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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Peace, Love, and a Dead Hippie Chick

    by N.R. Leigh
    Peace, Love, and a Dead Hippie Chick follows the intertwining journeys of three young women in the mid-1990s who go on the road and off the grid, and leave their worlds behind. Each woman falls into a dangerous subculture of sex, drugs, and rock and roll in an attempt to attain her own sense of peace, love, and freedom. KARA, a middle-class Midwestern girl, flees her painful past after a tragic accident claims a loved one, only to learn—after a violent attack—that there’s no safety among friends... more
  • Shredded: Your Past Does Not Define You

    by Kimberly Rae
    Only two people know why Jean has stayed at the church all these years, why she won't let anyone else work with the children. Only Jean knows about Sunday nights, the leftover bulletins she covers with words, then shreds as she weeps. When Grant Henderson moves into town and starts to care, will Jean succeed in pushing him away, or will he break through to discover the truth? Is love enough to set her free?
  • Never Poor: Consider the safe path, keep feet from danger. Proverbs 4:2-27 TLB (Volume 1)

    by San Dee Wright Crabtree
    In 1899, a young mother with three young children is faced with an impossible decision. Most immediately assume they would not have made the choice she made, but how do you know what you would do unless you too were faced with that terrifying situation? Enjoy these lovable characters as you imagine what choices you might have made along the way. Observing the lives of cousins Georgia and Sue and their families inspire us to consider others more compassionately.
  • The Sacred Flame

    by Nanette Littlestone
    It is the year 216 BC. Livia is a Vestal Virgin, a priestess of the goddess Vesta sworn to keep Rome safe through the obligations of duty, dedication, and chastity. In just a few months she will end her vows and marry her childhood companion. But the High Priestess’s collapse extends Livia’s duties and thrusts her into the unwanted role of leadership. As summer heat and the threat of Hannibal descend on Rome, Livia dares to fall for Gaius, a married man and equestrian commander, who has loved he... more
  • Donald Doing's House of Verbs

    by Marianna Shek
    Everybody knew Donald Doing's House of Verbs was the place to go to look for action. He had music boxes for dancing, hat boxes for sashaying and treasure chests for buccaneering. But when little Nora Noisler asks for his help, Donald has to think outside the box to come up with a solution.
  • Hands of Other Men

    by Todd Ohl
    When Jacob Tyler rides into his father’s Wyoming ranch, he’s looking for a quiet place to spend the winter. Soon enough, he’s all too sure things will end in bloodshed. His brother has opened a store to challenge the local monopoly, and the man who runs the town is not about to lose his business to some young upstart. At the same time, Tyler is recovering from a loss of his own and grappling with the realization that the law, which he has fought so long to uphold, has left him with nothing. ... more
  • The Zonderling

    by Kersti Niebruegge

    A comic novel about a Midwesterner who moves into an eccentric old-fashioned residential hotel for women in New York City.

    Like scores of career girls before her, Heather Baumhauer leaves behind small-town life in the Midwest to find adventure and an exciting job in New York City. But when her apartment plans fall through, she worries that her dream is over before she’s even tasted a real New York bagel. Enter The Zonderling, a one-hundred-year-old residence for w... more

  • Wow! My Dad's A Consultant: For Girls (Terebinth Kids Early Learners Series Book 1)

    by Sara Littleton
    “Wow! My Dad’s a Consultant” was written for consultants and road warrior businesspeople, and for their children. Ella eagerly waits for her Dad to return from his business trip. She has missed him and wonders why he travels so much. As he tucks her in that night, Dad explains that he travels to different cities to helps his clients solve cool business problems. Dad’s client has invented a glow-in-the-dark ice-cream and Dad is helping make it available to kids all over the world. Through other c... more
  • Katambora Sunset: The Third Safari Chronicle

    by Rory Johnston
    In the 1980s, an era of political turmoil sweeps over Africa, offering opportunity for those who can move with the flow—not always for the better. Among those taking advantage of shifting political alliances are international rhino poachers who begin the rapid eradication of one of Africa’s most magnificent animals for their horns, much sought-after ingredients in Chinese and Vietnamese medicine. Colin and Annika Somerset manage a photo safari operation on behalf of the local BaTonga people... more
  • The Cult: A Novel of Two Norman Kingdoms

    by Richard Devlin
    A meeting of two worlds. A tale of forbidden love. A chronicle of heresy and crime. Set in the era of the Third Crusade, The Cult is a beautifully written historical novel that follows the fates of Elise, Edmond, and Martin, three pupils of a learned English scholar. Early in the story, all three become caught in a web of deceit and threatened by an ancient Gnostic cult reincarnated in a new and monstrous form. Pledged to each other, Elise and Edmond strive to keep their love alive despite great... more
  • The Methuselah Strain

    by J.P. Helak
    Is immortality within our grasp? Has medical science finally cracked the code to the affliction known as aging? John Abrams, director of YouthCorp, is sure of it. His company is set to begin human trials on an elixir with just such a goal. But, as with any new scientific breakthrough, there are bound to be setbacks. The implausible identification of a withered old woman, found dying near the research facility, prompts a powerful senator to initiate an investigation. The senator solicits the serv... more
  • Blocking Paris

    by Bill Thesken
    While the rest of the working world struggles to make ends meet, four friends play match golf, every day... When one of the friends announces his plan to propose marriage to his new girlfriend in Paris over the weekend, the others realize that their game will soon be coming to an end.
  • It's a Sin to Be Boring

    by Nancy Singletary
    It’s a Sin to Be Boring is a biographical-historical fiction that unravels the complexity of a family, where the actions of one touch the lives of others. The main character, Rebelle Palatine, born in Ohio, marries her high school sweetheart during World War II. While she yearns for the war to be over, she achieves her perfect job—modeling at a major department store in New York City. Only one thing throws a roadblock to her happiness—specifically the Battle of the Bulge. The contemporary politi... more
  • Today's a Yellow Day

    by James Roth
    Join us in this attention getting novel that keeps your interest from the first chapter to the very last page. Today’s a Yellow Day is a tale of murder and retribution, of the meek and the merciless, of good and evil, and of the river town life of a young man, Tim Ferrari. It is a glimpse into the blue-collar world of a carpenter’s family in 1960. It is a story of the impact one ruthless delinquent can have on a peaceful Hudson River village community. Tim will face the challenges of family illn... more
  • Brave in Ribbons

    by Holly Maholm
    In her contemporary take on the holiday classic, Brave in Ribbons, Maholm revisits the original Dickens’ classic to set the stage for a new host of characters and a contemporary holiday story. Readers will recognize the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future and will quickly find themselves attached to the colorful and heartfelt cast of Brave in Ribbons, including a recently deceased brother, his three daughters and his transgender sister, Connie. A retired lawyer and widower, Tommy pas... more