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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Enduring Times

    by Betty Godfrey
    a story of a beautiful life that is shattered when their first born child suddenly dies.Life changes dramatically as the man she loves rips their life apart. It's a story that keeps you wondering how she had the courage to live it and hold her family together. Jennifer's emotional journey and trust in God will make you wonder, could you Endure what she went through?
  • ALL IN

    by Greg Sandora
    It's a steamy summer in Washington, D.C. a few days before the Democratic National Convention. A long and painful recession has left Americans suffering, spawning the hottest Presidential Contest in history. Jack Canon, a man, born into privilege, a witness to great social injustice is going to be President of the United States--no matter what! Desperate and corrupt, the leader of the free world orders a hit to slow him down. The plan backfires--the wrong people are dead--a manhunt points to... more
  • What Color Is Today?

    by Alison Stephen
    A colorful look at the ways COVID-19 can affect us menatlly, physically, and financially.
  • The Ugliest Word

    by Annie Margis
    There really is a monster in the hallway. Be careful. Your bedroom door will open, throwing light on your face. You’ll feign sleep. The door will close behind your father, and darkness will descend. What if the person you love most in the world loves you too much, in a way you know is wrong? How do you navigate childhood? What kind of person do you become? The Ugliest Word tells the story of a little girl named Lark whose father is molesting her, as she navigates childhood, and the woman s... more
  • Caging Curiosity: A song of cages and liberties

    by Tayo Olajide

    In the Sixteenth-century multi-racial African town of Idumagbo, there existed religious and racial harmony.  There lived a young peasant who became literate as a result of the travails of her once-enslaved grandmother.
    This is the story of their battles, triumphs, tragedies, and how a once vibrant, tolerant, and curious society came to be eclipsed

  • Graffiti Heart

    by Cyn Bermudez
    Lucy Reyes is a tagger. One night she and her best friend decide to tag a bridge instead of a train. Suddenly, Lucy finds herself in a lot of trouble after a man falls to his death. Scared and a fugitive, will life ever be the same again?
  • Gizmo 4 President!

    by Suzanne Kline
    Gizmo is a surfer pup who is running for president to save his sea buddies. Gizmo makes it his mission to bring awareness for coastal conservation, soon realizing he can't run a campaign without his friends and supporters. The fun and engaging story creates a colossal wave of awareness about the importance of an election. Gizmo's presidential leadership campaign invites children and grown-ups to get on board and become ambassadors for marine life.
  • Gizmo 4 President!

    by Suzanne Kline and Dulce Da Costa
    Gizmo 4 President! is a summer-fun picture book packed with surfing action, doggy pals, messages of eco-conservation, and even includes a lesson in civics! The book aims to empower children by sharing innovative ideas about recycling, protecting our oceans, kindness, compassion for others, and sea life. Join Gizmo in his quest to help his sea buddies by running for canine president.
  • A Tricked Life

    by Mark DaSilva
    Modeling meant everything - until it didn't. For Ana Martins, an awkward but pretty American teenager living in Brazil, winning a modeling contest on a mysterious app should bring instant fame but when she travels abroad for photoshoots in the Caribbean, she is tricked into a life of prostitution. Her savior is a wealthy tourist from Canada whom she meets; he has soulful green eyes, chiseled features, and a daredevil persona. Smitten himself, he vows to help rescue her from her perpetrators, eve... more
  • Me Ki Gai

    Ikigai or the flow is discussed as a zone of effortless energy and productivity for an individual. It combines purpose, passion, vocation and profession. While ikigai may be presented as a philosophical concept, its discovery is unique to every person. This discovery makes life worthwhile and rewarding to live. Me Ki Gai (Simply Me (i)ki Gai) is a young man’s journey to discover his own ikigai zone when guided by a mystic character saving him from a life ending situation. Parth, a young adult di... more
  • The Apprenticeship of Molly Chant

    by Jeanette Winsor
    Hanging for witchcraft has been outlawed in Ireland for centuries… Sixteen-year-old Molly Chant faces the noose, a punishment unheard of in 1869. Her one chance for escape is to follow her friend, Mick, to a ship ready to sail to the desolate island of Newfoundland. But, crossing the vast, angry ocean to the colonies could be a new kind of death sentence. Her only hope for redemption is the tiny outport of Silver Cape Cove, where she struggles for a balance between her healing powers and the s... more
  • Many a Sudden Change

    by Tricia Hopper Zacher
    A deadly car accident leaves, Eric, an eight-year-old autistic boy to be raised by his grandmother. Clarice, a widow in her sixties, is devastated by the loss of her daughter and terrified at the prospect of raising her grandson on her own. When she comes across unopened letters from Eric's estranged father, she decides to contact him. Matthew, a Marine serving in war-torn Afghanistan, is excited to at last meet his son—but suffering from PTSD, he appears no more equipped to raise Eric than Clar... more
  • No Fences in Alaska

    by Glen Sobey
    Their worlds are about to come crashing down… At sixteen years old, Harper Lyon’s life is spinning out of control. She threatens her parents with suicide unless she can meet her drug-dealing boyfriend, a college student who doesn’t know she’s pregnant. Cooper Lyons, her estranged grandfather, lives in rural Alaska with only his dog and cat for company. He has just been diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s, and he doesn’t plan on letting the disease run its course. Harper needs to escape h... more
  • The Mother Tree

    by Heather W. Cobham
    The water that surrounds Oriental, N.C. attracts people who need to heal. In Heather Cobham’s debut novel, Hungry Mother Creek, Maya Sommers landed in Oriental reeling from the trauma of Hurricane Katrina and the death of her husband. Now, Sloan Bostwick, a successful realtor from Raleigh, returns there in hopes of regaining the peace she experienced during the summers with her grandparents. Sloan purchases the oldest home in the county with plans to create a retreat center. Unbeknownst to Sloan... more
  • The Taxol Thief ISBN 9781539454441

    by Ceylon Barclay
    For three decades, the FDA denied approval of a first-in-class drug, "taxol," condemning thousands of breast-cancer victims to certain death. THE TAXOL THIEF is the story of one couple's attempt to evade that fate by smuggling taxol from China through Russia.
  • Nothing to Declare: A Novel

    by Richard M. Ravin
    Look at Jesse, a good-guy restaurant owner who’s got his life exactly how he wants it. Flash L.A. bistro, spiffy BMW, all-white condo overlooking the ocean. Then, boom, he receives a bombshell. He’s been named next of kin to Marty, the wild man and con artist who used to be his best friend. Never mind that they haven’t had a civil word in twenty years. Suddenly, Jesse’s forced to reckon with the past he’s been running from for more than two decades. Between a long ago love triangle, a road t... more