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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Material Things

    by Larry Spencer
    Larry Spencer’s riveting, interlocking narratives circle the lives of Matthew Street, Jon Lewis and Christopher Styles, in a 1970s California backdrop that takes them from owning and operating a fashionable clothing boutique into the gripping world of an FBI under cover operation, drug trafficking, prostitution and a nefarious criminal element, that brings to light a Mafia contract killer, who’s out to bump off a stoolie in their midst. Material Things is based on true events surroundi... more
  • Buddy the War Dog: From the Blitz to the Battlefields of World War II

    by Joan Tidd
    Buddy the War Dog is about a black Labrador's experiences during World War II. The book combines fact with fiction and focuses on the heroic tales of Buddy when he finds himself amidst the London Blitz and then, as a 'paradog' being parachuted behind enemy lines into France. Written in the first "doggie person", Buddy's dangerous yet exciting predicaments move the reader to a deeper understanding, historically, of the unique dog/man relationship in times of extreme trauma. These are highlighted... more
  • Poems in the Keys of Life

    by Henry Lee Thomas
    “Poems In The Keys Of Life" is the authors foray into the world of poetry. The book correlates poems with music. Each elicits certain feelings and emotions (keys or tonics) from the listener. Poems can have a musical melody of their own. Just as you can enjoy the lovely vocal melodies in music such as Verdi’s “Rigoletto”, poems can achieve the same level of beauty. After all, many songs are created from poems! The author defines a poem’s key as “the major events/emotions/thoughts which domina... more
  • Naked Tree

    by Nadia Benchakroun
    A collection of raw, visceral, and emotionally charged poems depicting the author's arduous journey growing up in a highly patriarchal society where boys are idealized, and girls are marginalized. The poems unravel complex emotions of shame, betrayal, loneliness, confusion, defeat, love and the occasional triumphs. The catalyst for Nadia’s feminist views was when she lost her only childhood friend to an arranged marriage at age eleven. Things had to be different for herself, but that hasn’t been... more
  • The Accounts of Benny's Diner and Other Stories

    by David Lopez
    The Accounts of Benny's Diner takes place moments before, during, and after an event known as the rapture. With sixteen short stories people are forced to imagine what if this happened...?
  • Sins of the Heart A Novel

    Ezekiel Robinson is not your typical young man. He is smart, educated and driven. His father and step-mother moved him from the Deep South to New York City, so they could provide the family with a better opportunity. His mother and her eight- month fetus were killed at the hands of three vicious men for slapping the farm owner after he slapped her. His father and stepmother finally saved enough money to buy a train ticket to New York City. They always heard the big train late at night but nev... more
  • Bisonheads

    by Michael Fanelli
    Like their citizens, cities get the fate they deserve--only not in chronological order. Five darkly-comic tales, including two novellas--DARK HORSE: FIRE IN THE BELLY: The mayor of Gorge Falls thought the worst thing was the slug in his gut, until UN peace-keepers invaded. THE END OF THE INTERNET AS WE KNOW IT: Love pierces the hearts of mailhandlers, cyber-geeks & lobbyists. How to mix a Tom Collins.
  • Apocalypse TV

    by Thomas Allbaugh
    After losing his father and facing difficulties with his work as a professor at a private college, 44 year old Walter Terry decides to participate in a reality TV show with five other contestants. As they travel across the country and talk with others about faith and their views of the end of the world, Walter is increasingly in danger as the show continues, and when he is shot in an apparently random accident, he is helped by an FBI agent in solving the crime. There is satire in this story abou... more
  • ''The Kids Book Club of Power'' - We Are One and Together We Are Strong

    by Simon Fawaz
    A positive story about a boy and a girl (twins) that receive a magnificent book from their father on their birthday. This wonderful book then helped the twins to obtain great powers. Unlike other superheros, the twin’s power enabled them to move mountains with their mind and to speak in many languages. Their power also aided all kids to make better choices for their lives, which helped to bring harmony to our Earth. The twins didn’t know that a naughty little wizard named Meroo, did not w... more
  • Bonfires of the Gods

    by Andrew Eseimokumo Oki
    In the wake of violent outbursts over the creation of a new local government area by the then military regime, two warring tribes, the Ijaws and the Itsekiris with an age-old ax to grind come head to head in a bloody and brutal battle for land ownership throwing a once peaceful and lovable city into chaos. Set in March of 1997 in the war-torn city of Warri, Nigeria, BONFIRES OF THE GODS tell heartrending fictitious accounts of real-life experiences of people who had suffered great losses during ... more
  • The Circle: Taken

    by Sage Sask

    From USA Today, Washington Post and Amazon Charts Bestselling author and Goodreads Best Fiction Finalist comes an exhilarating new YA series.

    Abandoned at eleven with no memory of her family, Alexia seeks her true identity. Under the new government's regime, sixteen year-olds are evaluated for their desire to harm others. Throughout the test, Alexia struggles to conceal her psychic ability to read the past a... more

  • The Voyage of Gethsarade

    by Matthew Claybrook
    Gethsarade grew up feeling all alone and out of place. Don't we all. But you know, the trouble with being truly different, is there often simply isn't a way, and one must make it before they can walk it. Gethsarade finally gets into more trouble than his false bravado can handle, and sends him tumbling headwise into a journey that would test everything he is, and everything he isn't. Along the way, he encounters the vile Barrogan Black, a nutria pirat (that's a pirate rat, which is far worse tha... more
  • Return of the Butterfly (The Fleur Trilogy Book 3)

    by Sharon Heath
    How do you maintain your balance in a world turned upside down? Buffeted by dire winds of climate change, Nobel scientist and odd duck extraordinaire Fleur Robins rides rough waves of sexual betrayal and gender fluidity, bullying and loss, as she and her physics team speed up their efforts to ensure a viable future for the world’s children—including her own. Thanks to her fascination with the void; a vivid imagination; a loving, if eccentric, extended family; and a couple of dogs named Hot Sauc... more
  • Happy Jack

    by Jacqueline J. Edgington
    When life becomes too difficult to understand, nine-year-old Jack awakens one night to see a most extraordinary creature called Petucan who has come to his rescue. He is swept into the magical realm of Dhyāna Land where he sets out on a quest to find the mysterious and immortal Satya. With the help of exotic and memorable characters, his adventure begins. As the real and imagined begin to merge, Jack boards the Mindless Express where his journey brings him face-to-face with his worst nightmar... more
  • Happy Jack

    by Jacqueline J. Edgington
    When life becomes too difficult to understand, nine-year-old Jack awakens one night to see a most extraordinary creature called Petucan who has come to his rescue. He is swept into the magical realm of Dhyāna Land where he sets out on a quest to find the mysterious and immortal Satya. With the help of exotic and memorable characters, his adventure begins. “Happy Jack, Happy Jack, run far away. Happy Jack, Happy Jack, don’t you come back.” Happy Jack, the unhappiest boy in the world, earned ... more
  • The Way to the Shining City: A Story of the Early Mormons in Missouri and Nauvoo, Illinois

    by Elaine Stienon
    Love and violence on the American frontier characterize this exciting novel about the early Mormons and their search for a place of peace and religious freedom. Thwarted in their attempt to settle together in northern Missouri, they flee to Illinois where they establish a city called Nauvoo on the Mississippi. The novel describes their search for a place of refuge, the heart-rending story of their persecutions, and the ultimate destruction of their city. The novel's main character is Gabriel Rom... more