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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • BODIE

    by Anne Sweazy-Kulju
    THE GHOSTS OF BODIE HARBOR VIOLENT MEMORIES...ANY OF THEM YOURS? Bad Whiskey, bad weather, bad men? BODIE is the most violent town in America's history. Two sisters sharing a psychic dream investigate and uncover a 120-year old murder mystery, a century-old love story, and a political conspiracy that transcends time. They'll discover Bodie harbors many violent memories--any of them yours?
  • Grog Wars

    by Anne Sweazy-Kulju
    GROG WARS is a change-of-life story of a shy German brewer-turned-"Trail"-hero, who brings his family and real beer to Portland, Oregon, in 1851. The self-made brewer endures the trans-Atlantic "coffin ship," braves the savage-infested Oregon Trail & is shanghaied to the Orient. He becomes wealthy, but he would gladly give it all for the love of his woman--while a lesser man would take it all and rid of the woman. Let the battles begin!
  • The David Chronicles: Boxed Set

    by Uvi Poznansky

    The David Chronicles is the story of David as you have never heard it before: from the king himself, telling the unofficial version, the one he never allowed his court scribes to recount. In his mind, history is written to praise the victorious--but at the last stretch of his illustrious life, he feels an irresistible urge to tell the truth. In the first volume, Rise to Power, David gives you a fascinating account of his early years, culminating with a tribal coronation. Rooted ... more

  • Pearl

    by Brian Kindall

    She is a girl made entirely of stone and she has been resting on the floor of an anciet sea for a thousand years. One might not think such an existence very exciting, but when a boy named Niko pulls her from the waves, Pearl's life is just beginning. On an adventure that carries her to an exotic island grotto, through a bloody revolution, into a rat-infested tomb, and finally, to a high mountain paradise, Pearl undergoes a magical transformation. What she will become depends upon her cour... more

  • The Edge of Revolt (The David Chronicles Book 3)

    by Uvi Poznansky

    Struggling to find the right balance between loving his sons and upholding justice, David is silent when Amnon rapes his daughter, Tamar, and when Absalom lures Amnon to his death. These crimes go unpunished, because a mysterious change has come upon the king, which his court scribes note even before he does. In the past he had to explain his actions, such as the affair with Bathsheba, to them. Now, they want to understand the opposite thing: his lack of action.

    In families other t... more

  • A Peek at Bathsheba (The David Chronicles Book 2)

    by Uvi Poznansky

    Against the backdrop of wars, raging within the land and without, David is growing into the mantle of leadership. Between his anointment as a tribal king and his anointment as the king of all of Israel, he uses wisdom, cunning, and his own understanding of the forces of history, aiming for high ideals: stopping the bloodshed, uniting the nation, and bringing about healing and peace. 

    But then, having reached his peak, David falters. He makes a serious error that threatens to u... more

  • Rise to Power (The David Chronicles Book 1)

    by Uvi Poznansky

    Here is the story of David as you have never heard it before: from the king himself, telling the unofficial version, the one he never allowed his court scribes to recount. In his mind, history is written to praise the victorious—but at the last stretch of his illustrious life, he feels an irresistible urge to tell the truth. In the first volume, Rise to Power, David gives you a fascinating account of his early years, culminating with a tribal coronation. Rooted in ancient lore, his is a... more

  • Twisted

    by Uvi Poznansky

    In this unique collection, Uvi Poznansky brings together diverse tales, laden with shades of mystery and the macabre. There are four of them: I Am What I Am; I, Woman; The Hollow; and The One Who Never Leaves. Here, you will come into a dark, strange world, a hyper-reality where nearly everything is firmly rooted in the familiar—except for some quirky detail that twists the yarn, and takes it for a spin in an unexpected direction. 

    This is the reality you will see in a b... more

  • A Favorite Son

    by Uvi Poznansky

    This story is a present-day twist on the biblical story of Jacob and his mother Rebecca plotting together against the elderly father Isaac, who is lying on his deathbed, in order to get their hands on the inheritance, and on the power in the family. This is no old fairy tale. Its power is here and now, in each one of us. 
    Listening to Yankle telling his take on events, we understand the bitter rivalry between him and his brother. We become intimately engaged with every detail of the... more

  • Apart From Love

    by Uvi Poznansky

    Secrets, passion, betrayal...

    Coming back to his childhood home after years of absence, Ben is unprepared for the secret, which is now revealed to him: his mother, Natasha, who used to be a brilliant pianist, is losing herself to early-onset Alzheimer's, which turns the way her mind works into a riddle. His father has remarried, and his new wife, Anita, looks remarkably similar to Natasha--only much younger. In this state of being isolated, being apart from lov... more

  • At Odds with Destiny

    by Uvi Poznansky

    Each one of the novels in this boxed set is outside the box. Open it at your own risk!


    Bestselling, critically acclaimed, and notoriously creative authors from across the book continuum join forces to bring you At Odds with Destiny, everything you've wanted in a boxed set but thought you'd never find: full-length novels brimming with myth, fantasy, mystery, history, romance, drama, originality, heroism, and suspense. Finding themselves at odd... more

  • Pioneers

    by Tim Griffin
    Christopher Hamilton just graduated college, saddled with debt and about to embark on the prescribed post-graduate journey into corporate America. While this may be the stagnant plan of his generation, he couldn’t help but feel lost. Christopher is filled with grandiose ideas about life and what it should be, about morning hikes cascading the Rockies or plunging deep into the frigid waters in the Alaskan wilderness. While his friends move on scattered in cities across America, Christopher feels ... more
  • Fireworks

    by Sarah Houssayni
    Fireworks tells the story of two women thrown into the Hezbollah Israel war of 2006. Angie is a thirty year old nurse from Kansas, in Beirut for the summer to get away from a broken heart. Zahra is a sixteen year old Shiite, on summer break and in love for the first time. Through terror, loss, grief, self-forgiveness and the workings of a local doctor, the two women move from despair to grace and to the long-awaited shore.
  • Bell of the Desert

    by Alan Gold
    A grand historical novel about Gertrude Bell, one of the most influential women of the twentieth century. She was the most celebrated adventurer of her day, the brains behind Lawrence of Arabia, an adviser to kings and desert sheikhs, and the British government’s secret weapon in WWI in the campaign against the Turks. A brilliant academic, mountaineer, explorer, linguist, politician, and towering literary figure, Gertrude Bell is the most significant unsung heroine of the twentieth century. ... more
  • The Congress of Vienna and Its Legacy: War and Great Power Diplomacy After Napoleon

    by Mark Jarrett
    In his comprehensive and captivating new book, The Congress of Vienna and its Legacy: War and Great Power Diplomacy after Napoleon, Dr. Jarrett thoroughly explores this watershed event in world history and the subsequent “Congress System.” In a convenient single volume being praised as “the book on the time period” and an “essential read,” Dr. Jarrett provides a comprehensive and up-to-date treatment of the diplomacy of the entire “Congress Era” based on original research. His engaging narrative... more
  • Songs of a Crooked River

    by Ajit Singh
    Described by an edit reviewer of a major site as rhythmic with a natural flow ,poetic and with a spiritual feel. A very readable racy ,humorous , deeply and originally philosophical ,exploring relationships between people, romantic,adult attached to nature and a wish to give back to nature and life. A boy who runs away from home , a poacher of turtles,an old man wishing answers from god before he dies ,a commodity trader who has lost her daughter ,a rich reclusive philosopher ,his beautiful... more

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