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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Army Girl

    by Honey Shah
    The Army Girl is not just a book but a long term dream realized little late. This book is about an army girl and her struggles, restrictions and dilemmas. It is a mix of romance, drama and action. The Army Girl is a story about a girl named Mitali Bharadwaj who is a secret Military Intelligence agent working in disguise as a Marketing Head in a MNC. The story revolves around Capt. Mitali, people who love her, people she care about and her secret operations as an agent. It talks about the relatio... more
  • A Slow Waltz, Book 3 of Dancing through Life Series

    by Patricia M. Robertson
    It's been over a year and yet Dale still feels numb, like he is only half alive. Meanwhile, Ava is running away from her past and Kathleen struggles to keep the dance studio, Joy's legacy, alive amidst mounting bills. The road to healing from loss is a slow one, sometimes going backward and sideways before going forward. Sometimes the biggest barrier to healing lies within us. Join Dale, Kathleen, Ava and others as they journey through the road to forgiveness and healing. A book for anyone... more
  • Still Dancing, Book 2 Dancing through Life Series

    by Patricia M. Robertson
    Some phone calls we love, others we hate ... Like the calls Pastor Joe receives from his daughter's school and the one Dale receives at work, letting him know his wife, Joy, had fallen and was in route to the hospital by ambulance. Could her cancer be back? Despite all of her struggles, Joy continues to dance amidst the hardships of life. Share in one family's struggle with cancer and how it challenges their faith in book 2 of the Dancing through Life Series.
  • Beginnings, Middles and Endings

    by S. D. Turner
    While growing up privileged in 1950s upstate New York, young Lippa Broadbent struggles with all that accompanies having a mentally ill parent. As her mother battles inner demons, Lippa must find a way to see a brighter future while trapped within the confines of her uncertain world. It is 1978 as Lippa approaches mid-life. Now a trial attorney in an era unaccustomed to female lawyers, she feels sullied by a recent case, resigns, withdraws to a life of domesticity among Manhattan's professiona... more
  • Coward: A Novel

    by Corey Croft
    Sam is not a coward; he is a perfect coward. He is depressed, lonely and all but set on living out his life in numb mediocrity. Lucy is a strange and powerful man with a bizarre and nefarious interest in Sammy. After a ‘chance’ meeting, Lucy gifts Sam with abilities far greater than anything his uncreative imagination could’ve ever dreamed of. For his part, Sam must learn to control this mysterious power by either rising above his weaknesses or giving in to them entirely.
  • Fat Boy

    by Joseph Cobb

    Way out west, in the tumbling greens of England, something’s going down. Two boys attempt an escape from the clutches of their poisonous parents… A good policeman fights to sidestep the corruption that blows like hellfire down his neck… A calamitous filmmaker and her witless lead actor scramble desperately to overcome their mucky pasts and make a Hollywood hit… A trio of nude-nutted nasties thrash their way through the picturesque countryside, collecting debts but f... more

  • The Night Chorus

    by Niki Knaub

    Something magical happens when a group of musical bugs unite at nightfall. 

  • And Then I Met Elvis...

    by Douglas Bari
    13-year-old Tim is angry. Angry at his destructive alcoholic mother. Angry he doesn't have a dad. Angry at having to move into a trailer park. Angry at being forced to enter a new school 2 weeks before the start of summer vacation. Then there's the trio of bullies who latched onto the new kid immediately. Tim has nothing going for him. Until the day he makes a friend he nicknames Elvis. Tim comes of age, turning 14 in July of 1969. During the summer, Tim and Elvis bond through a series of encoun... more
  • Don't Drink the Pink

    by B.C.R. Fegan
    Follow the special relationship between Madeline and her Grandfather as they both grow and share in the most magical birthday experiences. Filled with secrets to uncover and brimming with imagination, Don't Drink the Pink explores a number of basic concepts including colors, numbers and the reality of growing older.
  • Caterpillar Cat

    by Louise T W Lucas
    Caterpillar Cat is a delightful and entertaining story about a stray cat and a little girl called Rose. Rose first sees Caterpillar Cat walking along the snowy rooftops outside her bedroom window. Caterpillar Cat is cold and lonely. What will Rose and her mum do to help, and how did Caterpillar Cat get her name? Based on a true story.
  • Press Attention

    by Louise T W Lucas
    So, you want front page news coverage? Then you need to put on a show. In this case, a fashion show. With much to organise and excitement mounting, we follow Eva, the owner of a small town boutique, through the highs (and a fair amount of lows), as she works her way from booking the venue, right through to the final performance. It's a comedy of errors. So will it be all right on the night? What do the papers say when the stardust settles? Read all about it!
  • Hungary For Adventure

    by Louise T W Lucas
    Divorced, and finding life rather dull, Tiffany decides to make a move. One that will take her to Hungary with a man she has only recently met on an internet dating site. The rest of the family think she's lost the plot. Who leaves their cosy life in a leafy Dorset village to venture out over the border on into unknown territory? Eva certainly wouldn't, and neither would the rest of the family. Head of which, is the mother. Since the (not considered very tragic), death of her husband, she... more
  • Lies & Revelations

    by Louise T W Lucas
    Zeta May is a complex young woman failing to fully assimilate with the world around her. When a young family move into the cottage next door, Zeta feels both anxious and resentful. Lilly lived there, and then she died. Her fascination with the new neighbours, and an intuitive dislike of the father, Ray, trigger a series of life-changing events. Zeta's only real family is Angie, and Angie has decided that it's time Zeta was confronted with the truth about the tragic day that altered the ent... more
  • The keepers of the black cave

    by Hanit Pahima
    Some say history repeats itself. Some even say that events repeat themselves in a timeless loop. Nicole and her brothers do not know for sure. But they do know that sometimes when history repeats itself, things can go wrong, and they’re here to fix that. What would have happened if JFK had remained alive? What would happen if Elvis didn’t really die? What would change if one more boy had died in the Holocaust? Nicole and her brothers are there for only one purpose, to make sure history rep... more
  • The Strongest Boy

    by Renee Irving Lee
    Max believes he is the strongest boy in the world. He can do all sorts of tough tricks, like showing off his strong muscles, jumping off the furniture, pushing people over and even breaking things. His cheeky pet bird, Bruce tells him just how strong he is too. One day, they both go to a birthday party and Max thinks he is the strongest, mightiest, coolest kid there. But why was everyone mad at him? The Strongest Boy redefines masculinity in a subtle,yet engaging way for young readers. Fol... more
  • The Sound of Sunrise: A Novel

    by Jay Grewal
    If you look up the word 'Deaf' in the dictionary, you'll see that it has two definitions: Partially or wholly deprived of the sense of hearing; and second, refusing to listen, heed, or be persuaded; unreasonable or unyielding. Unfortunately for Adrian Pope, he personifies both definitions of the word. After his convoy is overturned in Afghanistan by an explosive device, Adrian loses his hearing and suffers a severe case of PTSD. We catch up with him two years after his accident and witness his j... more