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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Thunder, A Elephants Journey, book Two, Footprints in the Sand

    by Erik Daniel Shein and Melissa Davis
    One tiny elephant, one gigantic adventure… A search for adventure may get Thunder more than he bargained for. He never expected to find himself alone again, but the footprints left by his mother will be his guide to healing and finding his way. On his journey he finds himself making some new friends: Razor, a grumpy lion; Dash, a speedy genet; Archie, a chatty lizard, and two whimsical gorillas, Harold and Neville. A trip back to the caves reunites Thunder with old friends, and together the... more
  • Wendell Learns a Lesson

    by Steve Kranz
    Wendell and George are back! Wendell loves to golf, but he's still learning how. One day, he makes a mistake and realizes how much he still has to learn!
  • The Golfing Bee

    by Steve Kranz
    One bright sunny day, a bee noticed something unusual. As he started to investigate, he discovered something amazing!
  • Honor and Destiny

    by Stephen Grant Meyer

    Honor and Destiny recounts Thomas Walker’s experiences as a youth in the War of 1812. Thomas’ story is also America’s story, a story of principle and patriotism, conflict and compassion, as the young man and the young nation face existential trials and learn essential lessons, enabling them to prove their honor and achieve their destiny.

         

    The story begins when Thomas’ uncle asks the Nashville youth to join him as his a... more

  • Coming First (The Woman First Chronicles Book 1)

    by Francine Scott
    The morning Jane Cunningham arrived back in Scotland in the summer of 1997, she could hardly have been aware of the changes that had taken place in her five year absence. The pace of London life had seemed frenzied by comparison, making it hard to keep in touch. Had she been home more, she might have been better informed of how much her consistent approach to marital relations now differed to that of her closest friends. The embrace with which Kate greeted her on the platform of Waverley Station... more
  • Blue Dust Days

    by Laura McGrail
    Dessie and her brother Lem live a hard-scrabble life in an Eastern Kentucky coal mining town during the Great Depression. When their house burns down, Lem must become a miner -- a fate far different from his dream of working with horses. Determined to help Lem escape the mine, Dessie leads him to Lexington and jobs as stable hands at Rutledge Farms. There, Dessie and Lem become entangled in mysterious events centered on Star of Destiny, an emotionally-damaged thoroughbred in training for the ... more
  • Snake

    by Edward Arruns Mulhorn
    The ley is a world apart. A paradise, a prison. A raw and elemental wilderness; a place of lost innocence. Bowing to seasons, to wind and to fire, to the shocks that nature thrusts upon it. Within its labyrinth of reed, creatures search and stumble blind. Vengeful, beautiful, unforgiving. Living and thriving, surviving and dying, feeding off themselves. Into this merciless world the girl is lured irresistibly. She is drawn to it, repelled by it, drowned in its subterfuge and shame. T... more
  • BIG & Fabulous, The Life and Times of Brenda Cankles

    by Randi Sherman
    Imperfect, impervious and improving Brenda Cankles is an unlikely heroine. Unfazed by the enduring censure of society, she is determined to realize the fabulous life that she has always believed is her destiny.
  • The Lion and the Fox: A Novel of Machiavelli's Florence

    by Sylvia Prince
    Exiled, isolated, and depressed, Niccolo Machiavelli longs to return to power at any cost—but with the threat of torture still hanging over his head, Niccolo must bend to the will of the powerful Medici family. When a mysterious letter sends him to investigate the murder of a Medici, Niccolo stumbles into a dangerous world of rich young patricians, mysterious prostitutes, and shocking violence. Set against the vibrant backdrop of Renaissance Florence, Machiavelli must rely on his wits to n... more
  • The Zorzi Affair: A Novel of Galileo's Italy

    by Sylvia Prince
    In the rich world of Renaissance Venice, daughters are valuable commodities. But Zaneta Lucia refuses to be bartered away on the marriage market. Instead, she flees to Padua to study science. The only catch: she has to disguise herself as a boy to enroll at the university. Her new life seems perfect, but it can't last forever.
  • On the Shoulders of Giants

    by Malcolm Ivey
    \tThe last time Izzy saw his mother’s trailer was through the rear window of a Dodge Aries driven by a social worker with the Florida Division of Children and Families. He was four years old. He spent the remainder of his childhood bouncing around the state foster care system. Always the outsider, introverted and awkward, he assumed he was exempt from things like friendship and love … until he met Scarlett McGhee. \tPharaoh Sinclair was born in a women’s correctional facility. The illegitimate ... more
  • Redeeming Grace

    by Smoky Zeidel
    It’s the early twentieth century, and the tragic deaths of her mother and two younger siblings have left Grace Harmon responsible for raising her sister Miriam and protecting her from their abusive father Luther, a zealot preacher with a penchant for speaking in Biblical verse who is on a downward spiral toward insanity. In the midst of his delusions, Luther believes God has abandoned him and devises a plan to get back into His good graces—a plan that puts both his daughters’ lives in danger and... more
  • Flowers in the Snow (Betty's Book) (The Edenville Series) (Volume 1)

    by Danielle Stewart
    If you step across the threshold of Betty Grafton’s house, you can be sure of two things: she’ll feed you until you’re ready to bust and she’ll love you before you even realize you’re worthy of it. As sad news forces her to relive the darkest moments of her life, Betty decides to share the story with those she loves. Revealing the hard truth about growing up in the South during the 1960’s is difficult but necessary. She tells the tale of how an unlikely friendship shaped her into the wom... more
  • What Beauty Tells Me

    by David Vigoda
    THE INNOCENT ALONE CRAVE JUSTICE \tAs a historic travesty of justice, the Dreyfus Affair may rank second only to the trial of Joan of Arc; in drama and significance, however, it was second to none. Meet the extraordinary actors in this twelve-year drama and the extraordinary ordeals they, and the entire nation, variously perpetrated and endured. SUZIE’S HORSE, AN OPERA MY HEART AIN’T BROKEN, IT’S JUST TAKING A BREAK CAMESTRES AND FELAPTON \tThree stories about three people passionately de... more
  • Jumbo Rabbit

    by Shelagh Watkins
    Jumbo Rabbit is the story of a small, grey rabbit who goes across the meadow with his sisters and brothers to raid Mrs. Grower's cabbage patch. When caught in the act, the rabbits scurry away and Jumbo falls behind. Then he has to find his own way home!
  • Hollywood Deception (Hollywood Headlines Mysteries Book 4)

    by Anna Snow
    From #1 Kindle, New York Times, and USA Today bestselling author Gemma Halliday & Anna Snow... Tabloid reporter Allie Quick thinks she has the hottest story in Hollywood when she lands an exclusive with the scandalous Bobby Baxter—host of the exposé TV show Bobby Tells All. But when Bobby turns up dead just hours before her interview, Allie wonders just whom he was planning to “tell all” about. Between an angry fan, a crew full of disgruntled employees, an estranged wife, and a list of secre... more

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