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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • 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.
  • Cornucopia

    by Bridget Renshaw
    Cornucopia is a collection of touching, comedic children’s poems that have created a meaningful and fun impact on young readers. Cornucopia addresses the weird explanations and thoughts of a growing kid and puts them into comedic short stories about people, animals, things and ideas.
  • Genesis

    by Andreas Laurencius

    “There is no good or evil. We classify things into good and evil because we are currently unable to solve the two problems of the world: death and dearth. If there ever comes a time when we can solve these problems, we won't be required to do this anymore.” 
    ― Andreas Laurencius, Genesis

    “If we can conquer death and dearth, evil will be no more.
    We see that matters are able to evolve and redefining the concept of good and evil show... more

  • Where Is Sissy?

    by Robin R. Lowe
    Lila is learning about colors and shapes in this colorful adaptation of the childhood game hide-n-seek. Lila looks for her sister throughout their home and encounters wonderful surprises at each turn. Sissy turns out to be better at the game than what Lila expected.
  • Red Right Return

    by John H. Cunningham
    Buck Reilly's a lot like the rest of us--trying to make ends meet and hoping for better times. He's living in a Key West hotel and operates Last Resort Charter and Salvage aboard a 1946 Grumman Widgeon flying boat, hunting for sunken treasure and taking on an occasional passenger, no questions asked. But when he delivers a mysterious woman to a mission boat destined for Cuba, things start going downhill quick. He faces down the dark forces of Santeria priests, Cuban Secret Police, and an FBI age... more
  • THE DIRTY TRUTH

    by William Andrews
    A sequel to the Mayhaven Award-winning The Essential Truth, and from the author of the bestselling Daughters of the Dragon – A Comfort Woman’s Story, The Dirty Truth tells the story of Nan Smith, the state campaign manager for presidential hopeful George Bloomfield. Nan discovers a dirty secret about Bloomfield’s opponent, Senator William Howard when an old woman tells her, “he murdered my daughter”. The revelation thrusts Nan into the center of a massive conspiracy led by billionaire Sheldon Ha... more
  • In Times Like These: Forty Riveting Interpretations

    by Wayne Barnes
    forty riveting real stories on leading people, issues and events in society today using literary styles satires, elegy poetry
  • Loving Eleanor

    by Susan Wittig Albert
    When AP political reporter Lorena Hickok—Hick—is assigned to cover Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, the wife of the 1932 Democratic presidential candidate, the two women become deeply, intimately involved. Their relationship begins with mutual romantic passion, matures through stormy periods of enforced separation and competing interests, and warms into an enduring, encompassing friendship that ends only with both women's deaths in the 1960s—all of it documented by 3300 letters exchanged over thirty ... more
  • Second Chances

    by Lincoln Cole
    Nichole is caught in a tough position, juggling too many responsibilities as her world falls apart around her. She isn’t sure where she can turn and is facing a lot of harsh realities about how life works. Richard wants to help, but he discovers that he’s been doing the right things for the wrong reasons for a long time. Everything begins to fall apart as he realizes he's swept problems under the rug for so long he might no longer be able to fix them. Can they overcome and get a second chance?
  • Katie P Grace: The Big Surprise

    by Heather M Morgan
    A sweet story of Katie P. Grace going on one of her many family adventures. The people, animals and places she encounters along the way always leave an impression on her. In this story, Katie is exited to find out what big surprise her family has for her. Along the way she shows us her neighborhood and the way she sees her family and friends. This is a wonderful story for the classroom during story time, independent reading or family reading at bedtime. With lots of colorful illustrations and th... more
  • Peace, Love, and a Dead Hippie Chick

    by N.R. Leigh
    Peace, Love, and a Dead Hippie Chick follows the intertwining journeys of three young women in the mid-1990s who go on the road and off the grid, and leave their worlds behind. Each woman falls into a dangerous subculture of sex, drugs, and rock and roll in an attempt to attain her own sense of peace, love, and freedom. KARA, a middle-class Midwestern girl, flees her painful past after a tragic accident claims a loved one, only to learn—after a violent attack—that there’s no safety among friends... more
  • Shredded: Your Past Does Not Define You

    by Kimberly Rae
    Only two people know why Jean has stayed at the church all these years, why she won't let anyone else work with the children. Only Jean knows about Sunday nights, the leftover bulletins she covers with words, then shreds as she weeps. When Grant Henderson moves into town and starts to care, will Jean succeed in pushing him away, or will he break through to discover the truth? Is love enough to set her free?
  • Never Poor: Consider the safe path, keep feet from danger. Proverbs 4:2-27 TLB (Volume 1)

    by San Dee Wright Crabtree
    In 1899, a young mother with three young children is faced with an impossible decision. Most immediately assume they would not have made the choice she made, but how do you know what you would do unless you too were faced with that terrifying situation? Enjoy these lovable characters as you imagine what choices you might have made along the way. Observing the lives of cousins Georgia and Sue and their families inspire us to consider others more compassionately.
  • The Sacred Flame

    by Nanette Littlestone
    It is the year 216 BC. Livia is a Vestal Virgin, a priestess of the goddess Vesta sworn to keep Rome safe through the obligations of duty, dedication, and chastity. In just a few months she will end her vows and marry her childhood companion. But the High Priestess’s collapse extends Livia’s duties and thrusts her into the unwanted role of leadership. As summer heat and the threat of Hannibal descend on Rome, Livia dares to fall for Gaius, a married man and equestrian commander, who has loved he... more

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