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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Escarpment

    by David Turri
  • Gators & Taters

    by Elaine Ambrose
    Celebrate the tradition of storytelling through this award-winning collection of seven short stories created to be read aloud to children. The book was one of 50 children's books selected for Bowker's National Recommended Reading List.
  • Artwork on Mind's Canvas

    by Shelley Vrgleski

    A wondrous explosion of thought in all its vibrant colors, taking you from pain-filled transformations to a fantastically euphoric sense of pleasure, culminating in random thought and the art of simply being.

    Artwork on Mind’s Canvas is Shelley Vrgleski's debut book of poetry with beautifully creative hand-drawn illustrations. Discover how each poem crafts a small part of the complete picture and that random thought consummates the journey – a journey into the senses tha... more

  • Pumpkinville

    by P. Holiday Gardner
    The struggles of a child actor's life during the 1980s while making a movie about the actor, Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle's childhood changes his path in life.
  • A Voice Beyond Reason

    by Matthew Félix

    A young Spaniard's awakening to his intuition
    gets him out of his head, so he can follow his heart.

    In his mountaintop village in southern Spain, Pablo's entire life seems planned out for him—his place, his vocation, his future. When family tragedy catapults him into an unconventional journey of self-discovery, everything he holds true is called into question. His hopes and dreams. His doubts and fears. His faith in something greater,... more

  • Terror Holiday

    by Colin Guest
    This book is based on the attempted coup in Turkey in July 2016, seen through the eyes of a fictitious English family on holiday there in Istanbul.
  • Midnight Sleeper: Visions of the Jazz Age

    by Raeder Lomax
    It is 1925, the depths of Prohibition. Bootleggers are bloodying the streets. Easy money and Wall Street insider trading are secretly picking its winners and losers. Lynchings and mob justice fatten the headlines. The Klu Klux Klan marches by the thousands while its leader poisons his mistress. The world seems to be in a tailspin, that is until a Southern woman of means and a Pullman Porter whose family had been slaves on her plantation meet and subvert conventions so each can get what's den... more
  • In His Time

    by CAROLEE RUSSELL
    This book was written for my niece, Gail, from a fragmented two page story she had written and wanted so much to see it in print. The yolk of the story is hers but I have created the rest of the egg, so to speak. It is about a Christian family who, with other families of similar values, broke from a wagon train headed west and settled in a secluded canyon to set up their farms and raise their families dedicated to the Lord. A severe two-year drought tests their faith and devotion. One young, ph... more
  • A Hero Dreams

    by Mark Ristau

    Devastated by his father’s sudden death, eight-year-old Ricky begins to see things—a ghostly silhouette in his bedroom window, a gruesome train accident involving four local teenagers, a terrorist attack that won’t occur for another twenty-five years. After a traumatic incident at a New England summer camp, the visions become more frequent, more vivid, and more disturbing. A mysterious voice assures him everything will be okay if he crosses the “threshold.” But j... more

  • Blame

    by Tony Holtzman
    Jason Pearce, a young geneticist, loses NIH support when his basic research falters. Though he and his attractive wife Audrey, legal counsel to Pearce’s university, disdain private, corporation support, he accepts an offer from a venture capital firm to take his research in a new direction: gene therapy to prevent Alzheimer’s Disease. As the research succeeds, Pearce’s disdain for private support diminishes—it enables him to buy a Lamborghini and build a new house in the country. Audrey become... more
  • What Could Possibly Go Wrong?: A Billy Bob Joe Block Adventure

    by Eldon N. Spady

    Billy Bob Joe Block, the basis of 'Gators, Goons & Guns on the Bayou is at it again. Along with assorted cousins and associates, they're pursuing their animal-control/security-consulting/reality-show production businesses in Louisiana bayous. In the process, they seemingly just accidentally, encounter many exciting, often deadly, and nearly always hilarious run-in with mob family and drug cartel operations and assassins.

    Add to this the bumbling interference from do-gooders who ... more

  • Nicole's New Friend

    by Dawn Brotherton
    Has Nicole found a nasty enemy…or a new friend? Nicole loves every moment she spends playing softball with her friends on the Lady Tigers fastpitch softball team. When her coach introduces a new girl, Nicole tries her best to welcome her onto the Lady Tigers. But Diana doesn’t seem interested in being friendly—or even polite. Nicole realizes that the team is infected with drama and negativity and Nicole finds herself dreading the practices she once loved. What will bring the team back together... more
  • This is Not a Test

    by Liv Wigen Carswell
    Sixteen year old Beth was ignorantly happy. That changed over spring break of her grade eleven year. Her mother kills herself, her boyfriend of over a year becomes abusive and she finds herself falling in love with a boy she just met. Being a teenager is hard enough as it is; add a dead mom to the mix, plus a younger sister to take care of and it becomes a living hell.
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    by Jim Reardon
  • Noble Chaos

    by Brent Green

    RYAN STERLING is a nineteen-year-old college junior traversing a moral switchback in 1969 and 1970.

    He protests the Vietnam War while weighing patriotic implications. He loses passion for education while remaining on the Dean’s List. He defies authority while conforming to group pressure. He experiments with drugs while resisting dependency. And still he devours philosophy and psychology to find meaning in his raging confusion.

    But conflict is the price of his search for und... more

  • WARRIOR: The Life and Lessons of A Man Who Beat Cancer for 57 Years

    by Brent Green

    A warrior who fought for life

    Perhaps a teacher cared enough about you to sound an alarm. Or a caring friend. Or maybe a medical professional urged you to drop a bad habit and live healthier. And then you changed.

    For Brent Green that life-change agent was Mark Crooks, a doctoral student in exercise physiology. After just one run with him through a city park, Brent cast off a seven-year cigarette habit and reoriented his thinking to wellness.

    In ho... more

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