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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Iron Butterfly

    by Lisa Wainland
    In an instant, Cassie must put aside all her day-to-day worries: her looks, a job she likes (well, deals with), what to wear. At twenty-nine, she receives sudden, life-changing news. She realizes that her everyday life with her fiancé, Jake, was pretty amazing. Who cares about a sarcastic boss or a promotion when losing everything has become a terrifying reality? Cassie's shocking news infiltrates the lives of everyone she loves, particularly Jake and her estranged sister, Sandy. Jake wants t... more
  • Australia 3 - Vatican 0

    by Richard Hirschhorn
    A raunchy romp through the outback and inback of Australia. A naughty look at religion, sex, politics, prejudice, genetics, mystery and adventure. A cast of insincere, dishonest, and downright manipulative characters, ranging from the power brokers of Australia, the United Nations, Church of Rome, Church of England to the renegade Church of the Last Days of Jesus; from frozen Iceland to the naked brown bodies of Naroa island . The Aborigine, unhappy with their image, decide to take over the whit... more
  • A Whole Lot

    by Bradley Wind
    Abel Velasco calculates many things. Things like the arc of falling sycamore leaves, the duration of a dog sneeze, or the number of times his aunt might hit him. He can't help it - he's a savant. It is 1982. Abel has left foster care to live with his newly found relatives. His typical teenage struggles are compounded by the complication of his savant talents. Searching for a challenge, Abel becomes obsessed with the mysterious architecture of an abandoned mansion and strangely numbered Bible, l... more
  • Murphy Bear's Tennis Lesson

    by Maura Moynihan
    Murphy discovers that the sport of tennis takes perseverance but it's a great way to meet new friends, get fit and have fun. Throughout the story are true tennis skills. Tennis tips are in the back of the book.
  • Jesse

    by Glen Alan Burke
    Jesse Savorié stood out at the all-white 1960’s Alabama school known as Jesse Rulam Elementary—not because he was dirt poor, or big, and not even because he was gifted in natural and supernatural ways. Jesse stood out because he was black in an all-white school, in a time when slavery was still believed and whites only mattered.
  • Paladin (Firebrand, book 2)

    by Sarah MacTavish

    When Lincoln calls for volunteers to put down the rebellion, four friends become soldiers for different reasons. Freedom. Justice. Love. Revenge. But they’re united by a secret… one of them is a girl in disguise.

    “This is my country, and I aim to fight for it. You can help me, or get out of my way. Your choice.”

    Hidden under an over-sized uniform and a false name, Saoirse Callahan strives to prove herself as strong and brave as any ... more

  • Down The Aisle With Bridezilla

    by Carli Palmer
    In the golden land of Malibu the sun is hot, the ocean breeze is crisp, and the brides are deranged! Dealing with four demanding clients, Megan Waters thought her job as a wedding planner would involve romance and eternal bliss. Instead her profession has been causing drama, outrageousness, and has made Megan reach for the aspirin bottle in her top drawer more than once. Along with her business partner Sasha, Megan runs Happily Ever After – a company that helps brides create the most amazing w... more
  • Mercy First And Last

    by Katie Hanrahan
    The youngest daughter of a prominent radical politician, Sarah Curran comes of age in an era of rebellion and revolution, buffeted by tragedy and scandal. She has long known Robert Emmet, but not until she is caught up in the fevered calls for Irish independence does she fall in love with the budding revolutionary leader. Her father forbids their union, but a child raised in a climate of insurrection veers towards her own small rebellion. Determined to win her father's acclaim, she strives t... more
  • Sangama: A Story of the Amazon Jungle

    by Raymond Enstam
    Early in the twentiety century the Amazon jungle was as it had been for millennia—wild and lush, beautiful, rich, and full of danger at every turn. In his first novel, Sangama, Peruvian author Arturo D. Hernández takes us deep into the Amazonian jungle during the time when the modern quest for riches first began to invade this primeval, unspoiled world. Abel Barcas, a young man who hopes to make his fortune in the rubber industry, meets the wise man, Sangama, a direct descendant of the Incan rul... more
  • The Song Journey

    by T.E Scott
    The Song Journey is the story of a young singer who inherits a box of sheet music from her famous great-grandmother. The music, once played, serves as a portal to the past, places as varied as 1900s Chicago, 1940s New Zealand, and antebellum Louisiana. In order to return to her world and time, Julia, the singer, must discover the significance of the music and how each piece links into her future. It is a story of human relationship, self-discovery, and the power of music.
  • Gateway of India (Omnibus Edition)

    by Ken Doyle
    The Gateway of India, built in the early twentieth century, served as a ceremonial entrance to the city of Bombay. Today, it remains the city’s most famous landmark. Set in 1980s Bombay, this collection of stories and a novella provides a gateway into the lives of ordinary citizens. A doctor who retires to begin a new life, a bus conductor, a police inspector, the residents in an affluent neighborhood, a schoolteacher and his students—each vignette captures the unique struggles and triumphs ... more
  • The Heart's Journey Home

    by Natalie Ducey
    Poetry for the soul. The Heart's Journey Home is a collection of 23 poems that capture the essence of the fragility and the resiliency of our hearts - the brilliant beauty of life's journey. We all love/loved deeply and most likely have been on both sides of goodbye. We know the immobilizing force of grief; we experienced hardships that have brought tears, revelations, and self-discoveries of strength unknown. These trials could easily dishearten us, but instead we choose to be more loving, comp... more
  • Building it up

    by KAT ROSE
    It was supposed to be the start of their lives, not the end. After a tragic accident as teenagers, Jensen Owens and Autumn Miller found themselves miles apart but fate would soon have other ideas. Jensen returns to the place he ran away from, but he is not the man he once was. He struggles with something that no one can see, a secret that could forever take him under. Autumn Miller was at a crossroads in her life. She had long since faced the past, or so she thought. That is until Jensen com... more
  • Carson Chance, P. I.

    by N. E. Brown
    Set against the rock and roll era of the early 1960’s, when casual sex and recreational drugs were the norm, a chance meeting on a road trip finds twenty-five year old, Viet Nam vet, Carson Chance, is smitten with a young female hitchhiker he picks up on the highway. Sparks fly as the two loners reach out to each other for companionship. Is she who she says she is? Maybe, maybe not. Fighting the demons from their past ,they are like two pages torn from the same book that fit together perfectly, ... more
  • Life Sliding

    by S.L. Mauldin
    As his junior year in high school comes to an end, Gavin Bailey realizes his privileged world as the most popular kid in school is a lie. To make matters worse his father, feeling his overly-indulged son needs redirection, sends him off for the summer to assist at a camp for children with special needs. Suddenly forced to dabble in a world less familiar, Gavin’s past catches up with him at Camp Lift Me Up. An event from his sophomore year comes to the forefront at the same time he encounters... more
  • Intrusion

    by Rosalind Minett

    Book 1 of a WWII cross-over trilogy, A Relative Invasion. 

    1937, South London.  The Wilsons's worry about the threat of war blinds them to war developing in their own home. Their lonely son Billy is excited when his cousin, aunt and uncle move to live nearby. His excitement soon turns to dismay, for Uncle Frank is a bully who resents Billy’s sturdiness, while the frail and artistic Kenneth is hideously devious. The adults only see is his porcelain looks, not his... more

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