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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • A Favorite Son

    by Uvi Poznansky

    This story is a present-day twist on the biblical story of Jacob and his mother Rebecca plotting together against the elderly father Isaac, who is lying on his deathbed, in order to get their hands on the inheritance, and on the power in the family. This is no old fairy tale. Its power is here and now, in each one of us. 
    Listening to Yankle telling his take on events, we understand the bitter rivalry between him and his brother. We become intimately engaged with every detail of the... more

  • Apart From Love

    by Uvi Poznansky

    Secrets, passion, betrayal...

    Coming back to his childhood home after years of absence, Ben is unprepared for the secret, which is now revealed to him: his mother, Natasha, who used to be a brilliant pianist, is losing herself to early-onset Alzheimer's, which turns the way her mind works into a riddle. His father has remarried, and his new wife, Anita, looks remarkably similar to Natasha--only much younger. In this state of being isolated, being apart from lov... more

  • At Odds with Destiny

    by Uvi Poznansky

    Each one of the novels in this boxed set is outside the box. Open it at your own risk!

    Bestselling, critically acclaimed, and notoriously creative authors from across the book continuum join forces to bring you At Odds with Destiny, everything you've wanted in a boxed set but thought you'd never find: full-length novels brimming with myth, fantasy, mystery, history, romance, drama, originality, heroism, and suspense. Finding themselves at odd... more

  • Pioneers

    by Tim Griffin
    Christopher Hamilton just graduated college, saddled with debt and about to embark on the prescribed post-graduate journey into corporate America. While this may be the stagnant plan of his generation, he couldn’t help but feel lost. Christopher is filled with grandiose ideas about life and what it should be, about morning hikes cascading the Rockies or plunging deep into the frigid waters in the Alaskan wilderness. While his friends move on scattered in cities across America, Christopher feels ... more
  • Fireworks

    by Sarah Houssayni
    Fireworks tells the story of two women thrown into the Hezbollah Israel war of 2006. Angie is a thirty year old nurse from Kansas, in Beirut for the summer to get away from a broken heart. Zahra is a sixteen year old Shiite, on summer break and in love for the first time. Through terror, loss, grief, self-forgiveness and the workings of a local doctor, the two women move from despair to grace and to the long-awaited shore.
  • Bell of the Desert

    by Alan Gold
    A grand historical novel about Gertrude Bell, one of the most influential women of the twentieth century. She was the most celebrated adventurer of her day, the brains behind Lawrence of Arabia, an adviser to kings and desert sheikhs, and the British government’s secret weapon in WWI in the campaign against the Turks. A brilliant academic, mountaineer, explorer, linguist, politician, and towering literary figure, Gertrude Bell is the most significant unsung heroine of the twentieth century. ... more
  • The Congress of Vienna and Its Legacy: War and Great Power Diplomacy After Napoleon

    by Mark Jarrett
    In his comprehensive and captivating new book, The Congress of Vienna and its Legacy: War and Great Power Diplomacy after Napoleon, Dr. Jarrett thoroughly explores this watershed event in world history and the subsequent “Congress System.” In a convenient single volume being praised as “the book on the time period” and an “essential read,” Dr. Jarrett provides a comprehensive and up-to-date treatment of the diplomacy of the entire “Congress Era” based on original research. His engaging narrative... more
  • Songs of a Crooked River

    by Ajit Singh
    Described by an edit reviewer of a major site as rhythmic with a natural flow ,poetic and with a spiritual feel. A very readable racy ,humorous , deeply and originally philosophical ,exploring relationships between people, romantic,adult attached to nature and a wish to give back to nature and life. A boy who runs away from home , a poacher of turtles,an old man wishing answers from god before he dies ,a commodity trader who has lost her daughter ,a rich reclusive philosopher ,his beautiful... more
  • Gypsy Movements

    by Jud Nirenberg
    After the fall of communism, the Roma (Gypsies), Europe’s largest and poorest ethnic minority group began a civil rights movement. An American from small-town New England, Jud Nirenberg became one of the Romani movement’s key personalities, working for a fledgling Romani political party, running billionaire George Soros’ charitable support of the movement and working as the right hand to each of the movement’s most charismatic figures as they rose up, taking one another’s places in the dawn of E... more
  • Countless Blessings

    by Vanessa Davis Griggs
    "Countless Blessings" begins on December 18, 2014, the day Princess Rose Taylor, daughter of Johnnie Mae (Taylor) Landris and the stepdaughter of Pastor George Landris, turns sixteen years old. There are big plans scheduled for this sweet sixteen celebration. So how can one of the best days of her life so quickly turn into one of the worst days of sixteen-year-old Princess Rose's life? Family is and always have been important. Still, Johnnie Mae Landris finds that during a time when the fa... more
  • Makena's Shadow

    by Monica KK Lee
    Everything in Gabriel Kane Foster's life is shady: his family's move from California to Hawaii immediately after his sister dies, his parent's strange relationship with the relatives, and the fact that his deranged Mother is constantly carrying his sister around in a bottle. And then there are the secrets. So many family secrets. Can Gabe stay strong while adjusting to his new life without Makena?
  • Lily, the Brave

    by Katherine Hodges
    Lily has a soft spot for helping people, but is it really worth the risk? Her life was already hard enough after the accident. How can she possibly deal with being a superhero too? Seventeen year old Lily Harrison is given an incredible gift. She doesn’t really want it, but she’s stuck with it. Lily’s best friend convinces her it can be used for the good of mankind, but it only seems to bring her trouble and put everyone around her in danger. Using her gift would force her out of her comfort zon... more
  • Miss Muffet & Bitsy

    by Muffet Frische
    Miss Muffet and Bitsy is a new picture book series in which Little Miss Muffet and the Itsy Bitsy Spider meet. In the lighthearted introductory book, Miss Muffet is terrified of spiders. It is Miss Muffet’s birthday, and her mother has invited all her friends and her new neighbor to her party. But what will happen when a spider knocks on the door? Will this be the worst birthday party ever?
  • Moon Tears

    by M. M. Frische
    1941. War. It's coming. It takes your father. It takes your mother. Life will never be the same. Not for Lou Davis. When fog requires Japanese dignitaries to reroute their flight from San Francisco to Claret Lake, fourteen-year-old Lou becomes suspicious about the direction of the war. Two weeks later her dreams of becoming a pilot are ripped away when Pearl Harbor is attacked and an error in the 1940 census results in every male over eighteen being drafted and all the women being forced to ... more
  • The Telescope Travelers Escape the Black Hole

    by Peter A. Oppenheim
    Zack and Taylor are at it again! Join them as they travel the galaxy with an amazing telescope that transports them to the object they're viewing. But alien life and a black hole, one of the most powerful forces in the Universe, threaten to take it all away. Can they escape and still be home in time for dinner?
  • Oskar & Klaus Present The Search for Bigfoot

    by Travis Bossard

    Oskar & Klaus, a feline odd couple, have shared their irresistible antics online with millions of people. Oskar, blind since birth, seeks out new adventures at every turn, while Klaus prefers to play it safe by lounging around the house. In their first illustrated tale, Oskar & Klaus go on a camping trip in the majestic Pacific Northwest. After a fur-raising campfire story, Oskar leads a reluctant Klaus on an unforgettable quest: The Search for Bigfoot! Along the brave journey deep into the n... more