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  • My Friend Amelia

    by D.M. Sorlie
    A search in the Pacific for Dr. Jane's childhood idol Amelia Earhart, an American aviation pioneer, uncovers a hidden murder from the past now haunting to be solved.
  • The Order

    by Alan Thompson
    Amidst unprecedented chaos on campus – vandalism, rape, even murder – the Chancellor aims to destroy the Order, a mysterious secret society founded at the College 200 years earlier. The Castle, a replica of a Norman fortress where the group conducts its rituals, is slated for demolition, and Harry Monmouth, a one-time member, is enlisted to defend the “knights” and their secrets. His efforts lead him into the past, to the beginning of the Order and events that cast light on the present-day tur... more
  • Two Battles for Gaia Atilia

    by Marie Antonia Parsons
    As rebellion against Rome's rule rises in the western region of ancient Sardinia, Gaia Atilia discovers that her life has been a deception., a lie that has a far-reaching impact. As Gaia attempts to learn the truth, her friends take opposing sides in the revolt.
  • The Invisibles

    by Rachel Dacus

    THE INVISIBLES is the story of two half-sisters who inherit a cottage on the Italian coast, along with its resident ghost, the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley. Longtime rivalry explodes into a fresh new struggle for dominance, but Italy’s magic and local love interests, as well as big house repairs, delay their departure -- until an accident changes everything for the sisters, their friends, and the family ghost.

  • The Outlaws of Maroon

    by John Curl
    My new novel, The Outlaws of Maroon, is about a group of kids rebelling in a New York City public school during the McCarthy era of the 1950s. It's about the world of children and the adult world in conflict, in an atmosphere of political repression and attacks on freedom of thought. Much of the story takes place in the Little Woods, a fenced-off abandoned lot not far from the school. It's a wild wooded area bordering the West Side highway in upper Manhattan, supposedly inaccessible and off l... more
  • The Dog on the Acropolis

    by Mark Tedesco
    A family living in Greece at the time of the construction of the Parthenon and another family, thousands of years later, eking out a living at the base of the Acropolis. The repercussions of the meeting of man and dog would unfold in unforeseen ways that would impact the lives around them. The narrative takes the reader to Greece?s Golden Age, in which one dog, Daria, would scamper up the hill to keep up with Adelino, a stone cutter working on the new temple, and his son Tiro. The lives of Pheid... more
  • Ellie Marches On

    by Audra Notgrass
    Ellie is a normal little kid. She goes to school, plays games, and has a very best friend. Ellie’s friend is Nafia, a new immigrant who is bullied at school because she is different. Ellie learns the importance of friendship and activism when she and her new best friend participate in a march that highlights inclusion, diversity, and love.
  • Ms. Ming's Guide to Civilization

    by Jan Alexander
    Protagonist Ming, born in a bleak outpost of Sichuan province, finds an unexpected glimpse of the world beyond when she meets a talking monkey, the immortal Monkey King, with whom Ming’s destiny is intertwined, Ming makes her way to New York, determined to become a successful writer; however, to make ends meet, she works for a crime ring until she must escape and returns to China, taking along her American friend, Zoe. Together, they travel to the village of Ming’s birth whe... more
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    by baba sambhu
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  • Ricardo's Extraordinary Journey: A Boy's Mystical Quest for Fame, Fortune and Adventure

    by Rich Bergman
    Join teen adventurer Ricardo Columbo as he leaves his native Spain and embarks on a life-changing quest through fourteenth century Europe, Africa, and Asia. Throughout his journey, he makes lifelong friends, encounters leaders and has a hand in influencing the future course of history. Traveling to Timbuktu, Jerusalem, Septagram, Dadu and other locales along the Silk Road, this natural born healer with a courageous spirit and a big heart finds creative ways to overcome many challenges and obstac... more
  • Destroyer

    by Amo Sulaiman
    Mr, Cougar knows the time of his death. The Timeman can trap and enslave his soul. However, souls are community entities not a metaphysical item the Timeman should control. Due to knowing the time of his imminent demise, Mr. Cougar wants to give his loving family and dearest friends a farewell to remember. Without fear he also tells his precious daughter, who is thrown into a state of bewilderment, caught between love and community reprisal. Since death cannot be commanded, the unknown fore ... more
  • The House on 4th Street

    by Connie Wesala
    Karen Johnston returns to her home state of Oklahoma to sell her adoptive parents' first house. In the attic she locates a battered old trunk full of history - diaries, documents, photos, items. She spends her summer off from teaching exploring the trunk and ignoring the fact that her marriage is falling apart. When Karen finds her own mother's diaries, she realizes it's time to locate her biological father. The search takes her and her husband back to Oklahoma and Kansas, and during the emotion... more
  • The Fox and the Crow: Art and Stories Inspired by Aesop

    by Sean Buvala
    Inside: Delusional Donkey Mischievous Mouse Flattering Fox Cavorting Camel Furious Frog Haughty Hare ...and a bunch more. These aren't stories for little children. Open up your big-kid mind and explore some stories you might not have heard before. Fables are reimagined by professional storyteller Sean Buvala. Each is hand illustrated with watercolor and layered-paper collage.
  • The Light in the Sound

    by V. G. Anderson
    The Light in the Sound is the character-driven and often comical story of a spirited young woman, Rachel Richardson, who works in an adult toy store in Seattle. Her estranged family lives a thousand miles away, and she has a bunch of wretched friends. She really just wants to be loved, but this isn’t a love story. It’s about combating isolation. Rachel is tired of walking through life half asleep—literally and figuratively because she also suffers from night terrors. Counting on others becomes i... more
  • Anne and Louis: Rulers and Lovers

    by Rozsa Gaston

    Anne, Duchess of Brittany, is sovereign ruler of Europe's richest independent duchy. Her husband is Louis XII, King of France. Anne is as determined to maintain Brittany's independence from France as Louis is to see it one day become part of his kingdom.

    As lovers, Anne and Louis are in accord. As rulers, their aims differ. Who will prevail?

    Anne and Louis: Rulers and Lovers is Book Three of the Anne of Brittany Series.

  • Soul Train

    by David L. Smith
    Thomas Jefferson Chinua, a retired African American railroad worker, is nearing the completion of his memoir. It recounts his advancement up the line from waiter, conductor to station master, focusing on meaningful conversations with passengers, tragic experiences on and off the train, and the challenges of raising a family through the decades of social turmoil for black people. \tRooted in Jesuit Catholicism, a lifetime of soulful inquiry into diverse philosophies and religious beliefs leads h... more