novel

    by Glyn Haynie
    In the jungles of Vietnam, innocence is the first casualty of war... Nineteen-year-old Eddie Henderson is a private in the U.S. Army. His parents are deceased, and he has no one in his life except his platoon brothers—Porter, Rocky, and Professor. His fellow soldiers are his family now. But none share a bond as close as he and his best friend, team leader Mitch Drexler. In the heat and jungles of Vietnam, each man does the best he can to survive. Battles are fought, friends lost, and promi... more
  • Beneath the Same Stars: A Novel of the 1862 U.S.-Dakota War

    by Phyllis Cole-Dai
    August 18, 1862. On the Sioux reservation in southwestern Minnesota, Indians desperate for food and freedom rise up against whites in the region. Sarah Wakefield, the wife of a physician, is taken captive with her two babies by the warrior Ćaske. As war rages, little does she know how entwined their lives will become. This is the gripping story of two people, caught between worlds, who are willing to do almost anything to defend those they care about—including each other. But the drama is big... more
  • A World So Bright and Dark

    by Sara Ellie MacKenzie
    Lizzie Colleen MacDougal seems to be a normal teenager. She hangs out with her friends, tolerates school and thinks about love, annoying her siblings and being free from supervision. But her dreams and life clash constantly in a thoughtless rage around her. It makes her question who she is in trying to remember what truly happened, the concept of forgiveness and to cope with the aftermath of heinous abuse and self-harm.
  • Ecochain

    by Dorian Tilbury

    “It’s dying right before our eyes. In two years it could all be gone. Does that mean anything to you?”

    On Africa’s majestic Sukula Plains, nature’s finest predators face a desperate struggle for survival. The lions of Sukula are under threat by unscrupulous trophy hunters, while the research institute that seeks to protect them is floundering through lack of funding. They need a saviour – someone to rescue the struggling Institute and secure the futur... more

  • Shorter of Breath: 8-Tracks. Aliens. Korea. Edmonton. and a Chance to Leave Lame-O Millennial Culture for the '70s!

    by Ken Eckert
    Leisure suits! Muscle cars! An annoyingly ethical cocktail-loving alien! Social justice radicals! Time-traveling terrorist music critics! Just like Jane Austen used to write! Why couldn’t Alan be cool like people in the ‘70s? After breaking up with his girlfriend Sheila and unsatisfyingly teaching English in South Korea, he befriends an alien grad student, Coff, who lets him time-travel to swingin’ 1967 England to live out his retro-boogie fantasy. But now 70 years old in Edmonton, Canada, Alan ... more
  • Sharing Hunter

    by Julie Glover

    Some girlfriends share everything. Why not a boyfriend?

    Rachel and Chloe are the best of friends, sharing everything since childhood. When the senior class’s dream guy suddenly becomes a free man, it’s open season on Hunter Mills, and they both want to take their shot.

    Rachel and Chloe concoct a win-win plan—sharing a boyfriend. Getting Mr. Good Guy to agree is the first step, but once they overcome that hurdle, surely they can make it ... more

  • The Last Merry Go Round

    by C.L. Charlesworth

    Diane Fletcher is left dangling on a tightrope between sanity and insanity. Despite children she loves, and an opulent lifestyle, saying yes to twenty-eight years of marriage with Richard has brought very little happiness. Too many secrets permeate Diane and Richard's relationship. Guilt, alcohol, and sedatives are Diane's safety net when she falls. Regular visits to a psychiatrist have done little more than put Diane back on the tightrope. Richard has other coping mechanisms. He is d... more

  • Plantimals

    by Robert Stevenson
    A "darker Seuss" kind of picture book, which was made possible from a successful Kickstarter campaign. Plants & animals become one to explore the dark depths of Earth & imagination. Sometimes cute, sometimes gross (just like my experience raising my kids:) each page is a unique & curious journey filled with strange creatures & humorous poems.
  • Immediacy: Our Ways of Coping in Everyday Life

    by Fred Emil Katz
    From our birth to our last breath, we must cope with the immediate world around us. Our survival and happiness depend on it. This book shows how the coping works.
  • Bottomless Cups

    by Joel Bresler
    Teddy Greenwald and Ray Starck have known one another since the Truman Administration. What began as a mutual interest in sneak-reading comic books in class evolved into a friendship which has outlasted a great many Presidents and a whole lot more, besides. Teddy and Ray, along with two other boys, formed the core of a group of kids who did everything together. As teenagers, they discovered that restaurants gave free coffee refills even if you didn't order anything else, leading to a lifetime's... more

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