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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Taint

    by Janet Kelley
    Rebecca White, a senior at the top of her class at Plains High School in 2001, is a Kansas girl going places…until the rape. She wants the rapist to pay for his crime and go to jail. Unfortunately, nothing is that simple, and she wasn’t the one raped. This is the story of how Rebecca seeks revenge for her best friend, Luke Warren, who was raped by the principal’s son, Weston. While the senior class chooses corsages and boutonniéres for prom, Rebecca plots revenge against Weston. She must find... more
  • Moose and Goose On The Bus

    by Grace Diane
    Spring is coming, and everyone knows it. Goose loves spring and all that goes with it. Moose loves spring but he doesn't enjoy feeling cold. Bruce, the bus driver, hates the chill of March and doesn't care who knows it! Moose, like a good friend, comes up with a plan to make everyone happy - just in time for spring.

    by Ernest Cohen


    Meet Geoffrey Zukor, a bumbler of superhero proportions, whose private calamities have him waltzing through life with all the grace of a one-legged unicyclist. But then something happens, something quite extraordinary. Late one afternoon, his fortunes change — dramatically. Did he finally catch a lucky break or was it actually the consequence of an intervention by none other than a Grand Master in the esoteric Art of Coi... more

  • Finding God - An Epic Esoteric Roadtrip

    by Fraser Wilkinson
    Finding God, By Fraser Wilkinson – Synopsis ISOBEL unexpectedly returns to town with a daughter after a sixteen year exile. Her childhood sweetheart MANNY sees a violent encounter between Isobel and his STEP-FATHER prompting him to take revenge. Perennial vacillator and day-dreamer, Manny is forced to head for the US Border, somewhat relieved that he has finally taken control of his meandering life. The group of emigrants are intercepted but with the guidance of a strange character in the... more
  • Becoming Ruthless

    by Rita H Rowe

    Ruth is young, excited about life and not looking for love. Yet love finds her, and Ruth is thrilled. But she is left devastated when she finds out that her the man she loves has deceived her. Still hopeful, she embarks on another relationship only to find herself in the same predicament.

    Ruth becomes disenchanted with love and decides that if she can’t beat them, she may as well join them and begins a journey that will change her very being and endanger her life.

    Can Ruth f... more

  • Max the City Dog: A Day at the Beach

    by Robbi G. Muir
    “Max the City Dog” A Day at the Beach is a story that highlights the caring relationship between Joey, a young boy, and his loyal dog, Max. There is fun, adventure, and some good lessons learned in their event-filled day at Coney Island Beach. The story highlights the danger of riptides that can be encountered in the ocean, but all with a happy ending! Written from the dog's point of view, the book expresses the empathy and friendship that the boy and dog share.
  • The Rainbow Balloon

    by Chris Lambert
    Christopher goes on an adventure with Amanda to see a parade, and soon discovers she has two mothers. Christopher also learns about Pride and drag artists. He also learns that some people have two dads
  • The Rainbow Balloon

    by Chris Lambert
    Christopher goes on an adventure with Amanda to see a parade, and soon discovers she has two mothers. Christopher also learns about Pride and drag artists. He also learns that some people have two dads
  • Freya, Fynn, and the Fantastic Flute

    by Once Upon a Dance
    Boisterous bats, zany zombies, and giddy ghosts await readers in this tale of sibling friendship, silly creatures, and magical music. In the Dance-It-Out series, created by an award-winning dance teacher, children act and move alongside the characters, and Ballerina Konora joins each page with movement suggestions. In this story, Fynn, Freya, cats, bats, ghosts, and zombies assemble for a captivating story of music, magic, and mayhem.
  • Have You Seen My Friends? The Adventures of Creativity

    by Monica H. Kang
    Have You Seen My Friends? presents the importance of treasuring our creativity, courage, and curiosity every day! As we grow older, we somehow forget to value how important it is to ask questions, try new things, and think differently. This playful book reminds you to treasure these “friends,” who are always near.
  • Flowers Grow on Broken Walls

    by Farena Bajwa

    This book is about the journey to yourself, told in a collection of poems. It’s about understanding the shadow sides of yourself and giving them a chance to be seen by daylight. It talks about heartbreak, depression, self-worth, confidence, hope, believing in the unseen and ultimately, healing, by loving yourself. Written and illustrated by Farena Bajwa

  • One Crowded Hour: the little bighorn

    by David Larson
    Two teenagers gallop headlong into battle with Major Reno and A company as they mount a breath-taking charge against the Sioux and Cheyenne village along the river. They live the terror of being forced back into a small grove of cottonwood trees helplessly watching wounded friends being butchered and brutalized. As the fighting builds to an impossible pitch, it becomes clear that the only way out of this killing box is to charge into the enemy and race for better cover. Three companies of caval... more
  • The Music Inside

    by M. R. Martin
    In 1989 a young woman struggles to define her own identity in the midst of the duality of her ultra-religious family and the debauchery of the rock and roll culture of San Francisco that she finds herself immersed in. As the pop metal of the 1980s fades into the alternative music scene of the 1990s, she begins to learn how to believe in her own inner voice, create a satisfying new life for herself, and define herself apart from the expectations of her parents and even from the music she loves.
  • An Uncommon Folk Rhapsody

    by C.J. Heigelmann

    Winner, INDEPENDENT PRESS AWARDS, Multicultural Fiction, 2021.
    Finalist, WISHING SHELF BOOK AWARDS, Adult Fiction, 2020.

    An epic American Civil War literary saga that explores the intimate relationships between folk of diverse cultures during an era of suffering and hate; spanning cultures, continents, and generations. Written in the Antebellum tradition with spoken dialects characteristic of the period.

    Shay is an orphan. A young Asian... more

  • Crooked Fences

    by C.J. Heigelmann

    2020 New York City Big Book Award Distinguished Favorite

    A troubled war veteran battling PTSD returns home to pursue his dream of becoming a police officer. But is he ready?

    Experience the life-changing events through the eyes of the main character as he comes to grips with himself, his family, and the community around him. 

    The night of the ambush changes everything for US Marine Todd Goodson. One moment, he is discussing tactics with ... more