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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Grundish and Askew

    by Lance Carbuncle
    Strap on your athletic cup and grab a barf bag. The Dr. Reverend Lance Carbuncle is going to kick you square in the balls and send you on a wild ride that may or may not answer the following questions: what happens when two white trash, trailer park-dwelling, platonic life partners go on a moronic and misdirected crime spree?; can their manly love for each other endure when one of them suffers a psychological bitch-slap that renders him a homicidal maniac?; will a snaggletoothed teenage prostitu... more
  • اشجان من التحرير

    by Mohammed Ratteb
  • Out With the Tide

    by Lola Faye Arnold
    Labor Day weekend of 1981, Caroline Carter visits an area near Charleston, South Carolina. She uses her Southern charm to capture the heart of J.P. Andersen, a New Jersey Yankee of Danish extraction. Distance and doubt complicate their relationship as well as Caroline’s haunting thoughts of her father's death; the trauma that has left her with a fear of intimacy. Her emotional conflicts are understood by a good looking international student, Joost Van Ness, a Dutchman who grew up in an affluent ... more
  • Into the Deep End

    by Leesa Freeman
    Before doesn't exist—not for Luke Stevenson—not anymore. He once dreamt of winning Olympic gold and escaping his crappy little New Mexico town, but that dream shattered the night a drunk driver took his twin sister and confined him to a wheelchair. Mourning Bethany and struggling to cope with his new paraplegic life, Luke is blind with rage at everyone and everything. Adriana Toomey, the only other survivor of the crash, can barely crawl out of bed after burying her fiancé, Luke’s best f... more
  • The Loving Tree ISBN # 978-1-4575-3269-6

    by Bruce Frazer
    Matt Jenkins had returned from Vietnam a wounded and reluctant hero. Although, his physical wounds heal, his mental wounds would linger for many years. Matt's father Eli, a veteran of World War II, struggles desperately to hold his family together, while searching for the key to prevent his son from certain tragedy. As Matt battles his demons, we are taken on an incredible journey. from the depths of hopelessness to a triumphant ending.
  • Blue Sun, Yellow Sky

    by Jamie Jo Hoang
    Hailed as “One of the best technical painters of our time” by an L.A. Times critic, 27-year-old Aubrey Johnson is finally gaining traction with her work. But as she weaves through what should be a celebration of her art, a single nagging echo of her doctor’s words refuses to stay silent—there is no cure. In less than eight weeks Aubrey is going blind. Traveling on a one-way ticket around the world with childhood friend Jeff Anderson, Aubrey is in complete denial. But a blindfolded game of tas... more
  • A Man and His Lawn

    by J. C. Bass
    Bill Baxter is a referee and a man of simple tastes; he likes sports, sweet tea, and a well-manicured lawn. He’s more than a little gullible and his friends aren’t exactly ambitious, but so what? He’s got a fun job, an awesome mower, and a wife that…well, tolerates him. But when a smooth-talking conman makes off with his life savings, Bill’s tidy little world starts crumbling around him. His football-obsessed neighbors are trying to kill each other, his sister refuses to move her dead husband ou... more
  • The Poet and the Bastard

    by J. C. Bass
    Todd is an overly-sensitive wannabe poet who spends his days working in a laundromat, toiling in obscurity. Jon is a hard-drinking smart-ass who produces low-budget B-movies, his only claim to fame being a blockbuster flop about a dragon. As old friends, they're used to stumbling through life together, but when you add Todd's stripper girlfriend Rebecca into the mix, their misadventures get taken to a whole new level. "The Poet and the Bastard" chronicles the ups and downs of three twenty-someth... more
  • Every Sunday Is Father's Day 978-1-5007-8471-3

    by Anthony Valera
    For Ray Oliver, a divorced and down-on-his-luck musician, spends the afternoons with his precocious five-year old daughter, Mickey. When Mickey tells Ray that his ex-wife's new boyfriend has molested her. Ray snatches his daughter when the boyfriend shows his violent, predatory colors. Ray and Mickey travel across the country from one cheap motel to the next. An unexpected loss sends Ray heading back east. His ex-wife promises the boyfriend is gone. But if he's not, Ray vows to keep his daughter... more
  • John Doe

    by Terrell Vernon Hicks
    On a warm summer day in August 1980, while in a hospital room Charlotte Watson’s life changed forever. Now a successful psychologist, married to her high school sweetheart and the mother of two teenagers, she has everything she has ever wanted…or does she? When her teenage daughter comes to her with an announcement of her own, Charlotte decides to examine her past—revealing a secret that could tear her entire family apart. As a police officer, Bradley Robinson has seen his fair share of othe... more
  • Kiddieland and Other Misfortunes

    by Tim Chapman
    In his first short story collection Tim Chapman explores behaviors that are at once familiar and bizarre, while introducing us to an odd assemblage of characters. A reformed hit man has to kill to save the love of his life. An advertising executive deserts her family to find happiness as a forest nymph. A downsized factory worker decides to fake a disability. A young girl has to decide whether her divine power is a blessing or a curse. Engaging stories about family, class, crime, and love from t... more
  • Mesabi Pioneers

    by Jeffrey Smith
    Here is the highly readable account of one of the remarkable achievements of the 19th century: how a remote tree-covered area of northern Minnesota became America's greatest source of iron ore. It is 1891. An improbable team of American businessmen and European immigrants hunt for iron ore in a formidable expanse of dense pine forest. Fighting isolation, harsh winters, and mosquito-infested summers, they find it. What follows is an extraordinary tale of both personal and technological achie... more
  • A Brand New Day: A Banana Split Story

    by A.S. Chung
    Mondays and Tuesdays are fun, going on cooking adventures with Dad. We look forward to Wednesdays and Thursday too when we get to be a green thumb with Mum. Don’t forget the holidays! Spring breaks with Mum and hot summer camping with Dad. Each day is a truly special day! A Banana Split Story is a series within the Pigeonhole Books collection that features stories about children from separated and divorced families.
  • Lover in the Nobody

    by Jonathan Harnisch

    I believe that anyone suffering from any type of mental illness is one badass mother f-cker. Nothing is more terrifying than battling with your own mind every single day. So, get ready for this: Lover in the Nobody is not for the faint of heart. Enter the literary playground of the wildly eccentric author and all-around artist, dreamer, man on a mission, and human being just like you who also suffers--like all of us, in one way or another--to some degree. The author (oui, c'est moi, l'... more

  • All The Roads

    by J Cotter
    All The Roads draws out the emotional elements of human relationships in a very intimate way. The novel introduces readers to Jay Essex and Elle Dawes, flawed but very real characters attempting to navigate the complicated road between adolescence and adulthood. Through haunting memories and intense dialogue, readers experience how Jay and Elle met, how they got to know one another, and why their relationship came to a heartbreaking conclusion. All The Roads could be considered a contemporary ro... more
  • Learning to Kiss Girls

    by Elizabeth Andre
    It’s 1984, and there are lots of things the family of Helen Blumenstein, age 14, doesn’t talk about. Her cousin is gay. Helen’s best female friend may have a crush on her. Helen wants to learn about kissing girls, but she’s scared of being different. Helen will have to find her own voice and decide if she is brave enough to be exactly who she is supposed to be, even if that means being a little bit queer.

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