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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Trust and Believe

    by Richard C. Loban
    Charlene Riley is a typical hard working single mom, who's striving for a better life for her and her young son Robert. But it seems like every time she takes one step forward, she falls two steps behind. She's constantly navigating in and out of difficult situations, problems, and relationships, and she drags Robert along with her for the ride. Even though she tries her best to keep him protected, the ill effects of her behavior start to rub off on him, and soon trouble comes knocking at their ... more
  • The Rain Man Murders

    by Nancy E. Brown
    Solving crimes in the 1970’s wasn’t an easy task, but Detective Mark Wilder was the heartbeat of the Dallas PD, and murder was his specialty. When a body washes up on the banks of the Trinity River during a torrential rainstorm, all evidence gets washed away. Likewise, when other dead bodies are discovered at two other lakes in Dallas, rain curses the crime scenes. So, what does a clergyman, a drug dealer, a beautiful woman, and the rain have in common? Could it be the Rain Man? Maybe, maybe n... more
  • Ten Thousand Tongues: secrets of a layered kitchen

    by Nandita Godbole

    Featured on BBC-Future, Forbes, NBC-News and NBC Asian America, this biographical fiction is based on the authors' family stories of strong matriarchs who inspired "Ten Thousand Tongues."

    These are stories of perseverance, and of a deep-rooted appreciation of family legacies that inspire and shape reverence to one’s culinary heritage.

    This biographical fiction is about eight women who find refuge, solace, and strength in their constantly evolving relationship t... more

  • Unfamous Men

    by Jeff Gomez
    A retelling of John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men, Unfamous Men transports the story of Depression-era friendship to the world of Mexican fruit pickers in post-war Southern California.
  • Boll Weevil

    by James Radford
    Boll Weevil is a lyrical portrait of a changing American South. A brash young lawyer returns to his rural South Georgia hometown seeking to gain political foothold by challenging the long-standing County Commissioner for his seat. The young politician soon realizes how little he understands the place and people he seeks to represent. To win, he must first confront his own misapprehensions about a society from which he has long been separated. Second, he must overcome the brutal, desperate means ... more
  • I'm So Glad You're Here

    by Suzanne Rolph-McFalls

    A beautiful bedtime story that can be given as a greeting card! Customizable and sweet, this charming little read is illustrated by the author's grandchildren in darling, relatable drawings.

    Reviewer Sheree Coulter writes: 

    "You can NEVER say I love enough; especially to your children! I adore this book!!! This has become a nightly bedtime story in our home! You can NEVER say I love enough; especially to your children! Everyone should have this amazingly heartwa... more

  • The Edge of America

    by Jon Sealy
    Bobby West is on the edge. As chief financial officer for a Miami holding company and a CIA front, he has overleveraged his business in the go-go 1980s financial culture. He turns to a deal-with-the-devil money laundering operation with a local gangster, Alexander French—a deal which quickly goes south when $3 million goes missing. Now Mr. French, a group of Cuban exiles, and an Israeli smuggler named Adriana Chekhov are all after Bobby West to pay up. With echoes of Iran-Contra and the Orwellia... more
  • Clifford's Spiral

    by Gerald Everett Jones
    Clifford’s Spiral is a quirkily comic literary novel. Its sardonic tone recalls the wry wisdom of Kurt Vonnegut, and its preoccupation with male centeredness is reminiscent of Philip Roth. Stroke victim Clifford Klovis tries to piece together the colorful fragments of his memories. He fusses over his lifelong curiosities about astrophysics and metaphysics, Christian faith and New Age philosophy, and why the spiral shape appears in bathtub drains and at the centers of galaxies. He has imaginary c... more
  • Mr Batwala's Farm

    by David Ssembajjo
    Mr Batwala is a freed slave who returns to Africa and sets up a coffee farm. The workers are only interested in higher wages. When it dawns on them that they are to receive lower wages they decide to leave the farm in droves. Mr Batwala is left to look after the farm and he has no helpers but the task is daunting and unbearable. The farm is the only place that can provide work and without the farm we witness the village collapse and unable to cope or exist. Mr Batwala opted and chose to become a... more
  • The Bird Whisperer

    by Rod Raglin
    Meet Mattie Saunders, an independent, determined, outspoken young woman with a social conscience and a bad attitude. Mattie loves birds and has devoted her short life to the rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing of exotic ones people buy as pets and then abandon. The end of the relationship with rock star partner, Bodine, has left Mattie feeling unsettled and the death of a close friend has heightened her vulnerability. She hopes her fieldwork studying hummingbirds in The Rockies will allow he... more
  • Pioneer Passage

    by J F COLLEN
    Pack up and leave her home? Never see the broad Hudson River, which flows both ways past her sitting room window, again? Eschew the glories of New York City and the wonders of the 1850s modern technology, and head out to unknown territory in the Wild West? Heeding the call to “Go West Young Man,” Cornelia Rose’s husband accepts a position as Circuit Judge in the new Utah Territory, and persuades her that it’s an exciting opportunity for them all. She thinks leaving the modern comforts of thei... more
  • Inside

    by Charles L. Ross
    The editor-in-chief of INSIDE magazine summons its art director to her home in the middle of the night. When he arrives, he finds her dead, and the police say she was poisoned. Magazine staff, interior designers, photographers, and ex-lovers are all suspects.
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  • Código 7: Descifrando el código para una vida épica (La edición en español y inglés): Code 7: Cracking the Code for an Epi

    by Candy Wrapper Inc.
    Life at Flint Hill Elementary School may seem normal, but seven friends soon find themselves on a path to crack the code for an epic life. Whether they’re chasing their dreams on stage, searching for an elusive monster fish, or running a makeshift business out of a tree house, can these heroes find a way to work together to change their community? La vida en la escuela primaria Flint Hill puede parecer normal, pero siete amigos se encuentran en una travesía para descifrar el código para una v... more
  • Flirtation on the Hudson

    by J F COLLEN
    The Journey of Cornelia Rose Series By J.F. Collen BOOK 1: Flirtation on the Hudson Shivers of delight raced through Cornelia Rose’s entire body as she thought, "Stroll Flirtation Walk with my escort, unchaperoned? How could this be permitted, much less condoned?" Cornelia Rose decides early in life, almost instinctively, not to allow anyone to limit her to the few choices available to women in New York in the 1850s. "Marry well and become a proper lady—is that all I can do?" She surrepti... more
  • Defender of the Texas Frontier: A Historical Novel

    by David R. Gross

    It was 1837 when John Coffey (Jack) Hays, only nineteen years old, arrived in Texas. He was too late to join the fight for Texas Independence but joined the ranging company of Deaf Smith and started his long history of defending Texans from raids by Comanche bands and Mexican bandits. By the time, he was twenty-three he was a captain of the Texas Rangers, known throughout Texas as a fearless fighter and a leader whose men would follow him anywhere, under any circumstances. Amongst his lieuten... more

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