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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Of Crime and Passion

    by Jonathan Harnisch
    Book Six of the groundbreaking bestseller Jonathan Harnisch: An Alibiography, Of Crime and Passion, explores romantic love through the story of John Marshal, who is taught by a prostitute that one can get everything one wants through seduction. John wants glory and personal prestige and vows to get it by obtaining lowly positions in upper-class homes, and then seducing the one woman in the household who has the most influence. He begins with Maribelle Roman and ends with Claudia Sinclair. He dis... more
  • The Chameleon

    by Matt Micros
    After watching his high school rival get elected Governor of Connecticut, California beach bartender, John Mann, is goaded into a bet that has him attempt to succeed at five different high profile jobs. He can secure the jobs by any means necessary–beg, steal, lie or call in favors–but once he has them, he has a maximum of six months to succeed at each. Blazing a trail that runs through Salisbury, Connecticut, Dallas, Cleveland, Las Vegas and Los Angeles, he immerses himself in each position, be... more
  • Amani's River

    by David Hartness
    Amani’s River follows ten-year-old Aderito has been brought from the United States to the banks of a beautiful river in Homoine, Mozambique. There, he befriends a young girl named Victoria, and for a brief time, their childhood is promising. Soon, the violence that is raging across the country makes its way to Aderito’s doorstep, and both children are abducted by rebels and forced to learn the ways of trained killers in a war they barely understand. With only each other for support, Victoria... more
  • The Perfect Girl, The Prostitute & Other Stories

    by CC adetula

    From the Widow to the Ex-Wife, the Prostitute to the Perfect Girl, Beggar to the Bourgeois, this book explores every vista - providing an intriguing peak into the lives of friends and perfect strangers. I bet you think this book is about you...

  • Doctor Margaret's Sea Chest: The Azadi Series Book 1

    by Waheed Rabbani

    From the Book’s Back Cover

     

    Doctor Margaret’s Sea Chest, is Book I of a series of historical fiction set during India’s struggle for freedom—Azadi—from the British Raj. The Books weave a tale of international intrigue, conflict, and poignant love between interesting characters of that era.

     

    In 1965 an over 100-year-old sea chest, believed to be that of an American doctor, Margaret, is... more

  • The Solomon Twist

    by Dan Hammond Jr.
    Twin sons of different fathers? Sure, the chances are slim and none. But to Mazel McDonald, it sounds like a good idea at the time. Kirkus Reviews hailed Dan Hammond Jr.'s debut novel DELBERT JUDD as, "lighthearted and funny...explor(ing) substantial issues, which gives it poignancy and weight." His latest effort, THE SOLOMON TWIST, is similar in tone yet carries a picaresque glory that leaves readers laughing out loud one minute and with a lump in their throat the next. In the west ... more
  • Lost in the Shadows

    by Sydney Bristow
    Imagine a time when love was not only discouraged, but also considered irrelevant. When women had no legal rights. When the only way for women to secure a bright future was by taking “the dark leap” into marriage. Sound far-fetched? Welcome to Boston on the eve of the Revolutionary War. Grace Galloway always regretted never finding time to meet prospective suitors. She was too busy caring for her siblings. Until she meets a wealthy politician who makes her realize that romance is truly worth... more
  • Hungry Like The Wolf

    by John Crawford
  • Miracle at Coffeeville: And Other Legends of Christmas

    by Darrell Case
    A collection of Christmas stories to warm your heart If you’re like me, you love the season of Christmas. The festive atmosphere, the tree, the gifts, the feasting, the songs. People seem to be kinder to each other. There are gatherings with family and friends. However, there is a danger. We can become so wrapped up in the celebration that we forget the true meaning of Christmas. That Christ came to provide for us eternal life. That the babe in the manger was just a prelude to The Savoir on the ... more
  • Hysterical Love

    by Lorraine Devon Wilke
    Dan McDowell—a thirty-three-year-old photographer, recently dumped by his fiancée and tilting toward an early mid-life crisis—is stunned to find a decades-old story written by his ailing father, a tale of lost love that appears to haunt the man still. Incapable of fixing his own romantic dilemma, and convinced this woman from the past holds the key to happiness for them all, Dan sets off on a wild ride to find her.
  • The Rootlets: Super Rootabilities

    by Vicki Marquez
    In their first adventure, Brocc, Carrotina, Cornelius and Kaley are preparing for an exciting, once-in-a-lifetime event. That is, until Mr. Fungo Fungi arrives with shocking news, and the Rootlets learn that they have real magical super powers called Rootabilities! In a determined effort to discover their powers, the Rootlets soon realize that solving the biggest mystery of their lives won’t be easy – and time is running out! Will the Rootlets be able to uncover their super Rootabilites without ... more
  • Too Early for Flowers: The Story of a Polio Mother

    by Kurt Sipolski
    A NOVELLA FROM THE INTERNATIONALLY PUBLISHED MEMOIR: Too ambitious for her small Illinois town, Iris is determined to see the world with Washington, DC as the first stop. Her plans are curtailed when she marries a handsome young soldier and though apart for long stretches by WWII, they have two boys. Tragically widowed and back home, her younger, Gray, in braces from polio, Iris prepares herself for the challenges ahead. Through their exhausting nightly exercises, Iris teaches Gray of the po... more
  • A Colorful Journey Through the Land of Talking Letters

    by Mary Jo Nyssen

    A Colorful Journey Through the Land of Talking Letters includes 33 pages of colorful illustrations and letters that speak to children. Each letter introduces itself and its sound(s), and then the stories follow, highlighting separately each of the different letter sounds. It is a fun way to introduce these phonograms to early learners by repeating and highlighting each sound in an engaging story.

  • Saving Chance Gordon

    by June Austin
    Chance Gordon Tillman is born with Down syndrome. He's unable to speak and is locked inside his own head. He struggles to be normal and blend in, which is hard to do in his small town of Cold Harbour, Nova Scotia. If that isn't enough, at the age of five, his Ma packs her bags and disappears into the night. Distraught by her leaving, Chance does his best to be the son his Pa, A.J., needs him to be. If only Pa's new friend, Rena Mae would give him a chance, she might actually like him. However, h... more
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    by Genevieve Dutil
    Poise, class, confidence, fantastic thighs and an even better ass: these are the spoils of an equestrian lifestyle. And Margaret Fletcher has them all. But then suddenly, she doesn't. Broke and horseless for the first time in her pampered life, Margaret is lost in a sea of tangled hairnets until a cranky old horseman introduces her to the not-so-glamorous world of exercising young racehorses. Margaret knows she can jump a five foot fence with style. But can she gallop forty miles an hour on a... more
  • kick bACK: A Romantic Comedy Thirty Miles Out to Sea

    by RC Atchisson
    Joe Thornton is having the time of...the end of...his life! After losing his wine business to an unscrupulous business partner and his marriage to an unfaithful wife, Joe drowns his sorrows day after day lamenting the mess his life has become. At the end of his rope, Joe tosses a coin to decide his future. When the flip determines that he must kill himself, Joe resolves to complete one final item on his bucket list by travelling to the tiny island of Nantucket where he plans to "accidentally" d... more

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