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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Tango Whisky

    by David Christopher
    The party conference season begins in the Seaside town of Westbourne and Reggie Parkes, Council Traffic Warden is wounded in the armed robbery of a postman whose bag contains a consignment of diamonds. But the bag also contains a flash drive, which in the wrong hands would embarrass the Prime Minister and bring down the government. The government search for the drive commences and Reggie, frightened by agents sent from London, goes into hiding. Loose talk about a terror threat to the town by a s... more
  • The Seventh Woman: Part Three: A Perfectly Reasonable Explanation

    by Patricia Avant
    Six African American women, best friends, successful in their own right, all turning thirty, struggle to find what they deem to be, "Good men." Unfortunately it takes a player to help them understand and define just what it is that MAKES a man, GOOD
  • The Seventh Woman: Part Two: The True Measure of A Man

    by Patricia Avant
    Six African American women, best friends, successful in their own right, all turning thirty, struggle to find what they deem to be, "Good men." Unfortunately it takes a player to help them understand and define just what it is that MAKES a man, GOOD
  • The Seventh Woman: Part One:The Infamous Corner Bar

    by P. A. Avant
    Six African American women, best friends, successful in their own right, all turning thirty, struggle to find what they deem to be, "Good men." Unfortunately it takes a player to help them understand and define just what it is that MAKES a man, GOOD.
  • The Ogurt Shop...a Tale of Two Villages

    by Kristin Greene
    Join Calvin, the most curious of bunnies, as he ventures beyond his home of Beautopia, to Mudapolis where the icky, yucky ogres reside. With his best pal Benny the bluebird, they experience a journey of a lifetime as they uncover a surprising secret. But just how icky and yucky are these ogres? Adventure will be had and friendships made in this timeless life lesson of never judging a book by its cover.
  • A Dancer's Guide to Africa

    by Terez Mertes Rose
    Fiona Garvey, ballet dancer and new college graduate, is desperate to escape her sister’s betrayal and a failed relationship. Vowing to restart as far from home as possible, she accepts a two-year teaching position with the Peace Corps in Africa. It’s a role she’s sure she can handle. But in no time, Fiona realizes she’s traded her problems in Omaha for bigger ones in Gabon, a country as beautiful as it is filled with contradictions. Emotionally derailed by Christophe, a charismatic and pri... more
  • The Watchman

    by DENNIS FORD
    Dennis Bright is an imaginative six-foot-four freckled and bespectacled redhead who works as an overnight watchman at the Scepter Roast coffee factory in Somesuch, New Jersey. He lives vicariously through the Civil War career of a fictional character, Robert Derick, who comes to life and competes for the attention of the beautiful Julie Hanks, with whom he has a life-altering crush. Denis has to overcome competition from Robert for the hand of a woman who, like divinity, supplies life in the sa... more
  • Allegation 17

    by Fiona Padfield
    Topical, daring and controversial, Fiona Padfield's new novel takes on the UK's Family Court System, its sinister machinations and notorious 'code of silence', a method that has broken families and hurt generations of children. Padfield becomes the literary voice for so many women wronged by a skewed court system. Allegation 17 is a beautifully written, fictionalised drama based on a true story of a woman's labyrinthine struggle to save her child from an abusive situation. Her greatest... more
  • Allegation 17

    by Fiona Padfield

    Topical, daring and controversial, Fiona Padfield's new novel takes on the UK's Family Court System, its sinister manchinations and notorious 'code of silence', a method that has broken families and hurt generations of children.

    Padfield becomes the literary voice for so many women wronged by a skewed court system.

    Allegation 17, is a beautifully written, fictionalised drama based on a true story of a woman's labyrinthine struggle to save her child from an abus... more

  • Blood and Swash: The Unvarnished Life (& Afterlife) Story of Pirate Captain, Bartholomew Roberts

    by V'léOnica Roberts
    In "Bolt Of Fruition", Part 1 of this 2 part Anthology: Our heroine, for the love of a man, now a ghost, searches for a way to include romance in their otherwise perfect relationship, but there’s another, who in vying for the very soul of the great pirate Roberts, enlists the aid of an old flame, believed dead, who will stop at nothing to achieve his objective. When Lucifer’s henchman fails at the corporeal level, our fervent duo, as they are besieged by treachery, struggle for their ve... more
  • All I've Ever Wanted Is Nothing To Do

    by christopher robin
    I don't know much about very many subjects, except for maybe masturbation and eighties music...in a game of musical trivia, I would surely win. Ramona, my girlfriend, says we don't fit in very well at the campground, because most of the people here are older than us. The reason being that people our age are stuck in the Wheel with their mortgages and traffic jams, and don't want to live on a song and a prayer, out here with the owls, bobcats, and deer, (and the often broken, dirty swimming pool)... more
  • The Big Melt

    by Ned Tillman
    The Big Melt is a Coming of Age story about two high school seniors who face a series of climate catastrophes on the week following graduation. They each struggle to find their voice and their purpose for living as they fight to save their families, their friends, and their town. Highly relatable characters and a touch of fantasy and hope keeps the reader engaged and upbeat as they follow the protagonists on a journey that might prove to be all-too-real for their generation.
  • The Moon and Stars: A Tale of Dakota Rising

    by R. Calhoun Sargent
    Fifteen year old Dakota Dagger is on the fast track to self discovery. Living on the Greek island of Santorini soon becomes a vague memory when his parent's plane crashes, leaving Dak an orphan. That is, until his maternal grandparents introduce him to his Sioux heritage. Financial hardships, falling in love for the first time and depression lead Dak to discover his inherited ability to capture photographic images through his unique perspective. The Moon and Stars - A Tale of Dakota Rising ente... more
  • The Ogurt Shop...a Tale of Two Villages

    by Kristin Greene
    Join Calvin, the most curious of bunnies, as he ventures beyond his home of Beautopia to the forbidden land of Mudapolis, where is it said that the icky, sticky, and mean ogres reside. With his best pal, Benny, the bluebird, they experience the journey of a lifetime as they uncover a surprising secret. But just how icky and yucky are the ogres? Adventure will be had and friendships made in this timeless life lesson of never judging a book by its cover.
  • Uncommon Counsel

    by Art Smith
    Rip Taylor is an opera-loving defense attorney wrestling with schizophrenia. Medications help, but their delicate balance is threatened by his new psychiatrist. Rip’s only allies are a mysterious pair of jays who advise him on his cases. When Rip loses access to them, he strays into a situation that pits the demands of his profession against his personal ethics. This ultimately kindles an unlikely partnership and sets a new direction for his life. Uncommon Counsel is told from a combination of ... more
  • Three Women and the River

    by William Harry Harding
    Surviving the fiercest combat in Flanders, a head wound in the final and least-publicized great battle front of World War I (along Italy's Piave River), and threatened with execution by firing squad for desertion, a teenager from West Kent forges a new family and future, only to find he must once again face a life-and-death moment and risk everything ̶ this time for love.

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