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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Avi Loves Idli

    by Swathi Avadhani
    Join young Avi as he begins his day with an eager appetite and a love for idlis. In this delightful children's book, "Avi Loves Idli," written by Swathi Avadhani, young readers embark on a delightful food adventure alongside Avi. As Avi dives into his delightful meal, the reader is taken on a journey of flavors and tastes. The idlis are accompanied by the traditional condiments of chutney and sambar, enhancing the gastronomic experience. The vibrant illustrations bring the story to life, capt... more
  • The BharatCal Chronicles

    by K Kailash
    "The BharatCal Chronicles" takes you on a whirlwind journey through the birth, rise, and eventual fall of a nation like no other. When the United States grinds to a halt, a group of ambitious NRIs, backed by India's political powerhouse, seize the moment to carve out their own sovereign state: BharatCal. But as Silicon Valley becomes the heart of this new world, power struggles, cultural clashes, and international intrigues ensue. The entry of Manvendra Sodi, India's charismatic leader sets t... more
  • Maya and Waggers: I Have to Scoop What?

    by W.T. Kosmos

    For generations on Island Nation, the Puddin’ Heads have despised the Sweeties and lived without dogs. But after a shipload of dogs and puppies arrives, the Puddin’ Heads race to buy these creatures despite having no clue how to care for them. When the Union family can’t take their new puppy, Waggers, on a trip, Maya, her best friend Lily, and Waggers stay with dreaded Uncle Puddin’ Head. But Lily is a Sweetie, Maya refuses to scoop poop, and her uncle really, really c... more

  • Pirates of the Wild West: A Time Travel Sea Adventure with a Western Twist

    by Bryan Cantrell
    1718 the infamous pirates of the Caribbean meet secretly in Nassau harbor on Blackbeard’s prized ship the Queen Anne’s Revenge. Caught in the clutches of a tempestuous storm, their lives take an unimaginable turn when a time vortex whisks them away to the year 1873, casting their ship into the depths of San Francisco Bay. Prepare to set sail on a thrilling fusion of history and fantasy as the Golden Age of Piracy collides with the untamed spirit of the Wild West! In Pirates of the Wild Wes... more
  • Wreck's Wake

    by Jof Croxford
    Half a world away, beside the newly discovered continent of Southland, dwell the Sentinels, an archipelago of overgrown tropical islands brimming with gold. Amongst their rocky slopes fly the sails of traders, pirates and sealords all, none more feared than those stained threatening black. When Southland convict Wesley King and his family are finally pardoned after three hard years of toil, they delve into the islands’ embrace searching for a fabled treasure long lost. But the quest quickly t... more
  • Jezebel - A coming-of-age novel

    by Lesley Meirovitz Waite
    It’s the summer of 1974. The Feminist Movement is exploding, President Nixon is about to resign, the Vietnam war is coming to its ugly conclusion, and sixteen-year-old budding feminist Jezebel Berke is at her wits end. She is desperate to escape the chaos of her own family—a mom who drinks too much and is having an affair, a dad who is abusive and has all but disappeared, and a sister who is abandoning her by going away to college.   In her efforts to find connection with others, Jezebel does ... more
  • The Spaces That Hold You

    by Karla Self
    In “The Spaces That Hold You,” meet young Levi, whose heart is burdened by the secrets that lie hidden in the shadows of his young life. Set against the backdrop of a small, poverty-stricken town, this debut novel weaves a tapestry of love, loss, and the profound connections that shape our lives. Join Levi on a poignant journey of self-discovery, as he navigates the spaces of his own heart, seeking solace, redemption, and a chance at a future filled with hope.
  • Hangtown

    by Michael Bailey
    Returning to his hometown, Shirley Jackson Award-nominated and Bram Stoker Award®-winning writer and editor Michael Bailey fills in the missing pieces of a town’s dark past in this homage to Charles Portis’ True Grit and Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian. Based on a true story, Hangtown is a historical western about the hangings in a placer mining town that once went by that moniker, one of the first established diggings during the chaos of the Gold Rush. Set in 1848 to 1850, the unlawful were... more
  • Surviving Gen X

    by Jo Szewczyk
    Enter the neon-soaked world of Las Vegas in the 1990s with Surviving Gen X - a gripping and timely political work that follows the story of an unnamed man and an abused housewife as they navigate the city's dangerous underbelly. Through their journey, they find solace in each other as the broken city attempts to destroy them. Unfolding like an electrifying dream, Surviving Gen X is an intensely intimate and profoundly moving tale packed with humor, heartache, and the quest for survival.
  • Fiercely Loyal

    by Deborah Ettinger and Tom Johnson
    Brother and sister, Sean and Colleen Callaghan share a relationship of love, loyalty and perseverance. Their early childhood in a dysfunctional orphanage created a bond that carries them through tough times in the Big Apple during the first half of the 20th Century. Sean grows from petty thief to bootlegger to waterfront dock boss. Colleen starts out running a speakeasy that transforms into an upscale restaurant catering to New York's upper crust and Sean's less-than-legit pals. When Sean is a... more
  • The Good Time Girls Get Famous

    by K.T. Blakemore
    Get ready for the latest rip-roaring “Good Time Girls” adventure with Ruby Calhoun and Pip Quinn, two accidental outlaws now on the run for too many crimes to count. As the silent film industry booms and Westerns steal the spotlight, a movie producer sees potential gold in Ruby and Pip's outlaw story. With their misdeeds now legendary, the duo is offered a chance to play themselves on the big screen. It's an opportunity for fame, fortune, and a safe getaway to Mexico once the film wraps. H... more
  • Hilton's Island

    by Mary Beth McCarthy
    Hilton's Island Hilton, a golden doodle, loves to visit Hilton Head Island. As a matter of fact, he thinks it's "his" island. When Hilton's owners bring him to the beach he accidentally slips out of his collar, and is FREE! Join Hilton as he meets some adorable, silly and unexpected island animals as he scampers along the shoreline of Hilton Head. But as the sun goes down, he finds himself alone and afraid. Will Hilton find his owners before nighttime?.⁩
  • Figures Crossing the Field Towards the Group

    by Rebecca Gransden
    A pilgrimage. An England in delirium.
  • Finding Isobel

    by Mary Behan
    Isobel Babić has always yearned to uncover the mystery surrounding her birth and why her adoptive parents have steadfastly refused to share this information with her. Her life takes an unexpected turn just as she is about to start veterinary school, when she receives a bequest from her de facto grandmother. Leaving everything behind, her search takes her from Wisconsin to New Zealand where her adoptive parents live, and ultimately to Bosnia where she was born. Isobel discovers that the past ho... more
  • Yuri & the Pig

    by C. W. Lovatt
    Based on the current struggle in Ukraine, a farmer and his pig undertake an extraordinary quest across war-torn Eastern Europe.
  • Hip Hop Don't Stop

    by Lori Nelson Lee
    A heartwarming story about a father who uses his love of hip hop culture to teach his kids about creative expression and the responsibility that come with it.