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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Blitz Bus

    by Glen Blackwell
    Emmie let out a huge sob – “It’s not a film set”, she cried. She held onto Jack for a moment, then took a step back, closed her eyes and shouted - “WHERE AM I?” When Jack and Emmie suddenly find themselves transported back to London in 1940, they find a world both familiar, yet very different. As they dodge falling bombs and over-zealous policemen, they befriend Jan - a lonely Polish refugee. Together, they must work out if the shadowy figure they keep seeing is a spy and unlock the secret of... more
  • River of Forgiveness

    by K. Lorraine Kiidumae
    “ i fear no fate(for you are my fate,my sweet)…” Painted against the backdrop of e.e.cummings poetry, Chopin’s Nocturnes, and the unleashed passions of the times, River of Forgiveness is a coming-of-age story set at the close of the Second World War. Eighteen-year-old Sydney Archumbault’s chance encounter with an older British stranger awakens her longings to the exuberant power of her one true love, forever altering the course of her life. Intrigued by this educated, artistic man, whom she late... more
  • Where hands Go

    by Krystaelynne Sanders Diggs
    Where Hands Go is the brand new book from the Kids Again Foundation designed to teach children when it is all right to be touched, and by who, and when it is wrong. Handsomely illustrated and thoughtfully written, this is a must read for every family with young children.
  • Jeremy's Night Time Adventure

    by Linda Boddison
    Jeremy the spider goes on a little walk before bedtime. He notices that his legs are changing colour and he wonders why. At the end of the story all is revealed and Jeremy is very surprised
  • An Old Picture and Other Stories

    by Sarah Key
    A short story anthology. An old picture a young girl wanted to show is received by bitter reactions. A young, tormented man decides to join a nationalist party. Two detectives are on the hunt in a brutal murder case. Another day in the city leads to a violent end.
  • A Small Hotel

    by Suanne Laqueur
    It’s the summer of 1941. Europe is at war, but New York's Thousand Islands are at the height of the tourist season. Kennet Fiskare, son of a hotel proprietor, is having the summer of a lifetime, having fallen deeply in love with a Swedish-Brazilian guest named Astrid Virtanen. But the affair is cut short and the young lovers permanently parted, first by Astrid’s family obligations, then by America’s entry into the war. The rigors of military life help dull his heartache, but when Kennet’s bat... more
  • Silhouettes of Time

    by Maya Mitra Das
    These intriguing tales by Maya Mitra Das take us on wildly imaginative journeys to exotic and sometimes alien landscapes - introducing us to infinitely curious moments in time, space and memory.
  • Thursday Night Special

    by Chandra Steele
    In this collection, love and grief pass each other in the night and sometimes on train platforms. Occasionally they find themselves mingling at the same party or mixing in dreams. A woman memorizes her new identification numbers in a waiting room in the afterlife. A man transcribes letters for a living but cannot find the words he needs. A couple sells everyone, including themselves, on their lifestyle. A sex club is an unexpected setting for a sweet encounter.
  • Life of Right

    by David O. Strickland
    LIFE OF RIGHT depicts the dramatic conflict between Pro-Choice and Pro-Life protesters in Washington, DC in the days leading up to the landmark 1992 Supreme Court decision in Planned Parenthood v. Casey, that upheld Roe v. Wade. From Atlanta, Boston, Dallas and Foley, Alabama demonstrators descend on the nation's capital to maker their voices heard by the Supreme Court. Ultimately, Justices Sandra Day O'Connor, Anthony Kennedy and David Souter find the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Ame... more
  • What is presbyopia and its Symptoms?

    by Jonh Robinson
    It is estimated that practically 100% of people over 50 years of age suffer from presbyopia or eyestrain. The possibilities to counteract it range from the use of different types of lenses to surgery. Presbyopia or eyestrain is an eye disease caused by the aging of the lens and the ciliary muscle, the two structures of the eye that serve to focus through a process called accommo... more
  • Flower Still Blooms

    by Shukdeb Sen
    Flower Still Blooms, his first published work of fiction, is a collection of short stories written over a fifteen-year period. The stories describe many aspects of the human experience. Magda describes how a Budapest prostitute's life is changed by kindness and compassion shown by a stranger; a chance encounter on the train reveals one man's horrific experiences in Dachau concentration camp. Flower Still Blooms is a collection of stories that can move you to tears of both despair and joy, a wond... more
  • The Winterkeeper

    by Jo Horne
    The Winterkeeper takes place in Montana in 1933, where fourteen-year-old Millie Chase has just been orphaned. She resists the idea of living with her stepfather, who already has a replacement wife waiting in the wings. She feels he is "just a man Momma had married." She decides to track down her mother's good friend Ginny Baker, who lives in Yellowstone Park with Nate, a winterkeeper for the north end of the park, which is closed for the season; but instead finds that Ginny's husband Nate is... more
  • Monica's War

    by Jo Horne
    Monica Beresford Wichfeld lived life on her terms and without apology. As a young woman, she socialized with some of the most famous people of her era—Noel Coward, Tallulah Bankhead, Coco Chanel—using her connections to build a business that would save her husband’s familial estate from bankruptcy. Born in Great Britain, she married a Danish aristocrat and landowner and moved to his lavish estate on the island of Lolland, south of Copenhagen. Shortly after settling there, she began a nine-year a... more
  • Betsy and Catherine An Uncommon Friendship, A revised and revisited edition

    by Helen Gailey
    Set in eighteenth-century London, England, this fictional novel touches on the life of the upper crust and those who served them. As they both come together, foolish choices and harrowing consequences take two women—one an aristocrat and the other her servant—into a storm of trial, scorn, and tribulation. Stripped of title, recognition, and value, one wonders who the heroine really is, Catherine or Betsy? Catherine repeatedly asks, How will Lord Edward find us? A twisted and perverse judge cond... more
  • Tally and the Angel: Mystery, adventure and magic with Tally and her angel Jophiel. (Book One India)

    by Eleanor Dixon
    On the saddest day of her life, Tally discovers that the pendant which belonged to her mother is home to the Angel Jophiel. Tally knows that having her very own angel will change her life forever. Solving mysteries and having adventures with an angel in tow is awesome, right? What could go wrong? But being best friends with an angel doesn't stop Tally from plunging into great danger when she discovers a deadly plot to destroy India with a gigantic flood. In a race against time beneath the beauti... more
  • The Monster Upstairs

    by S. Auyeung
    What’s that mysterious noise upstairs? Take a magical journey through vivid illustrations and a heartwarming story that leads to a beautiful discovery of friendship.