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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Black and White

    by Ben Burgess Jr
    When the prestigious law firm of Wayne, Rothstein, and Lincoln catches two major cases—a rape case where a White NBA star allegedly raped a Black stripper, and a murder case where a Black rapper allegedly killed a gay couple and two policemen—Bill O'Neil and Ben Turner are tasked to handle these racially charged litigations. The cases hit emotional chords with the two lawyers and force them to reckon with their interracial relationships and families. Will the racial tension of their cases destro... more
  • Daddy's Girl

    by Ben Burgess Jr
    Nick Johnson has always been an underachieving, borderline alcoholic. He soon finds himself in over his head when his affair with Vickie, an unhappily married homemaker, results in an accidental pregnancy. Vickie abandons Nick to raise their biracial daughter, Lynn, alone. Overwhelmed by the difficulties of single fatherhood and seeking comfort and help for himself in that stressful journey, Nick dates numerous women who will change his life forever. Will raising Lynn force him to mature? Can a ... more
  • The Bennett Women

    by Roberta R. Carr
    The Bennett Women is an absorbing portrayal of three women who are at a crossroad with one another and the world around them. Muriel Bennett is a feisty eighty-two-year-old artist who is struggling to maintain her independence. For the past forty-five years, she has happily resided at her Oregon lakefront home. She wants to live on her terms but soon discovers how little control she has over her life. Susanne Bennett is a fifty-four-year-old CEO of a Fortune 500 technology company located i... more
  • Solahütte

    by Steven Donahue
    Naive SS officer Blaz Schaffer is assigned guard duty at Auschwitz in Poland in 1944 after suffering an injury in battle. While stationed at the camp, he visits Solahütte, a nearby resort for German personnel, and he falls in love with Sara, a worker at the lodge. Schaffer clashes with his fellow soldiers over their ruthless treatment of the camp prisoners, particularly the head guard, Wilhelm Gratzfirmer, a psychopathic Nazi who enjoys torturing and murdering the captives. He also runs afou... more
  • THE NIGHT BRIDE

    by WILLIAM CADE
    THE NIGHT BRIDE is a scandalous and lurid retelling of our earliest creation stories. The epic tale of LILIT, the first of all women, who flees paradise to escape the brutality of man and searches the ancient world for the love that makes life worth living. But Lilit is seduced and then abandoned by the guile of the demonic Samael. Infected by Evil, the venom of the viper transforms her into a skin-shifter, a bride to the night. Cursed to live by possessing the bodies of other women, Lilit... more
  • The Infidel Next Door

    by Rajat Mitra
    The Infidel Next Door is a saga of the undying spirit of a man while facing loss and betrayal in the name of religious persecution. It is set in the period before the seventh and last exodus of Hindus from Kashmir in 1989. When Aditya, a Hindu priest, is asked to go back to a temple in Kashmir where his ancestor was killed for refusing to convert to Islam, he decides he must go. Though the attacks - both on his family and on the temple - occurred three centuries ago, the wounds are yet to heal.... more
  • The Writer's Bloom

    by Neha Katyal
    ‘The Writer’s Bloom’ is a talent extravaganza showcasing a writing reality competition for the first time in New York. But, the extravaganza ain’t any normal reality competition. Dr. Rodger Anderson, an eminent scientist and writer launches the show to solve the biggest question on earth- ‘How to live?’ And the hunt ain’t a normal one too, but a hunt in parallel worlds, through a mechanism invented by him. Saanvi, the protagonist, along with fifteen other participants sets out on an audaci... more
  • PILGRIMAGE ON THE PATH OF LOVE

    by Barbara Ann Briggs
    This work of visionary fiction is the story of a woman of great courage who travels alone to India in search of fulfillment. Her desire for a fulfilling relationship through human love is transmuted into an eternal relationship with God. Living very simply in a Himalayan hill station, she meets people from all over the world who share their wisdom of life. While recuperating from a sprained ankle in a Buddhist monastery, she experiences a deepening of faith in the eternal harmony of creation. Fi... more
  • The Neanderthal Chronicles

