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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Odette's: The Finest Whorehouse in Portsmouth, NH

    by Bridget Finnegan
    It’s been five years since investigator Jessamyn Jakes left her life as a prostitute to start her detective agency, J. Jakes Discrete Investigations. When Suzanne—her former lover and fellow prostitute—goes missing, Jess is drawn into a mystery that goes beyond the raunchy, shipbuilding town that was 1854 Portsmouth—all the way from the antebellum south to the Isles of Shoals. Together with her adopted daughter Sarah, Jessamyn unravels Suzanne’s disappearance all while uncovering other my... more
  • Scotty's Junction

    by Andrew Arthur
    Scotty Madaki is a teenage artist and musical prodigy who lives abroad most of his life until his father relocates to New York City. He is gifted, talented, and trained by his father to challenge the boundaries of conventional roles and thinking and to esteem his family’s diversity. At his new school, Scotty quickly connects with other music and art lovers who draw him into New York’s art and graffiti scene. Scotty is coming of age in a world filled with technological marvels but with very fe... more
  • Talking to Herself

    by Melissa P Gay

    Amara Vivian Graves is turning seventy on December 31, 2049. Mourning the death of her husband John Darnley, Amara takes the advice of her wellness counselor and signs up for a biochip plasma treatment plan to tackle her depression. The plan works, sort of. She looks and feels forty all over again, but it doesn’t cure her longing for John. 

    In her altered state, she is hurled back to the year 1999 where she meets a cast of Way Backers who have also succumbed to treat... more

  • B086R64QVJ

    by Elli Lewis
    Every week, an unlikely gaggle of misfits meets in a dingy hall in North London. They have just one thing in common: Winning the lottery has ruined their lives. Follow the darkly comic journey of this improbable support group as they bicker and bemoan their millions, unaware that someone is on a mission to end their woes. Permanently.
  • My Day as Regan Forrester

    by Misty Urban
    On the eve of her 42d birthday, BETH BARONY makes a tiny, private birthday wish for excitement. Her life in the lovely town of Eden Prairie, Minnesota, offers everything else she could ask for, but her husband has been distant lately, she feels more like a chauffeur than a mom to her two kids, and her summer honors class hasn’t been a success. Then she wakes up in the body of sexy young starlet REGAN FORRESTER and finds that Regan has taken up residence in Beth’s body, Beth’s bedroom, Beth’s lif... more
  • Book Endings - A Call Numbers novel: Loss, Pain, and Revelations

    by Syntell Smith
    In the dramatic sequel, Robin Walker and the staff of the 58th Street Branch Library endure shocking developments in life and death.
  • Don't Date Crazy, The Phil=-Am dream runs into the American Justice system

    by DJDS
    The tale of the immigrant in America is an old one. The names and faces change but the struggles of those who come seeking a new and better life are the same. In this story we have a hard working, tax paying, friendly young man from the Philippines. He found some trouble through faults of his own with a young woman, as young men are prone to do. But then the American Justice system stepped in and through incompetence, stupidity, and self-righteous actions cost him his livelihood, freedom, ... more
  • The Gold Rush Girls

    by Craig Moody
    America is westward bound in 1849; gold is calling from the California earth. Opportunity, wealth, and prosperity await any brave soul daring enough to venture the merciless miles of the California Trail. Or does it? Sixteen-year-old Meredith, an orphaned housemaid, jumps at the chance to marry Jeremy Brown, a handsome Southerner with dreams of gold dust filling his charming eyes. Meredith’s imagined life of adventure and wedded bliss are quickly destroyed once on the trail with Jeremy. Chain... more
  • His Name Was Ezra

    by Craig Moody
    Judith Bracewell, a twenty-one-year-old, pale-skinned, red-haired, freckle-faced tomboy, enjoys spending her Saturday afternoons playing baseball with the boys on the other side of town. Falling in love with one of her teammates, dream-driven, hopeful future lawyer Ezra Washington, the pair are forced to spend their shared off-field time together in secret, deep in the woods within the confines of an abandoned Civil War-era cemetery. Residing in Waynesboro, Mississippi, in 1957, the strict, limi... more
  • The '49 Indian

    by Craig Moody
    In the summer of 1983, twenty-year-old Dustin Thomas's naive curiosity leads him into the shadows of Fort Lauderdale's seedy underground, where his innocence is met with violent and traumatic consequences. Despite the dire start, the dreariness of the season is instantly transformed when a handsome and mysterious new next-door neighbor arrives, the tattooed, multi-talented, and youthfully exuberant Midwesterner, Gauge Paulson. Gauge possesses an inspired passion for restoring his late father's c... more
  • All That Lingers

    by Irene Wittig
    Willkommen in Vienna 1934, where the future holds such promise for Emma and her friends. In the tumultuous time that follows, their world is torn apart by the rise of Nazism, six years of war, and their aftermath. Amidst a wide cast of characters, Emma must find a way to come to terms with grief and her country’s betrayal; Sophie returns from her American refuge in search of her lost history, while Friedrich struggles with secrets that will throw all their lives into turmoil again. This stor... more
  • Feeding The Leopard: Betrayal. Prejudice. Desire. A Story of Africa

    by L.T. Kay
    When going back home is nothing like you imagined. Many people, scattered around the world, dream of visiting their homeland; the country in which they were born or grew up. For some it's easy, and they can visit several times over the course of their lives. But what about those whose country no longer exists or is unrecognisable as a result of political change? It is 2008, and the global financial crisis sees Ian Sanders out of a job in Melbourne. He flies to Africa, the land of his bi... more
  • The Angel of Bishopsgate: Book One in the Darker Cities Trilogy

    by Eloise Reuben
    A terrifying villain. A young woman desperate for answers. Danger and intrigue in Victorian London. In 1848, Tessie and Finn struggle each day and dream of life far away in the New World, but when Tessie is attacked by an underworld figure known only as the Angel of Bishopsgate, her fight for survival has only just begun. Separated from her beloved Finn, and oblivious to why the Angel wants her dead, her only clue points home to Dublin, and a past she thought would never find her. Battl... more
  • Elisabeth Samson, Forbidden Bride

    by Carolyn V. Hamilton
    In the 18th century tropical Dutch colony of Suriname, wealth is measured by the number of slaves one owns. The Free Negress Elisabeth Samson, educated and wealthy owner of coffee plantations and hundreds of slaves, lives with a white military lieutenant, Carl Otto Creutz. Dutch law forbids marriage between black and white, so their relationship is called "Suriname marriage" by the colonists and "living in sin" by the Dutch Reformed Church. Elisabeth Samson, Forbidden Bride is a fiction ba... more
  • Dear Master Dragon

    by Alva Sachs
    Danny Dragon cannot breathe fire or fly like all the other dragons. He decides to write The Master Dragon for help. Will he ever be a REAL dragon?
  • On Your Mark, Get Set, Go!

    by Alva Sachs
    Justin, Marion, and Marcus are best friends. They love skateboard adventures. How about a race? Who wins?