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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Raising Mary Jane

    by Christian Van Allen
    It's 1969, and Wesley Daggert arrives in Big Sur, CA with just a suitcase and $300. He is soon swept up in an epic adventure including wildfires, wild parties, and marijuana cultivation. We follow Wesley's early dabbling in growing marijuana to his becoming one of the largest growers of high grade sinsemilla on the coast.
  • Maggie's Secret Garden

    by Thurston Pope
    An true story and outdoor adventure unlike any other! Maggie takes finding buried treasure to a different level when a new world is uncovered in her backyard.
  • My Mother's Apprentice

    by Diana McDonough
    My Mother’s Apprentice is the sequel to Stuck in the Onesies and the daughters’ story. It begins in early 1970s Jamaica where Ginger aspires to be a reggae sensation and Karen, a writer. Abortion and addiction draws you into the lives of two opposite best friends and how their loyalty to one another tries to transcend their differences.
  • Fabric of a Generation

    by Tasha Madison
    Miranda dreams of disappearing. That and torturing her younger brainiac of a brother. To sidestep the risk of personal vulnerability (and her much-hated history class), she plays soccer or skips school by escaping to her favorite magic shop whenever she gets the chance. As her truancy creates a rift between her ambitious TV producer mother and misunderstood stay-at-home dad, Miranda begins to covet the unknown destiny of strangers and questions whether she will ever have one of her own worth ... more
  • Tramps

    by Elliott Murphy
    Tramps is a 1980’s era blues bar in New York City where ex-punk Hoover has found his muse in the basement standing among the rat poison snorting cocaine with his best friend, bartender and drug dealer Jacky, while trying to make sense of a post-Elvis world, burying himself in the black shawl of the blues and looking for redemption in the rarified uptown elegance of the Frick Collection. Home is a call girl with a heart of gold as the Mafia and nihilism closes in from all sides.
  • Diamonds By The Yard

    by Elliott Murphy
    Diamonds by the Yard is the story of Lexi Langdon, a beautiful young heiress from Houston, Texas, living in New York with her husband Ray Arthur - a record company executive with dangerous Mafia ties - and her affair with Lee Franklin, an ambitious singer-songwriter. The setting is New York City and the East End of Long Island, The Hamptons, in 1975–76, a time when excessive and flamboyant behavior was the norm. The rich and famous interact with characters from all walks of life, from notorious ... more
  • CROSS OF SWORDS

    by GINA DETWILER
    Will, a young knight, joins Godfrey of Boullion and four other noblemen on a quest known to history as the First Crusade.
  • Everywhere She's Not

    by N. John Shore, Jr.

    David is a brilliant young man living alone in an old seaside motel in San Francisco in 1979. He has just destroyed the life that he and his live-in girlfriend Kate spent two years building together.

    He has no idea why he did the terrible thing he did. All he knows is that he's appalled he did it, and desperately wants Kate back. Fat chance. Kate, who loves David, is many things. Stupid isn't one of them.

    Everywhere She's Not is about crazy-making, mind-boggli... more

  • Another American Century

    by B. Hazleton
    By the end of the 2020’s, socialism and political correctness have pushed the United States toward their inexorable conclusion: state mandated equality of health care, college education, and income achieved at the expense of individual opportunity and free enterprise. As the government becomes increasingly beholden to special interests and hamstrung by entanglements abroad, economic and social chaos ensue and the American Dream unravels. Told through a series of people and events over the remain... more
  • I'd Like A Cat Like That

    by John Allen
    A lyrical, whimsical story of a cat that can do all that including shooting baskets, driving a power boat and helping out with math. Yes, I'd like a cat like that.
  • A Divided Mind

    by M. Billiter
    What if the only friend you have isn’t real? When the voices in his head begin to make sense, high school senior Branson Kovac turns to the one friend he’s still got… only to discover he’s not really there.
  • Tanglefoot: Book one of the 'Suncookers series (Print)

    by B.W. Edwards
    Set in the Northwoods of Maine in an isolated logging community, Tanglefoot follows young Charlie King as he learns the ropes of making, transporting and selling moonshine during the summer of 1920 right after prohibition began. Conflict between brewers causes serious problems. Charlie works for his controlling father, Caleb, his kind Uncle Amos, and learns that he has unexpected abilities as a Native American shaman from his mentor, Hiram Francis. \tAuthentic details about working in the woods... more
  • THE ITALIAN CHRONICLES: The Complete Trilogy

    by MaryAnn Diorio
    Now, all three novels of THE ITALIAN CHRONICLES Trilogy in one book! Follow the page-turning saga of Maria Landro as she faces losing her fortune, her family, and her faith. Book 1: THE MADONNA OF PISANO A young woman, a priest, and a secret that keeps them bitterly bound to each other…. A young, 19th-century Sicilian woman, Maria Landro, has a bright future ahead of her. Engaged to be married to her childhood sweetheart, Carlo Mancini, Maria is suddenly blindsided by her pastor and form... more
  • Woman of Flames

    by Kim Stokely
    Based on the life of a Jewish prophet, Woman of Flames is a sweeping epic of how faith, lust, and revenge can drive nations into war. As a child, Deborah must convince those around her that her visions are a gift from the Hebrew God, whom she is called to serve. As she matures, Deborah battles the prejudices of her people to achieve the position God has ordained, that of a spiritual leader for Israel. Growing in confidence and power, Deborah accepts God’s promise to use her to free the Israe... more
  • In the Shadow of the Queen

    by Kim Stokely
    Jerusalem, 76 B.C. For the first time in history, a woman rightfully reigns over Israel. The queen's rule gives Anna, a gifted young seamstress, opportunities for work and education she never thought possible. But to achieve her dreams, Anna must enter a world festering with intrigue and deceit. Those living within the queen's shadow already plot to seize the throne when she is dead. Even Lev, Anna's first love, is drawn into this underlying world of power, pleasure and political maneuvering. ... more
  • The Walshes: The Coming of Eve

    by Joe Clark
    April Walsh considers herself an ordinary housewife. Her marriage to her husband, Joe, has had its ups and downs, but April loves being a wife and mother. April is also a writer, and she hasn’t been able to find a good story in a very long time. That all changes when April is given an assignment to go undercover as a prostitute. Her editor tells her that if her story doesn’t feel real, it won’t sell. April decides to go all in. Exit April, and enter Eve. Eve is April’s alter ego. She’s a glam... more

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