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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Taste of Air

    by Gail Cleare
    When Mary Reilly turns up in a hospital hundreds of miles from the senior community where she lives, Nell and Bridget discover their mother has been hiding a second life. She has a lakeside cottage in Vermont and a series of complex relationships with people her daughters have never met. The thread of mystery leads back to the middle of the 20th century, and it knits together all three women, the sacrifices they've made and the secrets they carry. Nell is a carpool mom and corporate trophy wi... more
  • The Falling Leaf Review

    by Jay Ruvolo
    A Monthly Literary Review Publishing and Contributing Editor Jay V. Ruvolo
  • Does the Queen Fart?

    by Heather Gordon
    Valentine doesn’t understand why his mum thinks farting is such a big deal, especially when she feeds him healthy fruits and vegetables that make him gassy. After all, everyone farts, don’t they? One day, Valentine and Mum learn that the Queen is in town—and she’s planning a visit to their home for tea! As they prepare for the royal arrival, the gassy little boy can’t help but let his toots tootle and his poots pass. But when the Queen arrives, he’ll make a startling discovery about his mum a... more
  • Emma Has a Dilemma!

    by Dana Wall and Amber Wall
    Emma has a Dilemma! and she doesn't have a clue what she is going to do. She got her first F ever on an easy grammar exam on Nouns and Pronouns. Wizard Jake hears her crying and offers to help; a genius in grammar. Wizard Jake teaches Emma the ins and outs of Nouns and Pronouns but will it be in time? Only this glorious tale of characters from two different worlds can answer this question.
  • In Fashion's Web

    by Lynn Russo Whylly
    After a lifetime of hard work and personal sacrifice, Tracey's fashion design business is finally taking off. No longer a boutique designer, Tracey's success is taking her to exotic places like Paris, Milan and Tokyo to build her brand. As the company grows, however, employees and bitter rivals Kara and Allison vie for power. But things aren't always what they seem in business or in love. When Tracey gets caught in the middle of a struggle between her lover and a New York City crime boss, Kara a... more
  • The Competition

    by Caroline Miley
    Two hundred years ago, Edward Armiger stood at his easel and wondered what to paint. His problems are contemporary, even if his setting is different. His was a world in the grip of war, change and radical new ideas, but what was his place in it? He and his friends enter a painting competition at the Royal Academy that will establish the winner professionally, but when he’s pitchforked into the gritty world of northern woollen mills, frame-breaking and food riots, his ideas are disrupted by L... more
  • Things That Make You Go Vroom

    by James Hewitt
    Things That Make You Go Vroom is a fun picture book that shows kids how the things that make a car go vroom are just like the things that make them go vroom. The book makes whimsical comparisons between a skeleton and a car frame, a heart and a car’s engine, a tummy and a car’s fuel tank and several other fun vroom things.
  • A Passel of Trouble

    by Joe Epley

    Written from the Loyalist's perspective, "A Passel of Trouble" is a saga of David Fanning, one of the most notorious and feared partisan leaders fighting to destroy the rebellion against Great Britain during the American Revolutionary War. He rose from an uneducated, naive teenage sergeant in South Carolina's backcountry royal militia at the start of the war to becoming a feared commander of Loyalist creating havoc in North Carolina. Captured fourteen times during the first ... more

  • Nazi Saboteurs on the Bayou

    by Steven Burgauer

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQs2pwr89RI
     

    Imagine a dead German in a whorehouse bed. A pair of bloated corpses floating in a Mississippi bayou. A mysterious notebook filled with unknown codes and hand drawn maps. Brave young Marines and Navajo code talkers landing in the Pacific. A Mafia Don helping the Allies seek revenge on the Fascists. A secret meeting of U.S. marshals with a New Orleans crime boss. A series of anagrams challenging the code-breaking talents of the bril... more

  • Snowman Paul Save Kate's Birthday

    by Yossi Lapid
    Kate’s birthday party is tomorrow and preparations are in full swing. But then, oops, Dan makes a big mistake! He “accidentally” eats his sister’s birthday cake. Can Snowman Paul help Dan save Kate’s special day? Will Kate be able to forgive Dan? And what will Mom do when she finds the empty cake tray? Written in rhyme, the Snowman Paul book series celebrates the magic of winter through the evolving friendship between a young boy and his mischievous snowman. Whimsical and humorous, the storie... more
  • Snowman Paul at the Winter Olympics

    by Yossi Lapid
    Snowman Paul dreams of becoming a Winter Olympics champion. When he persuades a skeptical Dan to join him on his Olympic quest, Dan is surprised by how well his snowman is doing in competition. But then Dan becomes suspicious. Snowman Paul knows everything about snow and ice, but is he competing fairly? Or is he perhaps, enjoying some unfair advantages? If so, what should they do about it? Written in rhyme, the Snowman Paul book series celebrates the magic of winter through the evolving friends... more
  • My Snowman, Paul (Snowman Paul Book 1)

    by Yossi Lapid
    On a snowy winter day, Dan builds himself a nice snowman named Paul. Snowman Paul wants to play and Dan hesitates because his friend Bill is watching and Bill thinks snowmen are dumb... But Paul is no ordinary snowman and he doesn’t take no for an answer. Dan and Paul become best friends and, together, they embark on a series of exciting adventures. Dan’s life will never be the same. Written in rhyme, the Snowman Paul book series celebrates the magic of winter through the evolving friendship ... more
  • North Side Hellion

    by Ben Broeren
    Chicago Prohibitions comes alive through Irish-American young man Aiden McCarthy. While teetering between loyalty to family and the dangerous passions of the Jazz Age, he matches wits with such figures as young Alphonse Capone, falls in love, and befriends misfits in a story for history buffs, romantics, and adventure-lovers alike.
  • The Sea Sprite Inn

    by Lynnette Adair

    Please, won't you come in?

    Sit down, put your feet up and relax with us at The Sea Sprite Inn.

    The Sea Sprite Inn is a charming tale about the owner of a Rehoboth Beach Bed and Breakfast. As the book opens, Jillian finds herself in the middle of a perfect storm of stressful situations. She's newly divorced, lost her job and now her daughter is leaving for college abroad. When her beloved grandfather has a health crisis, Jillian inherits the responsibility for a dilapidat... more

  • Grandma BallyHuHu and the Mystical Coin

    by Marti Melville
    There is always magic and adventure in a day spent with Grandma BallyHuHu. When Boone finds a mystical coin hidden inside Grandma BallyHuHu’s treasure chest, he suddenly finds himself on board an ancient ship and discovers the real hidden treasures lie within his imagination as he voyages at sea with pirates.
  • Midnight Omen

    by Marti Melville
    Besieged by the supernatural, modern day teens are haunted by18th-century marauders, but when faced with life on board an ancient ship, they learn their survival depends on haunting events lived long ago as Caribbean pirates.

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