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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Whole of the Moon

    by Rush Leaming
    From Rush Leaming comes the stunning prequel to the #1 bestseller DON’T GO, RAMANYA. In 1988, near the end of the Cold War, a group of young Americans working for an international aid organization plunge into the beautiful, fascinating, yet dangerous world of Zaire, Africa. Ambitious, if a bit naïve, they must overcome hardship and tragedy, pushing themselves to their personal limits, while forging strong bonds among themselves and the local villagers they’ve come there to help. A thrillin... more
  • Home

    by Adam Leitman Bailey

    Home takes children on a journey using their own eyes to visit many different places to live while providing a touching story about the importance of family over all else. It is the story about a young boy from a small apartment in a big city who dreams about other types of homes. The boy goes out on a colorful adventure to visit many different homes – from a large house in the suburbs to an igloo to a farmhouse – and meets families wherever he goes. The boy enjoys visiting each r... more

  • The Memory Tree (Carson Chronicles Book 2)

    by John A. Heldt
    Days after barely escaping 1889 with their lives, the Carsons, siblings from the present day, resume their search for their missing parents in 1918. While Adam and his pregnant wife, Bridget, settle in Minnesota, unaware of a wildfire that will kill hundreds, Greg seeks clues in his great-grandparents' Mexico, where he finds love, danger, and enemies. At the same time, Natalie, the ambitious journalist, follows a trail to World War I France, and teen twins Cody and Caitlin rekindle a friendship ... more
  • The Orphan Queen

    by Ashley Nicole

    Hadassah’s life has never been like that of other Jewish girls. Orphaned early and raised by her cousin Mordecai—a man with a dreadful secret—she longs to feel truly loved and to have answers to her questions about God and about her own purpose. She enters womanhood with an uncertain future, rejected by her people and with no prospects for marriage and family. When she is taken by force by King Xerxes of Persia, it seems that her life is now on a certain and immutable path: ... more

  • Jim Crow Must Die!

    by Harriet A. Dickey
    It's 1966 and 10-year-old Chicago native Hannah Jordan spends every summer with her grandparents in Deltona, Mississippi. This particular summer, the new house the Jordans were about to move into on Chicago's barely integrated South Side has been burned to the ground. So Hannah and her siblings are sent south while her parents look for new living quarters. When a white resident of Deltona forbids Hannah to drink out of the only working water fountain on the hottest day ever, Hannah sets out t... more
  • The Twisted Crown

    by Anita Bunkley
    Eva Phillips, a spirited young widow leaves her home in Boston to journey across Post-Civil War South Carolina to search for the mother who gave her away. When she becomes the target of an angry ex-Confederate soldier for whom the war has never ended, she is drawn into a dangerous web of lies, theft, and murder in a long-awaited confrontation that forces her into a fight for her life
  • Lily Pond

    by Shelley Daniels Lekven
    On the eve of her eighth birthday, a little frog named Lily Pond lies in bed daydreaming about her future with all its possibilities and promise of adventure. She considers travels to distant lands, saving lives, fame, acclaim, and several possible careers from the safety of her cozy bedroom. (Costumed frogs in an enchanting world, all delicately crafted from colored modeling clay, populate the illustrations in LILY POND.)
  • Waiting for Walker

    by Robin Reardon
    Micah Jaeger's life is a mess. His folks have split, and his mother is seeing a medium to communicate with Micah's older brother, killed in Afghanistan. He had to change schools for his junior year, and he retreats further into himself, hiding behind his camera—and hiding that he's gay. One sunny day in June, as he's shooting a dead seagull on the shore of Long Island Sound, a mysterious guy appears in a beautiful sailboat. At first, the guy's boat shoes are the image that stays with Micah. B... more
  • The Prison Book

    by Tamara Segars Ott
    Marley’s story about addiction shares how a beautiful, intelligent, fortunate, compassionate and much-loved Christian woman just happens to be an addict. Although Marley succeeds in almost every endeavor she attempts, she struggles with her alcohol dependence. How did someone with all the world’s opportunities and advantages end up like this? Will Marley ever be free from her disease?
  • The Rhythm of the Soul: A Journey of Loss and Discovery

    by Lisa Diane McCall

    Laila journeys deep into the Sahara Desert to delve into her early memories of growing up as a daughter of anthropologist parents who were studying the Tuareg nomads in Algeria. The family left after a tragedy during the 1990 Tuareg revolution. Carrying the emotional devastation over many years, Laila returns to the desert accompanied by the nomads and her beloved camel, Anarani. Through the magical voices of the desert, the ceremonial shai tea, her guide Go'at, the Tuareg, and Anarani, L... more

  • And If I Fall

    by Robin Reardon
    Jude Connor’s rural Idaho hometown is a place of strong values and high expectations. For those who fit into the local church’s narrow confines, there’s support and fellowship. For those who don’t, there’s ostracism in this life and damnation in the next. Jude wants desperately to be saved—to believe with the fervor of the charismatic Reverend Amos King, whose sermons are filled with brimstone and righteousness. But every time Jude thinks he’s found the right path, there’s a fork in the road,... more
  • BUTT OF THE JOKE - Volume 1

    by Farooq Ahmad
    It was the recipe for Chaos. Ramecia, the most prosperous and powerful kingdom in the world was ready to elect a new leader. On the one side was a seasoned candidate who had experienced politics on every level and served all the way up to the world stage and more than a few skeletons in her closet. On the other were a handful of flawed hopefuls who quickly get upstaged by a rich egotistical, misogynistic blow-hard with absolutely no political experience. \tMost everyone in Ramecia is ce... more
  • The Day God Played Baseball

    by John Henry Hardy
    The Cherokees haven’t won a baseball game against their rivals, the Creeks, in ages. The Creeks, under the leadership of wealthy factory owner Conrad Beamis, have won the championship two years in a row. Worse, it’s obvious that Conrad bribes officials and recruits overage ringers for his team. How are you supposed to beat a team that doesn’t play by the rules? The Cherokees’ coach, Alex Sardinski, understands his players’ frustrations. The rivalry between the two youth baseball teams is all to... more
  • Turn: A Detroit Love Story

    by Ava Reeve
    Written conversationally, as though Olivia is talking directly to the reader, the main character illuminates her passions for her love-interest Max and thoughts on other characters with their own beauty, flaws and complexities. Olivia reveals how she digs herself into messy predicaments often as a result of her own erroneous conclusions on her journey from adolescence into adulthood. The genuine insights and social observations that shake out in the process of maturity come with frustration bu... more
  • Lyrical Bondage - Erotic Poetry

    by Pauline Hightower
    Lyrical Bondage is an erotic book of poetry steaming with sensuality, seduction, and temptation. The pages are saturated with lyrics that will evoke true emotions like love, hurt and desire. Lyrical Bondage is a stimulating and intense prose that will allow you to drift into a passionate escape.
  • World Peace: World Peace Celebration

    by Salomon Mpouma
    The author surrounds personal tales with reflections on finding happiness within oneself, including truisms from thinkers like Woodsworth and Gandhi. Mpouma has a lot to say about his life, which has been one of never fitting in. Things took a harsh turn when he was two years old and his father, a candidate for public office in Cameroon, was assassinated. Growing up amid the resulting family turmoil, Mpouma was frequently getting into trouble at home and at school. He bounced around from the hom... more