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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • One Million Bananas

    by thomas cipullo
    ONE MILLION BANANAS is one man's quest to find his lost daughter and one daughter's quest to find her lost brother and that brother's quest to find his mom who went looking for the family dog. But to be honest, ONE MILLION BANANAS is literally one million bananas. That is, the word 'banana' repeated one million times. That other stuff about the family and the dog is just a rumor.
  • Making It Home

    by Suzanne Roche
    It all begins when nine-year old, Max, finds a relic in an antique store that magically transports him, along with his brother and stepsister into the past. Suddenly, it’s the turn of the twentieth century and Max, Peri, and Henry quickly realize they’re not alone. In fact, they’re among the hundreds of people arriving at the new Ellis Island station in New York City, hoping to immigrate to America. Once there, the quest begins. As they come to the aid of famous and ordinary people, the ch... more
  • Pinnacle Lust

    by Michelle Dim-St. Pierre

    LEIGH watches paramedics push the stretcher to the ambulance as she remembers the day she discovered that the man who raised her was not her biological father.  It was on her eighteenth birthday that her mother, SHARON LAPIDOT, shared her journals with her, confessing her darkest secret.

    Sharon reveals her life as a beautiful, young nurse working in a religious hospital in Tel-Aviv, Israel, during Operation Desert Storm. Sharon experiences the gaps and links between secular ... more

  • Amarantos--One That Never Withers

    by L. Sterling Requate
    She awoke in the library of an old English manor, amnesiac to the present, yet with memories of a distant past. Unraveling a skein of memories will take her back to an age of darkness, where a loved one's quest for immortality turns into the betrayal of another, with murderous results. Vengeance belies justice and it is up to a young thief taker named Jean-Claude Lamont to keep her on course and away from the hangman's noose. Together, they must end the madness that befalls them. That was then,... more
  • Wai-nani: A Voice from Old Hawai'i

    by Linda Ballou
    Even though born into the royal class, Wai-nani rails against harsh penalties meted out by priests and ruling chiefs invested with the power of gods. Her rebellion takes her on a journey that puts her squarely into the eye of a political storm. She meets Makaha, inspired by Kamehameha the Great, an inward thinking youthful warrior who is prophesied to unite the Hawaiian Islands. This is the beginning of a tumultuous forty-year love affair. Makaha accepts the challenge to end years of tribal w... more
  • Ransom for Albatross

    by L. Sterling Requate

    The poppy has destroyed Jean-Claude's life. Its baited lure of deception, addiction, and now murder, has found him alone and embittered. To avenge those he has lost, Jean-Claude will find himself fighting for his own life, and then fighting for the chance to begin again--for mired in an emotional web of self-doubt and reprieve, is a haunting memory--a memory of Rochelle: a girl who imprinted on his heart when he was just a lad. When fate calls him to aid in her plight, a beacon of ho... more

  • An Untitled Lady: A Novel of Peterloo

    by Nicky Penttila
    A young woman struggles to reconcile a tragic past and an uncertain future in a city on the brink of revolt. A novel of Peterloo 1819.
  • The Baby Sea Turtle

    by S. A. Mahan

    Finalist: 2015 Colorado Book Award - Children's Fiction. The Baby Sea Turtle is scared, lost, and needs help! Is anybody kind enough to help him? A great young children's book with wonderful illustrations. A perfect young reader or bedtime story book.

  • Mice & Spiders & Webs...Oh My!

    by Sherrill S. Cannon
    Mice & Spiders & Webs…Oh My! illustrates the importance of being a good listener. It also is a cute introduction to basic computer terms. Rosemary is worried about returning to school, after her teacher has warned the class that they would soon have some mice, spiders and webs in the classroom. Could Rosemary have misunderstood something?
  • Troubles in the Colony

    by Dave Roe
    A collection of stories that circulate around Leonard Livingstone, the reluctant proprietor of a detoxification spa in Logy Bay, Newfoundland. With the help of his enterprising son, Bud, and friend Colette, he hosts a group Germans—a water cult—unaware there is an international group out to harm his guests.
  • Mother Gaia

    by Ricky Baxter
    4.54 billion years the earth has existed – forming life that has continued to grow and adapt. Of all the species that have evolved, mankind has exceeded the most, from the discovery of fire, to the Internet and advanced machinery. Unfortunately, the hearts of men have changed for the worse, due to greed, corruption and manipulative warfare. As such, the wrath of the earth has been stirred, and its creator Mother Gaia takes it upon herself to end the human race. Bearing the appearance of a beauti... more
  • Insanity by Increments

    by Alaric Cabiling

    Insanity By Increments, a collection of short stories, examines the darker side of the human condition with characters that reveal humanity in the midst of distress. Author Alaric Cabiling has one of the most distinct authorial voices in literature today, putting his penchant for subtlety and persuasive language on display in his debut work of fiction.

    Two brothers test fate. A father mourns the loss of his child. An old abandoned home is the scene of a final journey into the p... more

  • The Clay Remembers: Book 1 in the Clay Series

    by Sharon K. Miller
    In the Arizona desert, hiding from her abusive husband, Anna Robinson sifts through layers of the past, bringing lost objects to the light of day, while preferring that her own past stays below ground. Voices of the past guide Anna in her quest to restore balance to the present—to find her place in a tradition she can see and hear, and happiness with a man whose past is as haunted as her own.
  • ISIS: Quiet Justice

    by Barry Kelly
    ISIS is here! Jack Brandon is back in the nick of time! Follow Jack and his growing team as they join with the CIA to take down ISIS terrorists in Jacksonville, Florida; Minneapolis; Charleston, South Carolina; and on the terrorists' own turf in Fallujah. This latest adventure in the Jack Brandon series pits Jack's wits against those of a terrorist known as The Fist of Islam, who has been converting U.S. citizens into warriors for Islam. Can Jack's knowledge, planning, and execution skills save... more
  • Southern Passage

    by Jim Yonker
    In his rite of passage in the summer of 1966, naïve, white eighteen-year-old Buster Gaines from St. Louis discovers the thrills found in being free to make his own decisions when he leaves home with the railroad to earn money for college, but he soon innocently discovers the dark side of 1960s southern reality and his life takes a surreal turn when he gets caught up in the unforgiving, punishing code of the Jim Crow South.
  • An Island Lost

    by C.A. Larmer
    When Vilia Lea’s estranged mother dies she leaves her an intriguing inheritance—a remote island on the tip of Papua New Guinea, and a series of tantalizing clues to the disappearance of her father 30 years ago. Thus begins an enthralling family mystery that sweeps Vilia from the streets of Manhattan to the wilds of the Pacific. Along the journey she discovers what true love and family really mean.