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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • No More Blood

    by B. J. Thompson

    It's August 25, 1984, 8 o'clock in the morning Bel-Air, Los Angeles, and Truman Capote, the celebrated author of the infamous work, "In Cold Blood", has only three hours and forty-five minutes left to live.

    Near Garden City, Kansas, a young girl walks a lonely stretch of dirt road, waiting in her walking, to meet up with "Him".

    Time is limited for both, the clock is counting down, but there are issues yet to be resolved, facts yet to faced, guilt to ass... more

  • A MIGHTY TREE An Illustrated Epic

    by Christopher Vandeleur

    An old growth tree's heartwood is hewn into an acoustic guitar that begins a fantastic journey passing through musicians from stardom to pawn shop and finally into the hands of the one beauty that will complete a full circle reunion in the end. Illustrated using fine line pencil only. Enjoy turning the pages of this short story folktale style book from CJ Vandeleur.

  • The Woods

    by Seamus O'Connor
    Something—some sort of urgency—has taken hold of the four O'Neill girls following the death of their youngest sister. These young, educated women from an upper-middle-class background are making choices that send their lives off in radically unconventional directions. The novel follows the girls' careers and loves from the anything-goes artist's life of Paris in the 1920's to a Bolshevik revolt in a convent; from scandalous liaisons to hostile encounters with British troops. The story is set in ... more
  • Hullabaloo on Main Street: A Satirical Look at America's Bubble Battles

    by Lela Markham
    Libertarian Connor takes readers along on a wry tour of the American political "bubble battles" on the day after the November 2016 election. Infiltrating both the blue and the red zones of Anywhere, USA, he casts light on why we can't talk about the issues dividing us and offers hope that we might be able to step outside of our self-defined bubbles ... if we're willing. Political satire with a libertarian, nonpartisan twist.
  • The Baljuna Covenant

    by TIm Pelkey
    Part historic fiction, part archaeological mystery, and part political thriller, The Baljuna Covenant tells the story of an archaeologist's search for Genghis Khan's tomb.
  • 10 Gulab Jamuns: Counting with an Indian Sweet Treat

    by Sandhya Acharya
    10 Gulab Jamuns - Counting with an Indian Sweet Treat. Join two adorable brothers in a fun-filled adventure and discover a tasty sweet from India! Idu (Ee-doo) and Adu (Aa-doo) are very excited. Guests are coming over for dinner and their Mamma has already cooked a lot. Next, she is cooking Gulab Jamuns, but Idu and Adu don’t know what Gulab Jamuns are. Before long, they discover just how good these wonderful golden, sugary syrup-soaked balls are and how quickly they melt in their mouths. ... more
  • Skrotpræmie

    by Skrotbil
    Bedste Skrotbil Service Højt service Fair pris udregning Høj skrotpræmie Vi tager os af skrotningen og afmeldingen af nr pladerne gratis Vi er klar til at give et godt tilbud på din brugte bil Din brugte bil er måske mere værd end du har fået oplyst andet sted, ring eller mail til os for at vurder… Danmarks Højeste Skrotpræmie På Alle Slags Biler Du får det så nemt som muligt og vi vil forsøge at give dig en god skrotpræmie kombineret med den gode service. –Brug formularen ovenfor.... more
  • From The Heartland

    by J W Sloter
    Though classed as historical fiction, for all practical purposes the book is a memoir. All key parts of the story are based on facts. Walt, one of the last of his generation, tells his story. Born in 1923, as a young Marine he fought in the Battle of Okinawa in 1945. After the war he finishes his education and has a career as a corporate attorney. The challenges he faces are similar to those faced by many young veterans today. The truth of the saying, 'the more things change the more they... more
  • The Fire Escape Belongs in Brooklyn

    by Chuck Cascio
    The year is 1968. The world is crumbling around Mike Burns, a disillusioned Brooklyn youth in his second year of college. His cousin and constant childhood companion, Sally-Boy, disappeared two years ago. They called themselves twins because they were born on the same day. Now Mike is haunted by Sally-Boy's absence. Adding to Mike’s problems, his father angrily nags him to cut his hair; a professor fills his head with troubling ideals; a friend’s draft dodge incriminates Mike; and Mike’s love i... more
  • Edge of Sanity

    by Cindy Horrell Ramsey
    The 1960s was a time of chaos and uncertainty in a world that sometimes seemed to be spinning out of control—especially for Emily Gillespie, who grew up in the small southern town of Burgaw, North Carolina, where children played in the streets and no one ever locked their doors. But Emily’s marriage is not the fairytale that friends and family see—her husband is jealous and abusive. She had spent time in a mental institution years earlier following a devastating miscarriage, and now as anonymous... more
  • Party Girl Nurse's Journey

    by Victoria Godwin
    She was born with a silver spoon in her mouth, with a perfect family and childhood. Then gradually she found herself in a foreign world learning a foreign language--the drug world. Her whole life changed, and so did the lives of those around her whom she loved.
  • Scripted in Heaven

    by Lourdes Baron
    Scripted in Heaven follows the journey of Dr. Robinson V. Baron and his physical and metaphysical healing. As a stubborn surgeon, he ignores a cryptic warning from an old lady about a supposedly imminent complication with his health. The struggles that follow take him to a journey of spiritual renewal, which leads him to rediscover his true faith and his true love. He seeks for the divine guidance of Padre Pio da Pietrelcina while trials and tribulations test him and his family. His devotion g... more
  • Cactus Jumpers

    by Andrew Burch
    The town of Emerald, California is a quiet, mostly peaceful place. The struggle for power between Moss Williams, the head of the Rancher's Association, and Skip Traeger, the local business tycoon who owns half the town goes mostly unnoticed by the townsfolk until a body turns up in the water hole. Now, Marshal Mason Boydette has to get to the bottom of the biggest mystery Emerald has ever seen. But the Marshal isn't alone. Along the way, he'll try to get help from his trusty deputy, an unorthodo... more
  • HughTube: The story of one middle school kid’s desperate attempt to get a clue

    by Richard Clark
    I’m blogging for my life… 14-year-old Hugh Hollenbeck doesn’t get it. What doesn’t he get? Just about everything. That’s why he walks around with a little camera attached to his glasses that records his entire life. Then he watches it all later to try to figure out the things he didn’t get before – which, as you’ll recall, is just about everything – and he makes a weekly video blog for all to see. Unfortunately, Hugh’s cluelessness leads him to run for Student Council President. Even his l... more
  • A Duck Named Goose

    by Katherine Bartlett
    A Pekin duck longs to fly like all the other birds. After numerous attempts, she finally realizes she can with the help of a special someone.
  • Mr. Pete, Where Are Your Feet?

    by Katherine Bartlett
    Mr. Pete, a beautiful blue parakeet always hears his mom asking him where his feet are. After a while, he starts to wonder himself and goes out looking for them.

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