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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • An Open Window

    by P. B. Harrison
    Born in a drafty house, Jessie, the first born of Mary and her abusive husband, Bill, was born for better things. Throughout her childhood, she tells stories that enable her to escape into her own made up world. She cares for her siblings and manages to establish lifelong friendships. As a teenager, her parents divorce, and Jessie begins to experience days without the need to weigh every action or word. She no longer fears the night or the soft footsteps that once came to her bedside. Because of... more
  • Fundamentals of Predictable Economy: Economy from the Standpoint of General System Theory

    by Yury G. Geltser
    Our world is a material chain of the interconnected systems. For the first time, the author of this book attempts to describe the economic system at the level of an independent state through the language and methodological principles of General System Theory. You will learn what the elements of the economic system are and how they function; about the peculiarities of correlations; how the formal and informal structures are formed; where objectives originate from; and that the planning and foreca... more

    by Brendon Boone
    At the Civil War's end, the horrors of war have taken their toll on Campbell McCool, a freshly-discharged young Confederate Army doctor. Having accidentally shot a young Union Soldier after peace had been declared, Cam pledges to himself and to the dying lad to seek out the boy's parents in an effort somehow to help them reconcile their son's not returning after the war. With his home destroyed, and his wife and baby son dead under tragic circumstances, Cam starts his journey northward, preach... more
  • Worth the Wait

    by Naomi Hafford-Smith
    If you know and believe with all assurance you are going to obtain your desire, why would you become impatient or refuse to wait? You were designed to become a kingdom-minded warrior through your wilderness experiences. The preparation has been a prerequisite for receiving what you have long awaited for. The stage of waiting effectively is the most vital phase in bringing forth prophecy. Waiting is a normal and natural course of life that every individual must learn to embrace. Don't allow your ... more
  • Death on the Bay of Pampelonne

    by Susanna Gold
    Natalie Lambert, owner of Lambert Introductions International, a dating agency that sets up beautiful women with wealthy men, has just signed up three new women. Lucia, an Italian beauty residing in London wants to meet a man with political clout. Monica, a New Yorker, is open to new experiences. Christina, who lives in San Francisco, wants to meet a man who is both handsome and rich. And Natalie has the perfect matches for all three. The women have high expectations, but soon find themselves in... more
  • Public Information 2nd Edition

    by Rolf Margenau
    CANDIDE meets MASH. Freshly minted infantryman, twenty-year-old Wylie Cypher, arrives in war torn Korea in 1952. Every indication is that he has limited chances for survival. As an enemy bomber looms overhead, he prays that he can survive a sixteen-month tour of duty without, as his sergeant says, getting his ass shot off.Wylie is recruited to join the staff of a Division Public Information Office (PIO) where he reports on many aspects of the conflict. He uses his infantry training in bloody co... more
  • Land of NOW

    by Katie Mullaly

    Sit here in NOW; in this Land you will find, ways to clear all the chaos and quiet your mind.

    In Land of NOW, you learn the tools for how to be present, in this moment by clearing out all the useless thoughts that are blocking the NOW. Whatever the reason, whether it’s worry, regret, or not liking what is, Land of NOW can show you what to do with all the useless thoughts, and how to let them move on so you can enjoy the present, the only moment we have, the NOW.<... more

  • Land of I AM

    by Katie Mullaly

    In Land of I AM you will find your way through, past all the false mirrors and to the REAL you!

    Two of the most powerful, important words in the world are “I am.” These simple words shape how you see yourself, and how the world sees you. The good news is that we can control the I AMs that we use, we just need to learn how.

    In Land of I AM, you wind your way through a maze of warped mirrors that reflect the distorted images you’ve created, keeping... more

  • Too Many Talents: A Nissa the Woodland Fairy Book (Volume 4)

    by BB Walsh
    Nissa, the Youngest Woodland Fairy who always speaks in verse, keeps adding to her talent list as she gets ready for the Annual Woodland Talent show. With so many talents, the judges will surely pick her as the winner, right?
  • Son of Perdition

    by William Harms

    Set in the gutted, devastated remains of the American South in the months following the conclusion of the Civil War, Son of Perdition follows a Union soldier named Samuel Glazer as he tracks down the Confederate guerillas that brutally murdered his family.

    Glazer, however, is no ordinary man, and his unholy quest for vengeance is as insatiable as it is destructive.

    Former sheriff and Confederate soldier Lee Sinclair wants nothing more than to live a quiet life as a blacksmith. Whe... more

  • Crazy About Kurt

    by Will Link
    Crazy About Kurt takes place over one night in the dirtbag suburbs of Long Island, and follows four friends who struggle with sex, identity and the inevitability of adulthood, all against the backdrop of Kurt Cobain’s suicide. In the vein of American Graffiti or Dazed and Confused, it is a meditation on a generation at a very specific time and place. It is steeped in pop culture, told with humor, emotion and nostalgia. This isn’t just a story for those 90’s kids who grew up on Tori Amos, Jurassi... more
  • Attack at Shark Bay

    by Denis W. Shuker
    ATTACK AT SHARK BAY : Featuring THE RIWAKA GANG © – FOUR COUNTRY KIDS INTO EXTREME ADVENTURES A high-octane, rip-roaring adventure story for kids, eight years and up — When their favorite teacher suddenly goes missing and the police haven’t found him — The Riwaka Gang, four country kids who love adventure, decide to get involved. Jackson, Jessica, Rangi and Sam will need every skill plus a ton of courage. Dangerous situations and extreme challenges confront them. But will they find Mr Chapma... more
  • Absence of Manners

    by Jeannie Morgan
    Set in early 18 th century in colonial Australia, Absence of Manners traces the journey of two people, an innocent young woman and the convict she helps escape from certain execution. Her guilt about this, leads her to a life as a governess to outback families. Meanwhile the convict continues his escape through the help of local and then American Whaling Crews. Returning to England he is able to establish his innocence and resume his privileged life. He , however, feels beholden to those who ri... more
  • The Clearing

    by Jeannie Morgan
  • Trillium

    by Margaret Lindsay Holton
    Spanning a period of 250 years, three very distinct families arrive, settle and strive in the burgeoning wine-making district of Niagara. Expect the good, bad and ugly. Hashtag: #landlustloot
  • The Totally Ninja Raccoon Joke Book

    by Kevin Coolidge
    What's black and white and read all over? Why, The Totally Ninja Raccoon Joke Book, of course! Kids love jokes! They'll love this goofy joke book filled with hundreds of funny jokes and illustrations. Kids will be laughing and sharing these jokes with everyone. Great for early and reluctant readers. Be warned! These jokes are totally ninja and totally silly. The Totally Ninja Raccoons is a series of early chapter readers specifically for reluctant readers. The target audience is second throug... more