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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Sex, Drugs & Corruption: Welcome to Peru

    by Chad Vegas
    This is the adrenaline filled story of two carpenters from California who end up taking on the Peruvian government. Faced with losing their property in the jungle to corrupt officials, they start growing medical marijuana to make ends meet. This keeps them in the fight, but it puts their lives at risk. As the court case progresses, they accidentally uncover an unprecedented amount of corruption. Join them on this dangerous journey as they frantically search for justice…
  • Truck Stop Love

    by Cara Duryea
    Two teenage runaways navigate the landscape of truck stops with a backdrop of addiction, mental illness and lost connections in this coming-of-age story that takes place on the road. One becomes a traveling minister and the other one becomes a killer, both in pursuit of the other in the name of true love.
  • Rage and Mercy: Part One

    by Scott Dresden
    Sayer didn't expect his life to go any further than wherever his wealthy clients told him to drive to, until he worked for Diana Westcherry. The young, beautiful, epileptic woman stubbornly imposes her kindness on Sayer, exposing a life that could’ve been, if she'd been his mother. Through Diana, Sayer learns that nothing determines a man's life more than the mother he was born from. And when drug fiends murder her for purse change, Sayer will slaughter all of them to immortalize her, the mother... more
  • Shadows, Shells, and Spain

    by John Meyer
    Lost and listless on the island of Mallorca, Jamie Draper searches for his estranged wife, Pam, who has left him without any explanation or warning. Exploring her last known location, Jamie stumbles upon an urgent letter from his missing wife promising full disclosure as to her sudden departure and her current whereabouts. There’s just one catch: her mysterious adventure is disclosed in a series of letters she’s left hidden along the ancient Camino trail across northern Spain. Now armed with a l... more
  • Secrets Lost

    by Marcia Breece
    A strange impulse compels Morgan Hill to purchase a rundown llama ranch in rural Western Washington. One morning, as a thunderstorm erupts beyond the round attic window as Morgan explores the contents of a forgotten old trunk. Wearing the mystical spectacles she finds inside Morgan begins to see a new reality.
  • Dangerous Medicine

    by Jeff Stookey

    Dangerous Medicine, Book 3 of Medicine for the Blues trilogy, follows Carl Holman's struggles to navigate his medical career in Portland while facing social and personal obstacles from the KKK, society, and other dangers.

  • Chicago Blues

    by Jeff Stookey

    Jimmy Harper arrives in Chicago with the Diggs Monroe Jazz Orchestra, seeking fame and fortune. Instead he descends into the jazz underworld where he becomes entangled in dark dealings with a sinister mob boss and in an erotic affair with a black drag performer. In this unfamiliar world, Jimmy begins to question whether he can trust anyone, even his old band members.

    The trilogy Medicine for the Blues explores the complexities of gender and sexuality through the historical lens of the e... more

  • Bulls, Bands, and London

    by John Meyer
    Neil Jarvis believes that the wild and sexy Jordan is the best thing in his otherwise predictable life. So when she mysteriously disappears in England after their first big fight, he drops everything in order to search for her and win back her heart. Now while his journey begins in the rock 'n' roll wonderland of London, it unexpectedly leads him to the chaotic debauchery of Pamplona's San Fermin Festival. And that's where salacious secrets are uncovered that inevitably test Neil and Jordan's ro... more
  • Bullets, Butterflies, and Italy

    by John Meyer
    Zack Curtis truly dreads his thirtieth birthday. Estranged from his family and friends, he hopes his trip to Italy will lift his spirits and trigger the inspiration for a happier life. But he soon offends an elusive mobster who threatens to turn his dream trip into a nightmare. From the splendor of Amalfi, to the grandeur of Rome, to the pageantry of Siena during its Palio Festival, John Meyer presents a unique travel memoir that masterfully combines a love story with an exhilarating adventure. ... more
  • Color Me Georgi

    by MONIQUE M. MCCULLOUGH
    I'm NAAAAAKEDDDD!!! Georgi is a sweet, playful flower who finds herself in the flowerbed without any colors. She has lots of friends, including Mrs. Sun and Mr. Ocean, who are willing to lend her some of their colors. But she needs your help to make it happen. See what unfolds, page by page, as children close their eyes and use their vivid imaginations to make Georgi a spectacular masterpiece! This unique, creative and interactive picture book not only shows children the power of their min... more
  • Strong Ambitions

    by GP Hutchinson

    Tiny, yet prospering Benficklin, Texas, wants a clean, respectable town marshal to safeguard their pristine community from the kind of riffraff that turned neighboring Santa Angela into a raucous string of blood-spattered saloons and bawdy sporting houses. Former Texas Ranger Emmett Strong seems to be just the man Benficklin’s town fathers are looking for, once they’re satisfied that his Chinese wife, Li, is “sufficiently civilized.”

    Reputations aside, Benficklin... more

  • Maggie's Dream

    by Leslie Tall Manning

    When World War II drags Maggie Lerner’s husband off to Europe, Maggie joins the workforce as one of America’s Rosies. Though she savors her freedom, she is haunted by a dream that leads her to believe something terrible will happen to her husband. After the war, Sam returns home unscathed, and Maggie, who once again takes her place as a doctor’s wife, believes the dream will disappear. Instead, it evolves into an all-consuming world where Maggie is admired for her strength; ... more

  • The Two Gates

    by Ken Davenport
    November 22, 1963. President John F. Kennedy is shot in Dallas. Through a twist of fate, he survives. Political intrigue and infighting roils Washington in the wake of the assassination attempt, and a wounded President John F. Kennedy faces a growing crisis in Vietnam that threatens America’s Cold War strategy. The president doesn’t trust the information he is getting from Saigon, where the military is engaged in a shadow operation to make things seem better than they really are. So he tur... more
  • Kala's Choice

    by Marcia Breece
    When an American executive meets one of Mumbai’s many street children, their unlikely connection leads to remarkable changes in the lives of many different people—including their own.
  • Acquaintance

    by Jeff Stookey
    As a young doctor, Carl Holman has experienced the horrors of World War I and the death of his lover, a fellow officer. Back home after the war, he befriends a young jazz musician who he hopes will become a companion he can share his life with. But this is Oregon: the Ku Klux Klan is gaining influence, homosexual acts are illegal, and such a relationship will jeopardize Carl’s promising medical career. Musician Jimmy Harper has his own dreams for the future and his own obstacles to overcome befo... more
  • The Pumpkin and the Worms

    by Krasimir Karamfilov
    An arrogant and conceited pumpkin decides to become the biggest pumpkin in a field. When it asks the worms for help to achieve its goal, the worms help it, only to find themselves in trouble later. Needing help, the worms ask the pumpkin to return the favor. The pumpkin refuses. The worms have no choice but to fight for their lives and restore the balance in the field.

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