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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Lyndsay and Lainey Lion in 'P' is for Platypus

    by Jennifer Brasington-Crowley
    Lyndsay and Lainey Lion are orphaned lion cub sisters who live in the Animal Hospital at the Sunnyville City Zoo and Rehabilitation Center. When the sisters find a strange creature in the basement of the animal hospital, they think they’ve stumbled upon a mad scientist experiment. Is Dr. Tristan really Dr. Frankenstein? Join the sister cubs as they discover one of the world’s most unique creatures - the platypus. Lyndsay and Lainey Lion Adventure Books are geared toward children and edu... more
  • The Woman Who Fell To Earth

    by Jennifer Brasington-Crowley
    "Oh no, love, you're not alone!" Arthur Dottweiler is quite literally at the end of his rope, until his life is turned upside-down by a mysterious figure who may very well be the late David Bowie. Join Arthur on a colorful journey of self-discovery, friendship,love and the importance of embracing life and those who travel with you. At its core, this is a story of accepting oneself, of emerging from the darkness and embracing life. A little bit of fantasy, a little bit of magic, and a wh... more
  • The Great Lakes Plaza and Other Short Stories

    by Douglas Bosack
    Offbeat, distinctive, often surprising, The Great Lakes Plaza's nineteen short stories will keep you glued to the page and then begging for more. The incredible variety--some short, others long; capturing the everyday, zeroing on the downtrodden; sci-fi-fi or a view hundreds of years ago--offers something for everyone, each claiming distinct favorites. Laugh, cry, cringe, or moan, you can't help but react to The Great Lakes Plaza and Other Short Stories.They take twists, turns, and tumbles to u... more
  • Vanquish of the Dragon Shroud: Murder, Intrigue, and the Hidden Wealth of the Red Nobility

    by Gregory E. Seller
    Maxine Aronheart is the stunning wife of a handsome and successful Beverly Hills hedge fund manager. A celebratory evening on the company yacht Copious turns to horror as the yacht suddenly explodes and is engulfed in flames. Maxine is thrown overboard by her husband Logan, as Copious is rapidly sinking. He says to her, "You'll forgive me!" Then, he vanishes. Was he trying to save her or kill her? In the quest to find her husband Logan, Maxine becomes the unwitting target of kidnappers and kill... more
  • Duty, Honor, Money: Volume II: Afghanistan

    by John Cronin
    Armed with ideals of duty and honor young marines historically deploy to fight their country's wars. In Afghanistan, they found things different. Risking their lives to improve the bottom lines of international companies, marines were thrown into the business of war and they were unable to equate their living and dying as a profit center. No one informed them of the interlocking directorates between the military and civilian enterprises that were pursuing the war. Lieutenant X. Moran tries to do... more
  • When We Were Young

    by Antony Smith
    Spanning four generations and an infinite range of human emotions, When We Were Young is the story of the Mitchell family beginning in England at the outbreak of World War II, chronicling the triumphs and tragedies of those tumultuous times. But most of all, it is the story of Jim Mitchell, a young ambitious English boy hardened by his wartime experience. Eager to grasp life’s opportunities, he embarks on an adventure peopled by a rich cast of characters he meets along the way.
  • Night Music

    by Deanna Lynn Sletten
    In 1970, Joe came home from the Vietnam War craving a peaceful, small-town life. He never imagined he’d be swept up into the anti-war movement and meet the woman of his dreams. Night Music is a story about a moment in time when the world was chaotic and nothing was completely clear. In the midst of all the chaos, can Char and Joe somehow find enough middle ground to fall in love?
  • My Boston and Me: To the Park

    by Amanda C Preston
    This is the first in a series of children's books that follows the real life antics of a young girl named Anya and her lovable Boston Terrier named Jemma. The book has been beautifully illustrated with full page colorful images that are sure to delight children of all ages. Come follow along as Anya and Jemma go to the park! This book series is geared towards young children ages 2+ and features a fun rhyming story line that parents will love reading aloud to their children.
  • Arcadia

    by C. Stephen Badgley
    Arcadia is a story of undying love set during the tumultuous years of the American Civil War. Two children, Gabriel and Lorena found a very special, mystical place near their homes in the Appalachian hills of southern Ohio and claimed it as their own. They named it Arcadia and at this place, they grew up, fell in love and promised each other that they would be together for eternity. The Civil War separated the two for a while, a long while, but Lorena knew in her heart that someday Gabri... more
  • Cactus Jumpers

    by Andrew Burch
    The town of Emerald, California is a quiet, mostly peaceful place. The struggle for power between Moss Williams, the head of the Rancher's Association, and Skip Traeger, the local business tycoon who owns half the town goes mostly unnoticed by the townsfolk until a body turns up in the water hole. Now, Marshal Mason Boydette has to get to the bottom of the biggest mystery Emerald has ever seen. But the Marshal isn't alone. Along the way, he'll try to get help from his trusty deputy, an unorthodo... more
  • Ingenue

    by R. John
    Six girls come together to form a pop-rock band and get more than they bargained for with global success, fame and fortune...
  • Welcome to Tinseltown

    by R. John
    Rich had been working in the television industry since the earliest days in New York before moving to Hollywood to work on filmed TV. Over the years he worked with the major studios, won awards, make big bucks, bought fancy cars, houses and married his college, sweetie. Rich had everything going for him and a few things like indulging too much in booze and the ladies. One day his wife has enough and takes Rich to the cleaners. Pulling himself up by his bootstraps Rich, along with his partner ... more
  • Atlantis

    by Carol Roberts
    When Alanthea, high-priestess of Atlantis, connects to a woman in her dreams, she becomes haunted by a mystery. Compelled to trace the other woman's life she finds coded poems that hold clues to the predicament of her people. Now she has to venture ever farther into forbidden territory to link past and present, and understand the real danger threatening Atlantis. Arakon always thought of himself as an orphan, a loner without any real belonging. But after a strange encounter his life changes, ... more
  • Peculiar Savage Beauty

    by Jessica McCann
    Peculiar Savage Beauty is the story of a headstrong and fiercely independent young woman who charges into the heart of the wind- and drought-ravaged Great Plains in the 1930s, intent on battling the dust and healing the land. As a geologist working for the U.S. government, Rosa Jean “RJ” Evans must find her place in a small farming town that welcomes neither a woman in authority nor changes to their way of life. Inspired by actual historical events during the Great Depression and Dust Bowl envi... more
  • Paisley Rabbit and the Treehouse Contest

    by Steve Richardson
    Can a lone girl rabbit with the odds stacked against her surprise Jimmy and the other animals to win the big treehouse construction contest? When the school year starts out, Jimmy Squirrel, whose dad owns the biggest construction company in the city, challenges a close group of friends to a treehouse contest. To everyone's surprise, Paisley Rabbit, who has never touched a hammer or a nail and has no one to help her, joins the contest as a long shot to win. But as things heat up, Paisley shows sh... more
  • Hey Honey: The Scary, Airy Basement (Hey, Honey! Book 4)

    by Paula I. Carr
    Mommy is working down in the basement, a dark, scary place—at least in Honey’s imagination. Honey’s never been down there, because she’s terrified of the danger that awaits at the bottom of those stairs. Her friend Herbie comes up with a plan to show Honey that sometimes what’s in your head is much worse than real life.