    by Oliver Reveere
    Book 1 is a work of historical fiction entitled 'Homo Patrius'. The main character, Oliver Brennan, is a university professor who is very motivated to find answers about human origins. Having obtained new information about Neanderthals, he shares this with his students. However powerful members of the Evolution Establishment don't appreciate his views, particularly those showing scientific proofs that Neanderthals had longevities spanning hundreds of years. They make sure he gets fired. Rec... more
  • Miss Marble's Backyard Critters

    by pat brooks
    The critters in the backyard are busy foraging, hunting,fighting and playing. Thank goodness for MIss Marble, who makes sure that Lindsey Jo doesn't miss anything! Entertaining yet educational, this work of 'true fiction' explores the wonders of nature through the eyes of a sassy cat and a fun-loving little girl. Grownup kids (adults) are enjoying this book as much as children.
  • Aunt Sookie & Me: The Sordid Tale of a Scandalous Southern Belle

    by Michael Scott Garvin
    Young Poppy Wainwright feels much like a deck of cards, shuffled around from a boozing mother to a beloved grandmother. Finally bussed to Savannah, Georgia, to live with her grandmother’s cantankerous sister, Sookie. Through the enlightened eyes of a thirteen-year-old girl, the hilarity and insanity ensues. From the best-selling author of A Faithful Son, this rollicking romp of a ride does not disappoint. Aunt Sookie & Me: The Sordid Tale of a Scandalous Southern Belle is irreverent, hilarious... more
  • Robert Johnson's Freewheeling Jazz Funeral

    by Whit Frazier
    The lives of a black power playwright, a white womanist, a newly-sighted scientist working on an uncanny AI project, a mysterious poetess, a Palestinian spiritualist, a soon to be famous ingenue actress, a suburban-bred weed dealer and Robert Johnson himself, the iconic great delta blues guitarist, all converge during the charged atmosphere of the 2008 election cycle in this bizarre, entertaining and challenging anti-novel about the way the future reaches back into the past and changes the way w... more
  • My Best Friend Is a Secret Agent

    by Richard Clark
    10-year-old Nort McKrakken is a pint-sized computer genius. 14-year-old Chip Munson is his best friend - and loyal guinea pig. When their beloved town of Vortville is attacked by an army of brain-warping Freaky Fuzzy toys, Nort implants Chip with a microchip that instantly turns him into a real live secret agent! The town is saved!... as long as the microchip doesn't fritz out! If you like the Wimpy Kid, Captain Underpants or Zac Power books, you'll love My Best Friend Is a Secret Agent! Hil... more
  • A Dog of My Own

    by Richard Clark
    11-year-old Jonas Ridley loves dogs. Unfortunately, his mother won’t let him have one of his own. But one Christmas, Jonas gets the chance to RENT a dog, and not just any dog but Rascal, the famous four-legged star of Jonas’s favorite movie, Canine Commando! Jonas and Rascal have a blast and really bond together, even performing in the school talent show. But when the movie studio has to take Rascal back, Jonas hatches a movie-like plan and becomes a real-life secret agent to rescue Rascal! ... more
  • A Life Between Us

    by Louise Walters
    Tina Thornton’s twin sister Meg died in a childhood accident, but for almost forty years Tina has secretly blamed herself for her sister’s death. During a visit to her aging Uncle Edward and his sister Lucia, who both harbour dark secrets of their own, Tina makes a discovery that forces her to finally question her memories of the day her sister died. Who, if anyone, did kill Meg? As Tina finds the courage to face the past, she unravels the tangled family mysteries of her estranged parents, h... more
  • Called Out: a novel of base ball and America in 1908

    by Floyd Sullivan
    As 1907 becomes 1908, National Baseball League President Harry Pulliam suspects that the owner of the New York Giants has hired detectives to spy on him and his lover, Ted Russell, with the goal of blackmailing them or having them arrested for sodomy. The pressure tests the strength of Pulliam’s relationship with Ted, and his ability to administer his league duties. His stenographer, Lenore Caylor, falls in love with him and becomes his staunchest champion as he fights to preserve the honor of t... more

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