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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Lily the Fancipoo SIGNED Hardcover Book

    by Rebekah Phillips
    Lily the Fancipoo is not your average pooch! Meet Lily, an absolutely adorable maltese who has everything in the world she could possibly want...except friends. She learns after a stay in the country with her cousins...that LOVE far outweighs the benefits of material things! Keep your eye out for all the hidden creatures in the book including the adorable "Lottie the Mouse" who makes her appearance once Lily arrives in the country!
  • Piper was Afraid Signed Book

    by Rebekah Phillips

    Piper is an enormous Irish Wolfhound who is afraid of just about everything. With a little love and patience from his family, he realizes it is fear itself holding him back from having fun!

  • Fragments from 5th Ave

    by Ryan P. C. Trimble
    In the fall of 1922, David Moran returns to North Carolina to finish his studies following a less than satisfactory six months spent in Paris. In search of a place to stay for the semester, he answers an intriguing classified ad and soon moves into a house with three complete strangers. What follows are five wild and eye-opening months in that unforgettable house as the four, formerly unknown to each other, bond and grow during the last summer before their adult years take hold.
  • A Summer of Good-Byes

    by Fred Misurella

    Coming this April:

    Passion in Provence: Ben and Lee Alto follow Van Gogh's 19th century path to Provence, hoping to find inspiration for their own lives and give their son, Misha, insight into a world completely different from their own. They find art, a world of beautiful landscapes, warm temperatures, and wonderful food. But they also find a ghost of their past, and it's not Vincent Van Gogh, but a woman Ben once loved and a man, Zach, a well-known jazz musician, who teaches t... more

  • Wives of the Saints

    by Kathy Cecala
    Best friends Grace and Miranda, married 'forever' to pious and stodgy men, long for adventure. But their saintly spouses have their own devils to deal with, including both unholy temptations, and 'performance issues.' Grace tries to take flight, with near-disastrous consequences, while Miranda is stunned by the return of her 'starter' husband, a man her current husband knows nothing about. A humorous take on love and longtime marriage...for better or for worse.
  • The Shallow End

    by Jeremy Liles
    Thad Poole has some problems. The Career Problem: A few weeks into his new job, he finds himself at the center of a high-profile project that he concocted based on a coworker’s misreading of a computer magazine’s joke. Despite Thad’s attempts to quietly kill the project, it quickly metastasizes into a horror-movie blob of lies, ego, and corporate politics. The Family Problem: To put it bluntly, they’re nuts. Thad’s father, a chemist, used his three children as test subjects for homemade ... more
  • Some Kind of Ending

    by Conon Parks

    It is a tale where 'On the Road' collides with the wide open sea as disparate characters seek their bread and fortune amidst natural and political external forces and their own inner demons...from the high plains of the Dakotas to the treacherous waters of the Bering Sea---boundaries are crossed: a novel of modern-day pirates.

     

     

     

  • Eulalie and Washerwoman (Florida Folk Magic Stories Book 2)

    by Malcolm R. Campbell
    Torreya, a small 1950s Florida Panhandle town, is losing its men. They disappear on nights with no moon and no witnesses. Foreclosure signs appear in their yards the following day while thugs associated with the Klan pack out everything of value from inside treasured homes that will soon be torn down. The police won't investigate and the church keeps its distance from all social and political discord. Conjure woman Eulalie Jenkins, her shamanistic cat, Lena, and neighbor Willie Tate discover ... more
  • Tommy Turner's Tremendous Travels

    by Ali Seegar
    Tommy doesn’t feel much like a hero, and who would with an unbearable family, new school ‘blues’ and the threat of the Higgins Twins’ fists on Monday morning. But then a chance meeting with old Mr Petrovsky propels Tommy into a time-travelling, adventure-chasing double life. By day he’s just a normal, messed-up football-loving kid but his nights are spent visiting aliens, fighting mythical creatures and even winning the World Cup! But can he learn to win at school, too? And, when Mr Petrovsky te... more
  • A Woman Misunderstood (Tennessee Delta Series Book 2)

    by Melinda Clayton
    On a sweltering July morning in rural Tennessee, fifty-year-old Rebecca Reynolds visits the family farm, where she literally stumbles across the mutilated bodies of her parents and younger sister, a sister who had spent life in a wheelchair after a birth fraught with complications. Rebecca’s first thought is to call 911. Her second is to find her estranged sister, Lena, who was disowned by the family years before. Her third is to wonder how long it will be before Lena is arrested for the murd... more
  • A Dangerous Book for Dogs: Train Your Humans

    by Cathy Burnham Martin
    Eat this book! Bury it, hide it, or give it to another favorite canine pal, but “A Dangerous Book for Dogs” should not be allowed to fall into the paws of humans. Don’t reveal all the goodies that Bandit, a fabulous “Furever” dog, has compiled for your eyes only. Here it is… the definitive collection of training tips, human behavior modification techniques, and super secrets to happiness… all from his own experiences and those of his buddies. It’s all here to make your human healthier and ha... more
  • Raul and the Iguana

    by Raul Cisneros
    This is the story about a wayward iguana, which Raul wants to keep as a pet. It does not go well and Raul finds a solution.
  • Stained

    by Abda Khan
    Stained is the story of a wronged young woman, and her fight for justice. The novel revolves around an 18-year British Pakistani girl, Selina, who is raped by a trusted friend of the family. After the attack, she goes to extreme lengths to prevent bringing what she perceives as shame to her widowed mother's door, and to avoid tarnishing the family's honor and reputation. However, this leads her down a dark dangerous path from which there may be no return. Stained is a gripping and compelling sto... more
  • The Fall and Rise of Peter Stoller

    by M Pepper Langlinais
    In 1960s London, British Intelligence agent Peter Stoller falls for a cabbie named Charles and his life goes off the road. When Charles is accused of being an enemy agent, Peter is guilty by association. With doubts plaguing him, he resolves to find the truth--but is ignorance truly bliss or merely deadly?
  • Journey to my Destiny

    by Marie Andrine Voltaire
    Marie was born in Haiti, She immigrated to the United States more than twenty years ago. She enjoys reading, so she decided to turn her favorite hobby into a career. She enjoys inserting parts of her culture in her books. She is a United States Army veteran. Marie enjoys writing romances because no matter what the protagonists go through, a happy ending is sure to come.
  • Between Thought and the Treetops

    by Mark Peters

    This novel is a three part, 1960s, coming of age story set in the northern wildernesses of Minnesota and Manitoba. Fatherless Archie is guided by his unusual Uncle Emil and over the decade learns to cope with the demands of the era. Each tale has strong elements of humor, outdoors life and moral dilemma. Archie evolves from a young, directionless teen to serving a tour as a grunt in the Mekong Delta. Call the style a storytellers story. The terse, declarative sentences of the novel read ... more

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