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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Fire Escape Stories, Volume I

    by Chuck Cascio
    Brooklyn, April 1948. Cousins Mike Burns and Sally-Boy Boccanera are born one-minute apart in the same hospital. Sally-Boy's mother dies in childbirth, but as they grow, it seems like they have everything else in common, including a rusty fire escape--their sanctuary. The nine stories in this volume are Mike's memories of their early years discovering Brooklyn, confronting challenges, and facing situations that shape their lives. Their experiences are funny, disturbing, and often touching as th... more
  • Ingus and Pingus in the Wild Wild Amazon Jungle

    by Rad Komissar
    Ingus and Pingus in the Wild Wild Amazon Jungle is about Dr. Ingus and his apprentice Mr. Pingus. They open a hospital in the jungle and help save any animal that gets sick or needs their help. But can they save everybody?
  • This Calling Master

    by Steven Evans

    Yet when I hoped for good, evil came; when I looked for light, then came darkness.

    After the job market deposits recent college graduate Michael into a city far from his friends, his social life, and his girlfriend, an old hobby resurfaces to help occupy his time in his solitude. A hobby he calls urban exploration — the breaking into derelict buildings so he can view a past life untouched by historical renovations.

    Hesitant yet determined to break l... more

  • Save the Last Dance: a novel

    by Eva Grudin
    Around the time of their 50th high school reunion two teenage sweethearts long separated, Adam Wolf and Sarah Ross, reconnect via email, casually. Their correspondence shifts between nostalgia and intimate revelations. Suddenly they are deeply in love again. Despite their relationships with significant others, including Adam's wife of thirty years, the couple soon consider risking everything to be together again. The story of their reunion, and that of the people whose lives are derailed by it,... more
  • Stumbling On A Tale

    by Suzanne Roche
    It turns out that trips back in time haven’t ended for Peri, Henry, and Max. In the second book in the TIME TO TIME Series, the children find themselves right in the middle—the Middle Ages, that is. And this time they’re lost in a forest, where they stumble upon a group of travelers who seem to be long on medieval tales but short on helpful information. Peri and her stepbrothers are sure they know what they have to do to get home, though, so there won’t be any problems this time. End of stor... more
  • Consequence

    by Steve Masover

    San Francisco activist Christopher Kalman has little to show for years spent organizing non-violent marches, speak-outs, blockades, and shutdowns for social and environmental justice. When a shadowy eco-saboteur proposes an attack on genetically engineered agriculture, Christopher is ripe to be drawn into a more dangerous game. His certainty that humankind stands on the brink of ecological ruin drives Christopher to reckless acts and rash alliances, pitting grave personal risk against conscie... more

  • Stories of the Midnight Sun

    by Daniel B. Hunt
    A father plagued by doubts, a soldier warring against God, ghostly footprints in new fallen snow, the strange last thoughts of a murdered woman--Stories of the Midnight Sun is a riveting compilation of thought-provoking tales brought to life by author Daniel B. Hunt. Whether it's a broken heart, an adulterous couple, or the tragic loss of a loved one, each and every one of these tales will arouse your mind, sharpen your senses, and leave you craving more.
  • The Jilted Bride: A Footnote to Cinderella's Happiness

    by Kristen Reed

    Sometimes one woman’s happily ever after is another woman’s misery. When the charming Prince Caspar abandons his bride Demetria at the altar to sweep Cinderella off her feet, the duke’s daughter is left humiliated and heartbroken. Desperate to lift their daughter’s spirits, Demetria’s parents introduce her to a new suitor from a foreign land. Jaded by being jilted, she questions the very thing she has built her life around and searches for new meaning and healing... more

  • Beyond The Rainbow's End

    by James Pitter
    A collection of five short stories including a light-hearted and humorous critique of celebrity culture seen through the eyes of an acerbic journalist. A sinister tale about mind uploading and the consequences for those willing to risk everything in return for eternal life. A witty exposé about infidelity and excess within a pampered expat community. An amusing road trip that turns into the journey from hell. The dark narrative of a woman who's troubled past returns to haunt her and destroys the... more
  • In the Shadow of Light

    by Claire Alemian
    By the time Ramona Newton is fifteen, her mother has walked out, her father soon to follow, and she ends up at a place called the Far East, tending bar for Charlie Big and hustling pool in order to survive. The story captures the turbulence of the 1960s on the gritty, working-class waterfront of Gloucester, Massachusetts, revealing the clash of generations and class divides, and the turmoil created by the Vietnam War and racial injustice.
  • Iris

    by Toni Owen-Blue
    'I flinch. I know she's not going to hit me, we've got in arguments a hundred times before and she's raised her hand - she's never hit me in the face. But I flinch anyway.' I put that because whenever you pick up a book at the shop there's always a quote on the back, and because I'm trying to put off writing the blurb. I don't know what to put. This is just a book about me, Iris, and the things that I do, the friends I make, well, try to make, and everything else that happens to me - goo... more
  • The Palace Buzz

    by Linda Schell
    Gracie, a dwarf kangaroo from the thirty-sixth universe, is skipping across the cosmos to her dream destination: St. Petersburg, Russia. She's traveling with Gibson, a Maine Coon cat whose life she saved when she was unceremoniously dumped in front of a Pennsylvania corn field.
  • Come Along With Me

    by Linda SchellL
    Come Along With Me will transport eight-to twelve-year old children, their parents, and their grandparents to another world when they read Come Along With Me, an adventure about friendship and caring, the unfortunate consequences of jealousy, and the power of hope.
  • A Mercenary's Pilgrimage

    by L. J. Nowak
    Davides isn't supposed to be a mercenary. He's supposed to be the future Lord of Coimbra. But, in the violent and chaotic world of elventh-century Hispania, one's lot in life can change very quickly. As a step towards regaining his family's lands and title, Davides accepts the job of escorting an unwilling political asset (okay, hostage) from Salamanca to Seville. When what should have been a simple task detours into the complicated and perilous, Davides is forced to choose between his alleg... more
  • Astrologer's Apprentice (Astrotheologian Book 1)

    by David John Jaegers
    Family circumstances force seventeen year old Robert to give up his suburban prep school existence for a new life in the country, where he develops an intense relationship with his eccentric Uncle Rufus. What starts out as harmless fun with astrology grows into a strong spiritual bond that leads Rufus to confide his obsession. He wants to test the astrological hypothesis. What Robert hoped was a flight of fancy begins to take the shape of a crazy quest. Not only do Rufus’s ideas wrinkle Ro... more
  • The Adventures of the Precious Knights

    by Valerie Crowe
    The first book is an introduction to the Knights of Castle Precious, and the discovery of an an abandoned baby stripy dragon. The knights, Sir Gold, Sir Silver and Sir Rusty save the dragon and decide to raise him back at the castle. The naming of the baby, and the potential uses of such a pet are made clear in this first book. Further adventures are described in book 2, due out very shortly, published by Archway.