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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Edward The Magnificent

    by Jimmy Wilson
    Edward the Magnificent is a red-headed, freckle-faced inventor of sorts. He likes to cry a lot, build and create magnificent stuff, but he is still a weird, backwards kid. Shy and does not like his photograph taken. When the time comes he rises to the Expectations of his powerful imagination. 143RROW 15SEAT 6 EVENT Washington Nationals at Atlanta Braves Tickets Sunday August 21, 2016 at 1:35p.m. Turner Field Atlanta Braves Regular Season TRANSACTION DETAILS Name:Holly Wilson Payme... more
  • A Shadow Life

    by Leta McCurry
    Run, Laney, run. That’s what Mama said she should do if something really bad happened. Well, what just happened is worse than Mama could have imagined. Now Laney, terrified, covered in blood and alone, is on the run from the law. Laney finds a way to hide in plain sight and builds a safe and near-perfect new life. Safe and near- perfect, that is, until three people from the past show up looking for revenge, redemption and love.
  • Billionaires and Bagmen: What Happens When a Small Town Takes Them on

    by Ray Bourhis

    Are you fed up with politics, payoffs, corporate mega-profits at a cost to taxpayers, immunization of white collar crime, bribes and favors guiding the decisions made by our elected officials? Have you had ENOUGH of politics? There is only one way to fix it – rewrite the rules. It can be done!

    Midwest Book Review “Highly Recommended”

    Billionaires and Bagmen: What Happens When A Small Town Takes Them On, offers a surprising solution to the question many people are... more

  • Don't Go, Ramanya

    by Rush Leaming
    Ramanya, a former rebel soldier from Burma (Myanmar), now lives as a Buddhist monk in Thailand. One morning, a strange man appears at Ramanya’s temple and says that his family, which Ramanya had long thought dead, is actually alive and in hiding back in Burma. Is it true? Or just a trick by the ruling junta to lure him back and execute him for war crimes? A hostage crisis in downtown Bangkok rockets up tension between the two countries. Armies mobilize and head to the border. Ramanya and ... more
  • Fred and Fiona: Fuzzy Blue Monsters with Finicky Fur

    by Renu, Natasha, and Serena Mansukhani
    Does cleaning your room sound like fun? Probably not, unless... Fred and Fiona are doing the cleaning! In this introductory book, authors Renu Mansukhani and her daughters, Natasha and Serena, introduce readers to twin, friendly, fuzzy monsters with well...finicky fur! What does that mean? They have more fur than they can handle. Find out what happens when they turn their fur trouble into trouble for Mommy. Written with innocent, throwback humor, and hilariously illustrated by David Kcenic... more
  • Tucker the Tricky Green Tractor

    by Lynn Darby

    A rusted old tractor left out in the field gets a new life. Read along as he meets the new owners of the farm and does tricks with them.  Book comes with a 2 sided magnet of Tucker, before and after, along with a tractor charm* on a satin ribbon attached as a book mark. See Book Review of Tucker the Tricky Green Tractor by Stacie Thies here:

  • Class of '59 (American Journey Book 4)

    by John A. Heldt
    When Mary Beth McIntire settles into a vacation house on June 2, 2017, she anticipates a quiet morning with coffee. Then she hears a noise, peers out a window, and spots a man in 1950s attire standing in the backyard. She panics when the trespasser sees her and enters the house though a door to the basement. She questions her sanity when she cannot find him. In the same house on March 21, 1959, Mark Ryan finds a letter. Written by the mansion’s original owner in 1900, the letter describes a ... more
  • Artist Girl's Cambridge Daze

    by Judy Pokras
    Artist Girl's Cambridge Daze is a stream of consciousness novel about a young woman living in Cambridge, Massachusetts and trying to find her way as an artist, in career and in love. It features drawings by the author.
  • George Abides

    by Hugh Johnson
    George Blair, a risk management professional is risk averse to marriage. Liking female company, he picks up ladies for luncheon or dinner as one-time companions. No follow ups. this continues until an encounter with Darby Scott. She is his equal. One dinner and Nevermore. A conflict for George.
  • A Birthday Story

    by Lana Jean Mitchell
    It's 3 days before the big event and 7 year old African-American, Kyeshia (Ki-e-sha), is planning a special birthday party. With the help of her family, she is holding her 8th birthday party at school, and is inviting all of her classmates in her 3rd grade class, and all readers. Her excitement is contagious.
  • George Abides

    by Hugh Johnson
  • Imagine a Sunset

    by Joel Shulkin
    Sunsets are no fun when it's to foggy to see, but with a little imagination, and a lot of love, anything can happen. Vivid illustrations and gentle rhymes combine to create a soothing read-along that parents and children will want to read again and again.
  • The President's Butler

    by Laurence Leamer
    Just in time for the election, The President’s Butler will make you laugh out loud about politics. You’ll join Vincent V. Victor on the most wildly improbable journey of our time. The flamboyant New Yorker evolves from the most hated businessman in America to a populist hero. When Victor falls on financial hard times, he decides to run for president and sets off on a campaign that changes America forever.And who’s there to tell the story but the man who knows Victor best, his butler Billy Baxter... more