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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • City of Illusions

    by Judith Works
    After seven years of a childless marriage Laura needs a change of scene. She finds a one-year assignment with the United Nations in Rome and talks her husband, Jake, into taking a year off from his job and head for the Eternal City. She expects the new location to reset their marriage into a more fulfilling relationship. But her marital problems, muted in cool Seattle, become magnified in the glare of the Roman sun. Her quest for happiness amid the food, wine and ruins in the ancient city of ech... more
  • The Gift: Book 3

    by Jeff Resnick
    The Gift is a seven-book musical journey through Time and Space! Experience a Musician's life performing on stage, interacting with a tantalizing menagerie of musicians, gangsters, travelers, lovers, and spirits. You’ll be challenged to decide what is real and what is imagined, and to wonder whether it even matters. Above all else, The Gift is a tender love story about two musicians who are destined to be together, despite the separations they must endure. In this Age of Mysticism, The Gift stan... more
  • The Gift: Book 2

    by Jeff Resnick
    The Gift is a seven-book musical journey through Time and Space! Experience a Musician's life performing on stage, interacting with a tantalizing menagerie of musicians, gangsters, travelers, lovers, and spirits. You’ll be challenged to decide what is real and what is imagined, and to wonder whether it even matters. Above all else, The Gift is a tender love story about two musicians who are destined to be together, despite the separations they must endure. In this Age of Mysticism, The Gift stan... more
  • The Amida Tree

    by Bonnie Ferrante
    Gordon Korman on The Amida Tree “…This piece works so well… There’s beauty in the simplicity of its telling, and the communication between the woman and the tree is hauntingly believable.” The Amida Tree is this generation's tree. It will appeal to parents interested in a sustainable environment, healthy emotional bonds, and a balanced life. Discussion questions included. Suitable for all ages.
  • Curly Top

    by Michelle Nelson

    Those beautiful, bouncy curls will not relax! They are always bouncing around and getting in her way. What will she do with those tangled curls? Will she learn to like them or will she convince her Nana to get rid of them once and for all? Come visit with Curly and Nana and see what happens.

  • Anchor's Aweigh: Voyage To What I Chose To Become

    by Albert Schriber
    In 1968, Joseph is concerned he will be selected in the draft lottery and sent to Army boot camp like his brother-in-law. He left home at the early age of fifteen years old to escape a troubled family life, drug addicted mother and an abusive alcoholic stepfather. Before his break away, Joseph and his mother lived for several years moving to different locations for safety. Joseph's living conditions contributed to his dislike of learning, thereby he dropped out of high school and decided to join... more
  • The Gift: Book 1

    by Jeff Resnick

    The Gift is a seven-book musical journey through Time and Space! Experience a Musician's life performing on stage, interacting with a tantalizing menagerie of musicians, gangsters, travelers, lovers, and spirits. You’ll be challenged to decide what is real and what is imagined, and to wonder whether it even matters. Above all else, The Gift is a tender love story about two musicians who are destined to be together, despite the separations they must endure. In this Age of Mysticism, ... more

  • Mistake, Wisconsin

    by Kersti Niebruegge

    Twenty-four musky-shaped mailboxes are missing in the small town of Mistake, Wisconsin. One crooked politician blames the local teenagers, but sophomore Megan Svenson smells something fishy—and it's not just her job at Brabender's Bait, where she runs into three out-of-towners visiting for musky fishing Opening Day. The sheriff is hot on the trail of the mailbox thieves, but Megan suspects she’s the only one who can exonerate her classmates. With a little creative thinking... more

  • The Man, the Myth, the Legend

    by Chris Orcutt
    Chris Orcutt has riveted and delighted readers with his critically acclaimed Dakota Stevens Mystery Series. Now in his new short story collection, The Man, The Myth, The Legend, Orcutt applies his artistry and fertile imagination to the perfect genre for busy readers of ebooks—short fiction. A collection of entertaining and unique stories about 10 men, The Man, The Myth, The Legend explores the idea that while men may come from very different walks of life, at root they are more alike than th... more
  • Armor of Glass: A Novel

    by R.M.A. Spears

    Aboard a Dallas commuter train, a Marine battles his memories, his loves, and his life as he continues to search for the woman he lost four times, despite attending her funeral.

    Growing up in the Midwest and weaned on the TV-glow of the Vietnam War, Brick is driven to join the military. His churchy high school girlfriend, Cameo, follows in his footsteps towards the Air Force Academy. Her vow to remain chaste until graduation is robbed by the medical technician conducting her physical. B... more

  • Earth: A novel

    by Caroline Allen

     In rural Missouri in the 1970s, thirteen-year-old Pearl Swinton has just had her first mystical vision. There is no place for Pearl’s “gift” in the bloody reality of subsistence farming and rural poverty. As her visions unfold, she must find her way in a family and a community that react with fear and violence. When Pearl discovers that her Aunt Nadine, the family shame, has a similar gift, she bicycles across the state to find her. That trip unexpectedly throws Pearl ... more

  • It Happened in Boston? by Russell H. Greenan

    by Robert Fass
    Originally published in 1968 to critical acclaim, Russell H. Greenan’s brilliant, audacious mystery novel 'It Happened in Boston?' quickly became an underground sensation and has emerged over forty years later as a genuine cult classic. In this breathtakingly imaginative book—now appearing in audio for the first time—we enter the mind of an unnamed artist of prodigious talent and intelligence who is determined to correct the world’s wrongs via a direct confrontation with the Almighty, no matter ... more
  • The Time Hunters (The Time Hunters Saga Book 1)

    by Carl Ashmore
    Becky is a typical thirteen year old girl. She likes Facebook, gossiping and plenty of sleep. So when she and her brother, Joe, are invited to stay with their 'loony' Uncle Percy at his stately home, she thinks it’ll be the worst summer ever. What she doesn't realise is that Bowen Hall is also home to a baby Triceratops, two Sabre-tooth tigers and the mythic hero, Will Scarlet... 'The Time Hunters' is a thrilling adventure that takes Becky, Joe, Uncle Percy and Will on a quest through time t... more
  • Cracked! A Magic iPhone Story

    by Janine A. Southard
    What can your phone do for you? This is the story of a girl and her iPhone. No, that’s not quite right. This is the story of a middle-aged statistician and her best friend. Though she didn’t consider herself middle-aged. And the best friend was more of a roommate-with-whom-she’d-developed-a-friendship. And this description completely ignores the 6,000-year-old elf with whom the woman and her best friend enjoyed story gaming. So let’s try this again. This is the story of a woman who wish... more
  • Water Lessons

    by Chadwick Wall
    Ignoring his father’s warning, Jim Scoresby rides out Hurricane Katrina in his grandfather’s house in New Orleans. Soon rising waters strand Jim and his aging friend, Freddy Beasley. As they wait for rescue, Jim wishes his own father would believe in him the way Freddy does. A fierce argument followed by a gut-wrenching discovery send Jim north to rebuild his life and to prove his father wrong. From New Hampshire, to Boston’s historic neighborhoods, to Maine and Cape Cod, Jim throws himself into... more
  • Errand Runner

    by Steven Berg
    It is 1972 when Step Bronstad, a twenty-one-year-old from a Pacific Northwest logging town, finds himself in the throes of a country at war with North Vietnam. After he makes the decision to enlist in the Marines, Step has no idea his life is about to take a different and sudden turn. When Step is suddenly pulled out of a military health examination and into a meeting in a stark back room, he is confronted by two CIA officers who seem to know entirely too much about his criminal past. Leaving St... more

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