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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • A Season in Lights: A Novel in Three Acts

    by Gregory Erich Phillips

    Passion, ambition and escape, in the colorful artistic underworld off-Broadway.

    Cammie, a dancer in her mid-thirties, has just landed her first part in a show since coming to New York City. Yet the tug of familial obligation and the guilt of what she sacrificed to be there weigh down her dancing feet. Her lover, Tom, an older piano player, came to the city as a young man in the 1980s with a story eerily in tune with Cammie's own. Through their triumphs and failures, both learn the f... more

  • AntonTon

    by Irena Stanic Rasin
    AntonTon is a unique guy who does everything his own way. He may be a bit unusual, but he proves that it’s okay to be different. People like AntonTon make the world an interesting place. Every bit of progress in science, culture, sports, etc., has happened because some AntonTon did something outside the box. Enjoy the iconic Croatian poem by Grigor Vitez, the father of modern Croatian children's literature, in this first English translation combined with award-winning illustrations.
  • Wheel of the Fates: Book Two of the Carolingian Chronicles

    by J. Boyce Gleason
    It is 742. The throne is empty; the pagan states are in rebellion; Charles Martel's widow and youngest son have been imprisoned and the trust between Carloman and Pippin - the two brothers who remain in power is broken. Based on a true story, Wheel of the Fates picks up where the award-winning Anvil of God leaves off - chronicling the lives of Charles Martel's children as they vie for power in what's left of the kingdom..and their family.
  • Arrowheads: a Mira & Jax adventure, Mound Builder Series Book 1

    by K. R. Hofhiens
    Mira & Jax are sent to an Ohio farm to keep them safe from the Polio IV pandemic. While playing in the garden, they find a Mound Builder platform pipe! A museum curator dates the pipe to 100 BCE. The problem is - there is writing on the pipe and it's Hebrew! Adsilha is a Mound Builder girl living in 74 BC North America. On her way to the summer gathering, she is kidnapped by rebels who want to overthrow the government. Adsilha will need to make alliances to escape...
  • The Bedtime Knight

    by Katie L. Carroll
    When the lights turn off at bedtime, a young mouse’s imagination runs wild. Daddy Knight charges in to the rescue and sheds light on what the shadows really are. Then he empowers his daughter to turn the scary shadows into fun imaginings.
  • 9781642280364

    by Izzard Ink
    There's no such thing as normal. Sarah has always been a hard-working student, even if she has felt her grades don't reflect her efforts. She is a good friend, a kind daughter, and she loves being creative. But lately she is struggling with school and friendships, and nothing brings her much joy. Her family doesn't seem to understand what's happening, and neither does Sarah. Everyone keeps telling her to do better, and Sarah is trying her hardest, but when her first year of middle school begi... more
  • The Bookseller

    by Peter Briscoe
    Stories about professors, students, librarians, booksellers, and early scientific explorers. The title story takes place in an Ecuadorian library that is experiencing rampant theft. A literary, intellectual mystery that delves into the library as idea as the world rushes into a digital, post-literate future.
  • Education of a Native Son

    by Harold Dozier

    Education of a Native Son begins where author Richard Wright's novel Native Son ends. Thomas, an African-American young man who grew up in Harlem is accepted to a prestigious Ivy League university in New England. While in college Little, as he is known, will be confronted with the pressures of the everyday college student and the pressures of being Black at a predominately white university (PWI). In addition to adjusting to college life, he will soon learn the secret of his parent... more

  • Addie's Me-Cave

    by Cheryl Palladino and Rachael Ostrowski
    It’s hard to have big feelings, especially when you are little. A young girl has a special place where she can cope with her emotions in a new picture book that emphasizes social emotional learning through imagination and features tools for parents and educators.
  • The Great Enclosure

    by Usil Cel
    As their greatest dreams are about to be realized, three Californians of African descent are visited by angels who inform them that their lives are coming to an end. Gazelle Gweru, thirty-five years old, is a pastry chef who is about to receive the most prestigious award in her profession. Canter Kariba, seventy-three years old, is a recent retiree who is about to speak to her only child for the first time in decades. Sophia Centenary, twenty-six years old, is a full-time reality-TV participa... more
  • Brandy, Ballad of a Pirate Princess

    by Dan Hendrickson
    Brandy Erasmus is the daughter of the most feared pirate of the Caribbean in the early 19th century. Erick Erasmus aka The Plague and his infamous wife The Scarlet Mistress have marauded and ravaged the seas of the Caribbean since before Brandy was born. But on one fateful day when she is fifteen years old, that life drastically ends. First her father is killed by his second in command, Don Lomoche, and then an evil self-important, pompous ass British admiral named Bennets captures and executes ... more
  • FATHER'S DAY PART II - THE SECRET OF LA SANGRE

    by Gary Kyriazi
    It's one year later, Father's Day Eve, 1985, and two bodies lie at the bottom of the cliffs of La Sangre, California. What is wrong with that town? A would-be investigative reporter is determined to find out.
  • The Lighthouse

    by Rebecca Enright
    With a strong bright light, a young lighthouse learns its true purpose in this heartfelt and charming children's book. Children will learn about lighthouses and what they do in this educational story.
  • Bleed More, Bodymore

    by Ian Kirkpatrick

    HORROR IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN EVIL OVERTAKES THE HEART.

    Joey, a mechanic, receives a phone call late in the night to pick up her friend's car from the infamous Baltimore body dumping grounds, Leakin Park. She arrives to find the car abandoned and her friend missing entirely. When she brings the car back to the body shop, she then finds a body in the trunk. While the Baltimore Police Department tries to find her friend under for suspected murder, Joey races to find him first and discov... more

  • The Father, the Son & the Slave

    by Christopher Grant

    You know the Passion narrative. This is the story behind it.

    Metlip, Nubian slave to master carpenter Josef of Nazareth, is roused in the night by the carpenter's estranged son, Iesu. Risking arrest and worse by defying his three-year exile, Iesu has returned to ask his father two questions. The first inspires a family pilgrimage to Jerusalem. The answer to the second will determine whether Iesu implements a daring plan to change the world, a world Josef depends on to hide a secret ... more

  • The Rain Drinkers

    by Gerry Finan
    Set on Long Island, NY in the little town of Bay Shore at the beginning of the twentieth century, “The Rain Drinkers” is the story of a young man’s passage to adulthood. Sent to stay with an abusive relative he has never met and the man’s unfortunate young wife, the younger man is forced to learn lessons of life, friendship, love, and loss. The story touches on many different topics such as racism, immigration, and the American experience at the beginning of a new age.
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