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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • San Juan Bautista

    by Phil Oakley
    Three revolutions, three lives devastated and a monastery in the American Southwest come together in this novel where, for a time, hope seems a dream too big. The revolutions tore the fabric of their locations: Poland, Nicaragua and Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. The three crushed by the violence and its consequences were, a teacher, the young son of a subsistence farmer and an American priest.While clearly, the inspiration for this novel came from a set of video images for an amazing television... more
  • Longhorn: A Novel (The Oakleys) (Volume 3)

    by Phil Oakley
    The youngest Oakley brother, Ray, avoids the Army only to find himself in a face off with German U-boats in the Gulf Mexico in the year following America’s entry into World War II. His older brother, Brooks, who had reluctantly agreed to accept a commission as a lieutenant, is assigned to a difficult aging general in Washington who sends him to chase through the backwoods of Mississippi; then he orders Brooks to a special school in blizzard bound Michigan where he is trained to manage winter cam... more
  • Runners (The Oakleys) (Volume 2)

    by Phil Oakley
    My father, beginning at age fourteen, rode freight trains through America during much of the Great Depression. No one knew why, but it wasn't because he was poor. My Uncle Brooks, the person he was closet to on earth, was the family's brightest star. But as with everything else about the Oakleys, that was very much less than the whole of his story. My Uncle Ralph was a gangster. He could have been any other kind of exceptional success, but he was by choice "in the rackets" as he once boastfully ... more
  • Telegraph

    by Phil Oakley
    Telegraph is the story of an amazing American family who set roots in the frontier, first in New Mexico and later in the Texas Hill Country. Their hard work to build a peaceful life alongside the bubbling waters of Little Hatchet Creek and the South Llano River began after the Civil War. Their challenges were formidable, but the newcomers learned to get along with the old residents of their new neighborhoods: the Mescalero Apaches, the Comanches and the Tejanos. The family built for themselves a... more
  • Going Over the Falls

    by Amy Waeschle
    Surfer and Seattle E.R. doctor Lorna Jacobs is pulled into a dangerous journey to find her estranged mother, who is dying from a mysterious illness. Lorna finally finds her, deep in Mexico, but Alex is more concerned with rekindling their mutual love of surfing than preparing for her last days. The secret big wave she plans to share with Lorna could bond them forever, or destroy them.
  • The Revenge of Zachariah Kermit Higgins

    by A. S. Wood
    Seventh grader girls, Billie and Gem, fall for the guys of their dreams, Chad and Samson, on Facebook. As it turns out, these guys are none other than scrawny Zachariah, the classmate they have been bullying at school for months. Zach's quest for revenge by creating the online deception becomes a big confused knot that isn't working out like he planned, leading to unexpected outcomes.
  • Away

    by William M Grigg
    A 14-year-old boy who regards himself as the dumb member of a family of business and political achievers runs from home in a stolen run-about, fakes his own death and thinks he's clear. But a Manson-type gang seizes him and so begin a series of bizarre experiences. He escapes again, accidentally killing the gang leader. Eventually he finds joy working on a square-sailed duplicate of a Coast Guard pursuit ship now carrying vacationers. When he saves the life of a fellow crew member, the publi... more
  • In His Eyes

    by Stephenia H. McGee
    Her heart sought shelter. Her soul found home. Ella Whitaker rescues a newborn from the dying arms of a woman of ill repute and at long last she has someone to love. In need of a wet nurse, she arrives at Belmont Plantation just as Federal soldiers demand to speak to the owner. Thinking quickly, Ella masquerades as a Yankee officer's widow in order to have a roof over her head and a home for the child. Major Westley Remington has dedicated his life to serving his country. The Civil War ha... more
  • Catching Infinity

    by Jacqueline Koay
    A 75,000-word novel about Alice who emerged from her childhood adventures Through The Looking Glass as a dark and damaged twenty-year-old postgraduate student at Oxford University who could manipulate world events using the mathematics she learned as a child in Wonderland. Deprived of a natural childhood Alice had no conscience. In her quest to become a human being she selected the gorgeous (but married) Cape Town University Physics Professor, PW Vanderleyden, to enable her to experience the ... more
  • The Transmigrant

    by Kristi Saare Duarte

    The year is AD 8. In the backwaters of Galilee, the twelve-year-old carpenter Yeshua nourishes an impossible dream—to become a rabbi. When a Buddhist pilgrim tells him about a country called Sindh where anyone can be a monk, Yeshua’s hope is kindled. He joins a camel caravan and sets off on a thousand-mile journey on the Silk Road into the unknown. Guided by the words of the Buddha and Krishna, but crippled by a stubborn reluctance to obey rules, Yeshua stumbles from temple to tem... more

  • Red White & Coup

    by John M. Busher
    Red White and Coup tells the story of “Russia's Next Puppet Regime” Russia's first mass market reality game show. Vladimir Vladimir, the President of the Russian Federation personally “recruits” the President of the United States, a reality game show star, to host the show where billions of viewers fervently watch and vote for contestants who battle each other in feats of tyranny, sabotage and subterfuge, to become the next leader Russia secretly installs, through a coup, election fraud or other... more
  • Sleeping Moose Saga

    by Atwood Cutting
    SLEEPING MOOSE SAGA Part One: "Where the Moose Slept"- A flower child from Hawaii and a soldier from Vietnam meet in Alaska in the 1970's, and homestead on a remote mountain. Although initially they have the full support of a pair of "salt of the earth" cowboys, after the old timers depart, the newlyweds must face the difficulties of weather, transportation, and a cluster of anarchistic neighbors, on their own. Part Two: "The Winter of '79"- Journal entries and letters from the isolated, cab... more
  • The Academic Papers UK

    by Albert Barkley
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  • Seven Years Gone: Undefinable

    by Liz Iavorschi-Braun
    Book two of the Seven Years Gone series ~Undefinable Release date: June 15, 2017
  • Seven Years Gone: Undesirable

    by Liz Iavorschi-Braun
    Five generations after world leaders engineer a virus to decimate the population and keep it under control, life continues as normal for those living in The Society. They are divided into classes and go about their lives because it is all they know. The genetically fortunate become rulers, while those labeled undesirable are never seen again. Torn between her obligation to The Society that she was raised in and a desire to choose her own fate, Ginger takes a chance and risks it all to cross a va... more
  • Phoenix Fly: Poetry of Self-Liberation

    by Magdalene Banks
    The legend of the Phoenix is molded deep into mankind's history. While it may seem like a child's fairy tale creature, the Phoenix represents much more to peoples who have triumphed their adversaries and pain. To rise above their own ashes, and ascend into the sky. This is the poetry of, an alive and breathing Phoenix. From my inner healing, to yours.