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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Love on the Mall

    by Ann Beltran

    Lose yourself in a love story set in America's front yard, the National Mall. Meet Estela the anthropologist, a flirty young woman moving into the Roaring 20's, and Nikos, an architect, vulnerable and struggling to put the Great War and Spanish flu behind him. Soulmates? Perhaps. Yet for twenty years their romance never leaves the National Mall. What keeps them apart lies within. Enter their time/space bubble where they negotiate tipping points and choose to change - or not. Only time... more

  • The Curse of Morton Abbey

    by Clarissa Harwood

    Jane Eyre meets The Secret Garden in this gothic novel of romantic suspense set in 1890s Yorkshire.

    Solicitor Vaughan Springthorpe knows perfectly well that Sir Peter Spencer’s offer of employment seems too good to be true: he hires her sight unseen and offers a suspiciously large salary to prepare the sale of his crumbling Yorkshire estate. But few people in late-Victorian England will entrust their legal affairs to a young woman, and Vaughan is... more

  • Alberto

    by John Jimerson
    An adaptation of The Velveteen Rabbit for today's kids, designed specifically for kids who are in-between reading picture books and chapter books. A toy rabbit, Alberto, is loved, lost, found, and generally worn down. He seems to be transforming, becoming more and more real, until he loses what seems like everything. Once he allows himself to feel this loss, the true magic begins. A previous edition, with different text and illustrations, was published as "Get Real" by the same author.
  • The Strider and the Regulus

    by Tricia D. Wagner
    A starry-eyed boy. A cryptic map. A mythical treasure. What perils await in the chasing of dreams?
  • Mozay of Pepperwick

    by Jean Perry
    With her background in journalism and education, Perry knows the importance of a good story. So when her aunt told her a tale about how her grandfather learned to read, she knew she needed to turn it into a book. From there she wrote Mozay of Pepperwick, a middle grade novel based on that important part of her own family’s history. Mozay of Pepperwick is set in 1853 at Pepperwick, the largest rice plantation in South Carolina. When all of the slaves are called out, they see Storyteller Old G... more
  • Peach and Plum

    by M. Johnson

    Welcome to Maverick Elementary.  It's the first day of school, and two little girls named Mayfair and Xembi are both new students on the first day of school.  Neither of them has any idea that they'll become a peach and a plum, BFFs with their own little school yard clique, until mean-girl bully, Kiara Campbell tries to destroy them.

  • Seven Little Secrets

    by K.L. Gore

    Seven popular high school cheerleaders. Seven distinctive lives. Seven little secrets. And the truth that haunts them all.

    The Janes have everything: beauty, brains, a secure future. So why did co-captain Natalie Greene trade her perfect life for eternal sleep? Her teammates hold pieces of the puzzle, but putting the parts together means revealing defects and vulnerabilities.

    And when you're a Jane, you're flawless.

    An afternoon of mourning turns into a day of disclo... more

  • The Jewels of Bermuda

    by Emilie Cossette
    Ride the waves with Stella as she goes on an extraordinary underwater adventure with Duffy the green sea turtle. Learn more about the marine life surrounding the Bermuda island: The Jewels of Bermuda! From angelfish to humpback whales, crossing a swarm of moon jellyfish with a detour to see impressive shipwrecks, this book highlights many fascinating treasures hidden beneath Bermuda’s turquoise waters. Throughout a fun and imaginative underwater exploration, it aims to awaken children's cu... more
  • Powerballs

    by Jimmy Clifton
    A sudden windfall – and the money to make every dream come true… With finances and marriage strained to the breaking point, Rose and Henry Ball dream of new lives filled with romance and adventure. Then Fortune takes a hand. Against all odds the couple win a record Powerball lottery. The sudden windfall is the answer to all their prayers. Or not. Helpless to resist the sirens’ song, the Balls leap feet first into the intoxicating world of the super-rich. Henry drifts into treacherous w... more
  • Mama's Afro is a Soldier Too: Mom's Cancer Diagnosis Explained

    by N.M. Charles

    "Mama's Afro Is A Soldier Too: Mom's Cancer Diagnosis Explained" is a uniquely important book for families of young children whose Mom has received a cancer diagnosis. Through easy to understand rhyming and poetic phrases, the various cancer treatment stages of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation which Mom goes through, are explained. The Afro Soldier is introduced as a brave little character who gives young children a visual symbol of reassurance and hope. Even though Mama ... more

  • To The Stars: A Novel

    by Shannon Bradley-Colleary

    Adapted from her film Sundance/Samuel Goldwyn film, "To The Stars" the novel expands upon the film's characterizations and theme. Synopsis: Thanks to her "Terrible Shame," 17-year-old Iris Deerborne is doomed to forever be The Untouchable of WaKeeney, Kansas — a tiny farming town in the uncharitable Bible Belt, circa 1961. That is, until the day a new girl, Maggie Richmond, blows into town from the Big City! Maggie is beautiful, larger-than-life, and coveted... more

  • The Truth of the Matter

    by Leigh Fleming
    On a cold night in 1877, Laurel Whitman’s father flies into a rage and throws her into the street. His behavior isn’t unusual; he has ridiculed her for years, and Laurel doesn’t understand why. All she knows is that his vitriol has something to do with her grandmother, a woman shrouded in mystery. Laurel goes on a harrowing journey from her home in Philadelphia to Maryland only to discover that her grandmother is on death’s door. She is welcomed with open arms by her extended family but receiv... more
  • The Artist and the Innkeeper

    by Alan Ioffredo
    Alan Ioffredo's inaugural novel is a compelling account of the mysterious life, struggles and disappearance of Renaissance Italy's prolific fresco artist, Bernardino Luini - a man so gifted his work was often wrongly attributed to Leonardo da Vinci. Art, sensuality, faith, murder and miracles loom large in this five century old story linked to the author's family. The Artist and the Innkeeper is a romantic journey beginning with Bernardino's apprenticeship in Milan, departure amid scandal an... more
  • Love, Only Better

    by Paulette Stout


    For Rebecca, sex is a joke missing a punchline. No crashing waves. Only pangs of inadequacy. At twenty-eight, shouldn’t she have had one by now? Her snickering ex thought so. His taunts echo in her ears as he rolls out of her bed. Then out of her life.

    Lost, Rebecca seeks expert help, joining a study for women who can&rsqu... more

  • Gambling for Good Mail

    by Evelyn Cole
    Felicia Wood is a lovely woman whose husbands leave her soon after marriage because she clutters their lives too much with purchases from catalogues. Although she’s a licensed nurse, its too depressing a career for her. She prefers trying various sales organizations. She visits a drive-in church where the minister is projected onto a giant screen and Roy Rogers’ museum containing stuff ed horses and dogs. She creates and sells eighty stuff ed statues of the despised aunt who raised her. Her niec... more
  • The Silent Giraffe

    by George Strouthous
    Children's illustrated book about not comparing oneself to others. One giraffe on the Serengeti plains is feeling sad about not having a sound of its own, but it's about to learn an important lesson from an unlikely place! Join the giraffe on a fun and heartwarming journey, written in rhyme, about not comparing oneself to others. See how the different animals in the story, including a leopard, an eagle and a wise little mouse, help each other and become friends. With beautiful, original illustra... more