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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Lost Clown

    by J. S. Pan
    Genk, an orphan and a nobody, longed to be accepted by his fellow villagers but all he received were ridicule and accusations. An expedition to the mystic hill in search of the Teacher to learn magic might make his desire come true. Though plagued with obstacles, the journey turned into an unexpected meeting of a new friend, Tim. His first friend ever. New bonds were forged as Genk meets Tim's group.
  • Visions

    by Neil Stanners
    Leo Cassems is a renowned artist who has managed to secure his isolation by owning the only bit of land within a large, wild, mostly unvisited national park on the Australian coast. He has quietly lost his interest in art. He has women and friends but their visits are rare. He drinks too much. At the start of summer he is walking on the cliff tops of his domain when he notices a large hole in the middle of ‘his’ beach. In it he is amazed to find three children quietly lazing away their first day... more
  • The Magic Room: Das Magisch Raum

    by Neil Stanners
    Where do you hide in a dying city? Where some want revenge, some will never surrender, some are crazy, others are evil and then there are those who just want to survive. Is there a place that is safe? A place where they won’t find you? Who can you trust? Who will help? And when the time is right, can you escape? Adriane Gerst has run all the way into Berlin. It is April 1945 and the Russians are right behind. Dieter Falke has fought the Americans across half of Europe. He has had enough. Hauke K... more
  • Somewhere Night Falls

    by Neil Stanners

    Adult fiction. Stories of childhood, yesterday and today. We were all children once. Take this winding path through childhood past and present. A boy living in a coastal town in WWII and longing for a father to come home. A bunch of kids stumble on a famous star having a holiday. A farming family find themselves in a flood. Three siblings decide to take on and defeat a myth. A special relationship on an ocean voyage. A childhood love affair and it’s consequences. Teenage testosterone ha... more

  • The Song of Sadie Sparrow

    by Kitty Foth-Regner
    For many, a nursing home is the despised last stop before heading out into the Great Beyond. Not so for the heroines of The Song of Sadie Sparrow—three very different women whose lives intersect in a warm and endlessly engaging facility called The Hickories. Sadie Sparrow, Meg Vogel and Elise Chapelle represent different generations. They have experienced different sorrows and entertain different hopes. They even adhere to different worldviews, from devoutly Christian to unapologetically atheist... more
  • The Three Secrets

    by Gretchen Bainum
    This is the story of the life cycle of a sunflower, starting with a seed landing on the ground and ending with a new seed landing on the ground. But it is also the story of a the universal quest for happiness, a journey of joy and hardship guided by the Three Secrets found in every life.
  • Songs for Lucy

    by Philip Wilson
    It's spring, and Allison Connelly has it all – pretty, popular and smart. With a summer job teaching tennis and starting Harvard Law School in the fall, Allison plans on a successful law career, marriage and kids – and dreams of becoming a Supreme Court Justice. When relentless headaches drive her to her doctor, Allison receives a terrifying diagnosis that destroys her plans and imperils her life. Devastated, Allison struggles to accept her shattered dreams and uncertain future. One night, she h... more
  • Bumpty-Bumpty-Bump!: The Stephen King Daily Reader

    by Michael Roch
    Bumpty-Bumpty-Bump! is the Stephen King Daily Reader. Organized by date, relive events from his fiction. Watch the novels go up and down the New York Times Best Seller List. See release dates of his books.
  • The Boys Who Danced with the Moon

    by Mark Paul Oleksiw
    Can you ever escape the past? Kiran Wells, a mid-30’s professional living on the West Coast, thought he was safe until an anonymous letter arrives from his hometown. Its only contents- an old newspaper clipping about a drowning twenty years earlier. Leaving career and friends behind, Kiran returns to the place of his youth to find the conjurer of his past. Kiran is a quiet and shy teenager with a taste for alternative music growing up in a suburban northern town during the mid-80's. The arri... more
  • Picasso The Clown: A Portrait In Black And White

    by Thomas Amato
    Bianco, a recent widower and traumatized survivor of World War I, discusses how his friend, Pablo Picasso has dealt with death in his work, especially his 1915 painting, 'Harlequin.'
  • Alfred's Dragon

    by Dennis Knapp
    Dragons!!! Are they real? Join young knight-in-training Alfred, as a chance discovery leads him on a medieval adventure filled with imagination and revelations both fun and fearsome! Alfred's journey answers age old questions all young children (and some adults) have about medieval dragons: Were they real? And why did those who lived during this time believe in these wondrous creatures?
  • After They Go

    by J Mercer

    A large family saga set in a coastal tourist town. One sister chained by family tradition. The second stunted by her sister’s shadow. The youngest propelled by desperation.

    Gwen is the oldest of four children in the Aaldenberg family, and the one who seems to have it all. She's also most desperate to escape. Betta, having nursed their dying grandpa for the past three years, is anxious for Gwen to go, so she can finally have reins to the family business. And Esmerelda, viciousl... more

  • Sheep of God

    by Todd Kreisman
    In a quiet Arizona town, Talbot Ward—who believes he is endowed with supernatural powers—finds himself with an opportunity to use his hypothetical gifts to take advantage of the good, God-fearing people who live there. Following the apparent resurrection of a pastor, Talbot convinces the members of a Baptist congregation that he is not merely a messenger of God, but God himself. He assembles a throng of avid followers and, in true cult fashion, they relinquish their material possessions, givi... more
  • Jerusalem Stone

    by Susan Sofayov
    On September 15, 2008, Julie lost her job at Lehman Brothers and her twin, Jack, in a car crash. Feeling responsible for his death, she can’t bear to see the pain in her father’s eyes. She escapes to her brother’s dream destination, Thailand, where a sexy Israeli, Avi tries to make her let go of her guilt. Can he do it? Or will it take something more?
  • Alfred's Dragon

    by Dennis Knapp
    Dragons!!! Are they real? Join young knight-in-training Alfred, as a chance discovery leads him on a medieval adventure filled with imagination and revelations both fun and fearsome! Alfred's journey answers age old questions all young children (and some adults) have about Medieval dragons: Were they real? And why did those who lived during this time believe in these wondrous creatures?
  • Honor Among Outcasts (DarkHorse Trilogy, Book 2)

    by Ed Protzel
    After a harrowing escape from Mississippi, abolitionist Durksen Hurst, his fiancée Antoinette DuVallier, and their friends — a group of undocumented slaves — land in guerrilla-infested Civil War Missouri, the most savage whirlwind of destruction, cruelty, and death in American history. Trapped in a terrifying cycle of murder and revenge, scarred by Quantrill’s cold-blooded Lawrence massacre and the Union army’s ruthless Order No. Eleven, Durk and everyone he cares for soon find themselves ent... more

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