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  • Sarah Anne's Faithful Friends

    by Cathy Lynn Bryant & Jessica Dorman
    In less than two years, everything has changed for Sarah Anne. Distraught and in need of comfort, once again she accompanies her elderly friend, Mr. Hoyt, on a visit to see his family; however, not long after their arrival, a terrible tragedy occurs, leaving her with a difficult decision to make. When she finally decides between the two options, a new acquaintance seeks to force her to take the alternate path. Even though there are connections, each novel in the series may be read as a stand-alo... more
  • Miles of Files

    by Michael Sahno
    In Miles of Files, the main character, Paul Panepinto, an employee at Flambet Insurance, learns that his manager Graham Woodcock is stealing from the company. Paul struggles with whether or not to report the boss at the risk of losing his position. Eventually, Graham fires Paul anyway and Paul is forced to pursue justice, but the story doesn’t end as expected. Readers move through a fast-paced adventure with many twists and turns, including high points, drama, comedy, and an edge that Sahno capt... more
  • Jana

    by Michael Sahno
    In chapter one of Jana, the reader meets Jana Odessi, a self-described “twenty-four-year-old white American lesbian” who loses her daycare center job due to her sexual orientation. The novel takes her on a journey of self-discovery across the country with her partner, Danielle. Ultimately, Jana must decide whether she has the strength to return home and fight for her right to be herself. Jana appeals to the LGBTQ audience because it depicts the struggles of young gay people in the mid-1990s with... more
  • Brothers' Hand

    by Michael Sahno
    Small town New Yorker Jerome Brothers finds himself the victim of a drugging when his orange juice is spiked with LSD at a party. While under the influence of the drug, he loses his right hand in a tragic accident. Jerome then falls for his occupational therapist, Maria, and the novel traces his efforts to win her over. At the same time, the reader meets the community around them and the ghosts of the past that haunt nearly all of them.
  • Farm Day

    by Tina Marie Kaht
    This lively read aloud encourages young learners to explore every colorfully illustrated page! It's a fun introduction to farm animals.
  • Gold Boys

    by Ruby Wicked

    Let us not defy instinct when evil borders normal. Even a physician can wear a white coat with a black lining and the power of a friend's intuition may not be what the "doctor ordered".

    Garrett Pierce and Scholls Parker become friends fast and furious during their high school science experiment. Garrett is known as "G" on campus.  He is strikingly handsome, wealthy, and an all American kid.  Scholls is strikingly awkward, poor, and an all American nerd.... more

  • The Haunted Garden

    by Deanna Madden
    A rose garden. A maze of hedges. A sunken pool and the statue of a cherub. What secrets lurk in the beautiful gardens of Briarwood? A woman exiled to a country house fears that her marriage may be falling apart as she tries to protect herself and two children who play in the gazebo from a sinister groundskeeper in this psychological ghost story.
  • My Name Is No One

    by J C Graeme
    If there is a back story to the Odyssey, then this novel by J. C. Graeme is it. Forget the return from Troy and a band of heroes voyaging the seas and encountering monsters and adventure aplenty while having their way with the local maidens and the odd goddess. In this story of Odysseus, he is a bar-fly in the Sunset Bar on Khios where he trades stories for jugs of wine with the bar owner Homer. He takes on a job for a local merchant on Khios to pick up some cargo on the mainland and while cross... more
  • Drop-Dead Gorgeous

    by Navy Topaz
    Drop-Dead Gorgeous is a magical reality story for mature readers, seen from the point of view of CELESTE, an ordinary girl from a small town. She is the victim of ridicule and bullying; she confides in her best friend, TRISH. Her father, BRENT, and mother, ALICE, prefer her brother, MICHAEL. In her teens, she makes a boyfriend, MATT who takes her virginity. Her mother irritates her. She goes to work by commuter train to Toronto where she has a temporary job as a graphic designer. Matt gets a job... more
  • The World and Everything in It (Leviathan) (Volume 1)

    by Shaun Tan

    The world changes, Asia grows, American might declines, and four great families jostle for influence. Meet the cosmopolitan McAffreys, transplanted from New York to the gilded cage of Singapore; the Chans of Malaysia, haughty, aristocratic, squabbling over their empire whilst the country around them burns; the Cheungs of Hong Kong, brilliant, cultivated, and driven by shadowy purpose; and the Baos of China, an illustrious family brought low.

    In a story that spans the globe, that steps d... more

  • The King in the Stone

    by Carmen Ferreiro-Esteban
    A full moon, a silver key, and the forbidden passion of two young lovers will bring hope to a defeated kingdom and, through their sorrow, deliver a king who will change its fate Sent back in time through a portal the full moon opens, Julian and Andrea, two lovers from a parallel universe, are caught in opposite sides of the battle between the last Spanish stronghold and the Arabian invaders. A battle for survival that will determine the fate of a kingdom and demand of them the ultim... more
  • Abstracts

    by valli s
  • The Tide is High (Rude Boy USA Series Volume 3)

    by Victoria Bolton
    In this third installment of Victoria Bolton’s Rude Boy USA series, we rejoin John and Bunny LeBlanc upon their return to his hometown of New York City, where John has big plans on the political scene. The Chimera group has been resurrected with John at its head, and the Dixon-Rhodos Foundation is alive and well. However, among those who dare stand in the way of the infamous John LeBlanc and his friends is the prosecutor who tried John for murder and lost—Mario Pasquale. Mario, John’s opponen... more
  • Pretentious

    by James McAllen
    Pretentious is the story of Zack Miller, a budding superstar who was in the middle of recording his third album, when he decided to turn his back and walk away. For the better part of two decades, he has lived his life away from music and out of the spotlight. Now, 20 years later and long since relevant, he finds his world is once again turning upside down when a drunken TMZ moment lands him back in the public eye.
  • Victor's Way

    by Laurence Leamer
    Victor’s Way is the story of the improbable rise of Victor V. Victor, a flamboyant New York businessman, to the presidency of the United States as told by his longtime butler, Billy Baxter. Henry Ferris, my editor at William Morrow, loves the novel but can’t publish until next spring. I think it’s important to have it out before the election. That’s why I’m self-publishing. “It's damn-well written, racy, readable, funny and sharp, with a glorious mix of snobbery meets the American bottom lin... more
  • For King and Country (Battle Scars) (Volume 2)

    by Charlene Newcomb
    Selected as an Editor's Choice by the Historical Novel Society.. England 1193 Civil war threatens as battle-scarred knight Henry de Grey returns from the Crusades. King Richard languishes in captivity, a prisoner of the Holy Roman Emperor. Traitors to the crown pit Henry and his friends against dangerous and unknown enemies. Loyalties will be tested, families torn apart. Friend or foe? It is hard to tell one from the other. The king’s brother John and his allies plot to usurp Richard’... more

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