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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Red Rock Road, Light Blue Sea

    by Nowick Gray
    Midlife Canadians in a fledgling relationship, Wilson and Noella trek the wild edges of Spain and Portugal, a honeymoon-flavored pilgrimage of creative inspiration. Navigating between bliss and burnout, they retreat to the island of Formentera, where their rustic cottage proves a crucible of reinvention: of self, of love, of new art.
  • The Last Book: Further Confessions of Felix Krull, Confidence Man

    by Nowick Gray
    Thomas Mann’s unfinished European classic takes a speculative turn to a dystopian future, via a 70s joyride through middle America. Precocious con-man Felix Krull meets his match in Sophie Vaughan, astral temptress and first woman president. Together they must choose sides in the looming battle between the ruling Hierarchy and the rebellious Panarchists.
  • When Rick Was Sick: With Stemmie, the Little Stem Cell

    by Auntielynny (Lyn Darnall)

    "When Rick was Sick" is a story about a little boy who was always tired. One night Rick had a dream about Stemmie and his Wellness Team. Stemmie told Rick about all the things that would help his little cells be strong and healthy so that Rick could be strong and healthy. Soon Rick was feeling so strong that he and his friends wanted to be like Stemmie's Wellness Team and help the entire world be healthy and happy.

  • Outlaws

    by Edmund Fairfax
    This satiric literary novel is a fast-paced coming-of-age tale in a picaresque vein, set for the most part in the England of 1645, during the height of the English Civil War. The discovery of a sex crime—and a case of sexual “deviance”—brings two green youths into a collision course with the law, culminating in outlawry. Their attempt to extricate themselves backfires, setting in motion a series of comic yet dark adventures through a topsy-turvy world of legal corruption, organized crime, religi... more

    by Rajmohan Harindranath
    This is a novel of ideas, a novel where the primary focus is discussions of ideas and philosophy. The setting is somewhat far into the future, when Artificial Intelligence runs the world, and the world is a veritable utopia where people don't have to do anything. Don Quixote, living in such a system, reads about how people used to work hard and strive for success earlier, and enamored by these stories, takes Sancho Panza along with him in a quest for success, for glory. During their tr... more
  • The Dinosaur Lawyer

    by Adam Van Susteren
    Attorney Aaron Baker is retained by billionaire Roman Aristov to make the case that big dinosaurs never existed. Initially drawn by the money to take the losing side of a case, Aaron slowly starts to believe the unbelievable. The Brachiosaurus, Tyrannosaurus-Rex, and all big dinosaurs never existed. While discovering holes in dinosaur theory, Aaron fears his client is hiding something that could impact his case and career. Take your spot in the jury box to see if Aaron Baker can make the cas... more
  • 978-1-5323-5364-2

    by Laurence Stein
    Krum's at Christmere is a humorous, urban adventure story set in New York City at the end of the 1950s. A young man adopted by an organized crime family runs into the love of his life and is forced to choose between them. Thrown off balance, he must succeed at a series of difficult challenges if he is to get himself free.
  • The Piketty Problem or The Robots Are Coming, The Robots Are Coming

    by Garth Hallberg
    There's trouble brewing—bigly—in ritzy Canaandale, NY, during the run-up to the hotly contested 2016 presidential election. Suzanne Dealy is an anxious political progressive with a flair for the dramatic, and a devotee of Thomas Piketty, the famous French economist who documented the corrosive wealth gap in America. She's currently suffering from a listless libido, brought on by her Trump-supporter husband, whose solution to “the minimum wage problem” in his 26 McDonald’s franchises is to rep... more
  • Finding Home: A Place to Belong

    by JRobin Whitley
    n Robin’s debut novel, the characters search for meaning in life and a place where all belong. A story that is a mixture reminiscent of Fried Green Tomatoes and At Home in Mitford, this novel portrays a loving sense of community and home. The rural North Carolina town of Pleasant Quarry becomes a place where all belong. Robin set out to write a story that was more similar to the life lived in a rural setting. Robin’s non-fiction tends to have a very religious or spiritual nature to it. I’m this ... more
  • The Ballad of Huck & Miguel

    by Tim DeRoche
    ** An American classic becomes a modern adventure ** In this retelling of Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Tim DeRoche dares to imagine that Huck Finn is alive today. Chased by his vengeful and psychotic father, Pap, Huck escapes down the concrete gash that is the Los Angeles River with his friend Miguel, an illegal immigrant who has been falsely accused of murder. Riding the dangerous waters of a rainstorm, the two fugitives meet a strange cast of Angelenos both animal and hu... more
  • Adam's Land

    by Alison Pockat
    Adam, while taking a break from school work, tries out a new tube of "special" bubbles and finds that they can be connected. As they grow, he eventually he is able to enter them, and the bubbles shrink him to the size of an ant. By jumping up and down and with a puff of breeze, Adam ends up in a tree. He finds friends and excitement in his backyard as he tries to go back to his normal size. Along the way, he gets to know a number organisms like a fungi, a bee, a wood roach, a cricket, an ant, an... more
  • I, Joaquin

    by Melvin Litton
    Before Jesse James or Billy the Kid, there was Joaquín Murrieta—lover, bandit, revolutionary. On July 25, 1853, a troop of California Rangers killed and beheaded the young bandit. It was believed his army numbered in the hundreds and that he planned to sweep the country south to Sonora. Thinking the matter ended, the Rangers preserved his head in a bucket of whiskey and rode to Sacramento to collect their reward. Yet with his death his fame only grew, along with rumors of his ghost in haunt of t... more
  • The Chain Maker

    by Terry R. Bennett
    America has fallen from God’s grace and is on the verge of collapse. God’s children have become work slaves. Misery, fear and loneliness has become their way of life, even those that have become successful have no peace or joy. Worst of all, they have lost their faith, and are being robbed of their human rights. God will give America one last chance to return to him or their hedge of protection will be rem... more
  • Rupture of Solitude

    by Douglas K German
    A Naval Academy midshipman from Nebraska is being groomed by the powers that be in Omaha for the governor’s mansion. At the Academy he discovers a plot by a cadre in the military to establish control of government. Efforts to foil the coup take events from the family ranch in Nebraska to the Supreme Court in DC to dealing with FARC guerillas in Colombia. Events lead to the fall from favor by the midshipman, betrayal by his beloved brother who is a law clerk for Justice Kennedy, desertion by his ... more
  • The Not So Bad Christmas Stocking

    by C. Fulsty
    Once there was a stocking who was very nice. He was nice but was owned by a boy who was very bad. What happens to a Christmas stocking who belongs to a boy who is very bad? How many years will he get filled with coal? What will Santa do?
  • The Little Cloud

    by C. Fulsty
    The Little Cloud is about a cloud named Strato who wants to be as big as his cloud brothers. To grow, Strato needs to get rays from the sun, but he's too small to get any. Strato tries a number of different ways to get attention, but it doesn't work. How will Strato become big like his brothers? Will Strato become big?