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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Voting With a Porpoise

    by Russell Glass and Sean Callahan
    Petey is a Porpoise. He has lots of good ideas. Like when he convinced his octopus friend that he'd be a great bowler. But his best idea yet was holding a vote to save the dolphin pod he's a part of. You can read about that adventure in Voting with a Porpoise.
  • Stealing Mr. Smith

    by Tanya E Williams
    “I’ve always deserved better. Nobody ever told me so. It is simply a fact I’ve always known to be true.” After surviving the loss of both her parents – one to illness and the other to abandonment – Bernice Rosin finds herself at a South Dakota orphanage that will never feel like home. Longing for a life free of poverty and misfortune, she takes matters into her own hands, determined to secure her own happily ever after no matter the cost. In 1948, a relocation west promises a life rich wit... more
  • The Revelation: Rise of the Fallen

    by Jewel Hart
    The war has started. Michael and Gabriel must find the other two archangels. Evan, the world’s richest man, is revealed as the Antichrist with armies of evil and beasts of the apocalypse at his command to decimate the world. Lies and deceit put Evan on the world stage before his horrific plots unfold. Michael and his angels must stop them. And somewhere the holy family is hiding, and waiting for their guardian angel to save them. This is an action-packed thriller from beginning to end! Part 2 of... more
  • Becoming Mrs. Smith

    by Tanya E Williams
    Not all of war's destruction takes place on the battlefield. A heart warming tale of love, life, and friendship. Becoming Mrs. Smith is sure to transport you back in time to pre-war, small town America where a young couple's love story begins to unfold. Violet's heart flutters from the scarlet fever she survived as a child, and it beats faster at the sight of John Smith, the man she plans to marry. America is entrenched in WWII, and when John enlists, Violet is certain she won't ever forgi... more
  • Off the Dark Ledge

    by Angie Gallion
    Stacy Linde is a wife and mother living in a friendly neighborhood in Northern Florida. She has a wonderful life. When her mother dies, Stacy’s life is disrupted and spirals swiftly into chaos when she uncovers dark secrets about her origins. Who are you when everything you thought you knew was a lie? Is Stacy the woman she knows herself to be, raised by loving and kind parents? Or is she hiding within a shell she built to protect herself from her own terrible past? Will her search for an... more
  • Icara

    by Angie Gallion

    Alison Hayes is set to fly or flee. When she follows her friend, Cici, to California she hopes it will be the beginning of a new, perfect life. She has spent her days trying to do something better, trying not to repeat the mistakes made by her alcoholic and broken mother. Yet, she is haunted by the only "right thing" she has ever done being the one thing she couldn't keep. Can Alison create a new, charmed life in a land where nobody knows her history? Can she soar to the el... more

  • Purgus

    by Angie Gallion
    When Alison Hayes finds herself suddenly set free in the world to build her life out of the crumbled ruins of her childhood, she must come to terms with her own demons before she can make her way out of the chaos left by her mother's life. Were people right to think she would follow the same road her mother traveled, or would Alison be able to forge a new path? Is she destined to repeat the mistakes of her mother, or is she free to make choices for a better way? When there are opportunities to... more
  • Intoxic

    by Angie Gallion
    When Alison Hayes walks into her storm-darkened trailer the afternoon of her sixteenth birthday, she has no idea that it will be the beginning of a year like no other. Her mother has lost her job, again, the most stable man they’ve ever had in their lives is looking for the nearest exit, and her best friend is dating the prom queen. She can’t remember the last time anything good had happened to her. If the rails still passed through the town, she would definitely be on the wrong side, always loo... more
  • The Book of Cain

    by Jeff Lowe
    Richard Tyler is a “bad boy.” Seventeen, going on thirty-five. A dangerous predator with extraordinary fighting skills and a record of extreme violence. In a last-ditch effort to keep him out of prison, Doctor Lillian Last is brought in to do what no one else has accomplished. She must peel back the scales and scar tissue of his mysterious past to discover some redemptive goodness under the hard shell of the boy who calls himself “Cain.” It would take a miracle to find the truth. And when that m... more
  • Dear American Brother

    by Joe J. Elder

    In this captivating novel, based on a true story, the Communist Revolution explodes across Russia, and Hans Gerein is rocked by the same reverberations felt around the world. In a Russia rife with danger and treachery, he overcomes starvation, a lengthy sentence to a gulag camp and devastating twists of fate. The gruesome choice he must make to save his daughter's life cannot weaken his resolve to survive the Stalin and Hitler era, no matter the cost to his heart or his humanity... more

  • A Bullied Reunion

    by Chris Ponici
    From the moment Cristiano Leuca stepped onto the gym floor in Grade 8 at Burnaby Central Senior Secondary to the day he graduated, he suffered at the hands of three boys that tormented and terrorized and bullied his every waking moment. But now, at their twenty-year high school reunion, the tables are about to turn: Cristiano—with the help of his best friend, Alex—will exact revenge and serve up a punishment that will fit the crime(s)... Covering each high school year and taking us from pa... more
  • The Alchemy of Noise

    by Lorraine Devon Wilke

    2019 Readers' Favorite Awards Gold Medal Winner in Fiction (Literary)
    2019 Best Book Awards Finalist in Fiction (Literary)
    2019 International Book Awards, Finalist, Fiction (Multicultural)
    2020 IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award Fiction Silver Medal in Multicultural
    2019 Foreword Indie Finalist in Adult Fiction: Multicultural
    2019 Nautilus Book Awards Silver Winner in Ficti... more

  • Scott and the Runaway Sock: A Heartwarming Story of Friendship

    by Niall Cunniffe
    Scott the sock has never left his drawer. And why would he, when he's got his matching sock, Stitch, to play with? But when Stitch runs away, Scott must choose between the safety of the drawer or following his friend into the big scary world outside. Funny and charming, highlighting the importance of friendship today, Scott and the Runaway Sock is sure to warm the hearts of both children and adults alike.
  • George the Orphan Crow and the Creatures of Blossom Valley

    by Jewel Hart
    After his parents are killed, George, the Orphan Crow, starts a new life among the lively creatures of Blossom Valley and the enchanting butterflies that live there. But all is not as it seems… an evil ladybird, envious of the butterflies’ beauty lures them to a remote place with a wicked plan in mind. George becomes suspicious and flies out looking for them. But is he too late? Has the wicked ladybird already put her plan into action? This original, intriguing story is mainly told by the colorf... more
  • Ramon Pons: Count of Toulouse

    by Michael Ponzio
    Who was Ramon Pons? He was the Count of Toulouse, who sustained his family’s ancient loyalty to the King of France following the breakup of Charlemagne’s Empire. He was a military leader, governing from horseback to preserve the loyalty of southern France to the king. He was relentlessly vigilant, and defended his domains from Arabs, Hungarians, and rebellions against the French crown. He was a husband and father, married to Garsinda, the daughter of the Viscount of Narbonne. He was pious ... more
  • The Ghosts of Hawthorn, Missouri

    by James Peet
    Eric Redmond and Daniel Wright were two adopted brothers who grew up together, and died a world apart. They met in the middle of an American heartland that seemed perpetually in decline: shambolic trailer parks, a meth epidemic, and indifference between neighbors, but with the refuge of religion. Here, communities of blue-collar workers resigned to a lifetime of beige depression – themselves descendants of two centuries of cultural calamities, armed only with the faint hope of one day living... more