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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Ariam Stone: Kingdom of the Lost

    by Michael Maira
    Professor Ariam Stone is plucked from obscurity when a strange man turns up on his doorstep with a map, an artifact, and fantastical claim of a lost civilization waiting to be discovered. Along with his younger charge, John Rykar, the pair set off on what becomes a global race against the criminal Blackstone Corporation. Pursued and hounded at every turn and discovery the pair will make new friends and foes alike on a journey thwarting betrayal and discovery. They will ultimately find out that e... more
  • Tosca Training by Real Time Experts - Free Demo

    by priya sony

    Tosca is an agile software tool specialized in automating end to end application testing processes. It is created on a Linear methodology and the perspectives remembered for this are development tests script design, test data design, test automation strategy. 

    HKR's Tosca training developed with an aim to equip the learners with the industry demanded skills. This course covers start to finish ideas to make you a talented Tosca proficient. Get the best Tosca training from the in... more

  • Angel of Aleppo

    by Jon Cocks
    In Angel of Aleppo, Anoush, a beautiful Armenian girl, sees her mother shot and is evicted from her Anatolian village in 1915. She helps many survive, as she endures the Death Marches to Aleppo and the Mesopotamian desert. She becomes known as the Angel of Aleppo, finds true love, but suffers many losses. Over the years, the pain of war does not go away and by the Armenian Genocide’s 50th anniversary, Anoush is widowed and alone. But this day brings her something she never expected.
  • The Human Zoo

    by Kasey Rocazella
    Jax Cooper lives a comfortable life, maybe too comfortable. Born into a powerful family. Jax is the son of the largest mogul in the world. As a journalist for The Globe, he takes on a unique, self-assigned piece: to investigate his father's empire, The Human Zoo. Disguised as one of the animals and stripped of his identity, wealth, and eugenic luxuries, Jax is challenged by what it means to be human when he meets Priya. Born into the zoo's captivity, Priya has only known two things; she does ... more
  • The Printer and The Strumpet

    by Larry Brill
    A conservative English-born newspaperman and a fiery American prostitute join forces to publish stories of British military abuse and government scandals in 1773 Boston. The story is a satire of how today's media might cover the period from the Boston Tea Party to the battle of Lexington.
  • fine.

    by CC Lepki
    Sydney is no stranger to bad choices, but lately it seems making bad decisions is the only thing she's good at. As her already tenuous relationship with her parents deteriorates and her best friend prepares to leave her behind, Sydney's wild descent into darkness, self-hatred, and regret makes one thing perfectly clear: Everything is not fine.
  • A History of Harry

    by CC Lepki
    My mother died when I was twelve. After that, I stopped speaking. Since then, people have treated me different. The only friend I have left is Harry, the hobo that lives in the park. My father treats me like some sort of science experiment gone wrong, and his girlfriend would do anything just to get rid of me. At first I thought my dad would never give in to his girlfriend's pressure. At first, I thought he loved me. But after one mistake, everything changed. My quiet life suddenly became a l... more
  • The Guitar Player: Nuit Blanche

    by Ed Levesko

    The Guitar Player is a story about people, in Paris, who find themselves in this most glorious of cities trying to determine who they are and their place in life. There is no formula about understanding ourselves, or understanding the things that happen while we are alive. The Guitar Player and Paris simply tell us, it is what it is!

    Hemingway called Paris "A Moveable Feast". No other city deserves such a well-deserved sobriquet!

    Whether you have visited it or simply dre... more

  • For the Love of Many

    by Vivian Dunn
    Two young Broadway chorus girls fall in love in the man's world of show business in 1924.
  • Love in a Time of Hate: New Orleans During Reconstruction

    by Matthew Cost
    “A Voodoo ritual?” Emmett stared dumbly at her. A young man from Maine fights for social equality in New Orleans after the Civil War while pursuing a murderer of prostitutes, becoming enmeshed in voodoo, and falling in love. “Education is the tool that makes us all equal, whether we are Black, white, Indian, woman, or man,” Manon said. Much like Louisiana’s famous gumbo, Love in A Time of Hate, is a spicy dish of varied ingredients. The main theme is the struggle for social equality between t... more
  • Terror of the Dog People

    by Marcus Stratford
    A bold exploration in style and self-analysis. An unraveling, thematically disconcerting novella in three parts. Experimentally written in dramatic form, lyrical narrative, and stream-of-consciousness flashbacks, all circled around one conversation between two broken lovers at a diner. Lives are encapsulated and characters painted over cold eggs and hot coffee. Stratford explores themes of narcissism, hallucinatory OCD, and human stubbornness, concocting a post-modern portrait of two beings conf... more
  • A Splash of Sass: Sassafras Gets a Puppy

    by Janet Adams
    Sassafras, or "Sass," is a sweet girl with just a splash of sass. She has always wanted a puppy. In this middle-grade chapter book, she and her brother get two puppies... and quite a bit more than they bargained for. After these mischievous puppies cause trouble, Sass will learn valuable lessons about the puppies and herself.
  • A Far Strange Country: Feast of Consequences - Book II of II

    by Arielle Hunter

    What do;

    • A mother
    • A Father
    • A Viet Nam veteran, partially paralyzed by a drug overdose,
    • His impetuous 18 year old girlfriend and her promiscuous friend,
    • A pair of stoner college professors,
    • A former bombshell starlet, and her cowboy husband,
    • A notorious epileptic Italian actor/director and his young wife bought from a Serbian Gypsy,
    • An enigmatic cult leader who is rumored to be a murderer,
    • A Native American Pentecostal ... more
  • Open Wounds

    by S.C. Farrow
    An acutely-sensitive eleven-year-old girl is scorned by her fifth-grade teacher. Assaulted by her mother’s boyfriend, a fourteen-year-old girl longs to be loved by her teenaged crush. An immigrant woman who fled her homeland is forced to travel across county by the man who promised her a better life. A war veteran’s family falls apart as he combats the consequences of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. And an Anglican nun struggles to comfort a woman who’s been sentenced to the gallows. The char... more
  • Ernestine

    by Kate Reynolds
    Ernestine is the tale of a small-time bunco artist turned nun. In 1527, Sister Ernestine arrives reluctantly in Inquisition-shackled Spain carrying guilt and a document that can change the European balance of power. Her plans to repent are interrupted when she discovers that she's been tracked to Spain by a French spy who covets the document she carries. Ernestine must decide whether to risk her life trying to fulfill a promise or stay and face her fears in the abbey that has offered her succor ... more
  • Overlanding

    by Sue Watson
    Kate longs for adventure while in South Africa, so when she meets Zaleka, a young Zulu girl with a wealth of cultural knowledge and a heart for adventure, an instant friendship turns into the voyage of a lifetime. Zaleka feels pressure to become a Sangoma, a traditional tribal spiritual guide, a lifetime commitment that makes her uneasy. Kate grapples with her future path, seeking to learn more about animals to aid her Ethology studies. With each traveling her journey of self-discovery, Kate a... more

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