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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Montgomery Rabbit

    by Sandy Little

    ​​Adventure and mysteries await a young lop-eared rabbit when he accidently falls through a hole in the fence.

    With no way back to his shady, comfortable yard, Montgomery sets out to explore the world beyond. Along the way, he meets a field rabbit named Bentley, and the two are off in search of the legendary raspberry patch. Their mission is a treacherous one, and Montgomery will come face- to- face with preditors he's never known before- coyotes, hawks, and even a rattlesnake! But ... more

  • Judging Laura

    by Peter Rizzolo
    Laura Hamby, high school senior, victim of rape is shunned by her friends and labeled damaged goods by her mother. She strikes out on her own and settles into a small New Jersey town where she waits tables, earns her GED and secures a position in a hospital medical records department. Bruce, her old boy friend tracks her down. After several years of marriage they decide to have a child but learns she cannot conceive because of a disease she contracted at the time of the sexual assault. From thi... more
  • Displaced

    by Irena Kowal
    In 1969 Irena and Orest, American sister and Siberian brother, in their twenties, meet in Moscow for the first time. They spend the month of August on a tour of Soviet Ukraine, a trip that will change their lives forever. As the siblings discover each other, Orest enables Irenaa to wake up to her own womanhood and intellectual potential, even as he finds himself torn. He may love her as a sister but he desires her as a woman. Interspersed are flashbacks to the horrors of World War II, Siberian ... more
  • Of Love and Courage

    by Dennis Smith

    From the teeming metropolis of New York to the seething streets of Manila and Cotabato City in the Philippine south, this is a timely tale of forbidden and courageous love -- set against the backdrop of today's pressing issues involving cultural division and religious conflict.

    Michael Marshall is the Homeland Security Director of New York, a former NYPD officer, and a Delta Force Ranger who has seen action in Fallujah and Mosul. He spends his waking hours safeguarding the people of... more

  • The Ghost of Christmas Past

    by Michael Hebler
    Based on Charles Dickens’ famous character of the same name, the radiant ghost shines again when embarking on a spiritual adventure into its past in search of meaning for its being. The Ghost of Christmas Past has had its flame extinguished. Lost souls cannot find their way to redemption without the Spirit's fire illuminating their shadowed memories. Guided by the Christmas Angel, the Ghost of Christmas Past must search for its missing flame within the visions of a mortal life it had long for... more
  • ABC Questions

    by Christine Cruz
    Beverly is starting her first year of school. One of Beverly’s first lessons is the Alphabet, and she has lots of amusing questions about the ABCs. Readers can join Beverly as she asks her ABC questions, and learn along the way. ABC Questions is intended for early learners ages 3-6 years old.
  • At Home Among Sinners

    by Elizabeth Upton
    Against the odds, Callahan matures from a teenage Belfast street thug and IRA killer to a happily married man and expectant father. Then tragically, fate snatches away his wife, his unborn child and his world in the flash of a tragic accident for which he feels responsible. Years later, just as he begins to find peace and serenity again as a monk in a rural Irish monastery, a vindictive superior banishes the handsome young man to a life in the priesthood at a derelict parish in New York City. ... more
  • Dreams of Home

    by Linda McGinnis

    Two Japanese/American families in Hawaii face WWII with courage and resolve. Grace Kawakami, her 2 brothers, and her cousins are torn apart, and struggle to survive nearly impossible circumstances as the world around them explodes. Island life and military life collide day after day in this carefully researched novel about growing up in wartime Hawaii.

  • Woman With Doll & Other Stories

    by Joan Slowey
    The characters in this collection of stories live on the edge of life, reaching for harmony, for stillness and joy. They are calculating, devious, and a bit odd, but funny too, and brave. Their situations are difficult to deal with and the solutions are often unexpected or harsh or, sadly, just as you would expect. The sea is a constant in their lives; for some it is integral to their livelihoods and for others a source of peace and solace.
  • Otorongo

    by JimLinsa
    Jim's wish to learn more about the spirit realms results in Linsa, his Muse, leading him on a journey through his Third Chakra, where magic mushrooms carpet the fields, and in the course of demonic orgies conducted in a medieval castle Jim falls in love with Mindu, the young girl spirit of his dreams. Their happiness, however, is threatened by Linsa's jealousy and her obsession with the demon/efreet Jod, an escaped spirit slave to whom she has offered a hiding place from the dangerous evil mast... more
  • Francis Goes to South America

    by Sonia B. McNulty
    If you have read the story of Francis the Horse That Is and Francis Goes To Europe, you will know that Francis has become the world's most famous horse with two legs; not only because of his disability and inspiration, but also because of the delightful, unbelievable, mischievous, unforgiving, humorous and outrageous behaviour from his loyal and trustworthy friends. In Francis Goes to South America the racing fraternity has invited Francis and his friends to visit South America: however the frie... more
  • Francis Goes to Europe

    by Sonia B. McNulty
    At last - the sequel to Francis The Horse That Is, is here at last: Francis Goes to Europe consists of even more fun and frolic, as Francis is invited to race at Ascot in the UK. Before travelling through Europe with unexpected and uninvited friends who turn up in the most unpredictable manner, and decide to disguise a shipload of cows and sheep to save their lives from a disastrous outcome; especially as they all have to hide from the immigration authorities in each country. Yet, still managing... more
  • Traditional Wisdom in African Proverbs ISBN: 978-9988-8228-0-4

    by Mawutodzi Kodzo Abissath
    The contains 2000 traditional proverbs from 41 African countries. It was first published in 2004 with my co-author Albin Kweky Korem. He was a Slovak national who lived in Ghana for over 30 years. However, he died in 2006 in his home country Slovakia. This is the second edition published in 2016 by the Ghana Universities Press, Accra. I am a Ghanaian bilingual journalist, author, poet and blogger. I currently work with the Information Services Department of the Ministry of Communications as D... more
  • Santa Down

    by AM SARDAR

    Once Upon a Christmas Eve there was a riot in Santa Land caused by severe industrial unrest. All the little Elves, all the large Globs and all the other various enchanted creatures, gathered together and tried to burn down the workshop. Voices were raised, fingers were pointed, and, on occasion, violent harm was done to both persons and property. By providence and good luck Santa Clown returned to bring harmony to Santa Land and normal service was resumed.

    The dark deeds of Christmas Ev... more

  • Santa Clown

    by AM SARDAR

    Santa Clown delivered his gifts with a joke and a laugh until one Christmas Eve he disappeared into the night and was replaced by his brother Santa Claus. Santa Clown was forgotten, lost in the mists of old Christmas's. Now there is trouble in Santa's Workshop! Saboteurs are wrecking the production lines and demanding the return of the Forgotten One; "Shoot Santa Claus down, Bring back the Santa Clown".

    Mr Drole, the long suffering Head Troll, is trying desperately to ... more

  • Wild Winter

    by C.A. Hartnell
    New and revised, author approved edition. Ring the Christmas bell for friendship, fun, mystery, and holiday joy that fill the pages of Wild Winter: Christmas, Clues, and Crooks, the fourth and final volume in a four book series. Help eleven-year-old, All-American kids, Pete and Carol Ann, plan a Christmas pageant to raise money for needy families in their 1950s community of El Monte, California. When money is missing and destruction occurs, can these two friends, and a one-year-old beagle hound,... more

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