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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Blake and the Turtles

    by C. Fulsty
    Blake and the Turtles is about a snake named Blake who is very kind. He meets some turtles who don't want to be friends with him, but that is all Blake wants. The turtles don't like Blake because he is a snake and snakes are all mean. What will Blake do? Who has a big secret they're hiding?
  • I Want To Fly

    by C. Fulsty
    I Want To Fly is about a pterodactyl named Terrie that just hatched. All she wants to do after she hatches, is fly like her whole family. Terrie doesn't know how to fly, so she tries to teach herself how to fly. Fall after fall, she just can't seem to fly. Does Terrie ever learn to fly? Wait, does she? I actually don't know. Time to read this book and find out!
  • If Roses Were Blue

    by Debbie Jenae
    Chris, a college student, believes a friend of her young sister is keeping a terrible secret—one that Chris had also kept at that age. With tenderness and insight, she takes the reader back several years to a decision that marked the beginning of a series of rescues, including her own! A lady of light, a boy named Gus, and a stolen dog add to this delightful tale of courage, trust, and friendship.
  • The Waystation

    by Laurie Jameson
    The Waystation is a resting place on the journey between life and death, and the people who pass through on their way to either heaven or hell. In a cross between hard crime fiction and a spiritual parable, The Waystation takes you on an odyssey from the darkness of this world, to the serenity of the afterlife. It carries you from the ugliness of the drug business, racism, abuse, and murder, to the joy that comes when all that ceases to matter anymore. The Waystation is a place to rest and prepa... more
  • The Dog Catcher

    by Lloyd Johnson

    Some men are pups and others are hounds, but they all bite in the end.
    Cheryl Greene doesn’t ask much of life: a smile and a kind word are gifts in her world of splintered families and big talking men. But when Cheryl is cast from her home, pregnant and alone, just making it through each day becomes a fight to survive. Committed to giving her son the security she never had, Cheryl must navigate a reality where women are cheap, opportunities scarce, and violence is the law of the la... more

  • The Best Possible Angle

    by Lloyd Johnson

    A life is built upon the choices we make. The people we love. And the secrets we keep.
    For years, Kendrick Black has struggled to succeed as a black actor in LA. When his new movie is touted as the next big blockbuster, his dream of joining the Hollywood A-List is finally within reach. That is until a split-second decision leaves Kendrick harboring a secret that could destroy everything he’s fought so hard for. Because some secrets carry their own special power; the more people who know ... more

  • White Nights, Black Paradise

    by Sikivu Hutchinson
    In 1978, Peoples Temple, a multiracial church once at the forefront of progressive San Francisco politics, self-destructed in a Guyana jungle settlement named after its leader, the Reverend Jim Jones. Fatally bonded by fear of racist annihilation, the community's greatest symbol of crisis was the White Night; a rehearsal of revolutionary mass suicide that eventually led to the deaths of over 900 church members of all ages, genders and sexual orientations. White Nights, Black Paradise focuses on ... more
  • Celine on Fire

    by Dale Allan Pelton
    Céline on Fire asks the question, “Why do ordinary men commit atrocities? In 1950s Paris, jazz and dance counter-point the US-Soviet Cold War and the horrors of the French-Algerian War. Céline Colbert, 14, a dancer, her sister Yvonne, 28, professor of philosophy and history at the Sorbonne, share a taxi in the rain with Giovanni Sandretti, 23, an Italian-American, trumpet player born in Viterbo, Italy. In the Parisian worlds of jazz, flamenco, and tango, Giovanni becomes Yvonne’s lover, and Cé... more
  • The Girl on Rusk Street

    by Penny Carlile
    When Lucille Harris, a beautiful young widow, moves into the vacant house on Rusk Street in Marshall, Texas, the lives of ten-year-old Bobbi Rogers and her two best friends are turned upside down. Neighbors begin to gossip when Lucille accepts a teaching position at all-black Bishop College and married neighbor Jim Tressell starts helping her with her garden. Bobbi takes piano lessons from Lucille, and they become friends. She also likes Jim because he's nice to Lucille. When Lucille is m... more
  • The Girl on Rusk Street

    by Penny Carlile
    When Lucille Harris, a beautiful young widow, moves into the vacant house on Rusk Street in Marshall, Texas, the lives of ten-year-old Bobbi Rogers and her two best friends are turned upside down. Neighbors begin to gossip when Lucille accepts a teaching position at all-black Bishop College and married neighbor Jim Tressell starts helping her with her garden. Bobbi takes piano lessons from Lucille, and they become friends. She also likes Jim because he's nice to Lucille. When Lucille is murde... more
  • LOVE, SUGAR AND COOKIE❤️

    by Susan Marie Chapman
    It is a story about twin sisters
  • Lovers and Madmen

    by Kathy Lowry
    The line between true love and insanity is as thin as a paper cut and just as uncomfortable for the members of a very untraditional American family navigating their way through small town life and relationships in the early 1970s. Seventeen year old Beverly Patterson is discovering that her amorous adventures with Warren, her long-term boyfriend of six weeks, aren’t quite like anything she’s ever read about in magazines or learned from the whispered conversations with her friends in the high ... more
  • Wildflowers in Winter: Aging with Alzheimer's

    by Naomi Wark
    How do you define family? Is family strictly tied to lineage? Is family only ancestors who connect you like links in a chain? Or is family defined by those who surround you daily with love, guidance, and support whether bound by blood or not? For 92-year-old, Edna Pearson, facing early signs of Alzheimer's, family means bloodline, pure and simple. When her last child, Larry, dies and estranged from Larry's wife and daughters, Edna is afraid of spending her last years alone. But the tragedy of he... more
  • The Criminal MasterMind of Baker Street

    by Rob Nunn
    What if Sherlock Holmes had turned to crime instead of detection? THE CRIMINAL MASTERMIND OF BAKER STREET by Rob Nunn investigates this very concept. Holmes famously said that "when a clever man turns his brains to crime it is the worst of all." A sinister influence is at work in Victorian London with Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson running a hidden criminal empire. THE CRIMINAL MASTERMIND OF BAKER STREET explores all of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's original stories through the lens of Holmes as a... more
  • IF THE MOON HAD WILLOW TREES

    by Kathleen Hall
    On July 23, 1967 Detroit cops raided a blind pig and incited the biggest race riot in American history. A generation of hope, peaceniks and Freedom Riders believed they could end the Vietnam War and achieve civil rights by sheer determination. Book One of a trilogy, MOON follows The Eights––eight part-time activists attempting to curb white flight and integrate the burbs. With the intrigue, corruption, brutality and bigotry, The Eights experience the love, laughter, irony and self-reflection... more
  • Legacy of a King

    by Charlene Sponsel
    Lili is a young girl who personifies the beauty her people are known for, not only through her physical attributes but also by her actions. Her father’s business was decimated by the Elderman’s War, which put Tali Major on the throne of Conica. Now, Lili must make a wealthy match before her father’s debts destroy everything she loves. She finds a friend among the sovereignty, lessening her loneliness. Cam may be the youngest son of the king, but he is far from becoming a prince. Impulsive a... more

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