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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • For Renata

    by B. Robert Sharry
    A 40-year-old journal holds a secret that sets Mark Valente on a search for Renata, the love of his uncle's life. The journal chronicles Peter Ahearn's isolated life as keeper of a nearby lighthouse and his passionate and dangerous love affair with the young Renata. But the Portuguese beauty denies everything, leaving Mark to question whether anything his uncle wrote is true. Now he must connect past to present, and piece together a picture of what really happened decades before…and he m... more
  • Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground

    by Rosemary Fifield

    Stephanie knows she should avoid the family of Ellis Walker. Her late boyfriend was responsible for the drunk-driving accident that caused Walker's death. But his family members keep coming into her life, and when she falls in love with one of them--a performer with a popular country band on the East Coast--she can no longer keep her distance. He's even willing to accept the unborn child she carries, not realizing who the father is.

    But some secrets have a wa... more

  • The Angels on My Tree

    by Lu Ann Kaldor
    The Angels on My Tree is the story of a family's first Christmas without their father. It is a story of healing and triumphant new beginnings. Inspired by a trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the mother changed the focus of the season from getting to giving. By thinking of ways to make the miracle of Christmas visible to all, they started a tradition that has passed on to the next generation. This is our story; we hope it becomes your family's tradition.
  • Love's Harvest

    by Linda Shenton Matchett
    Noreen Hirsch loses everything including her husband and two sons. Then her adopted country goes to war with her homeland. Has God abandoned her? Rosa Hirsch barely adjusts to being a bride before she is widowed. She gives up her citizenship to accompany her mother-in-law to her home country. Can Rosa find acceptance among strangers who hate her belligerent nation? Basil Quincey is rich beyond his wildest dreams, but loneliness stalks him. Can he find a woman who loves him and not his mon... more
  • Little Jessie's Beach Fun

    by Gowri Nat
    Jessie loves going to the beach with her Dad. She is very good at making new friends at the beach. In this story, Jessie meets a new friend at the beach. She wants to surprise her friend by making something really special. Do you want to know who her new friend is? What is the special surprise that she has got for her new friend? Flip open the book and let’s dive into Jessie’s world.
  • The Daddy Monster : Take Your Little Monster to Work Day

    by Charles Harper
    THE MONSTER YOUR KIDS WILL LOVE! This is a unique children's book, different from all the rest. First, this story tells about the importance of caring for the environment but not in a preachy way. Second, the intent of this book is to bring parent and child closer together. So, in that sense, it is the perfect book to read to your child. Third, it has a tutorial in the back to explain things discussed in the book. For instance, it explains how the earth's magnetism makes a compass work. ... more
  • The Cruel Romance

    by Marina Osipova
    October 1941. A small village outside Moscow. Serafima bids farewell to Vitya, a Soviet officer going to the front. With only moments left together, she places a cross around her beloved's neck and reluctantly releases him into a cruel world where nothing is certain, especially whether she will ever see him again. Days later Germans invade her village and take over her tiny house. Serafima and her mother must comply with orders, endure obuse, and stay put or their village will be annihilated. ... more
  • Sapphire Secrets

    by Dawn V. Cahill
  • A Day with Teddy

    by Bruni Johnson
  • Lazlo's Revenge

    by Glen Hierlmeier

    Lazlo’s Revenge is a remarkable story, inspired by true events in places devastated by war, with characters channeling the victims who suffered greatly. Readers will develop personal relationships with the characters, who will leave them wanting to know more about them. Maxine “Max” Fischer is a writer and Swiss war correspondent whose parents lived through the tragedies of the Great World Wars. In this tale of one woman’s quest for knowledge and understanding, she set... more

  • Let's Vote! A Fruitful Election Tale

    by Anita Iaco
    It's Election Day, and Miss Jenn's students have to vote for the official class fruit. Three students are chosen to speak for the banana, the orange and the apple. They present some nice and some not-so-nice reasons why their fruit should receive the most votes. While only one fruit wins, everyone learns how important it is to make promises you can keep, tell the truth and be nice.
  • Ornaments of Love

    by Sharlin Craig
    A touching Christmas story with glowing illustrations, Ornaments of Love is a story to cherish for years to come. A beautiful tale of Ayana, an endearing ten-year-old who excitedly anticipates that special time of year when the entire family joins together to decorate and admire the Christmas tree. But sadly this year is different. Ayana realizes that her mom and dad are far too busy with everything else to enjoy the tree with Ayana. Then, something unexpected happens and the family is broug... more
  • Nesthaekchen and her Dolls

    by Steven Lehrer
    KIRKUS REVIEW A new translation of the first novel in a children's series from a century ago introduces a sunny German heroine. Lehrer continues his important and approachable annotated translation of the series of beloved German children's classics with this English-language rendition of 1913's Nesthäkchen und ihre Puppen. This is the first installment in Ury's 10-book series starring blonde, blue-eyed Annemarie Braun, the "Nesthäkchen," or little pet daughter, in the family of a successful Ber... more
  • Surreptitiously Yours

    by Kristin Fouquet
    Claudette Laurence, a student of documentary film, believes surreptitious recordings are the only way to capture the truth. When she realizes she is being filmed without consent, her theory becomes obscured. As the concepts of privacy and ethics torment her, Claudette can only find the truth by confronting her fears.
  • My Africa Vacation

    by ozi okaro
    Five-year-old Arinze and his older sister Cheta wait impatiently for school to end. Mommy and Daddy have told them this year they’re going to visit Africa. Arinze and Cheta have never visited Africa, but they’ve grown up listening to their parents talk about the wonders of the great continent. Starting in Kenya, Arinze’s family travels to ten African countries, demonstrating how vibrant and multifaceted the African landscape and cultures really are. They get to go on safari, gaze with wonder ... more
  • Murphy's Path

    by Madeleyn Questman

    Fate has interesting plans for Patrick Murphy.

    Patrick Murphy, a student struggling to finish a doctorate in English, has always done what the people around him expect him to do. His path in life is pretty much set, until he meets Hero, a strong-willed, worldly psychology student, who unsettles everything in his life, including his own beliefs. Hero follows her own path. Will Patrick have the courage to forge his own path as well?