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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Red White & Coup

    by John M. Busher
    Red White and Coup tells the story of “Russia's Next Puppet Regime” Russia's first mass market reality game show. Vladimir Vladimir, the President of the Russian Federation personally “recruits” the President of the United States, a reality game show star, to host the show where billions of viewers fervently watch and vote for contestants who battle each other in feats of tyranny, sabotage and subterfuge, to become the next leader Russia secretly installs, through a coup, election fraud or other... more
  • Sleeping Moose Saga

    by Atwood Cutting
    SLEEPING MOOSE SAGA Part One: "Where the Moose Slept"- A flower child from Hawaii and a soldier from Vietnam meet in Alaska in the 1970's, and homestead on a remote mountain. Although initially they have the full support of a pair of "salt of the earth" cowboys, after the old timers depart, the newlyweds must face the difficulties of weather, transportation, and a cluster of anarchistic neighbors, on their own. Part Two: "The Winter of '79"- Journal entries and letters from the isolated, cab... more
  • The Academic Papers UK

    by Albert Barkley
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  • Seven Years Gone: Undefinable

    by Liz Iavorschi-Braun
    Book two of the Seven Years Gone series ~Undefinable Release date: June 15, 2017
  • Seven Years Gone: Undesirable

    by Liz Iavorschi-Braun
    Five generations after world leaders engineer a virus to decimate the population and keep it under control, life continues as normal for those living in The Society. They are divided into classes and go about their lives because it is all they know. The genetically fortunate become rulers, while those labeled undesirable are never seen again. Torn between her obligation to The Society that she was raised in and a desire to choose her own fate, Ginger takes a chance and risks it all to cross a va... more
  • Phoenix Fly: Poetry of Self-Liberation

    by Magdalene Banks
    The legend of the Phoenix is molded deep into mankind's history. While it may seem like a child's fairy tale creature, the Phoenix represents much more to peoples who have triumphed their adversaries and pain. To rise above their own ashes, and ascend into the sky. This is the poetry of, an alive and breathing Phoenix. From my inner healing, to yours.
  • Lucky or Not, Here I come

    by Gerry Orz
    This story is about John Wilson who has no talents or aspirations. He is certain that he will never live up to his parents’ expectations. He’s forever stuck in the shadows of his quarterback older brother and his multi-talented younger sister. However, just as he comes to accept his dull existence, a series of both extraordinary and devastating events changes John’s life forever. John goes on a journey that turns out to be anything but ordinary as he embraces his own destiny in this adventurous ... more
  • Animiximals

    by Crystal Wenger
    Animiximals is a children's book that has amazing and imaginative illustrations which brings to life a mix of never before discovered animals. This books rhymes are creative, humorous and fun to read and entertaining for all ages! These amusing characters are silly and quite unique. Take a peek to find out what normal animals turn out to be when a little imagination finds them.  
  • Fore Play

    by Linda Sheehan

    A company of spineless, scheming men try to gouge a California country club for every penny it’s worth in Sheehan’s seamy, steamy comedy of errors.

  • Seven Noble Knights

    by Jessica Knauss
    Spain, 974. Gonzalo, a brave but hotheaded knight, unwittingly provokes tragedy at his uncle's wedding to beautiful young noblewoman Lambra: the adored cousin of the bride dead, his teeth scattered across the riverbank. Coveting his family's wealth and power, Lambra sends Gonzalo's father into enemy territory to be beheaded, unleashing a revenge that devastates Castile for a generation. A new hero, Mudarra, rises out of the ashes of Gonzalo's once great family. Raised as a warrior in the opu... more
  • Nicola's Leg

    by Natacha Pavlov
    Nikita and Natacha, of Russian nobility, flee the Russian Revolution to Jerusalem’s Mount of Olives. Thus is born my grandfather Nicola’s story: from adolescence in Eastern Europe, to serving in Egypt during World War II, to his imprisonment at the onset of Israel’s Six-Day War, his journey unfolds, eventually culminating in the loss of his legs.
  • THESE THY GIFTS

    by Vincent Panettiere
    These Thy Gifts is story of atonement, resignation and vindication spanning fifty years in the life of an activist priest. Caught in the human conundrum of his faith, church dogma, deception and scandal, while struggling with an unbreakable relationship with the widow of a petty mobster. Father Steve Trimboli grapples with right and wrong, heaven and earth, and the greatest of all evils - sexual abuse by priests of innocent children.
  • The Funny Farm

    by Gordon Perry
    Very Popular K - 8 Short Rhyming story that teaches the Value of Obeying your Parents. Beautifully Illustrated, Easy Read. Earned NABE "Children's Interest" category "Best Book" Award for Fall of 2013.
  • The Highmore Circle

    by Cricket Reynolds
    Gracie Anderson, a single college professor in her thirties, knows her life is severely lacking?no dates, no pets, and no real personal life to speak of. But now she?s stuck: her best friend, Chloe, has signed her up for a support group that meets at a local community center in an attempt to hook her friend up with the man of her dreams. Instead, Gracie meets five other women who are different from her and from one another as night and day. A librarian, a dominatrix, a fashion consultant, a hous... more
  • Growing Up Tobey

    by Caroline Barthen
    Join Tobey as he goes through his first year of life. He talks about his many adventures and lessons learned along the way. So come join Tobey as he shares his adventures!
  • Chess Gypsie

    by Damian Lewis
    Set some four years after the fall of the Berlin Wall in the rubble of post-communist Bulgaria, Chess Gypsie chronicles the adventures of Boris, an orphaned Gypsie boy, in a country coming to grips with the harsh realities of a period of transition to the exalted democratic system. Told through honest and direct dialogue, Chess Gypsie will not only make you laugh and cry, it will open your eyes to some of the brutal ‘goings-on’ in what was an essentially lawless land for over a decade – certain... more

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