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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Interruption of the Cocktail Hour

    by Arthur Cotton Moore

    Unexpected power yields some absurdly catastrophic results in Arthur Cotton Moore’s wildly entertaining new novel, Interruption of the Cocktail Hour. Painting is the lifeblood of the aristocratic A. Pierpont Preston, despite the fact that recognition has eluded him. Ravaged by critics, without hope of sales, commissions, or a gallery show, Pete takes his new inheritance and his reluctant wife to Scapoosa County, Maryland, in search of artistic rejuvenation and a new beginning. After mee... more

  • Sweet Muse of Madness: Book One in the Song of Greece Series

    by Anthony Giarmo
    In the novel, Sweet Muse of Madness, we experience the dramatic interaction between those who seek truth in Nature, and those who find consolation in a God of Judgment. We journey back five thousand years to pre-bronze age Greece, where the People of the Plain of Thessaly worship an Earth Mother personified by a God-Queen and God-King of the inviolate Sacred Grove. Into this small farming community comes a merchant-priest and his young male acolyte from the land of Sumer across the World Sea.... more
  • White Chalk

    by P.K. Tyler

    Chelle isn’t a typical 13-year-old girl—she doesn’t laugh with friends, play sports, or hang out at the mall after school. Instead, she navigates a world well beyond her years. Life in Dawson, ND spins on as she grasps at people, pleading for someone to save her—to return her to the simple childhood of unicorns on her bedroom wall and stories on her father’s knee. When Troy Christiansen walks into her life, Chelle is desperate to believe his arrival will be her s... more

  • Van Diemen at 17

    by Jeania Kimbrough
    A troubled teenage exchange student falls in love with the counselor who's meant to set her back on track. American seventeen-year-old Kara Jagger had the best intentions for a year-long high school exchange in the land of "Aus." She didn’t think she’d be as unhappy and lonely as she finds herself a couple of months into the experience. She’s battling culture shock and the onset of a secret eating disorder, and is upset mostly with herself for not trying harder to fit in. Kara’s exchange progr... more
  • You're Not Here by Accident!

    by Nicole Mangum
    You're Not Here by Accident is a great children's story about predestination. Love wanted you to be here.
  • Another Vanishing Act: A Novel

    by Pat Russo

    Another Vanishing Act is a humorous look at how one man's trouble plays out in a senior living community amid a mature cast of oddballs. And it shows that even your grandparents can be both funny and surprising.

     

  • Uncharted Inheritance

    by Keely Brooke Keith
    From the author of The Land Uncharted and Uncharted Redemption comes the third book in the Uncharted series, Uncharted Inheritance. Written like a historical, set like a scifi, and filled with romance, Uncharted Inheritance concludes this suspenseful story of life in a hidden land. Bethany Colburn finally turns eighteen and Everett Foster is about to confess his love for her. When a new man arrives in the village of Good Springs, he brings charm Bethany has never encountered and illness the L... more
  • Earth's Imagined Corners (The Round Earth Series Book 1)

    by Tamara Linse
    In 1885 Iowa, Sara Moore is a dutiful daughter, but when her father tries to force her to marry his younger partner, she must choose between the partner—a man who treats her like property—and James Youngblood—a kind man she hardly knows who has a troubled past. When she confronts her father, he beats her and turns her out of the house, breaking all ties, so she decides to elope with James to Kansas City with hardly a penny to their names. In the tradition of Willa Cather’s O Pioneers! and Zora N... more
  • Already Gone: A Passage to the Other Side and Back

    by John Fluent

    Marcus Reno didn't believe in a life after death. That's all just nonsense as far as he was concerned.   Such a shame too as he has been reincarnated a total of 187 times. But Marcus didn't believe in reincarnation. “That’s just New Age crap,” he often said. Besides, he certainly didn't want to suffer to pay back all the bad karma he had accumulated in life. A gambler and a hustler at heart, he lived by the notion that anything worth gambling on was... more

  • Principles of Navigation (The New Rivers Press Electronic Book Series 1)

    by Peter W. Fong

    “Peter Fong’s novel of trouble in paradise is vivid, deft, and absorbing from the get-go. The bluest water has its sharks, and Fong knows where they lurk.” —Deirdre McNamer, author of Red Rover, My Russian, One Sweet Quarrel, and Rima in the Weeds

    “A tense and gripping romance simmering in a South Florida pressure cooker of infertility, infidelity, burned out fishing guides, faded football players, and the unsavory back paddocks of for-pro... more

  • 978-1458216588

    by Jeff Russell
    It is 1938 in Baltimore, Maryland. The worst of the Depression is over, a troubled Europe is an ocean away, and all races seem to know their place. But on Thanksgiving Day, a violent assault brings two very different people together and changes each of their lives forever. Juliana Corbeau lives in the city's most prestigious neighborhood, attends private school, and is a near-perfect example of blue-blood upbringing. But when she makes the mistake of taking a walk through Wyman Park at dusk and ... more
  • The Last American President

    by Richard Engle
    Alan Cassell was a young man driven to success. Politically connected persons, first local, then national, used his drive and talent to garner wins at the ballot box. Fortuitous events, some humorous, some romantic, others tragic, and still others manipulated at the highest levels of international intrigue were foundational to his rise to power. The Last American President is a cautionary tale of what may happen in the near future. Even as it presents a story of the dissolution of the United... more
  • The Cellar

    by Melissa Alina Strouse
    After her parents died & her grandparents went missing, Helen Chambers, a descendant of the Burrow's family line, discovers at the age of 24, that she was born into a specially abled type of family that is able to time travel in the past, amongst possessing many other unusual gifts. As if that knowledge wasn't enough to stun the young prosecutor, or anyone else for that matter, she learns that her family line isn’t the only one that possesses unique gifts either. While trying to adjust to this n... more
  • By What is Sure to Follow

    by Donald N. Burton

    Combat PTSD and Society Painfully Collide When the Demons Fight Back

    Ex-Marine Force Recon Luke Sims is a veteran of two wars: Vietnam and the one inside his head. He's spent the last fourteen years attending self-help group sessions at a local Veterans' Center to help him be normal, to cope with the memories and trauma of his tour of duty. On the outside he seems fine. But looks can deceive and it's not long before Luke goes to war with his incredible skill... more

  • Omari and the People

    by Stephen Whitfield
    In an ancient time, a people made homeless by a devastating fire are led across a treacherous desert by a thrill-seeking thief, to a land he doesn't believe exists - and he started the fire.

    In a squalid ancient city on the edge of a desert (based on descriptions of the African Sahara’s Empty Quarter,) a weary, thrill-seeking thief named Omari sets his home on fire to start anew and cover his many crimes. When the entire city is unintentionally destroyed by the flames, the cornered thief t... more

  • LONG AGO AND FAR AWAY

    by Robert Joseph
    An intelligent, sensitive and resourceful 15 year old boy learns about life and love while trying to understand the confusing -- and sometimes tumultuous -- behavior of the adults and peers around him while spending the summer at a lake resort in Pennsylvania's Pocono mountains with his beautiful and tempestuous aunt, who is the leading soprano at a tent theater opera company in 1944 during the last days of World War ll.

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