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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Thalidomide Kid

    by Kate Rigby
    Daryl Wainwright is the quirky youngest child of a large family of petty thieves and criminals who calls himself ‘Thalidomide Kid’. Celia Burkett is the new girl at the local primary school, and the daughter of the deputy head at the local comprehensive where she is bound the following September. With few friends, Celia soon becomes fascinated by ‘the boy with no arms’. The story is about the blossoming romance and sexual awakening between a lonely girl and a disabled boy, and their stru... more
  • A Charleston Yankee

    by Michael D. Mercurio

    Amid the turbulent 1960s arises an intriguing tale of love, betrayal, and death in the ever-historic Charleston, South Carolina. As marine maverick Mike Romano steps off the naval base, he has no inkling of what civilian life has in store for him. After retrieving his wife from his hometown of New York City, he launches a new career as an insurance salesman, with a fire for putting the past behind him and achieving great success.

    But Mike quickly finds himself hawking burial insurance a... more

  • The Miracle Mitzvah Moose

    by Dawn Wynne
    A young girl named Abbey feels sad and lonely after moving to a new home. On the first night of Hanukkah, she spots a moose outside her window which seems intrigued with the lonesome child. When an antler of the moose's rack becomes illuminated by the light of the moon, Abbey feels a connection and she looks for the animal nightly. As the moose appears and the meaning of Hanukkah is understood, Abbey believes in the possibility of her new life. She begins a journey to help others. When she gives... more
  • Earth Remembers When

    by Dawn Wynne
    From best-selling author and award-winning teacher Dawn Wynne, comes Earth Remembers When, a richly illustrated children's picture book that visually demonstrates how humans affect nature and offers guidelines and solutions for children of all ages to make a positive impact on the environment. This educational, environmental book explores issues such as global warming, healthy eating, plastics in the oceans, and pollution. From oceans to rainforests to the Arctic, children learn how their action... more
  • Gnoman's Land

    by Mark Forker
    One day, Mya begins to pay attention to the wonder of nature in her back yard and wants to become a part of it all. Using her imagination and a bit of magic, she goes in search of an adventure and meets a talking owl, fairies, trees, rocks, gnomes and other whimsical characters along the way.
  • Silver Voyage

    by Sandy Mason
    'Silver Voyage' follows the exploits of British mathematician Alan Turing as he attempts to hide a fortune in silver during the dark days of World War II. Turing and his assistant plan a strategy to move the silver to the U.S. only to be confronted by criminal currency traders who may have a way of inflating the value of Turing's fortune. They will stop at nothing - even murder - to achieve their aims.
  • The Cowgirl Jumped Over the Moon

    by Linda Ballou
    Gemcie and her Irish Hunter, Marshal, are about to capture the World Cup when a nasty fall dashes their chances. While she is mending, her arch rival seizes this opportunity to catch a ride on Marshal, and to seduce her young husband. Confused and dazed by her new circumstances, Gemcie heads for the high Sierras hoping the majestic spires that captured the heart of the father that she never met will provide the answers she seeks. She finds strength and solace riding solo on the John Muir Trail, ... more
  • Ashes of Waterloo

    by Olivia Andem
  • Entry Wounds

    by Mario Almonte
    A trip to Boston in search of a runaway wife puts two young men's friendship to the test and forces them to confront the truth of the different paths they took that led to their failures as aspiring writers. While Greg Somers achieved success in the corporate world, David Russo stagnated in low-wage jobs, fell into drinking and into abusing his wife, and now deals with a failed marriage. Greg is forced to recognized that their friendship had never been as strong as he believed and that he had ne... more
  • Theresa Manning

    by Mario Almonte
    The brutal beating of a former lover forces a young businessman to confront the painful memories of his brief and failed affair with her, and the choices he made in life that brought him to her side at the hospital six months later. As doctors struggle to save her life, he must explain to police his role in the violent domestic dispute in which the woman, Theresa Manning, killed her husband. The police want to know why, as she lay bleeding and barely clinging to life, her husband nearby in a poo... more
  • The Adventures of the 19XX - Shining Skull 1936

    by Paul Roman Martinez
    The year is 1936, and the 19XX organization travels to Tibet to prevent the General made of metal, known as the Shining Skull, from spreading destruction and Civil War. In this epic third book in the 19XX series, the group finds themselves searching for an ancient and mysterious power that promises to end all wars forever. But if they find it, will they choose to use it? And if so, what price will they pay?
  • The Color of Character

    by Glen Shuld
    After growing up during the civil rights movement, Glen Feigman has always found pride in judging people not by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. As a gay man living in Chicago, he strives to stand for social justice in any way he can. But despite his upbringing in a liberal Jewish family, Glen's relationship with race is more complicated than it seems. Disturbed by a recent string of violent crimes in his hometown, he finds himself reflecting on earlier even... more
  • Dead Sisters: The Thunder: Perfect Mind

    by Debra L. Manion
    In the 1980s, an obscure graduate student was the foremost scholar on a newly discovered gnostic tractate entitled Thunder, Perfect Mind. Previously, only one Harvard professor had significantly researched the work, but his untimely death left her alone in the field. On her own within the university stacks and the Egyptian intertestamental past, she struggles to break the code of a 2,000 year old buried writing, which in turn leads her down unexpected rabbit holes of stolen chi... more
  • Claimed by the Enemy

    by Shauna Roberts
    2300 BCE. Mesopotamia. Sargon the Great's legions swarm across the known world, conquering city after city. Ten years after their home city was destroyed by Sargon's army, two exiles—a lonely princess and a reluctant soldier—struggle to stay alive and choose their own destinies.
  • Out of a Dream

    by Rosemary Hines
    Michelle Baron should be reveling in her new life in Sandy Cove, Oregon. From the outside, it all looks idyllic. A newlywed settling into a quaint coastal town, her husband establishing himself as a junior partner in a law firm—what more could she want? But a series of disturbing nightmares haunts Michelle. Her quest to understand these dreams leads her to the New World bookstore, where she begins a spiritual journey that will challenge her Christian heritage as well as her marriage.
  • 978-1482739718

    by Julie Affleck
    A is for Applesauce is the first in the Arthur & Zita Alphabet Book series. Nine year old Zita loves WORDS! and her favourite book is the DICTIONARY! Today is "A WORDS DAY". While she and her younger brother Arthur await the arrival of awesome Aunt Alice, Zita searches for all the words she can that begin with the letter A. A is for Applesauce tells of a trip to the Animal Zoo cut short, and other commotions, accompanied by A Words such as applesauce, ants, attempted arrest, angel food cake, awa... more