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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Sparkys Night Out

    by Mandy Segal
    About a Pink Green, Blue, Red, patchy furry cat named Sparky, who is going downtown with her  buddies, where they will Hunt mice all around the streets. 
  • Redemption in Big Fork Lake

    by Mary L. Ball
    Can he be forgiven? Only after Robert Turner hurts a woman does he realize how much of a hold alcohol has on his life. For Robert, a chance meeting with an Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor offers hope. A new devotion to the Lord and a relationship with Belle McBride gives him expectations for a better future. His life appears to be on the right track, until he comes full circle with his past and faces the one mistake that haunts him daily. Can forgiveness-free Robert? Or will heartach... more
  • Silverwood

    by Dietz Vollrath
    Eleanor is a quiet student at Penwick Academy, when she and several classmates are asked by a visitor to help crack a strange code. Doing this takes Eleanor deep into the rambling maze of libraries at Penwick, where she discovers that the code refers to an old ship that visited a mysterious island nearly a century ago. Trying to discover what the ship found there leads Eleanor into the most dangerous part of the city, a basement filled with liquid books, a chase through the sewer drains, and a d... more
  • Beverlee Beaz the Brown Burmese

    by Regan Macaulay
    Beverlee Beaz, the brown Burmese, longs for adventure and has the powerful imagination to make it happen! On a lovely but otherwise ordinary day, she seeks excitement among the forests and fields surrounding her home, where she lets her imagination run wild. The ordinary suddenly becomes extraordinary in the eyes of this little brown cat. Let’s follow Beverlee on her adventure…through the forest, and inside her mind!
  • Nerve: a novel

    by S. R. Skelton
    A young couple meet in the twirl and heat of a dance club. Jesse, from the suburbs, is captivated by exotic Maya. Together they hatch a plan to hitchhike across the country in search of a child that Maya gave up for adoption three years earlier. Can fresh love survive the realities of an uncomfortable road trip? Meanwhile, Jean, struggling with the work/life balance, is petrified that her daughter’s biological mother will show up and destroy their already precarious relationship.
  • The Cowgirl Jumped Over the Moon

    by Linda Ballou

    Gemcie and her Irish Hunter, Marshal, are about to capture the World Cup when a nasty fall dashes their chances. While she is mending, her arch rival seizes this opportunity to catch a ride on Marshal, and to seduce her young husband. Confused and dazed by her new circumstances, Gemcie heads for the high Sierras hoping the majestic spires that captured the heart of the father she never met will provide the answers she seeks. She finds strength and solace riding solo on the John Muir Trail, bu... more

  • Unpredictable Worlds: Stories

    by Jessica Knauss

    A teacher controls her students with an edible microchip. A reporter turns into a rhinoceros. A couple's efforts to eat local go frighteningly awry. If you're looking to be surprised, puzzled, or just plain entertained, pick up this omnibus. There's something for everyone!

    More than twenty years in the making, UNPREDICTABLE WORLDS contains all of Jessica Knauss’s published and prize-winning short fiction as of March 2015 and a few of her best stories never before seen ... more

  • The Spanish Patriot: A Novel of Corunna

    by Nicky Penttila

    When the British army is sent into Spain to help expel Napoleon’s invaders, nothing goes as expected. Not for London newsman Sam Kerr, hunting a story that will win him the editor’s chair, who instead nets one that could wreck his career. Not for the Wakefield family, loyalist refugees from America seeking peace among people of their faith, who find war has followed them even here. And certainly not for the British troops, whose mission of support turns into a fight for all their ... more

  • Things to Build on: Poems of Constructive Character

    by Gloria P. Humphrey
    Hammer MC is a director at a construction site. However, it's not the normal building project where trucks, cement and workers are busily employed. Building character has never been easier.
  • This Place

    by Amitabha Bagchi
    Jeevan Sharma, an Indian immigrant in the US and a former taxi driver, manages his Pakistani landlord Shabbir Ahmad's accounts in return for rent-free accommodation. The quiet rhythm of his days in Baltimore is punctuated only by interactions with his neighbors on 26th Street: Miss Lucy, an old black lady who makes him pancakes; a World War II veteran, Henry, and his dog Oscar; and Matthew and Kay, a married couple in their late twenties, who are negotiating a difficult relationship. Then two th... more
  • A Long Trail Rolling

    by Lizzi Tremayne
    She didn’t expect to become a target, but she is one now! It might have been the mare that did it, stopping dead in her tracks, nearly dropping Aleksandra over her shoulder, or maybe it was the flies that buzzed around the blood pooling beneath the butchered man in the Pony Express station doorway. Whichever it was, it got her full attention. Seventeen year old Aleksandra, trained in the Cossack arts from infancy by her father, finds herself alone and running to prevent her Pa's killer from ob... more
  • B00OTPG8VW

    by Derek Rempfer
    Who killed Katie Cooper? When Tucker returns to his hometown of Willow Grove to grieve the death of his infant son, memories of the murder of Katie, his childhood sweetheart, are ignited. In spite of her death being blamed on a mentally challenged drifter known as Slim Jim, Tucker wonders if the real killer is still out there. With new clues arriving through anonymous letters left at the graveyard, Tucker is certain that Katie's death is truly unsolved. While coming to terms with the loss of... more
  • Captain Blackwell's Prize

    by V.E. Ulett
    A romantic adventure from the days of wooden ships and iron men, Captain Blackwell’s Prize is a story of honor, duty, social class and the bond of sensual love. A small, audacious British frigate does battle against a large but ungainly Spanish ship. British Captain James Blackwell intercepts the Spanish La Trinidad, outmaneuvers and outguns the treasure ship and boards her. Fighting alongside the Spanish captain, sword in hand, is a beautiful woman. The battle is quickly over. The Spanis... more
  • Budding Reader Book Set 5: Hens

    by Melinda Thompson
    Award-winning “Budding Reader Book Set 5: Hens” introduces the short “e” vowel sound and 14 new words (are, chick, chicks, egg, eggs, Em, hen, hens, house, in, is, Jen, next, who) while reviewing eight simple words previously introduced in the series (at, look, looks, see, that, the, them, to). Arguably the easiest learn-to-read books on the market, Budding Reader eBooks were developed in consultation with Cecilia Minden, Ph.D., the former Director of Literacy and Language at the Harvard Grad... more
  • Budding Reader Book Set 4: Hop!

    by Melinda Thompson
    Award-winning “Budding Reader Book Set 4: Hop!” introduces the short “o” vowel sound and 11 new words (Bop, do, hop, hops, looks, Mop, Pop, not, they, up, will) while reviewing seven simple words previously introduced in the series (and, at, down, go, look, on, stop). Arguably the easiest learn-to-read books on the market, Budding Reader eBooks were developed in consultation with Cecilia Minden, Ph.D., the former Director of Literacy and Language at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, a... more
  • Budding Reader Book Set 3: Bugs

    by Melinda Thompson
    Award-winning, “Budding Reader Book Set 3: Bugs” introduces the short “u” vowel sound and 14 new words (big, bug, bugs, down, give, go, her, hug, hugs, on, out, past, them, to) while reviewing four simple words previously introduced in the series (and, by, see, the). Arguably the easiest learn-to-read books on the market, Budding Reader eBooks were developed in consultation with Cecilia Minden, Ph.D., the former Director of Literacy and Language at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, an... more