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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Secret Sins of Their Preachers

    by Peggy Savage Baumgardner
    The Secret Sins of Their Preachers' keeps readers on the edges of their seats with an intricate narrative of interwoven deceit, death and crime.

    Edward and Donald Briceson are identical twins, but they could not be more different. Edward excelled in school and was very popular. Donald barely passed and had to live in Edward's shadow.

    Edward receives a scholarship to the same college that Charles Briceson, his father, also graduated from. He then becomes a very influential minister f... more

  • Access to Capital

    by Gary Hobbs
    Luke Boyd has started a new mortgage banking firm as the local economy falters from declining oil prices and the capping of fracked wells. As the Reagan administration consolidates the financial industry, Luke's primary lender targets his company for a takeover. In the midst of a multi-year divorce and a long-term secret relationship, Luke fights to keep his company independent. The high-stakes world of finance and the changing roles of women in the 1980's are the backdrop to this intense look a... more
  • Grayson Springs

    by Ron Gambrell

    Ron Gambrell is a native Kentucky author. In his novel GRAYSON SPRINGS, 17-year-old Brooke is the spoiled and volatile adopted daughter of Dr. George Green, a Manhattan, NY psychiatrist. Baffled and at wits end with his daughter's claim that her rage is brought on by dreams of someone else's past, Dr. Green decides to take drastic measures. Join Brooke on her life altering journey deep into the rural hills of Central Kentucky, to a long forgotten place called GRAYSON SPRINGS. High school stud... more

  • Peace in My World

    by Syeda Mleeha Shah
    Peace in My World is a simple story told comprehensively for young children aimed to instill in them an understanding of world peace. This concept is one which is universal and important for children to grasp at an early age. The poetry contains simple language which is easy for children to enjoy, yet the repetition of the line "I am in peace from head to toe," reinforces the idea on every page.
  • Lady of the Manor

    by Adrian Heflin

    Lady of the Manor is an epic tale of misery for Richard Creek. It is the story of how his mother, Rosemary, makes life miserable for him, his family, and many citizens of Savannah. The novel takes places during the summer of 1958 in a beautiful mansion. Secrets begin to unravel for the Creek family as they continue a summer filled with rape, murder, and indiscretions. Someone must prohibit the Lady of the Manor from her continuous oppression. But, does anyone have the courage to try?

    Th... more

  • Dreams of My Mothers

    by Joel L. A. Peterson
    Based on true events, the story covers a span of more than 40 years, but is completely contemporary. At its heart, the author introduces the reader to a young, destitute peasant woman in the 1960s who is struggling to raise her illegitimate infant, the son of an American GI, in an under-developed South Korea, barely recovering from a brutal civil war. She struggles with her pain from the abandonment by her son’s father and the shame of her poverty-driven prostitution. Her infant son nearly l... more
  • Intersections

    by Keith R Wilson
    Middle-aged and obese, divorced and estranged from his children, Larry sets off across the country, ambivalently seeking restoration amid scraps of long-distance fatherhood. He encounters an amorous nursing home death cat, a serendipitous Rastafarian, a drunken Katrina refugee who just might be an incarnation of a Voodoo god, and a murderous mountaineer who teaches him how to let go. He's transformed by a series of spiritual discoveries that proffer insight about life's fundamental questions. In... more
  • Lila's Hamsa: A Novel of Love and Deception

    by Arlene Kurtis

    After a horrific accident, Lila, a young mother and teacher, is able to take on a new identity in order to hide from her manic husband. Her Jewish friend has given her a hamsa for good luck, a charm shaped like a hand, that is supposed to bring luck to the wearer in both Muslim and Jewish communities. And the charm works! Lila is taken in by a synagogue community where she finds a wondrful man to love, widowed father of one of her pupils. But her husband has not been quiet -- and his actions ... more

  • JACK just an ordinary dog in the dog house

    by Susan Tarr
    Barking mad JACK & his best pal, Lady Cat. Hilarious read for young and old! Written wholly from Jack's perspective. He was to stay with us for 4 months while his owners traveled the globe. He decided he'd write them a diary to show just how much he hated his stay at Doggies & Moggies Boarding Kennels & Cattery, New Zealand.
  • MIRANDA BAY

    by Susan Tarr
    I love Miranda! She's good! In fact she's very good. But can she successfully resurrect what she believed was a going concern? Can she turn the ramshackle old sanatorium into a profitable tourist resort in idyllic, sub-tropical, New Zealand? Or was her impulsive trip to the auction house a waste of her newly acquired inheritance? In this rollicking romantic roller coaster of a ride, we are about to find out.
  • PHENOMENA the Lost and Forgotten Children

    by Susan Tarr
    1930. At the age of six, Malcolm's mother dies, his father chooses a new life, with his new mistress, and abandons Malcolm at a New Zealand mental asylum. He knows he is different to the other children, and devises a strategy to survive.
  • The Army's Heart

    by Ashley Larsen
    Train and fight. Raelynn's love for the sword is all she has known since her mother left. Her only desire is to become captain general and lead the army as second in command. A surprisingly difficult task with her father as general. Tasked with the protection of a neighboring kingdom's princess, that dream seems closer than ever. With enemies closing in, Raelynn must choose. Her life or a foreign princess? What she has always known or learning what love is?
  • Flyboy

    by Randi Anderson
  • 9781475043150

    by Marco Manfre
    When Daniel Montello is 18 years old, because his family is overwhelmed with crushing financial problems, he begins working as an errand boy/clean-up person at the Huntington Social Club, a storefront in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn that is used by the De Luca crime family. That decision dramatically alters the trajectory of Daniel’s life and drastically affects all of those who care about him. While not a sequel to The Outcast Prophet of Bensonhurst, Returning to the Lion’s Den deals with similar t... more
  • ALMOST PERFECT

    by Diane Daniels Manning
    Two unlikely friends, a twelve year-old special boy and a seventy year-old woman come together over love of a dog and heal their troubled families.
  • The Reluctant Copilot

    by Kelly Durham
    Bob Foster is the pilot of a 10-man B-17 crew--until suddenly he isn’t anymore! In a public relations maneuver, Lt. Harmon Roberts III, son of a US Senator, takes over Foster’s crew and Foster becomes his reluctant copilot. Roberts is just what the public affairs office needs: a handsome, articulate and well-connected pilot they can publicize to counter the heavy losses being suffered by the 8th Air Force. Now Foster’s job is to help make a hero out of the man who’s just stolen his command! Befo... more

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