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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Marigold

    by Will Clarke
    Marigold is a down-on-her-luck massage therapist and former inmate who is determined to “vision board” her way to a better life. She talks to angels and has read The Elements of Abundance over thirty-five times. That is until one day when Krish McKinley, CEO of yoga wear giant Wolf&Bees,® steps into her massage chair and offers to change her life.
  • Adelyn's Adventure on the Beach

    by Charles Bruckerhoff
    In the third book of Adelyn's Adventures, a little girl travels in the summer with her grandparents to the Atlantic seacoast. They stay at a cottage in a secluded cove, with the sand and surf a short distance from their front porch. The little girl meets a host of marine creatures, some very small, some very large. She also meets birds and other land animals that live by the seacoast. She discovers the vastness of the oceans surrounding the earth's surface and the astonishing diversity of plant... more
  • Adelyn's Adventure in the Garden

    by Charles Bruckerhoff
    In the second book of Adelyn's Adventure Series, a little girl chooses to explore the garden her grandparents plant every year. She meets different creatures, each doing its duties for Mother Nature. The garden is where they start life, follow instinct to do their work, and die. Real life is hard. Creatures constantly search for food and build shelters. They must keep watch for enemies and defend their territory. The garden is also a symbol. This is the Garden of Earth, after the Garden of Eden.... more
  • Adelyn's Adventure in the Forest

    by Charles Bruckerhoff
    A little girl seeking an adventure one morning, discovers a footpath in the forest behind her grandparents’ house. Walking on the path she meets wild animals who live there. Each animal reveals basic facts and lessons about the natural world. At the end of the footpath, she realizes this adventure helped her know herself and appreciate important things in life.
  • Autumn Fever

    by Annie Rose
    When professional dancers a hit television show arrive in the village, bored nineteen-year-old cattery assistant, Marigold, feels drawn to the glimmering dance studio she can view from her hilltop home. Marigold was born without a left foot, but that has never slowed down her physical capability, nor her strong work ethic. Rather than join her friends in a new adventure at college, after high school she set to work supporting her widowed mother and infant sister. Her days are filled with chores... more
  • What I See In Me

    by Becky Snow
    What I See In Me is about the self awareness children develop when they realize they are different from others. Regardless of what that difference may be, it is often first realized when looking in the mirror and comparing to others. This book is about children realizing their differences when looking in the mirror, and accepting those differences as beautiful, special, and one of a kind. Enjoy the journey of helping a young person grasp the importance of loving what they see when they look at t... more
  • Prick of the Needle

    by Juliet Rose
    Former heroin addict and prison inmate, Wren Meyer, finds herself on the outside as a wildland firefighter, in one of Arizona’s most deadly fire seasons in years. Through a program designed to offer post-release inmates a chance at a new skill, Wren finds herself face to face with not only her past but a future she is unsure she belongs in. While she thrives off of the adrenaline firefighting gives her, using it to replace her desire to use heroin again, she struggles with finding her own purpos... more
  • Escape from Leila's

    by Mark Atlas
    In 2027 the Mars mission proceeds, oblivious to a strained economy and a restless society. After skipping University and with no work in Huxton, Texas, Kevin is crushed by his father's misplaced disappointment and inability to recognize the brilliance that hides behind his son's autism. After accepting an invitation to a meal, Kevin goes missing . When he is finally found, his friends and parents are shocked and powerless at his situation. Then when the media find him, Kevin is unwillingly dr... more
  • The Family Wolf

    by John Siclare
    The life experiences of a European immigrant, from adolescence to adulthood, from 1892 through 1978, and of his participation in a New York City real estate empire.
  • A Journey Spared

    by Alexandra Grace

    Jackson Vane's story begins in book 1 of The Journey Series, A Journey Spared. 

    Finding a new path can be difficult when the darkness threatens to swallow you.When Jackson Vane and his three best friends joined the U.S. Marines after high school, he had big dreams. Not only did the service take him far away from his father and the city he refused to call home, it also gave him endless opportunities to see the world. But he never dreamed that eight years wo... more

  • Queen of Secrets

    by E.J. Tanda
    In this family saga that spans several generations, two women—a Alzheimer’s-stricken former mafia queen and her caretaker—form a united and unshakeable bond against the common enemies of greed, heartbreak, and unimaginable danger. Set against the rolling San Jose, California landscape in the 1940s and present day, Queen of Secrets is a triumph of the female spirit over forces determined to divide and destroy.
  • Noah's Ark New Adventures

    by Erica Williamson
    Noah's Ark New Adventures is a series of stories that promote diversity and inclusion through friendship. Noah begins his voyage learning about himself. He seeks to understand a new experience from every human interaction to create and maintain greater humankind along the journey. There are 4 books in the first series. Each character has a unique identity, and they learn about themselves, each other, and how differences should be welcomed with love and respect. The series aims to offer socially ... more
  • Silence of the Seamaid

    by Ann Medlock

    A Story of Love, Fear, and Misogyny

    Dive into second-wave feminism, the civil rights movement, Vietnam, gurus, hippies, Mafiosi, the Pill, the Beatles, class distinctions, astrology, but most of all, the eternal mystery of what's going on between men and women.
    Ann Medlock's roman á clef follows Lee Palmer, a smart woman swimming solo against the powerful tides of the Mad Men era—a t... more

  • Amara Sets Sail

    by Suzanne Morreale
    Thailand. Egypt. Maybe Turkey? Amara longs to find a forever home on land after being a sea-faring kitty for so long. However, it's hard to find that perfect place to call home . . . especially when you're alone. Tour these exotic and fun places with Amara in this adventure-filled picture book from debut author, Suzanne Morreale.
  • The Blue Butterfly: A Novel of Marion Davies

    by Leslie Johansen Nack
    The true-life story of Marion Davies’ thirty-four-year relationship with William Randolph Hearst including a whirlwind courtship, a movie career spanning two decades and forty-four films, a secret child, and harrowing family excesses, not to mention a secret love affair with Charlie Chaplin. The Blue Butterfly is a behind-the-scenes look into the opulent private life of Marion Davies and how the movie Citizen Kane stole her legacy and turned everyone against her.
  • Rode

    by J. Adams
    It’s a bad night not to have wheels. Stranded in the rain, pacing the sidewalk, Jack gradually confronts the events that led him there and just how far off-track he’s gotten. A former firefighter now involved in more questionable pursuits, he views his present with trepidation and his past with regret. Memories of the men and women who once cared for him are the company he keeps, but with each passing reminiscence, Jack inevitably reaches the point in the story where the relationship went wrong.... more