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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Kai the Kangaroo and His Mask Too

    by Shina James
    Kai the Kangaroo is simply misunderstood during this pandemic. He decided one morning that he will not wear a mask and will express himself how he sees fit. But his plan soon goes wrong when he's shut out from every turn. Will Kai wear his mask? Or will he put away the task?
  • Ariam Stone: Kingdom of the Lost

    by Michael Maira
    Professor Ariam Stone is plucked from obscurity when a strange man turns up on his doorstep with a map, an artifact, and fantastical claim of a lost civilization waiting to be discovered. Along with his younger charge, John Rykar, the pair set off on what becomes a global race against the criminal Blackstone Corporation. Pursued and hounded at every turn and discovery the pair will make new friends and foes alike on a journey thwarting betrayal and discovery. They will ultimately find out that e... more
  • Angel of Aleppo

    by Jon Cocks
    In Angel of Aleppo, Anoush, a beautiful Armenian girl, sees her mother shot and is evicted from her Anatolian village in 1915. She helps many survive, as she endures the Death Marches to Aleppo and the Mesopotamian desert. She becomes known as the Angel of Aleppo, finds true love, but suffers many losses. Over the years, the pain of war does not go away and by the Armenian Genocide’s 50th anniversary, Anoush is widowed and alone. But this day brings her something she never expected.
  • The Printer and The Strumpet

    by Larry Brill
    A conservative English-born newspaperman and a fiery American prostitute join forces to publish stories of British military abuse and government scandals in 1773 Boston. The story is a satire of how today's media might cover the period from the Boston Tea Party to the battle of Lexington.
  • For the Love of Many

    by Vivian Dunn
    Two young Broadway chorus girls fall in love in the man's world of show business in 1924.
  • Love in a Time of Hate: New Orleans During Reconstruction

    by Matthew Cost
    “A Voodoo ritual?” Emmett stared dumbly at her. A young man from Maine fights for social equality in New Orleans after the Civil War while pursuing a murderer of prostitutes, becoming enmeshed in voodoo, and falling in love. “Education is the tool that makes us all equal, whether we are Black, white, Indian, woman, or man,” Manon said. Much like Louisiana’s famous gumbo, Love in A Time of Hate, is a spicy dish of varied ingredients. The main theme is the struggle for social equality between t... more
  • Terror of the Dog People

    by Marcus Stratford
    A bold exploration in style and self-analysis. An unraveling, thematically disconcerting novella in three parts. Experimentally written in dramatic form, lyrical narrative, and stream-of-consciousness flashbacks, all circled around one conversation between two broken lovers at a diner. Lives are encapsulated and characters painted over cold eggs and hot coffee. Stratford explores themes of narcissism, hallucinatory OCD, and human stubbornness, concocting a post-modern portrait of two beings conf... more
  • A Splash of Sass: Sassafras Gets a Puppy

    by Janet Adams
    Sassafras, or "Sass," is a sweet girl with just a splash of sass. She has always wanted a puppy. In this middle-grade chapter book, she and her brother get two puppies... and quite a bit more than they bargained for. After these mischievous puppies cause trouble, Sass will learn valuable lessons about the puppies and herself.
  • Ernestine

    by Kate Reynolds
    Ernestine is the tale of a small-time bunco artist turned nun. In 1527, Sister Ernestine arrives reluctantly in Inquisition-shackled Spain carrying guilt and a document that can change the European balance of power. Her plans to repent are interrupted when she discovers that she's been tracked to Spain by a French spy who covets the document she carries. Ernestine must decide whether to risk her life trying to fulfill a promise or stay and face her fears in the abbey that has offered her succor ... more
  • What the Bird Sees in Flight: Collected Stories of a New Zealand Farming Family

    by Joseph R. Goodall
    Set among the rolling green hills of New Zealand's verdant Waikato District, this episodic collection of short stories opens a window into the life of a twentieth century dairy farming family. Nuanced and thought-provoking, the accessible tales highlight the emotions, disagreements and aspirations dwelling just below the surface in each member of the Hester clan. 'What the Bird Sees in Flight' offers a creative perspective on the complexity of family relationships and the desire for belonging we... more
  • M.A.D. (Mutually Assured Destruction)

    by David Smith
    Life and fiction blur hilariously as new POTUS Donald Dump’s trade war with China escalates. Will it end with both leaders in a cage fight or… ARMAGEDDON!
  • The Universe in 3/4 Time: A Novel of Old Europe

    by Leona Francombe
    When a mysterious World War II piano appears on a Brussels street one winter’s night, no one could have imagined the events it would set in motion—least of all Audrey Nightingale, the pianist who comes across it. The instrument, of finest rosewood, bears the name of an obscure Czech manufacturer, and inside it, someone carved a Pythagorean symbol. Audrey convinces two musician friends to help her make sense of this portentous discovery. At the heart of their quest is an extraordinary man: Kon... more
  • Everything Turns Invisible

    by Gerry Hadden
    Milo Prieto’s odd life begins with an equally odd twist: being adopted at birth by asylum-seeking Cuban musicians and growing up in an experimental housing project in the North Bronx. He’s white, his parents black, but he fits in even as he sticks out. He even shows early promise on the drums of his father. But an accident spells the end of everything. By 17 he finds himself abandoned and incarcerated. He wants nothing more than to die. To disappear. To become as invisible as he feels. And then ... more
  • Vandella

    by M. Ch. Landa

    How much are you willing to sacrifice for those who you love?

    Orphaned under mysterious circumstances and raised by her grandmother, Maia thinks she’s left her tragic past behind her. Now a dreamy seventeen-year-old, Maia longs to find true love with her high school crush when she receives the appalling news that her long-dormant Cancer has returned, not just to mess with her romantic plans, but to ruin her entire life.

    One night, during her stay at the hospital, Maia is vis... more

  • Sleeping Presidents

    by John Phillips
    Sleeping Presidents takes us inside the minds and dreams of the 45 men who have served the nation as President of the United States. This work of historical fiction was inspired by Walt Whitman’s poem, The Dreamers. Using the artist’s distinctive paintings and original prose, each chapter is devoted to a former president and features artwork not previously exhibited. Sleeping Presidents  explores the gulf between what we allow to be seen publicly and what we may be desperate to conceal, even ... more
  • The Sad Little Wildflower

    by Yvonne Morgan
    Do you ever wish you were someone else? The Sad Little Wildflower wishes she could be a beautiful pink rose instead of just a weed. After she meets Jesus, the sad little wildflower learns that she does have a purpose. Then our sad little wildflower finds out she can be happy just the way God made her. Jesus turns her into a sunny pink lady. God reminds all of us in Psalm 39:14 that "I am wonderfully made."
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