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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Stay Calm: This is War

    by AJ Lecours
    When young Army Specialist Rodney LeClaire was sent to Afghanistan to fight for his country, he thought he knew what war entailed. He soon discovered all the things training did not prepare him for: feces covered toilets, 40mph nutshots, detached faces, pen stealing kids, pants eating goats, or friends getting killed. He battled the heat, the enemy, and ineffective leadership. All of that, paled in comparison to the fight for his own humanity. Stay Calm shows a behind the scenes look at a combat... more
  • Remember the Lighthouse

    by Hailey Chomette

    In a charming seaside setting, our main character hires a private investigator to look into someone from her past, hoping to change her life. A women's fiction novel about love, loss and finding inner strength.

  • Sophie Stands Out

    by Katie Storey
    Pajamas are simply the best! Sophie is a little girl who loves to wear her jammies and has the best idea to wear them around all day. Until she starts to get stares from everyone around town, who wonder why she isn't dressed yet for the day. Sophie must decide: should she stand out and be herself or be like everyone else and save her pajamas for bedtime?
  • Bridal Train: The Further Adventures of Chloe, Dudette of the West

    by Geraldine Burrows
    Sixteen-year-old Chloe lands the role of a mail order bride in a TV reality show about modern Americans recreating a pioneer wagon train journey. Chloe undertakes the grueling, five-hundred-mile slog because her long-distance crush, Zach, will be waiting for her at the end of the trail. But first, she and her wagon full of teenage mail order brides must survive the torturous, pioneer-type elimination ordeals devised by the show's producers. Although she's marked for reality show betray... more
  • Project Onion

    by Karen Stensgaard
    Kathryn “Kat” Jensen’s new audit consulting job quickly becomes extremely dangerous. Investigating a notorious drug trafficker’s bank accounts can lead to life-threatening complications! When Kat Jensen, an out-of-work internal auditor in New York City, joins Melville Consulting, a friend’s secretive consulting firm, she unravels the elaborate money-laundering scheme used by a notorious drug lord nicknamed El Rey, or The King. Based on her analysis, the banks freeze his accounts. Furious, El ... more
  • The Women’s Meeting

    by J. E. London

    He Beat Past My Skin (Redemption of a Broken Spirit), is a story that highlights the emotional and psychological effects of domestic abuse, which afflict women and children around the world. Set in Washington D.C., the character-driven story is a psychological mystery laden with intrigue, and suspense. Its powerful tales surrounding violence and abuse are sure to capture your attention. It is a story that evokes the deepest fears of many women and delivers a message that silence kills.
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  • The Lockhart Women

    by Mary Camarillo
    The Lockhart Women is about a working class family living in Huntington Beach, California in the 1990's. It concerns divorce, money, and bad decisions, with the OJ Simpson trial playing as background noise.
  • 978-0-578-84737-5

    by Tom Brown
    Museum Exhibit is a poetry book from first time author Tom Brown. The 105 poems are about items, artifacts and paintings and sculptures you will find at a visit to a museum.
  • HOJO Girl

    by Dorothy K. Fletcher
    In the summer of 1968, the Vietnam War raged, the Civil Rights movement spread across the land, and the Sexual Revolution began to impact the lives of Americans. After her graduation from high school, Sadie Wainwright joined the ranks of the Howard Johnson Restaurant empire by becoming a HOJO Girl at the Golfair Howard Johnson in Jacksonville, Florida. Behind the gleaming counters of this popular eating establishment, Sadie grew up, learning life's lessons as a waitress, a daughter, a sister, an... more
  • The Last of the Baileys

    by Paula Paul
    Trudy Bailey Walters, who will admit only to being close to seventy, is widowed and left with little money. She wants nothing more than to be left alone after she moves into the crumbling old house that once belonged to her great grandmother. Before long, a nephew's ex-wife and her teenage daughter move in with her, followed by an undocumented immigrant searching for her own daughter. Trudy reluctantly joins the search, along with an old acquaintance, Adam Bailey, who claims to be a descendant ... more
  • Bad Beat

    by John Duel
    A terminally ill poker player hates the hand he was dealt. Marty Folly learns he has mere months to live. The one person he tells, his estranged daughter Ash, decides to move in to care for him. Now, Marty feels like even his last days aren’t his. Ash takes charge. She insists Marty determine his bucket list, she brings her cat, and she arranges holiday plans. On Thanksgiving, Marty confronts Ash’s mom about Ash’s paternity, ruining the holiday and causing a rift in his relationship with Ash. F... more
  • Kalayla

    by Jeannie Nicholas
    What would you do if your parents told you an outrageous lie about your mother’s family? What would you do if your family turned against you because you married the man you loved? What would you do if your husband abused you? In Kalayla, a smart-mouthed bi-racial 11-year-old girl, her widowed Irish mother, and their 72-year-old Italian landlady answer these questions as they confront the legacy of the past in 1999 Cambridge, MA. The three discover that family need not be biological. They ... more
  • James the Lonely Buck

    by SJ McKenney
    Everyone wants a friend. A young deer finds himself alone, and goes looking for a friend in this heartfelt story. In his search, James meets many forest-dwelling creatures, including a tortoise, an eagle, and even a snake. But is there a companion for James among them?
  • Invictus

    by L. L. Holt
    From the first glance, his drunken father hated the new-born boy. The child was dark; did his mother have an affair? Life was not going to be easy for the unruly boy who navigated rejection, bias, and abuse in late 18th century Germany. What good could possibly come of him, this rapscallion of a boy named Beethoven?
  • The Brothers Tremaine

    by Randall Moore

    The epic tale of four brothers: two black, two white, two slave, two free. Together they face the challenges of their time, fighting on opposite sides in the American Civil War and battling Indians out West. They return to Georgia to right ancient wrongs.

    This is a rip-snorting epic adventure throwback to the Westerns of old with a twist: the Buffalo Soldiers of the United States Colored Troops play a major part in the action. The brothers join to fight against common foes and each othe... more

  • The Reluctant Glamour Girl

    Her life is going great guns, but World War II is raging. This girl's patriotic loyalty is about to be put to the test. Atlanta, Georgia 1943 Polly Anna Morgan is young and sassy, swing music is killer-diller, and dance clubs are pure dynamite. But her life is about to change. Finally, after two years at the law firm of Jones, Jones & Harbry, Polly has become the executive secretary to the young and handsome junior partner, Edmund Harbry. She is attractive, vibrant, and her idea of doing ... more