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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Why Is This Happening to Me?: A Guide for Learning Emotional Intelligence

    by Kathleen Kelly
    Are you fearful or surrounded by people who are fearful of so many things--terrorists, bullies, losing your job, and more? Are you tired of letting your emotions dictate how you behave, sometimes hurting other people? Are you tired of being angry because certain people are trying to hurt you? The key to ridding ourselves of destructive emotions and maintaining positive emotions, in spite of our surroundings, is emotional intelligence. Why Is This Happening to Me? will teach you: •\taspects of ou... more
  • Bittersweet Tapestry: A Novel of Eighteenth Century

    by Kevin O'Connell
    A dramatic decade has passed since sixteen-year-old Eileen O’Connell first departed her family’s sanctuary at remote Derrynane on the Kerry coast to become the wife of one of the wealthiest men in Ireland and the mistress of John O’Connor’s Ballyhar – only to have her elderly husband die within months of the marriage. Unhappily returned to Derrynane, within a year, under the auspices of their uncle, a general in the armies of Maria Theresa, Eileen and her sister, Abigail departed for Vienna and... more
  • Few Regrets (A Coach Bob Story Book 3)

    by Rick McGee
    Amy and Bob recently turned sixty. It's time to turn the page and move forward to the next chapter of their lives, or as Bob calls it, Act Three. Amy secretly puts the house on the market and begins packing for a move to the mountains. Her plans are disrupted when Willy, Athletic Director at the University, asks Bob to shake off his rust to coach one last game - the Rose Bowl. It's been ten years since Bob walked the sidelines. He ignores warnings from Doc and reclaims the head coach role he exc... more
  • The Thousand Pound Christmas

    by Victoria Burgess
    After her small town is mocked online, a rookie mayor accepts a challenge to help her community lose one thousand pounds by Christmas Day.
  • Noblest Love

    by Alastair Flythe
    Two English noblemen of vastly different means -- one a duke, the other an earl -- struggle ineptly with the changes occurring all around them. Their resistance serves only to make their circumstances even more challenging, and they gradually become victims of their own creation. Wives, lovers, and children are also drawn into a maelstrom of folly that leaves no one unscathed. The situation grows increasingly bizarre when a bumbling American high school teacher from Iowa travels to England and ... more
  • King of the Vultures

    by Alastair Flythe
    A young man from a small village in Cameroon takes America by storm. Winston Churchill Mbongo has spent years dreaming of playing basketball for Coach Tex Brawner and the Hickston College Vultures. When the opportunity finally arrives, he doesn't disappoint. A player who stands 7'8" and handles the ball like a point guard is, of course, a phenomenon of the first order. In addition to examining Mbongo's talents and character in fine detail, the story uncovers a web of deceit, greed, and lust on t... more
  • Mephisto Waltz

    by Ollivier Pourriol

    We are in an airplane carrying a young pianist to Warsaw; he is on his way to participate in the famous Chopin Competition. Though he flies economy class, the musician discovers that the man sitting next to him, to whom he has described Poland as a country of anti-Semites and alcoholics, is the Prime Minister himself, traveling incognito. Indeed, upon arrival, a small crowd surrounds the plane shouting “Jew!” Not that the Prime Minister is one, but the protesters cannot come up wi... more

  • Little Bit & Big Byte: A Day at the Beach

    by Craig Feigh
    Little Bit & Big Byte, A Day at the Beach is the first Children's Picture Book with Technology-related Characters. In this Computer Age, kids love playing with the phone and computers. Travel through Cyberville with Little Bit, Big Byte, and their friends on fun adventures. Each page has a hidden object to find.
  • Doin' Hair, A novel

    by Pauline Binder
    The story of two Jamaican women who are proprietors of Neva and Charlene's House of Beauty in the Bronx. It also tells the story of their male manicurist, Duquan. It is the story of love, friendship, betrayal, happiness, as they pursue their American Dream.
  • One of Seventeen

    by Catherine Nagle

    One of Seventeen, which tells the story of a young girl who is adopted as one of seventeen children in a blended family by a childless young couple. The girl, Caitlin, is timid and naïve and takes her time about growing up, but in her loving family, she finds her way through kindness and patience. Although challenged by repeated heartbreak and responsibility, she grows up to be a compassionate adult, a loving mother and finds that her dreams really can come true. The novel fits in the ca... more

  • Powder And Time

    by Richard Edward Benoit
    After his accident with Mrs. Simonson's powder, Jim struggles to understand the abilities he's secretly gained. Then a terrible event hurtles him into a distant place. requiring others to rush to his aid. But saving Jim isn't easy, not when he's been promised he could rule the world if he'd simply embrace a sinister plan- an offer too difficult to turn down.
  • Tying the Leaves

    by June Toher
    A timid Virginia boy, horrified by what he see when he time travels seventy years into the future, returns to the present and leads a global kids’ crusade to save Earth from the same, toxic, fossil-fuel gases threatening the life of his little sister. This is also a story about the power of sibling love and the discovery of a power much greater than that.
  • The Mistress Chronicles

    by Gina Marie Martini
    “The Mistress Chronicles” is a coming of age story about Angie Russo’s determination and her lust for love and adventure in life that lead to her becoming a mistress. Readers will witness Angie's journey through self-discovery and personal growth, making difficult decisions that often go against her powerful family and her lover to reach a state of contentment.
  • Why Ball Wouldn't Bounce

    by Ron Roecker
    "Why Ball Wouldn't Bounce" is the story of Ball who desperately wants to bounce like all the popular balls. He tries everything to fit in but nothing stops the others from laughing. Deflated, he rolls away to hide his bounce and his tears. But suddenly Ball meets the unlikeliest of new best friends who gives him a birds-eye view of what it really means to be different. Ball is about to make an astonishing revelation that will change his life forever. Find out Why Ball Wouldn't Bounce and whether... more
  • A Child's Breath: Kopp Chronicles

    by Gregory Kopp
    Enjoy the fourth volume in the celebrated Kopp Chronicles saga. Based on a true story, a determined immigrant woman overcomes personal tragedy, and the temptations of a soldier’s love amid the opulence of New York City High Society to triumph and begin life anew in rural America in the years before the Civil War.
  • The Journey to Delphos: Kopp Chronicles

    by Gregory Kopp
    The Tuileries Palace in Paris and the Antebellum Plantations of New Orleans are the backdrop for a young soldier’s journey to save an immigrant family and the destiny of a young nation as the Kopp Chronicles sweeping saga of “An Immigrant American” and “A Trace of Royalty” continue.

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