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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Be Safe (First Printing)

    by Doug Weaver
    The worst of the AIDS epidemic has passed with the discovery of new medications. But not everyone rejoices. Certain groups of gay men rebel when they find it impossible to embrace the notion that they're suddenly expected to slough off their "end dates" and become useful, vibrant members of society. Two pairs of men experience a chance meeting on their way to a burrito joint in Hollywood. All are gay men with HIV/AIDS, all are drug addicts/sellers (Gallagher and Rogarth are recent alumni of a... more
  • The Adventures of Wyatt the Riot and the Preschool Pig!

    by Linda E. Martin
    A hilarious story where readers can discover how a playground,a pink pig,,a patrolman,a principal ,pet patrol chief,preschoolers,protests , pleas, school personnel , the local press, and a local pig permit policy play a part in saving an elderly neighbor's precious ,pet, pig from being hauled away off as a pig prisoner to Pennsylvania.
  • Siren Song: Har Megiddo 2.0

    by Ian T King
    Several characters from around the world are drawn into the global war on terror, as potential protagonists or in the role of trying to stop would-be terrorists. The novel is a serious work of political/historical fiction as well as something of a mystery/thriller.
  • Train to the Edge of the Moon

    by ASPER BLURRY

    Punk is no ordinary millennial who takes the life as it is. She has a nasty habit of getting in troubles, she shows the middle finger to prejudice and stupidity, she fights against her broken identity and darkness of her soul. She goes against the stream with her heavy, tight shoes, but she still tries to be a better person. Punk's adventurous journey to become someone who matters starts in a Place Without a Name, continues in Italy and London. Her train is full of sad reflections, laughs... more

  • Weston

    by Gregory Attaway
    “The world was never innocent. But I was.” Benny Camden was never the favorite son. The Camdens are Hollywood royalty. Benny’s television show is one of the biggest hits of the Sixties. His mother and sister are there for every episode. Audiences love him. Everyone knows his name. Life is good. Then one day his family’s seats are empty. The show goes on, but he can’t think past the vacant chairs. Nobody tells him anything until the cameras go dark. His brother has died in Vietnam,... more
  • The Lion and the Lamb: The True Holocaust Story of a Powerful Nazi Leader and a Dutch Resistance Worker

    by Charles Causey
    Stunning new historical account of Hitler's closest male advisor and a brave Hollander woman whose daring faith compels her to hide Jews in a secret room. With years of research into the diaries of the protagonists, Charles Causey's new moral thriller exposes chilling secrets of the Nazi's during the final weeks of the war and chronicles one Christian woman's journey to a death camp for resisting the Gestapo in Holland. Though the book reads like fiction and has been reviewed as riveting, all ch... more
  • Tess: The Abomination of Human Trafficking

    by Andres Mann
    After rescuing a child prostitute in Cambodia, Tess persuades Jake, Carmen, Nicola and the Team to tackle human trafficking worldwide. Sponsored by the United Nations, she creates a team of what Jake calls Valkyries, six remarkable women that alongside the men of the Team embark on a Herculean effort to rescue victims and pursue traffickers, starting with a degenerate financier that controls a multinational sex enterprise. The team then takes direct action by unleashing their military skills in ... more
  • Tess Awakening: The Complete Story

    by Andres Mann
    This book combines two previous novels, “Tess Awakening” and “Tess Valkyries.” A fast paced action romance novel set during the second Gulf War in Iraq, three remarkable people are caught in a web of obsession and deceit. General Amir, a wealthy, cultured and complicated villain, is desperately in love with Tess, a beautiful and driven military helicopter pilot. His obsession has no bounds, and he moves heaven and earth to possess her. Aided by Jake, Carmen and their colleagues, Tess must face... more
  • Tess: Clash of Civilizations

    by Andres Mann
    Tess and Jake face an unusual dilemma. Their adopted daughter Aara received a huge inheritance from Tess’s nemesis, the deceased Amir al-Saadi. The fortune comes with an unsettling condition: Aara must marry into a Muslim family within one year. Suddenly, Tess and Jake must assess whether such a condition is acceptable. They meet with two Muslim families and end up in Istanbul so Aara can decide whether she wants to comply with the condition of the will. To complicate things, Amir’s sister Fadim... more
  • Alice and the Queen's New Game

    by Chad Prevost
    Alice and the Queen's New Game is an interactive fiction joyride with dozens of choices, 30 endings, and 25 illustrations. Using elements from Lewis Carroll's original Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, this new adventure takes Alice in new and surprising twists and turns. Help Alice achieve all Level 4 endings to become an Ultimate Adventurer. Alice finds herself playing a game. Her fate is in your hands. No pressure. Level 1: Bad Dream: Things go terribly wrong for Alice... more
  • Drapetomania: All of the Ways In Which I Am Black

    by Sami Arlenis-Frederick
    In 1851, American physician Samuel A. Cartwright determined the negro slave’s desire to flee captivity was due to a mental illness in which he titled Drapetomania. This collection of paper poems titled of the same name is black life on an anthology of white pieces of paper. These words capture the backbone of a culture and the liberation of a people.
  • The Donor

    by Stevie Turner
    When you meet the love of your life, the last thing you expect is your sister luring him away. Clare faces this scenario when her sister, Isabel, marries singer and guitarist Ross Tyler. To make things even worse, Ross hits the big time, makes a fortune and moves to France with his family. But when tragedy strikes, Ross and Clare are forced to revisit their common past, one which they must try to put behind them for Isabel's sake.
  • Mind Games

    by Stevie Turner
    Frances Andrews is sick of her husband Martin’s addiction to pornography, and has lost her trust in him. Martin views porn as a harmless pastime, but when Frances threatens to leave, he is distraught and begs her to go with him for marriage guidance therapy. Counsellor Rhona suggests they take a holiday in the first instance, and start talking to one another again. Frances just wants out of the marriage, but finally agrees to go on a cruise…as long as they have separate cabins. Told from both ... more
  • A Past Life: As Told by Brave Hawk

    by Donald Silver
    The day that a medium told Don the story of his past life as a boy named Brave Hawk, he thought the whole thing was nonsense. She explained that a Native American Chief by the name of White Cloud had come through to her to tell the story of Bird, a young boy who had stolen from the tribe. Bird was captured and eventually adopted into an Arapaho tribe in South Dakota, sometime in the eighteenth century. There he was given his new name: Brave Hawk. That night, a vivid and powerful dream changed D... more
  • Richie Millstone, the Firewater Dragon & the Platinum Water Crystal

    by E. H. Allen
    Richie Millstone, the Firewater Dragon & the Gemstone Cities is the second book in a ten-part series. It takes off where the first left off. Richie and his companions are trapped on a time machine ship lost far from home. They long to get back but are enjoying the adventure. The kids unwittingly get into all kinds of shenanigans as they try to return home. In the first book, they visited Mars of the distant past, one point five billion years, to find a 1930's era civilization with feline ancestr... more
  • A Myriad of Roads That Lead To Here: A Novella

    by Nathan Elias
    “Equipped with a copy of Walden, notebooks of Buddhist philosophy, and a loyal friend, a young man seeks an adventure of freedom and independence with a cross country hitchhiking trip to the ocean where he hopes to recover from the death of his mother. Thinking that a myriad of roads will lead him to his destination, he learns it's a simple road of family ties that gives him all the grounding and connection he really needs." -Jane Bradley, author of You Believers "This is a road trip journey ... more

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