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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Winifred

    by Charles Souby
    In his debut novel, Winifred, Charles R. Souby tells the story of a despondent, cynical, middle-aged widower who finds salvation and a purpose for living in the unlikely form of a young woman struggling with drug addiction, among other demons. What looks to be a May-December romance gets turned on its ear by a stunning revelation. Instead, Winifred is an unconventional love story filled with shocking twists and turns. With suspense and empathy for its deeply troubled and flawed characters, Winif... more
  • Secrets and Shadows

    by Roberta Silman

    Secrets and Shadows is a novel about how the events of the Second World War can re-verberate into the future. Silman uses the fall of the Berlin Wall to explore the long marriage and divorce of her protagonists, Eve and Paul. When Eve agrees to accompany her former husband to Berlin, Paul recalls and narrates the past he has never been able to share with his wife.  Eve begins to see how Paul's hidden childhood in Nazi Germany, shaped and influenced their marriage, and how his trauma ex... more

  • Paw Prints: The True Story of a Three-Pawed Dog

    by Steven Freeman
    Nicky the three-pawed Maltese wants a forever home but can't seem to find one. Follow his adventures as he encounters rescue workers, foster families, and a collection of other dogs. Some of the humans he meets are nice, but will he ever find a loving home of his own?
  • LORAL COUNTY TIMES: Return to Echo Woods

    by Linda Ferris (a.k.a. Lucky Maxwill)
    LORAL COUNTY TIMES: Return to Echo Woods is the introductory tale of people, animals, and adventures in fictional Loral County in Missouri. This rural area is a place where normal activities are not exactly as they appear because of a clever elf named Sam, who has hidden agendas and is only visible to a select population. He is especially perplexing to newcomer Audry Merryweather, a young woman who moves to Echo Woods to take ownership of her family’s historical homestead. Here she unwittingly b... more
  • Sugar and Spice and All Those Lies

    by Evy Journey
    Cooking a wonderful meal is an art. An act of love. An act of grace. A gift that affirms and gives life—not only does it nurture those who partake of the meal; it also feeds the soul of the creator. These are lessons Gina learns from her mother, daughter of an unfortunate French chef. Gina is a young woman born to poor parents, a nobody keen to taste life outside the world she was born into. A world that exposes her to fascinating people gripped by dark motives. Her passion for cooking is all... more
  • A Shallow River of Mercy

    by Robert Hays
    Ernst Kohl has spent nearly half his life in prison after being convicted of murder as a young man. Upon his release, with nowhere else to go, Kohl returns to his old family home on the outskirts of a small Michigan town, hoping for redemption, or at least understanding. He finds a dog, a girlfriend, and a job in quick succession, and it seems as if he might finally be able to leave the past behind and make a quiet life for himself. But some of the residents, including the town’s corrupt dep... more
  • Alphabet Zoo

    by John McHarg
    An Alphabet of animal letter characters teaching children letters and words and information about many different kinds of animals.
  • The Third Secret

    by Frank Ainslie
    "THE THIRD SECRET, one of three messages reputed to have been given to the Children of Fatima in 1917, has become the focus of more speculation than any other supernatural event of the twentieth century. It is also the centrepiece of Frank Ainslie's supernatural thriller. Critically acclaimed around the world, THE THIRD SECRET is a tense and gripping story in which the reader is taken on an emotional roller coaster. Its theme is the ageless and ongoing battle between good and evil; a battle that... more

    by John Eidswick
    The peaceful life of 17th century New England farmer Adam Green is ripped apart when he finds a television set in the woods. His discovery enables madman animal-skinner and proto-industrialist Obadiah Broke to have Adam arrested for witchcraft and steal the magical black water (oil, that is) seeping onto Adam's farm. A hairsbreadth escape from the pillory enables the young farmer to discover the incredible truth behind the strange, Edenic land he lives in. Now it is up to Adam, a hunted fugitive... more
  • Unleashed: A novel

    by Skye Blaine
    After her father’s death, eleven-year-old Rowan Graham wrestles with depression. Carolina, her mother, looks for a way to ease her daughter’s grief and decides to adopt another dog. Rowan chooses a wolfhound-deerhound mix and believes she and the pup, Zephyr, communicate through mind-pictures,a phenomenon that her mom rejects. While vacationing, the family is embroiled in a multi-car accident; Zephyr is pitched from the van and bolts into the wilds of central Oregon. Medics airlift comatose Rowa... more
  • A Dress the Color of the Sky

    by Jennifer Irwin
    For too many years, Prudence Aldrich has been numbing the pain in her life with random sexual encounters. Her marriage to cold, self-centered Nick is, not surprisingly, on the rocks. But after several dangerous experiences with strangers, Prudence finally realizes the needs therapy to stop her self-destructive behavior, and so she checks into the Serenity Hills rehab center.  \t Prudence blames herself for her irresponsible behavior and is filled with self-loathing. She’s convinced she is comp... more
  • The Parts That Followed (The Parts I Remember Book 2)

    by A.K. Mills
    Act first. Think never. Remember nothing. If only things were still that easy for Kelly Rockport. Enveloped in guilt after surviving the crash that claimed the life of her best friend Meredith, Kelly returns to Haysville University refusing to forget. In her mind, letting go of the accident would be like killing Meredith all over again. With therapy proving futile and sex leaving her emptier than ever, Kelly's attempts at rebuilding her life continue to fail. But just as she begins to accept ... more
  • The Parts I Remember

    by A.K. Mills
    Act first. Think never. Remember nothing. Welcome to Kelly Rockport’s existence at Haysville University, where responsibility is just an elective. After all, fake IDs, alter egos, and one-night stands are all part of the college experience, right? So what if she blacks out from time to time? Memory is overrated. When freshman year lasts about as long as a one-night stand and is quickly followed by the Year of the Blackout, Kelly projects junior year to be nothing shy of amazing. But as sho... more
  • Wildflowers: A Novel

    by Delores Lowe Friedman
    When Camille Warren finds out that her old friend Jewel has died, she can’t help but relive the past. Camille, Jewel, and Saundra were once very close—from childhood all the way through college in New York City—but then they drifted apart, and now Camille can’t remember exactly why. Wildflowers is the story of a dynamic friendship that spans more than four decades. It explores both the tenderness and anger in the relationship that connects Camille, Jewel, and Saundra. As Camille remembers a ... more
  • The Adventures of Ryguy, Reggie & Eli

    by A. Fife
    Children's book series following a trio of best friends on the hunt for missing words that have escaped Reggie's word caboodle.
  • A Hundred Billion Ghosts

    by DM Sinclair
    Paranormal becomes the new normal when the ghosts of every human who ever died suddenly become visible to the living. That’s a hundred billion transparent dead people hanging around, maybe forever. In this seriously haunted world, Ryan Matney decides that since he has no life, he might as well get on with his afterlife. But he soon realizes he made a horrible mistake. Now he has has just ten days to race across the ghost-infested world and get back into his body. There’s just one problem: his... more