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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Death at the Edge of the Diamond

    by Paul H. Raymer
    Growing up is hard. Decisions and distractions pile on. Jon Megquire intended to enjoy playing in the Cape Cod Baseball League in the summer of 1979 while he tickled his future. But it didn’t turn out the way he expected. He expected to have a fun, Cape Cod summer. Then he could consider growing up and seeking an answer to the age-old question, “So what are you going to do now?” He did not expect building science and murder.
  • The Rez

    by G. Michael Madison
    A coming of age saga follows two generations of a tribe on the American Indian reservations of the turbulent 60s and 70s and their struggle through civil unrest, racism, poverty, and Vietnam. The male and female characters, from two generations and three races that live on the reservation, struggle to find their own paths as their tribe and the nation do the same. Drawing from personal experiences, writer G. Madison, a Native American and Vietnam Vet, brings to life traditional storytelling, fam... more
  • Unbound A Novel

    by Teri Davis
    To survive the bitter struggles of the Great Depression, folks did what they had to do to get by. In 1936, in a small rural town in western Ohio, a desperate stranger knocks on the door late one night. What he has to do upheaves the lives of two young boys. Complicated circumstances wrench the boys apart, hurl them back together, and challenge their brotherly bonds. Just when they think they’ve regained their footing, the Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor. The United States enters World War II, singein... more
  • Over the Right Field Wall

    by GP Hutchinson

    In 1891, Rory Fitzgerald's errant homerun ball lands two celebrities in Baltimore Harbor and the hapless baseball hero in hot water!

    "...a wonderfully interesting and romantic story. Any reader who likes baseball, American historical fiction or a good romance story will enjoy this book." --Karen Walpole for Readers' Favorite

    Player-manager Rory Fitzgerald's 1891 Richmond Elite Professional Baseball Club enjoys an abundance of talent... more

  • Unsaid

    by Asmita Rajiv
    As I crossed over to the other side of forty, I found myself in a constant battle with my mind over several own-created issues of self-worth. On one such day, as I sat under a beautiful, half-naked maple tree, I found myself in the middle of a stark contradiction between the ethereal beauty of nature and dark shadows of my emotions. As I tried to make peace between the two, my eyes fell on a fallen autumn leaf. There, it lay.. Quivering yet unafraid  completely devoid of any shame It let the ... more
  • Reno Carrigan: Lawman

    by GP Hutchinson

    Two lively, classic-style Western tales from award-winning author GP Hutchinson! 

    "Reno Carrigan: Lawman" includes "The Reckoning" and "A Dead Amigo." Both are rugged, high-action yarns from a master storyteller!

    "The Reckoning" Reno Carrigan Westerns Book 1

    When Reno Carrigan's young wife and sister-in-law are brutally murdered and the local law will give ... more

  • Cimarron's Law

    by GP Hutchinson

    A bushwhacked Wild-West-show entrepreneur must prove he's no mere dime-novel hero. Either that or lose everything he holds dear.

    "Hutchinson's plot is ingenious and brimming with the unpredictable, and his characters are well defined." - Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite

    Cimarron Jack Wheatley is just wrapping up a tremendously successful first tour with his very own highly acclaimed "Real Wild West Extravaganza," when his show is s... more

  • The Lonely Excavator

    by Michael Woodard
    Come on an adventure with Evan the lonely excavator as he searches near and far for his friends. Find the hidden picture on each page. Children will have fun following Evan from place to place and actively searching for the hidden rock. Perfect for children ages 2 to 5.
  • The Little Boy Who Wouldn't Eat Cheesecake

    by Christina Myers
    While World War II is changing the world in major ways, a young boy named Roger finds himself in a different kind of fight—a battle within himself—as he tries to muster up the courage to sample a bite of cheesecake. Yes, that’s right, cheesecake. You see, Roger can't understand how cheese, regularly eaten in his favorite grilled sandwiches, could possibly taste good in cake. He is quite disturbed that others not only find this oddity acceptable but also say it’s delicious. The Little Boy Who W... more
  • Dreaming of Rocky Mountain National Park

    by Grant Collier
    "Dreaming of California" tells the story of Pandora the Pelican, who does not want to go to sleep. But when she does doze off, she dreams that she can travel back in time. Pandora goes on exciting journeys and sees ancient sea creatures, saber-toothed cats, giant sloths, and Native Americans. Each of Pandora's adventures is based on real events that occurred in California.
  • Dreaming of California

    by Grant Collier
    "Dreaming of California" tells the story of Pandora the Pelican, who does not want to go to sleep. But when she does doze off, she dreams that she can travel back in time. Pandora goes on exciting journeys and sees ancient sea creatures, saber-toothed cats, giant sloths, and Native Americans. Each of Pandora's adventures is based on real events that occurred in California.
  • Blood & Water

    by Valerie Harms
    My novel, Blood & Water, is a tale of romance, tragedy, and feuding that plays out between 30-year-old Diane, her live-in partner, Robbie, a conflicted Native American, Diane’s father, Jake Grant, a distinguished and respected rancher of the old West, and their wealthy neighbor, Ron Johnson who steals water from the creek that runs through both properties. The action escalates from animal killing, battle over water rights to racial murder, to resolution.
  • Adventure in Machu Picchu

    by Mildzy Mujica
    An exciting time travel adventure in Machu Picchu. A terrible earthquake will happen soon. To save the city, Kianna must find the sacred animals of the Incas. Join the condor, the puma, and the snake on this quest! Beautifully illustrated, this picture book will delight children with the secrets of Machu Picchu, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. It also reflects on the importance of Balance of Nature.
  • Norvel: An American Hero

    by Kenneth F. Conklin
    Norvel Lee spent his childhood in a rustic, segregated Black community nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. His father was a day laborer for the railroad while his mother expected her children to get an education and become involved in community affairs. In spite of obstacles such as Virginia's Jim Crow laws, limited schooling opportunities, and a speech impediment, Norvel's life journey led to exceptional accomplishments in the larger world. After high school he was selected for fl... more
  • They Came Here Looking for Light: The Plattsville Stories

    by Gerry Stanek

    They Came Here Looking for Light: The Plattsville Stories is a 2019 collection of gritty tales set in a fictional mining town in Western Pennsylvania. Plattsville Stories is brutal and affectionate, a realistic rendering of life in the Allegheny Mountains.

  • Indigo's Key

    by K.A. Fleming
    A new clue is uncovered from the Vatican and goes on public display, which turns Indigo’s quest into a race around the world, barely one step ahead of the invisible Sandmen and the Bendy Man, armed with: her wits, karate training, a Swiss Army knife, 700 years of clues and the help of a very curious street urchin.

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