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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Under the Cherry Tree: A feel-good, heart-warming, tear-jerking love story.

    by Lilac Mills

    “A feel-good, heart-warming, tear-jerking love story.”

    The best sort of holiday read, recommended for fans of Jane Costello, Erica James, and Lucy James

    “My dog didn't like men. Actually that was a lie – she didn't like the men I chose. The only ones who rocked her world had been my father (who was no longer with us), Ross (who was gay), and the butcher on the high street (for obvious reasons).”

    When Jenni Meadows has the opportunity to ... more

  • Miracle

    by Chanavia Haddock
    One simple question leads Piper Rose on an epic journey of discovery filled with adventure and playful curiosity as she learns that sometimes in our quest to find something spectacular we miss the many special things along the way.
  • Breathing Two Worlds

    by Ruchira Khanna
    Neena Arya, a Delhi-born goes abroad for further studies and decides to settle down there. Determined to be a 'somebody' from a 'nobody' she blends with the Americans via the accent and their mannerisms while having a live-in relationship with her European boyfriend, Adan Somoza. When illness hits home, Neena rushes to meet her ailing dad. Tragedy strikes and amidst the mingling with relatives and friends, she finds herself suffocated with the two different cultures that she has been breathi... more
  • Jeanne d'Arc : The Conspiracy Theory

    by Jacques Genicot
    This book takes us on a journey through one of the most incredible adventures of all times: how a young peasant girl from out of nowhere led by a mystic voice managed to save the Kingdom of France from British domination and crown a King all before she turned nineteen ! The story has confounded historians and pundits alike for the past six hundred years ever since Joan of Arc’s epic adventure came to an abrupt end at the stake in 1431. Endless tales, legends or accounts of the story were tol... more
  • Marty May

    by Elliott Murphy
    Virtuoso rock guitarist, Marty May found glory at a young age, living the high life of a rock star in New York during the 1970’s. Then his promising career, along with his marriage, slipped away and at thirty-three he is living alone, broke without a record contract and hassled by collection agencies. Marty fears that he has blown not only his career but any chance at a normal life and wonders if he should go back to playing the blues alongside his first mentor Blind Red Rose. Set in the 1980’s ... more
  • Virginia's Ring

    by Lynn Seldon
    Lauded by Pat Conroy, author of The Lords of Discipline and many other bestsellers, Virginia's Ring is a love letter to the Virginia Military Institute. Set in the pretty Shenandoah Valley town of Lexington and Virginia’s capital city of Richmond, the two main characters of Virginia’s Ring share their experiences at the Virginia Military Institute and beyond with poignancy and grace, serving as a reminder of how precious people, places, and life can be. Creatively narrated by both a male and fem... more
  • Lakeview Park: A Short Story Collection

    by Larry K. Collins

    "Many people enjoy Lakeview Park, and each one has a unique story. Between the pages, you’ll meet:

    • Clarence, who thinks he might have found a winning lottery ticket
    • Kuniko, a grandmother and widow who discovers that friendship can bloom anywhere
    • Wayne, a former guitarist who rediscovers the joy of music
    • Jenny, a mother whose husband is serving in Afghanistan
    • Carol, whose journalistic assignment teaches her more than she expects
    • Shi... more
  • Three Score and Ten, What Then?

    by Peggy Smith
    A groundbreaking novel about a growing social issue...long-term care; written from a resident's point of view. As the world celebrates the dawn of a new millennium, Savannah Ashton is celebrating some very special milestones of her own. She is living her life in a third century, and in a few weeks, she will celebrate her one-hundred and third birthday; both are amazing accomplishments. Savannah is pleased that she has been able to make it that far. The rigors of old age have not stolen her me... more
  • Jewel of the Missions: San Juan Capistrano

    by Lorna Collins
    Mission San Juan Capistrano has long been called "The Jewel of the Missions." This book captures the history of the mission from its founding in 1776 by Father (now Saint) Junipero Serra to the present day. Between the pages, you will learn about many features of the mission and discover why it continues to be a local treasure and a favorite of tourists. Lorna Collins is a local author who has co-written a novel about Mission San Juan Capistrano called "The Memory Keeper." She and her husband, L... more
  • Ghost Writer

    by Lorna Collins
    When unemployed computer programmer Nan Burton inherits a California beach cottage from her great-great-aunt, she’s delighted. But she’s in for a huge surprise: The house is haunted by the ghost of famous romance writer Max Murdoch (pen name Maxine DuBois) who insists Nan complete his last novel, threatening to keep her from sleeping until she agrees. The ensuing clash pits youth against the long-dead but still egotistical author with humorous and moving results.
  • The Memory Keeper

    by Larry K. & Lorna Collins
    The Memory Keeper is the story of Tomás Romero, a native of the Acjachemen band, whom the Spanish renamed Juaneño. Born in 1820 in San Juan Capistrano, Tomás attends the mission school where, in addition to the catechism, he learns to read, write, and cipher—uncommon for the Indians in San Juan at the time. Because Tomás assists the padres, he becomes aware of the world outside the small religious community. During his lifetime, he experiences the rule of Spain, Mexico, and finally, the United S... more
  • Veil of Walls (First Printing)

    by Patricia Panahi
    Anahita Sadeghi, a typical, happy-go-lucky American ten-year-old, was not too keen on traveling to the other side of the world to meet her father’s family. But her month-long vacation turns into a nightmare when her Persian relatives refuse to let her return to the States. She is forced to deal with the dizzying maze of social customs, resist her grandmother’s efforts to mold her into the proper Persian girl, dodge her aunt’s schemes of marriage, and fight to make her own life choices until she... more
  • A Hard Candy Christmas: WIth Strudel & Tea

    by Janna Hill
    After a holiday wrought with tragedy, Kathy finds herself desperate, crippled and depressed with only her old companion, Strudel, to see her through. Until...
  • ALIAS: Mitzi & Mack

    by Victoria Landis
    Shirley and Stanley Nowack retired to South Florida expecting to live out their days playing mah-jongg and golf. Cue the worst recession since the 1930's. Their already meager investments take a big hit. Determined not to spend their remaining years sleeping on park benches, they find jobs. Menial ones. They're over 70 and fortunate to have those. But bad luck and deeper troubles soon hit hard, and this rule-following, white-bread, average couple hatches a plan to save their home and ret... more
  • Father's Day

    by Gary Kyriazi

    Pastor Salvatore Satori is the tyrannical leader of La Sangre, an insular and isolated community on the Northern California coast. When Peter Freeman, retired running back for the San Francisco Forty-Niners, unexpectedly arrives in La Sangre, the Pastor and his frightened congregation are forced to either face their individual truths, or hide from them by pursuing theft, deceit, adultery, suicide...and murder.

  • Dominion of Gold

    by Steve Doherty
    Thriller fans will relish in the danger and intrigue as Allied agents uncover a secret Japanese plot to bury the plundered treasure and return to dig it up after the war is concluded. The novel is based, in-part, on the true story and the covert activities of an American Army counterintelligence agent, and his ‘special mission’ team that takes the battle to the Japanese. The Japanese plundered such large quantities of gold from China and Southeast Asian countries that, following the end of t... more