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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Iron Medicine

    by Richard Brady
  • Unlikely Return

    by Nina Atwood
    Ben, Stuart, and Paul are passengers on a three-day fishing trip. After their boat is sunk by a rogue wave, they wind up on a deserted island, where they fight to stay alive while hoping for rescue. They later discover that they share a common history—past relationships they wrecked, and seriously messed up decision-making when it comes to love. Ben never expected to find the road back to his ex-wife, but the struggle to survive on the island gives him the courage to try to heal the damage he... more
  • The Not So Bad Piranha: (Preschool, ages 6-8, early reader, bullying, emotions)

    by Carole St-Laurent
    Will a brave, sweet goldfish become a nasty piranha’s dinner? In a very unique pet-shop, all the animals are cheerful and happy, except for that gloomy piranha who’s only pleasure in life is to terrorize his neighbouring goldfish. An important lesson of kindness, thoughtlessness, and positivism. Theme; bullying, kindness, change. Ages 3 to 5
  • Runaway Blues

    by Pete Fanning
    Twelve-year old Caleb Wallace has spent his summer at Autumn Springs, coaxing his papa out of his room when he’s grumpy, attempting to gain the affections of a certain nurse, and pulling himself together when his grandpa looks right into him with nothing but a dull stare. Seems the only thing that puts a light in Papa Clem’s eyes is a family heirloom—an old folktale involving Robert Johnson’s harmonica down in Arkansas. Caleb is happy to listen; two things Papa Clem can still do well are tell... more
  • Malcolm's Stand

    by E.L. Brown
    My name is Malcolm. I am 17 years old. I am a high school senior. I am dead. The news says I was shot, unarmed, because the police officer thought I was a robbery suspect. There are no witnesses or cameras. It is my word against his; and my voice is silent. My mom cries every day. My girlfriend, Tianna, doesn’t want to sing anymore. My community wants to riot. I want my life back. I may be dead, but I can still see and hear. I can also make people sense my presence. Ghosts have ... more
  • Hope City

    by Neil Perry Gordon
    Hope City is the adventure story of Samuel Rothman and his best friend, Liam Kampen, two teenage boys from San Francisco who, in the summer of 1898, venture into the goldfields of the Alaskan wilderness.
  • Identity

    by Alexandra Bayer
    Naya hasn't had the best first year of university - her boyfriend broke up with her, leaving her friendless and pining after him. That is, until she meets Brynn one day at the gym. Brynn is cool and beautiful, and new to the city. Naya is her first friend here. But when Brynn actually turns out to be the famous actress Aviva Jersey in disguise, Naya must decide how much of their friendship is real and how much was just an act. And the longer Naya spends around Aviva, the more of the spotlight sh... more
  • The Giant: A Novel of Michelangelo's David

    by Laura Morelli

    As a colossal statue takes shape in Renaissance Florence, the lives of a master sculptor and a struggling painter become stunningly intertwined.

    Florence, 1500. Fresco painter Jacopo Torni longs to make his mark in the world. But while his peers enjoy prestigious commissions, his meager painting jobs are all earmarked to pay down gambling debts.

    When Jacopo hears of a competition to create Florence's greatest sculpture, he pins all his hopes ... more

  • Goodbye, Hello; It's Never Too Late to Start Again

    by Allyson R. Abbott
    When Linda’s best friend pointed out to her how she’d changed over the years she realized with horror how much her now deceased husband, Martin, had influenced and controlled her choices in life. She had been a possession rather than a person. Her wardrobe and hair style were not how she preferred and somehow had allowed him to change her into a ‘mini me’ version of his interfering mother. The woman who was still being the overpowering and controlling in law. After Linda’s wakeup call, she ha... more
  • Alone.

    by Michael Califra
    It has been forty-four hollow days since Henry died. The phone has stopped ringing; people no longer make spontaneous visits. Having paid their respects, friends and neighbors have moved on from their concern and back to daily routines, removed from her grief and mourning. Inside the house she and Henry had shared, Paige sat in solitude. Alone. Twenty-four hours in which she struggles to come to terms with the death of her partner of forty years, and the choices she made in life. Whiplashing bet... more
  • TIN CAN

    by Allen Leonard Meece

    Meece’s novel follows a sonar technician on the destroyer USS Abel in the South China Sea during the Vietnam War. Crew members become disgusted with their part in the immoral war and do a take-away. They take the ship from the officers and race the whole US Navy to China, seeking escape from the bondage of military coercion.

  • The Last Fairy Door: Fairies of Titania Book 1

    by N. A. Davenport
    When ten-year-old Amy discovers an injured fairy in her grandmother's barn, she learns that magic is real, and she’s determined to find a cure to save her father’s life. But venturing through the door to Titania, it’s soon clear that all is not well in the land of fairies, and her quest is not nearly as simple as she thought. Caught in the conflict between the fairy queen and her struggling subjects, Amy must decide between dooming all fairies forever or destroying her last hope of saving he... more
  • The World of Letters: A Tale of Jealousy

    by C.C. Strachan

    The virtual world of AbbaLand is the home of all English letters and English words. It is watched over by the all-powerful creator, Abba, although many letters don’t believe He exists. They think He is just a fairy tale.

    Because he thinks that no one sees his actions, A comes up with a bad plan that has the potential to throw the entire land into chaos. A is jealous of I. A wants to be the most popular letter, but the invention of words like iPod and iPad have made I one of the mo... more

  • Ring On Deli

    by Eric Giroux

    A novel about supermarkets and democracy.

    Brothers Ray and Patrick Markham live in Pennacook, Massachusetts, a despairing former mill town plagued by feral boars. It’s the type of place where streets are named for scoundrel governors and lesser Monopoly properties, where even Dr. Chong, the high-school principal, can’t bear to mingle with the locals in her free time.

    Ray serves as Patrick’s legal guardian. He spends his days on the Bounty Bag deli line, making a ... more

  • Chased

    by M. Liz Boyle
    Marlee and her sisters are glad to be hiking again with the Miles boys. Their group of five is strong and cohesive as they explore the rugged mountains of Montana. When they first meet Thad, a dehydrated hiker on the trail, they offer first aid to help him recover. Thad seems harmless until he tells them to hike a few extra miles at sunset. When Lydie finds a hand-drawn map that Thad dropped, the group realizes that he is a modern day treasure hunter – and he decides that they're after his trea... more
  • Her World: A Compilation of Women's Works from Around The World

    by Her Place, Any Region
    Her World, Creative Collections, is an eclectic and heartfelt compilation by women around the world! Brought to you by Her Place, Any Region, engage in poetry, prose, book excerpts, personal life experiences, photography and art showcasing the female mind, her heart and her experiences. A treasure chest box of life, there is something for everyone.

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