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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Impact

    by Rosalind Minett
    Summer 1945 and Bill Wilson returns reluctantly to a dirty and damaged London.  Weighed down with sadness about leaving his loving evacuation family, Bill's emotions are confused with the thrill and shock of having Uncle Ted back from the war, safe but strangely different.  Worse, Kenneth is about to move in to Bill's Wandsworth home. The adolescent cousins now develop their different talents. Tensions mount, for Kenneth seems determined to encroach on every aspect of Bill's psychological territ... more
  • Gladys & Jack: A Historical Novel

    by Beverley Hopwood
    It was risky to change. Leaving a small village where family had lived for a century or more took courage. From Devon to Northumbria, from Montgomeryshire to Sussex, families in Britain struggled. They owned little and expected little, but they hoped for more than subsistence in the future. Meet the Hannaford, Pope, Lyon, and Bailey families as they move from long-established villages to new lives in a new country. They converge in Gladys and Jack, strong in their personalities, work ethic, and ... more
  • Kate & Ozzie

    by Beverley Hopwood
    The discharge papers of purser Philip Clodos Filamingo Summers have been carefully kept in a black leather folder for one hundred and fifty years. His place of birth was Jamaica. How is that connected to a Bernardo medal given to Kate Summers for good behaviour? What changes and tragedies have caused Philip Summers to send his children, one by one, into care and from there to Canada? Many in both Ireland and Britain were desperate to find enough food for their children during the middle of the n... more
  • No One Told: a novel

    by Beverley Hopwood
    Adventures with Effie and new friends don't stop eleven-year-old Olive deGroote from asking what has happened to her mother and new sibling. Family remains close-lipped, but Grandma tries to keep Olive busy with everyday chores, Canadian Girls in Training, and the Second WW efforts. Though money is tight and her grandparents frugal, Olive never wants for much, except answers to questions. After a discovery in the attic, Olive develops a passion which leads her, in her early twenties, to Toronto ... more
  • Viking Myths: Stories of the Norse Gods and Goddesses

    by John Thor Ewing
    From its first beginnings in a world of primordial ice floes, the story of the Viking gods is one of continual struggle against etins and monsters, but it is a tale of humour and triumph as well as of grit and tragedy. The Norse myths are justly famous for a host of vivid characters including the wise and enigmatic Odin, the bluff strongman Thor, and the incorrigible trickster Loki. In the first major retelling for a generation, storyteller and historian Thor Ewing rediscovers the brisk vitality... more
  • Finding Family (Salty Key Inn Series Book 4)

    by Judith Keim
    Sheena Sullivan Morelli and her sisters, Darcy and Regan, work to complete their Uncle Gavin’s challenge of turning his rundown hotel into a profitable operation within one year. Winning means earning a share in their uncle’s sizable estate. More than that, it determines how they’ll spend the rest of their lives. Sheena wants to stay on at the hotel, overseeing the hotel operation. But Darcy and Regan want to move on with their lives—Darcy writing a novel and Regan going into the interior deco... more
  • 978-1975982713

    by Victor Living
    Figures of the One Must Go is a book that dares you to read it. This modernist philosophical work adopts a playful attitude with the words within. Words evolve, multiply, surprise, and delight in this chronicle of the four different paths of life. Are you brave enough to walk down the philosophical path, the psychological path, the political path, and the lyrical path? Each one presents challenging ideas about the nature of life and the long history of the human race. While these ideas have seri... more
  • A Life Worth Living

    by TL Scott
    T. L. Scott’s breakout novel tells the story of Dave, a hard-working man that has made sacrifices for his family. His work-a-holic ways have driven a wedge between him and his wife Debbie. All he wants to do is to provide a good life for his family. A tragic event forces him to face the consequences of his decisions. How hard will he have to fight? How much will he be willing to sacrifice to hold onto the life he has? This is a story of love, loss, and life. It is a story of how far one man will... more
  • Fault Line

    by TL Scott
    Bill has come home to see his little sister get married. He brought along some of his Army buddies to enjoy this slice of small-town America. They were looking forward to getting some rest and relaxation away from war. Unfortunately, war has found them here, on the streets of small-town America. This tranquil setting is interrupted when a man forces a woman down on her knees in the middle of Main street. When he brings the muzzle down, just inches from her beautiful face, the soldiers are forced... more
  • The Jungle Family

    by Terelle Coley & Demetria Nickens

    Four very different jungle characters (a monkey, an elephant, a duck, and a tiger) find themselves rescuing each other, and growing together to become a blended family.  The story teaches children aged 3 to 8 years old about diversity, inclusiveness, and helping one another through life's ups and downs. 

  • Life Strings

    by Bruce Borgos
    More than anything else in the world, nine-year-old Jacks wants to help his dying mother. A simple blood test could allow him to do that. But what Annie Brody hasn’t told her son yet is that they don’t share any DNA because he came from an anonymous woman’s egg. So why does the blood test show Jacks and Annie are related? The answer is half a world away where a young woman is battling famine, disease, and an endless war to care for 20,000 refugees, the only family she has ever really had. As... more
  • Maylee and The Brown Paper Bag

    by Linda P. Young
    This is a children's picture book and takes the child through a life of a small kitten who is trying to find a new home. It takes them through her life living in a junk yard and having a slight affliction to finding a new home with a small boy.
  • Millicent Gets Wings

    by Linda P. Young
    This story is about a little mouse who has been looking for a home and comes across a big red barn and decides it is a good place for a home. Finding out she has 2 friends who live on the same property, hummingbirds, she befriends them and they are a little sad she can't fly with them. The decide to make her a set of wings and now she can go on adventures with them.
  • Little Willy Wiggle Schmiggle

    by Linda P. Young
    This story is about a little boy who wiggles constantly, never still. it takes children through a day of activities. There are a few pages the children will have to have an answer. Diggle is his playmate and they do a lot of things together.
  • The Adventures of Anna and Andy Hummingbird

    by Linda P. Young
    A couple of sibling hummingbirds take children on their adventures. It is a picture book with nice large pictures so children can see what is going on. 10 book series with 1 - 8 published.
  • Who Trespass Against Us

    by D.P. Conway
    The Untold Story of the Life and Judgment of the Las Vegas Shooter, Stephen Paddock tracing his roots back to an infamous murder in the 19th century in Dundee, Scotland.