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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Universal Precautions. B08BDYHTYZ

    by Stephen W Webb
    Robert is an Operating Department Practitioner working in the NHS. He has returned to Hampton Hill hospital after fourteen years and things have changed. The new theatre manager promotes herself as forward thinking, but she hides a dark secret. The staff have to deal with the cost savings imposed by the government and new and dangerous pathogens which bring about a complete change in clinical practice. The loves and lives of the staff play out as patients live and die. More than just surgery ... more
  • Investigation Boom

    by Delonte' Harris
    Eleven year old Dante' Boomer dreams of becoming the best private investigator in Poppy Springs. When the raffle box goes missing, he figures this is the perfect opportunity to use all the tricks of his idol Fireye Private Eye. He quickly learns that solving crimes is not as easy as it seems.
  • The Jewish Nazi by John Vocale

    by Artisan Book Reviews & Promotion
    Born 1980––Died 1940? Benjamin Bauman, a contemporary Jewish Orthopedic Surgeon, is blinded by a flash of light while driving his car. When the light subsides, he gathers himself and discovers he is now driving another car in another time period. He panics and crashes the vehicle into a light pole. After quickly diagnosing his injuries and reestablishing his unbelievable plight, Ben blacks out.When he awakens he finds himself in a Berlin hospital in Nazi Germany. It is Christmas Day, 19... more
  • Caledonia

    by Sherry V. Ostroff
    Caledonia is an inter-generational tale told by two strong women living three hundred years apart. Mysterious circumstances, unexplained artifacts, and ancient breadcrumbs connect the two main characters while they experience romance, adventure, and tragedy. Caledonia is based on a true 17th century event when the Kingdom of Scotland hoped to create a New World trading colony, Caledonia. Its failure will change the course of history. The sequel, On the Edge of a Precipice, continues and complete... more
  • The DNA of Gravity

    by Dean Walker
    Johannas Kepler studied the orbits of our planet for years. He developed the constant for the number of days per year, for each planet. The constant is .168 and it is necessary to take the square root of it, and it is .41. However, 9.864 hours (Gravity time) divided by 24 hours (Our time) is .41. Everything about gravity has to involve the velocity of the gravity fields at the sphere's surfaces.
  • Bag Lady: A Short Story

    by Liela Fuller
    Everyone has a reason they are where they are. Everyone has a story and this is the story of Bag Lady, a successful woman eager to enter into the next dimension of life holding onto the baggage she picked up along the way. The question is how will she ever make it to the next dimension carrying the weight of so much and so many? Bag Lady is a short story written by author and journal creator Liela Marie Fuller.
  • On the Steps of St. Dymphna

    by Tony G. Rocco
    On the Steps of St. Dymphna tells a story of transformation. John, a normal cubicle slave with a bland and ordinary life, is transformed by an enlightenment experience. Or, did he just go crazy? He’s not really sure, but either way, he becomes a dramatically different person. From bored support representative at GMC Megatronics, he transforms himself into Pastor John, a flamboyant free spirit spouting spiritual nostrums and intent on not only radically transforming his own life, but bringing ... more
  • Caravaggio: A Light Before the Darkness

    by Ken Mora
    The turn of the 17th Century is a time when The Catholic Church struggles to maintain its power against The Reformation. The artist Caravaggio arrives armed with secret painting techniques of the Renaissance, a revolutionary and compassionate vision, and a volatile penchant for defeating opponents at the point of his sword.
  • Katz Against Pavlov: A Novel About Walking

    by Stefanie August
    Katz Against Pavlov: A Novel About Walking Katz Wakes Up (Part 1) SYNOPSIS Charles Darwin Katz is poised to become a partner of the New York City investment firm Lincoln Lester Wealth Management upon marriage to the daughter and sole heiress, Charlotte Denise Lester. By all appearances Charles has a dream life; residing in a pent-house apartment in South Street Seaport, copious millions of his own in the bank, the respect of the minions of Wall Street, and a beautiful, talented, if aggressi... more
  • Rebel

    by T.L. Davis
    Lane Daniels stands on the cusp of dramatic change; the country surrounding the small ranch is being consumed by housing developments. He is harassed at school for being a hick, because he loves the ranch work he does. When he turns sixteen, he embarks on a Kerouacian journey into adulthood.
  • Blockbuster

    by Richard H. Smith
    It is the summer of 1975, and movie theater manager Nate Burton must handle the swirl of events connected with the arrival of Jaws. He has taken the theater job because financial disadvantages have prevented him from attending college, and he envies the privileged high school kids employed at the theater. He falls for one of his college-bound employees, Carrie Jenkins, but must contend with her impressive boyfriend, Owen Becker. Along with custodian, Spence Reeves, an aging former Buffalo Soldie... more
  • Media Queen

    by Michelle Prak

    Jordyn Fairweather has worked hard to reach the top of the magazine world, but now she’s in trouble.

    Younger stars are scrambling to steal her crown, and media companies are collapsing around her in the face of a new threat - the internet.

    She’s come a long way from small town Beddo, where she obsessed over teen glossies until pushing her way into an internship with Sixteen magazine. But if Jordyn’s empire is going to survive, she needs to move fast and keep rein... more

  • Sneasy the Greasy Babysits Abigail

    by Michelle Birdsong
    Kind and gentle Abigail Gold needs a babysitter. In walks Sneasy the Greasy. He wheezes, he sneezes and his hair is full of greases! But during an afternoon with Abigail, Sneasy learns the meaning of true friendship, honesty, and a life free of grease.
  • Sirma

    by Reni Stankova
    Sirma is 17 when she loses her two best friends to Amza Bey's mountain outlaws. The village elders do nothing, so Sirma dresses up like a man and takes the lead of her own mountain gang dedicated to protecting the villages. This is the story of a real historical figure who took part in the Haiduk movement during the reign of the Ottoman Empire.
  • Becca Goes Batty

    by Larissa Symbouras
    Join Becca, who loves all animals (except bats), her parents, and her best friend as they make their way through the zoo one sunny afternoon, learning interesting and unusual facts about the animals they see along the way. When her family reaches the last exhibit, Becca learns the most interesting thing of all - the value of facing her fear.
  • Kindled Embers (The Dryad's Cede 1)

    by K. C. Simos
    When the Royal Pearl is stolen from the Palace, Eliza's foster father becomes the main suspect. The police assume the verse left behind is the thief's calling card, but Eliza believes it may be a riddle. The two embark on an adventure to clear his name, where Eliza proves to him just how resourceful a twelve-year-old-girl can be.