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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • A Pinkboat Adventure

    by Kathleen Ivan
    Two young girls, Kathlean and Crustina, set out on a day's worth of fun in their sailboat. However, something extraordinary happens. The extremely hot weather of the day causes problems that involve a seagull and, eventually, a kind stranger that magically appears out of nowhere.
  • I Wonder...What Could It Be?

    by Charlotte Babler
    Grace sits at window side looking at creatures as they go by. Each page reveals clues in the text so the child can guess what might be on the next page! The illustrations also have hidden clues that give the child added excitement as they guess. Grace discovers Butterflies, rabbits, snakes and more!
  • Swamp Cabbage

    by Paisley Ray
    This summer, Rachael O’Brien must participate in a work-study apprenticeship and has lined up a job running an art gallery in Beaufort. Free rent in the owner’s plantation-style home, and having Francine, her bayou-bred college roommate working as a law intern in the same town sealed the deal. Majestic waterfront views impress, but the emotional tide turns when the girls discover a corpse in the garden shed. When the police can’t find the body, the girls are accused of pranking the authorities. ... more
  • Johnny Cakes

    by Paisley Ray
    It’s junior year and Rachael is psyched to ditch dorm life and share a house with four other girls. But, she can’t shake the ominous feeling about her narcissistic roommate-landlady, who has a history of derailing her love life. And then there are those uninvited visits by the ex-boyfriend of another roommate, who brings brushes with the law and heaps of drama as his calling card. When Rachael’s mother and her psychic groupies show up in their double-decker bus during a house party, Mom reve... more
  • Shelled and Shucked

    by Paisley Ray
    Rachael O'Brien, a girl from the cornfields of Canton, Ohio, returns to college in North Carolina in her old Ford. Before the engine has cooled she finds herself in a passionate lip-lock with the man she’s been fantasizing about, making sophomore year seem full of promise. But Rachael soon falls on the wrong side of the most feared professor on campus, who happens to be her advisor, intern boss, and the teacher of an art history course she can’t drop. Having applied for a scholarship Rachael... more
  • Summer Flambe

    by Paisley Ray
    With freshman year behind her, things look grim for Rachael O'Brien’s summer back home in Canton, Ohio, where the chances of hooking up with her crush seem to fall between slim and none. As if “quality time” working in her father’s restoration shop isn’t tortuous enough, his ditzy, age-inappropriate aerobics-instructor girlfriend moves into their house and tries to bond. Just when things seem maxed-out weird, Rachael's traveling psychic mom and her newly befriended “partner” make a surprise ... more
  • Deep Fried and Pickled (The Rachael O'Brien Chronicles Book 1)

    by Paisley Ray
    It’s ’86, the era of Pop Rocks, Jelly shoes, and big hair bands. Rachael O'Brien's freshman plan seems simple: Attend a southern college away from her hometown of Canton, Ohio, earn a degree, party, and meet cute guys—hopefully acing the latter two. But being threatened by a jealous She-Devil, avoiding the advances of a thirty-something redneck, and discovering an art fraud scheme mess with her “to do” list. Her problems deepen when her compulsion to reveal a fake take her on a dangerous mis... more
  • The Merrow of Lake Michigan

    by Claire O. Fahey
    Joey Fagan is certain of only two things. The mayor of Chicago will be assassinated at the end of the week, and she is stuck in the year 1893. What she doesn’t know is how she landed 100 years back in time, or why Peter Hastings, the man trying to help her, shares some eerie similarities to her dead husband. When Joey, perhaps unwisely, revealed the year of her origins it didn’t sit well with her host. Her effort to convince him by predicting the mayor’s murder only made matters worse. Now her... more
  • A Promise of Home: A Hometown Harbor Novel (Hometown Harbor Series) (Volume 3)

