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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • One Day's Tale

    by Lois Barliant


    Betsy Randall, a young wife and mother, journeys with her family from their 18th Century English home across the Atlantic, bound for her late brother’s plantation in Colonial Virginia. At the end of a tragic voyage, she is unexpectedly alone in a land where Europeans, Africans, and Indians are becoming a nation. Betsy has few choices but resolves to claim her inheritance. Forging a way in this new world, she encounters the kindness and treachery of colonials; the bravery an... more


    by Randal Benjamin

    Thirteen year after he and Butch Cassidy were supposedly killed in Bolivia, The Sundance Kid is alive and living under an assumed name on an Oklahoma ranch with his wife, son and daughter. Then, with oil production on the rise in Oklahoma, a former New York gangster turned oil baron moves in with hired gunmen to force the ranchers off their land. Now Sundance must decide whether to fight the invaders, perhaps exposing his true identity, or to give in and lose his ranch and the new life he has... more

  • The Power to See

    by Jennifer Anne Davis
    From the best-selling author of The True Reign Series--Jennifer Anne Davis--comes a dark and twisted love story with characters you will fall for and others that you will want to murder in their sleep. WARNING: This isn't your average love story. The Power to See is dark, gritty, and not for the faint of heart. This book includes mature content. On the outside, twenty-two-year-old Brianna's life seems perfect and totally envy worthy. But inside, she's a twisted-up hot mess. She is sick o... more

    by kevin michael irvine
    Tight buddies since NYU, Ric and Hal dream of producing the next audience smash. But to pay the rent, they must work for Ric's megalomaniac father, Malcolm, owner of the most powerful advertising firm on Madison Avenue. Ric's long history of bumping heads with his disapproving dad comes to a boil when Malcolm cruelly fires Ric and Hal, sparking a twisted journey of personal exile and exploration neither of them could have imagined. Long held family secrets, deeply buried personal truths, and a p... more
  • Chronicles from Chateau Moines

    by Evelyne Holingue
    September 1970: Scott’s mother has recently died and his father gets the crazy idea to move his family from California to Normandy. Now Scott has to learn to live without his mom while adjusting to France. In his seventh grade class there is only Ibrahim who comes from another country. Scott doesn’t even want to play his guitar anymore. Why does his father think that life will be better so far from home? Scott has no idea that his arrival is also a challenge to Sylvie. While her best friend is ... more
  • Queen of Someday

    by Sherry Ficklin
    Before she can become the greatest empress in history, fifteen-year-old Sophia will have to survive her social-climbing mother's quest to put her on the throne of Russia - at any cost. Imperial Court holds dangers like nothing Sophia has ever faced before. In the heart of St. Petersburg, surviving means navigating the political, romantic, and religious demands of the bitter Empress Elizabeth and her handsome, but sadistic nephew, Peter. Determined to save her impoverished family - and herself... more
  • Wolves of the Northern Rift

    by Jon Messenger
    Magic is an abomination. It spread from the Rift, a great chasm hundreds of miles long that nearly split the southern continent in two. The Rift was a portal, a gateway between their world of science and the mythological world of magic. On the northern continent of Ocker, King Godwin declared that no magical monstrosity would be allowed within their borders. The Royal Inquisitors were formed to investigate reports of mystical occurrences and, should they be found, to destroy them. Inquis... more
  • Stilettos in the Sun

    by Nadel Harvey
    Stilettos in the Sun by Nadel Harvey: The Synopsis Stilettos in the Sun is the story of Roberto Davila, a young engineer-mathematician. As a boy, his Panamanian parents sent him to live with an uncle and his family in Philadelphia. He is full of trepidation, having never lived outside his hometown, Colon. He spends his days musing over happier times, writing poems and songs as a way to assuage his longing. If his accent and his handsomeness are not enough to make the boys dislike him, he i... more
  • Little Bean's Funderwear Day

    by Roni Noone
    Little Bean isn't so little anymore. Now that he can walk and talk, it's time to start using the potty! Join Little Bean as he learns and prepares for Funderwear Day with his family.
  • Forgetting the Love

    by Roxanne Comegys

    During the course of our busy lives, we often forget one simple truth. We search for satisfaction and love in all kind of places, leaving us unfulfilled. Take a journey with the characters of this book as they learn about the simple truth: we should never forget God's love. 

  • The Exact Unknown and Other Tales of Modern China

    by Isham Cook
    A foreign teacher struggles with proper whipping technique on his female student, while another gives his student a mysterious substance known as LSD. In other stories, a sex robot rapes its owner, a female professor trolls cafés minus her underwear, a store clerk softens up a stingy customer with his fist, and a foreigner comprehends all too slowly the home he is visiting is not a family but a scam. Whether it's locals colliding with foreigners or with each other on the big chessboard with ... more
  • A Safe Haven: Flower from Castile Trilogy Book Three

    by Lilian Gafni
    The years are 1494-1496. The third book concludes the exciting trilogy of Flower from Castile where Isabella continues her search for Miguel, despite the truth that he has met his death on the pirate ship. Columbus’s promise to find gold in large quantities for the Spanish crown has become elusive, sifting as sand through his fingers. The refugees from Castile’s 1492-forced exile are now faced with a new threat—Portugal has promised the Spaniard Monarchs to expel all non-Christians from their la... more
  • Monsters In My Yard

    by Cary Robinson
    Cary Robinson debuts his beautifully illustrated children’s picture book. It is perfect for first time and young readers and focuses on using the imagination. With so many distractions and diversions for young children today, learning creative and imaginative ways to think and approach situations is of vital importance. Monsters In My Yard uses simple rhyming text that flows gently and stimulates the use of brain power at an early age – the old fashioned way. Eisner Nominated Cartoonist, Bosc... more

    by Kewalnam Christ
    LilyRed is a metaphysical, metaphorical puzzle, a diverting reverie and a primal nightmare. Devoted to constructing a simulacrum of reality, intended on seducing and enlightening its readers. It’s an extravagantly abrasive novel full of grinding electro, pummeling minimalist hip-hop poetics, and industrial gear-grind. Intentionally off-putting, ranging in syntax and exploring ranges of literary, biblical, and political allusions that are major concerns in our current century. The story begins wi... more
  • Mark Banana and the Broken Bullwhip

    by Marcus MacGregor
    The little boy with the EPIC IMAGINATION is BACK! Whether Mark is pretending to be a cowboy or an adventurer, one accessory is essential: a BULLWHIP! When his mother makes him a whip out of some old, rawhide shoelaces, Mark couldn't be happier. That is, until the day he spies a REAL bullwhip at the mall. With his birthday money he buys it, little suspecting that heartbreak is soon to follow...! This sequel to Mark Banana and the New Red Cape is infused with all the charm, humor, and ten... more