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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Rory (Hengist - People of the Horse Book 2)

    by Jacky Gray
    Archer’s reward for being the most worthy student in his graduating class is to lose his home and all his friends. Sent from his tranquil, medieval life to aggressive, modern-day England, Archer’s mission is to report back about cars, computers and even chocolate. The other foster boys try to break his spirit by threatening him with his own bow – they have no idea they are dealing with a trained warrior. He teaches them honour, integrity and archery; they teach him how to get in trouble with... more
  • Archer (Hengist - People of the Horse Book 1)

    by Jacky Gray
    Mmm. Shoot an apple off his friend’s head or lose his food, horse and clothes? Some decisions require little thought. Archer is the sort of boy things happen to. Orphaned as a baby, his gifts make him different to other kids. He doesn't understand why he's so much stronger and faster than other boys; why a sword feels so right in his hand; or how every arrow he looses at a target will hit the centre, even if his eyes are closed. At the Beltane ritual, he must fight his friends to see who i... more
  • Dear James

    by Christine Hendershot
    Dear James tells the story of a woman whose life is defined by one major, heartbreaking event. After seventeen-year-old Janey gives her son, James, up for adoption, she tries to ease her grief by writing letters to her baby. Twenty-seven years later she has a box filled with letters and an empty life. Janey's relationships with her sisters, mother, and especially her father are center in her life. When her father suffers medical complications, Janey is forced to honestly examine her life.
  • Quantum Tango: A Soul Searcher's Guide to the Galaxy

    by Camille Cusumano
    Quantum Tango, a Soul Searcher's Guide to the Galaxy is a bit of tango-istic magical realism. You don't need to know a thing about tango to enjoy the journey around the galaxy and the heart and the characters, especially Drs. Ocaramia & Nureyev, specialized therapists in treating TAD (Tango Anxiety Disorder).
  • 978-1482697155

    by Ronald Edwin Lane
    A couple of silly tales to make kids laugh a little.
  • 978-1424162529

    by Ronald Edwin Lane
    A young robin is separated from her mother and and in her struggle to survive she becomes more beautiful inside
  • 978-1425959043

    by Ronald Edwin Lane
    Enter a world of dancing hippos, spectacular sunrises, magical dancers, intimate moments, tragedy, social statements, and unique views of nature and the ordinary events that shape our lives. Cry with a rainbow; root for Boxer Shorts Billy to do the impossible; see God in the falling snow; witness a man who can dance with the wind; feel the anguish of a troubled mind; laugh with a little boy and his secret cookie recipe; curb your appetite for fast food; and enjoy a morning sleep dance with your ... more
  • 978-1483987248

    by Robin Circadian
    This is an intimate account of the bloodiest uprising in the history of the United States' most notorious Federal Penitentiary, Alcatraz, through the eyes of Carl "Sunny" Sundstrom, one of the guards taken hostage by the prisoners.
  • 1492340421

    by Robin Circadian
    Bloody Islands is a series of linked stories, each of a bloody island of sorts, concerning the 19th Century settlement of California and the Bloody Island Massacre of 1850. They tell of those who tasted success only to have it wrested away, of those who fought for and/or sought justice and lost, of the crushing of cultures, of racism, and of those whose lives and/or lands or fortunes were vanquished. These are the stories of Yankee Jim Robinson, William Knight, Lewis Dent, Benjamin and Andrew Ke... more
  • Ghost Runners:An Olympic Dream Betrayed . BIG PRINT EDITION

    by robert rubenstein

    "Once, Jesse Owens raced in a storm, under black clouds, lit with horizontal rain, in the crosswinds, when dust, blew in his face. He experienced the sure fire of white heat, then, lightning crashed about him like cymbals. It was music playing from flutes, from lyres, from songs of Olympus in a Grecian chorus, in the orchestra of the immortals. He never really wanted to win the race with man. Jesse ran for the joy of the chase, his soul, wanting only to be free to touch the heels of para... more

  • Rupert the Very Naughty Elephant

    by Laura Brigger
    Rupert is a very naughty elephant. He doesn't want to get out of bed, do his chores, or eat his breakfast. He's even naughty at school! One day a new girl comes to school and she is very naughty. But is she naughtier than Rupert? When Rupert sees her behavior, he doesn't like it. And when he realizes how naughty he has been acting, he decides to choose better behavior.
  • The Wild Hunted

    by Rebecca Flynn
    Someone has started unleashing mythological creatures to wreak havoc and spirit away children amidst unnatural weather patterns. Experts claim the events are unrelated but supernatural bounty hunter Haydeez Blackhawk knows better.**Following the trail left by an enraged Loup garou, Haydeez travels to the British Isles in search of the keys to release the one being that can stop him: the Celtic god Cernnunous. Her only problem: the Loup garou wants the god too, and hopes to destroy him.
  • Broken!: A True Story of Terror, Torture, and Treason, in Fictional Form to Avoid Legal Retaliation Against Those Who Were Ther

    by Michael S. Kearns and Ronald B. Solomon
    When disgraced S.E.R.E. (Survival-Evasion-Resistance-Escape) instructor, Captain Charles “Chauncey” Paunce, is asked by the FBI to train the CEO’s of the world’s most advanced drone manufacturers to resist torture (by torturing them!), he reluctantly agrees. Driven by his desire for redemption and love of country, Chauncey subjects some of the world’s most rich and powerful men to the harsh interrogation resistance techniques designed for Navy SEALs, Army Rangers, and other highly trained spec o... more
  • Ghost Runners:An Olympic Dream Betrayed

    by robert rubenstein
    Joshua Sellers and Bobby Gillman have made the American Olympic team, and are poised to run as Jewish-American athletes. But what happens to Joshua as he gets ready to run for an Olympic gold medal in the crosswinds, under the crooked cross of Nazi Berlin? Racing with irony through the veins of inevitable, bitter, history, Ghost Runners exposes the far-reaching menace of American anti-Semitism, and illuminates the truth about the American dream. It is also a story of friendship, in th... more
  • The August Birds

    by Octavia Cade
    August is nine years old, and dreams of becoming a scientist. This is a dream that will never come true, because August is dying. The only dream that's left to him now is that of reaching his tenth birthday, on the last day of the month he was named after. Yet on the eve of that month, August gets two surprise visitors: time-travelling ravens Muninn and Huginn, come out of Norse mythology to bring him the science that he loves. On each of the final days of August, the birds take him back thr... more
  • Red Orange Tree

    by Otis TM
    For a strawberry named Bernard, there is only one goal in life: to be selected for the king’s annual fruit salad. It is a dream Bernard has kept since birth, but an accident makes this dream almost impossible. With no other choice, Bernard ventures away from the Strawberry Farm and on a journey to the king’s castle. Follow him as he learns that will, hope, and determination can make even the most unimaginable things come true.