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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Angel of Mercy

    by Melina Druga
    Hettie Steward is feisty, educated, ambitious and stubborn. Hettie marries the love of her life, Geoffrey Bartlette, in spring 1914, but has difficulty accepting that marriage means sacrificing her beloved nursing career. When the Great War begins, Geoffrey enlists and Hettie eagerly accepts an opportunity to join the Canadian Army Nursing Service. Although she’s nervous about the war, returning to work was exactly what she had been craving. The old adage “be careful what you wish for, you... more
  • Aruka-Shoo

    by Bintou Dibba
    Aruka-Shoo is kind, but he often seems to upset his family with his impulsive behavior. The young boy soon gets a taste of his own medicine (understands his own actions) when he meets the mischievous monkey, Abubu. An encounter that shows Aruka-Shoo the power of his actions and teaches him to be considerate of other people's feelings.
  • Good Buddy

    by Dori Ann Dupre

    Jonathan “Buddy” Cordova is a small time criminal defense lawyer living paycheck to paycheck and practicing law out of his house in Fayetteville, North Carolina. He likes to think of himself as a modern day Atticus Finch, the kind of attorney who represents the poor, the indigent, the “probably guilty,” the kinds of clients who usually end up in jail. Shy, painfully awkward around pretty women, and carrying his own dark secret, Buddy falls for the daily jogger - Julie ... more

  • The Soulful Adventure of Spencer, the Soft-hearted Seal

    by Margaret Lepera
    Author explores mindfulness, positive thinking, and wildlife protection in new children’s story “The Soulful Adventure of Spencer, the Soft-hearted Seal” chapter book, designed for children 6-9, is a sweet, heartfelt story of an 8-day old baby seal pup who tumbles down the side of a big hill in a gust of icy wind, and becomes lost after being separated from his brother. A mini hero’s journey, the pup struggles to find his way home, even though he feels small and unsure of himself as a baby... more
  • Scout's Honor

    by Dori Ann Dupre

    2016 Readers Favorite International Book Award Bronze Medalist - Southern Fiction, 2017 Eric Hoffer Book Awards - Finalist.

    In Haddleboro, North Carolina, Scout Webb is a 14 year old kind and spirited small town southern girl and a tomboy much like her namesake, the young narrator from her mother’s favorite book. With both her name and her Christian faith deeply woven into the fabric of her identity, Scout always felt like she had a lot to live up to and was the ... more

  • Lift Off!

    by Vivian Zems
    Lift Off! is a poetry chapbook of uplifting poems that savour the fruits of life, allowing you to revel in those small victories. Life is too short not to celebrate triumphs..... and this collection doesn’t hesitate to examine our challenges while at the same time providing a balm to the spirit and a calm to the soul. There are strong echoes of victory, whispers of magic spells and murmurs of prayer. However these poems impact you, they will cause you to lift your head, see the sky, dare to drea... more
  • The Adventures of Polo the Bear - a story of climate change

    by Alan J. Hesse
    A young polar bear set adrift on a melting iceberg is eventually cast into the sea, where he has the good fortune of taking possession of a small boat. Drifting with the currents and at the mercy of storms but also helped along his way by sympathetic humans, the bear makes his journey around the world, and witnesses not only the impacts of climate change but also the actions being implemented for mitigation and adaptation.
  • 9780578438146

    by Milly J

    Have you been spending your time chasing after relationships that end up not working out? Have you been left alone, and hurt? Ever wonder whe... more

  • 9781729832301

    by Gerald L. Guy
    When a dying stranger slips a mysterious map into the hands of young Gus McIntyre, 15, it sets he and his friends on an incredible journey to find the hidden wealth of Mexican Emperor Ferdinand Maximillian. Government agents and ruthless vigilantes from the Ku Klux Klan want the gold, too. When his life and the lives of those he cares most for are threatene4d, where will Gus run to avoid danger? Will his race to find the treasure end in hardship or happiness?
  • Dear Comrade Novák (Novák Saga Book 1)

    by Silvia Hildebrandt
    "There is no such thing as a private life in the Socialist Republic. There is no such thing as a homosexual. No such thing as love. Not a single case of AIDS occurred in the East. Those corrupt Western ideas simply don't exist in a perfect world." A story about conspiracy and revolution, love and hate, and the strong power of friendship. In 1980s communist Romania, three school graduates form an unusual friendship: young Attila, who's in love with his 45-year-old teacher; Tiberius, son o... more
  • The Reinvention of Janey

    by JC Patrick
    Meet Janey Jones, the fanciful and loveable "Plain Jane" of Los Angeles, who's been living style-less and dateless in one of the most exciting cities of the world. Her best friends - Sasha, Delilah, and Drew - seem to tap dance through life, while Janey lives a miserable existence at The Heston Agency, patiently waiting for her heart's desire Hunter Williams to finally notice her. As she turns the corner into a new decade, Janey's desperate for an overhaul and thus jumps headfirst into becomi... more
  • The Bear, the Bull, and the Child of Light

    by Mary Settegast
    The story takes place in 6350 BC in the land we now call Turkey. The tumultuous changes that were taking place around the Mediterranean are seen here through the eyes of a boy who was born into a family of hunter-foragers. While still young, Tuli is enslaved and taken to live among the obsidian masters of Catalhoyuk, a settlement of some 8,000 people that becomes more baffling as archaeological technologies become more precise. As he moves from one world into another, Tuli becomes acutely aware ... more
  • A TERRIBLE LOYALTY: A World War II Submarine Novel

    by William Roskey
    "A Terrible Loyalty" is historical fiction set in the Pacific in the early days of WWII. When the Pacific Fleet was largely destroyed on December 7, submarines were all the U.S. had left to bring the war to the Japanese, but the torpedoes they had were defective. Torn between using the faulty weapons or disobeying orders and modifying them against orders so they would work, sub skippers had a difficult moral choice to make. Divided loyalty is the theme of the book and, when one must choose be... more
  • The Library War

    by Cecily Wolfe
    Will their friendship survive the library war? Connor and Maya have volunteered at the neighborhood library together since middle school, but when a grant makes a paid summer position available, their friendship crumbles as they compete to prove which of them is more worthy of the job.
  • Fortes And Foibles

    by Jonathan Land Evans

    The book is a collection of short literary fiction, a mixture of what I have dubbed Tales (traditional stories) and Trifles (shorter, usually more humorous, pieces). The settings range from England to the USA to Bermuda and to the West Indies, in times ranging from the early Twentieth Century to the present day. It is the latest in a series of recent short story collections, including Ragbag (which was reviewed by Kirkus Reviews in 2018). Fortes And Foibles inc... more

  • Reckless Treasure

    by Cecily Wolfe

    (retelling of the Henry James classic, The Awkward Age)

    When her mother is sleeping with the man she loves, what's a girl to do? Francesca is weeks away from high school graduation and the hope of escaping her self-centered, grasping family - her trashy mother and hustling twin brother. While her crush on their older neighbor holds her attention, she is blind to what everyone else can clearly see, the love her best friend Mitch carries in his heart for her. When her dead grandmother... more

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