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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • A Tale of Two Hotels

    by Elizabeth Cooke

    An exciting finale to Elizabeth Cooke’s small hotel series about the Hotel Marcel in Paris is presented in this, the fourth book, “A Tale of Two Hotels.” Following “There’s a Small Hotel,” Secrets of a Small Hotel,” and “The Hotel Next Door,”

     “A Tale of Two Hotels” involves a duel between two hostelries, one simple and diminutive, the other, large and grandiose, side by side on a Parisian avenue. Trouble is compound... more

  • Captain Hawk (Hawk Legacy ) (Volume 1)

    by SJ Garland

    Nathaniel Hawk is the son of a legendary East India Company captain. The son of the East India Company’s most famous ship captains, Nathaniel turned away from a life at sea. He arrives in Singapore to find dangerous secrets that will change his life forever

    Singapore 1823. The East India Company is in full pursuit of wealth and glory expanding the dominance of the United Kingdom around the world. Sir Thomas Stanford Raffles saw the potential in a tiny settlement on the southern ti... more

  • Hiatus

    by Belangela G. Tarazona
    Hiatus is the story of Michael and Frank, two men whose lives have taken disparate paths, and yet whose love for each other ultimately reunites them. After the loss of his wife, and to the shock of his grown children, Sebastian and Helenne, Michael finds himself falling back in love with Frank, whose affections he forsook nearly forty years ago. Upon the revelation that Michael has terminal cancer, this new relationship puts Frank, Michael, and his entire family to the test. These two men mu... more
  • Misha Learns About Money

    by Namrata Agarwal
    This delightful little book is a must-have for all parents who wish to begin teaching their children the value and limitations of money and the importance of saving and spending. Follow the story of Misha, a little girl who thinks she should be able to have all the toys she wants, especially all the same toys her friends have. Misha’s mother cannot keep up with her daughter’s demands, and, in desperation, finally tries giving Misha an allowance. See what happens when this little girl begins to g... more
  • Jeneria: The White Citadel

    by Bradley Kim
    Following the conclusion of a lengthy war, Jenn’s father is unable to find work. So Jenn and her parents head west for Denethgilne, the most booming and well-known city in the region. With her newfound friend, Hannah, Jenn explores the city and finds it to be everything she expected and more. But when Jenn finally makes it into the forbidden Inner City, she discovers that this utopian city is nothing like it appears. And unfortunately for Jenn, it just may be too late...
  • Rise Of The Legacy

    by Raquelle Stepney

    The Five Chosen Born. 

    They Are The Legacy.
    They inherited a destiny they did not want. A legacy of power that was sealed away from them.
    Now they embark on a journey of self-discovery.
    A war is coming and the fate of the world is resting on their shoulders. 
    The enemies of their ancestor’s past is back and stronger than ever. 
    A life of normalcy hangs in the balance.
    In a world fated for destruction will they choose the world or themse... more

  • Dismantling Evan (The Evan Series Book 1)

    by Venessa Kimball
    Life is unstable... …What will be the trigger to dismantle it? When high school senior Evangeline "Evan" Phillips moves half way across the country with her parents to a quaint town in Texas, it should be a chance to start over. It should be. Typical of Evan, she doesn’t share her parents’ optimism. Always the loner, she is prepared to hide behind work at the school newspaper until graduation. That is the seemingly bulletproof plan until she meets her new neighbors, Gavin and Brody Fergu... more
  • A Voice in the Wind

    by Donald Risho


    "A Voice In the Wind" is a romantic novel dating back to that ill-fated period in history, the American Civil War. Fictional characters are placed into historical events with notable personalities. A variety of diverse individuals encounter one another and weave an intricate web of unforgettable episodes. Everyone in the story is reluctantly caught in the turmoil of that dismal period.

    Hearts Taken Captive in the Tragedy of War…

    The four years of the America... more

  • Two One-Act Plays: The Lawn Auction & Would You Like to Go Out Shoveling Tonight?

    by Katherine Holmes
    Both of the one-act plays present a cooperative setting and the dynamics within it. Personal aims and relationships reveal discreet happenings that cause characters to take sides. Rumors and scheming build to intrigue and comic turns. The first play concerns an auction where dealers from an antiques store are part of the bidding. Becca is a new counter clerk, learning the ropes which include dealer provenance in the aftermath of a divorce. The second play takes place in an apartment building whe... more
  • The Wide Awake Loons

    by Katherine Holmes
    Ten-year-old Ginny and her mother are opening the cabin. On an otherwise quiet day, Ginny hears a male loon, Yudel, sparring with a younger bird over territory. Canoeing with her friend, Wes, Ginny discovers a loon nest on an island. They quickly find themselves protecting the defenseless eggs against predators. During the summer, the loons raise three loonlings. Now faced with many dangers, Yudel and his mate, Owala, will put their courage to the test. Follow the journey of Ginny and the loons ... more
  • Pianist in a Bordello

    by Mike C. Erickson
    Pianist in a Bordello By Mike C. Erickson What would happen if a politician decided to tell the truth—the whole truth? Richard Youngblood, aspiring Congressman, is about to find out. He’s running on a platform of honesty and transparency—and against the advice of his friends and advisers he’s decided to start with himself. His autobiography will lay his entire life bare before voters just days before the election. And what a life he’s had. Born in a commune and named Richard Milhous Nixon... more
  • Josiah's Apple Orchard

    by Katherine Holmes
    Besides music, Vivvy loves green apples. She and her brother Matt go on morning apple raids until, one fall, their father drives them to a pick-your-own orchard. The cross old Josiah inhabits another time where pixies might appear like uprooted saplings. In the early, eventful 1960s, Vivvy takes the flute from Mr. Fortray, a band teacher who plays jazz. Detours confuse another apple picking trip and Josiah is angry about progress. Yet if Vivvy wants to do what she loves, she must think beyond a ... more
  • Wai-nani: Voice from Old Hawai'i

    by Linda Ballou
    Wai-nani transports you into the wild heart old Hawai’i when Captain Cook stepped upon the shores of Kealakekua Bay in 1779. Linda Ballou skillfully weaves legends and myths, fabled history, and an evocative love story into a poetic rendering of the “People of Old.” Lavish images of the Islands splash the page as you tread inside the mysterious Polynesian culture. Hawai’i’s story is told through the eyes of Wai-nani, a fiercely passionate, free-spirited woman. She takes you on a seductive jour... more
  • Kobee Manatee: A Wild Weather Adventure

    by Robert Scott Thayer

    Kobee Manatee wants to surprise his sister, Kim, who lives in the Bahamas, on her birthday.  But it won’t be easy to get there from Key West, Florida. Kobee will have to travel across the mighty Atlantic Ocean and into the strong Gulf Stream current. Not only that – it’s hurricane season!  

    Can Kobee and his friends Tess and Pablo swim safely through a giant thunderstorm, a wild waterspout and a monster hurricane?  A thrilling tale loaded with surprises,... more

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