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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Bridge to Rembrandt

    by Nelson K. Foley
    When Robert crossed the bridge, he wasn’t expecting anything out of the ordinary. He was on the way to meet his girlfriend, but when he reached the other side, she didn’t know who he was. Robert finds himself thrown back in time, further and further, reliving the history of Amsterdam through war, riots and the plague. Each time, his fate is bound up with the same woman, and with the work of the Netherlands' greatest painter, Rembrandt. Robert is caught in a race against time. Will he m... more
  • The Golden Key of Gangotri

    by Eyal N Danon
    THE GOLDEN KEY OF GANGOTRI A Remote Ice Cave Holds A Stunning Secret. Can She Solve The Mystery Of Her Father’s Disappearance And Find Her Own Path In Life? Harley Green is ready to seize her own future. But after her father vanishes in the Himalayas, leaving behind a mysterious golden key, the twenty-year-old Columbia University student packs her bags for India to clear up her dad’s mysterious fate… and to discover more about his last, unknown companion. Taking the bus from New Delhi to th... more
  • The Other Hamlet Brother by Luke Swanson

    by Artisan Book Reviews & Promotion

    "Swanson has managed to create a story that swings between comedy and tragedy without missing a step. His clever writing keeps you on track and firmly fixed in the action." - Artisan Book Reviews

    "The Other Hamlet Brother is a humorous, fast-paced version of Shakespeare's classic with more than a few surprises and laugh-out-loud moments." - Sublime Line Book Review

    Meet Tim Hamlet, the identical twin... more

  • The Last Roman: Exile

    by B.K. Greenwood
    Some debts you cannot repay, even if you live forever... Seasoned imperial officer Marcus Sempronius Gracchus leads the 9th Roman Legion into a bloody battle against a fierce barbarian tribe. It's a battle he won't survive. When he awakens three days later, clawing his way from a shallow grave, Marcus must face the reality of his new existence. He will never see the afterlife--but that won't stop him from dying time and again over the next 2,000 years. But Marcus is not the only one cur... more
  • A Matter of Principle

    by James Starke
    An idealistic law student confronts the cynicism of his more conformist classmates in the post-protest era of the 1980s, and discovers that his ideas of how the law should work as an instrument of social justice are greeted with scorn and ridicule among his peers – and at the highest levels of an increasingly politicized judicial system.
  • Burning Ground: A Historical Fiction Novel of Adventure, Tragedy, and Romance in the Early Days of Yellowstone

    by D.A. Galloway
    A young man travels back in time and joins the 1871 Hayden Expedition as it explores the future Yellowstone National Park, facing the perils of an uncharted wilderness while falling in love with a Crow woman.
  • Eva's Promise

    by M. L. Bull

    Wedding bells rang seven years ago―then tragedy struck. Thirty-three-year-old Eva Rose Lucas has the perfect home, a good husband, and an endearing, little boy, but her marriage quickly changes when her husband Andre gets into a terrible car accident and suffers a severe brain injury. Now her once hardworking, self-reliant husband is a disabled, touchy handicap who doesn't remember her and cannot move his limbs. Stress and resentment build upon Eva's shoulders as she helps take care o... more

  • Letters From Liza by Johnette DeRose

    by Kids Lit Book Cafe
    Have you ever thought what the world looks like from a dog’s point of view? Read Letters From Liza and experience her adventures with her human siblings, Sam and Bea. In one letter they are off to Bald Head Island on vacation and in another they are pretending to be Sherlock Holmes and solving the mystery of the disappearing hibiscus plant. Liza shares her unique perspective as the beloved pet in the family. Their adventures are the same experiences that your child might have, and children enjoy... more
  • Wrestling with Tradition

    by Dale Stopperan
    Tom Kilmer replaced the retiring legendary wrestling coach in a small Iowa town recognized for its deep winning tradition. In a community where winning on the wrestling mat had become a family trait, transitioning to a new coach would not come easy, and losing would be difficult to accept. In the coach’s first year, the tradition came crashing down on the Cresco Spartans, who suffered their first losing season in twenty-eight years. The coach understood how the physical aspect of growing up ... more
  • The Red Fletch

    by Margaret McNellis

    You thought you knew the legend of Robin Hood… When Alys’s older brother Hob leaves England—and her—to follow Robin of Locksley to Jerusalem for a Holy War, she expects Robin to do all he can to bring her brother home safe. Robin returns and causes havoc in Nottinghamshire, threatening everything Alys holds dear. Hob is still at war. Her family has lost their home. Alys blames Robin for everything. The Sheriff of Nottingham promises Alys that, with Prince John’s... more

  • The Watchmaker

    by B.L. Blocher
    The Watchmaker is a thrilling action packed adventure which takes place during one of the darkest periods in world history, the Holocaust. Inconceivably, Hitler's henchmen without any compassion or empathy, devised a heinous plan to exterminate millions of Jewish men, women and children. For most of the unfortunate victims they had no chance of survival. They had no weapons, or army to protect them. Only luck and God played a role on who shall live and who shall perish by the bloody hands of the... more
  • Today Cara Goes to Kindergarten

    by Joan Ruddiman, EdD



    Most children and their mommies and daddies have vivid memories of the first day of kindergarten.  It is a big step, full of big emotions and important questions.

    Cara is excited, nervous, and a bit scared as she gets ready for her first day in a new school, with a new teacher, and new classmates.  She has so many questions, particularly one very big one.   

    Mommy helps Cara find some answers — and her smile — before she go... more

  • Little Children, BIG Feelings

    by Joan Ruddiman,EdD
    As the family prepares for a long-awaited camping trip, a little girl experiences a range of emotions. The excitement of being with Noanie and PopPop and all the aunts and uncles and cousins turns to real concern when they learn that PopPop is not feeling well. Little children often have BIG feelings, but don't have the words for those feelings. Mommy helps find the precise words for the little girl's BIG feelings as she discovers the best BIG feeling of all.
  • War Story

    by Rolf Margenau
    A fresh look at World War II through the eyes of four young people who come of age during the war years. Nine-year-old Achim relates his experiences on the home front in New Haven, Connecticut. He’s a canny Tom Sawyer type with a good heart and a knack for reporting the important events of the times and his adventuresome life. He manages a little business, goes to school, supports the war effort, becomes a black marketer and attempted murderer, and falls in love at least twice all before the a... more
  • The Devil's Breath

    by Tom Hogan
    A Jewish detective and his investigative reporter wife are forced by the Kommandant to solve the murder of his accountant and recover millions in Jewish gold. The investigation takes the reader deep into the workings of the camp—the harvesting operation, the killing process and the perils of daily life, culminating in an unforgettable finale.
  • Maison Cristina

    by Eugene Garber
    Maison Cristina immerses readers in an existential question: can the powers of storytelling and spiritual searching return to life a young woman sunken by mysterious wounds into a state of catatonia? In Maison Cristina Eugene K. Garber creates a dramatic bond between two memorable characters striving to redeem themselves from failure and suffering, a quest made arduous and uncertain by the deep wounds each has suffered in the past. The medium of their struggle is storytelling. Octogenaria... more