    by Tammy L. Grace
    Spend Christmas in Friday Harbor this year surrounded by the friends you know and a couple of special deliveries from the Hometown Harbor Series. In between holiday activities, friends of Linda and Max are helping plan their Valentine’s Day wedding. Regi is anxiously awaiting the arrival of her fortieth birthday and the fulfillment of the promise she and Cam made over twenty years ago. As she anticipates the reunion with Cam, she’s oblivious to the signals the local delivery man, Nate, is giving... more
  • Home Blooms: A Hometown Harbor Novel (Hometown Harbor Series) (Volume 2)

    by Tammy L. Grace
    Return to the picturesque island community where you’ll check in with your old friends and meet a few new ones along the way. Linda is knee deep in bouquets and boutonnieres, designing a beautiful ceremony for her friends. The bride’s matchmaking plot takes shape as she volunteers her best friend, Max, to help Linda create the perfect wedding. Linda and Max are thrown together when a tragedy threatens to destroy the honeymooners’ new-found happiness before they have the possibility of a life tog... more
  • Finding Home: A Hometown Harbor Novel (Hometown Harbor Series Book 1)

    by Tammy L. Grace
    A coming of age journey, but for a middle-aged woman, who flees to a small island expecting a change of scenery and discovers much more. Shattered by her husband's infidelities after twenty-five years of marriage, Sam Collins is plagued by constant fear and loneliness, reliving the tragic death of her parents and the betrayal by the man she loved. She leaves Seattle seeking relief from the relentless darkness that has swallowed her. With only her dog for companionship, she sets out to live ... more
  • Surrendering the Reins

    by Les Graham
    SYNOPSIS – SURRENDERING THE REINS In the sequel to ‘Jude’s Gentle Giants,’ Jude Bonner continues his maturation in becoming a Godly man. After finishing high school, Jude starts another round of life. Pete and Joe are still his main steeds and Judy Clemons seems to be his girl. Greg Shants is not done with Jude or Pete and Joe. The county fair is where Greg punishes Pete and Joe while Jude is sleeping in a tent. Who saves Pete and Joe from Greg Shants and his evil ways? Pete ... more
  • To Get to You

    by Joanne Bischof
    To get to the girl he loves, Riley Kane must head off on a road trip with the father he never knew. Then pray for a miracle. Most teens would love to have a pro surfer for a dad. Just not Riley. Abandoned as a kid, he hates the sound of the ocean and the man who gave himself to it. When the eighteen-year-old learns that his best friend is stranded at a New Mexico hospital as her father fights for his life, Riley hits the highway to head east. But when his Jeep breaks down before he e... more
  • Everybody Wake Up!!

    by Daniel Jude Miller
    This isn’t a library book. And it’s definitely not a bed time story. No, this an out loud, everybody join in, yelling type story. Sunny is a curly haired, little girl who absolutely loves being awake. A bright and early, rise and shine, time to get up kinda girl. Unfortunately, as she heads out to enjoy the day, she comes across all sorts of snoozers, sleepyheads, dozers and nappers. There is only one thing Sunny can do to make sure they don’t miss out on all the amazingness of the... more
  • Earclaw and Eddie

    by Daniel Jude Miller
    Eddie is just a regular guy trying to get by in his boring life, when out of nowhere he finds himself underneath a very unwelcome visitor. Earclaw is the unwelcome visitor and exists as nothing more than a crushing weight on Eddie's head. Faced with this permanent guest, Eddie must learn to endure, accept and possibly trick Earclaw in leaving once and for all. This beautifully illustrated children's story is both comical as well as inspirational, reminding children and adults alike that li... more
  • The Mother of Invention

    by Nina Miller
    Claire Goldstein dislikes change, but she is about to be overwhelmed by a tsunami of problems. The editor of a newsletter for the Arts and Sciences College at a university in upstate New York, her values and beliefs are challenged when she is instructed to write a series of articles which present hydrofracking in a neutral light. At the same time, her son Stephen, a student at the university, is secretly planning a major anti-fracking demonstration on campus that will threaten his life and her ... more

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