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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Bastard Virtues

    by Daulton Dickey
    In this minimalist novel, Ram, Gummo, and Bettie are on a mission to celebrate a posthumous birthday. They have six hours to incite a riot, exact revenge, vandalize a museum, and torch a tree. But one disaster begets another, and their incompetence, the police, and even nature threatens to disrupt their plans. Can they wreak havoc without serious injury or arrest and accomplish their task before sunrise? Or will their incompetence, or the elements, doom them? Equal parts Hunter S. Thompson, Grou... more
  • Echoes from Punjab: Metamorphosis of a Woman

    by Daljit Ranajee
    Jasmine, a beautiful new bride of seventeen, leaves her humble village in India for America to begin her journey full of laughter and tears thereafter. With her innocent charm, beauty, and spontaneity, she finds her way in the strange new world, though her heart stays true to her upbringing-- no matter what peaks and valleys she must endure . Echoes FromPunjab is a poignant saga of love, disloyalty, sacrifice, the power of motherhood, and courage.
  • Bigfoot Trails: Pacific Northwest

    by S.A. Jeffers
    Bigfoot Trails: Pacific Northwest is a children's reading and activity book. Play hide and seek with the reigning champion and experience the thrill of locating the mysterious Bigfoot! Visit the captivating landscapes of the Pacific Northwest habitat, where the search is on for the elusive creature. Through each of this interactive story's pages, the reader is tasked with finding Bigfoot, where he is cleverly hidden. Both child and adult are sure to feel the magic and excitement of a legend as o... more
  • Kiss'd

    by D. C. Reep
    Kissed by a ghost—Sixteen-year-old Jenny Tyler doesn’t believe in ghosts, but her recent concussion gives her strange visions. Her aunt’s séances to reach the dead produce even more odd sensations. After a séance, Jenny meets a ghost soldier who says he needs help and, with a kiss, takes her to 1914 Belgium during the invasion by Germany at the start of World War I. Hurtled through time, Jenny relies on her courage to survive constant danger in an unfamiliar world. When she finds Jack, a Canadia... more
  • Tales of the Foreign Service: Life on the Edge

    by Jack Tucker
    This book contains nine stories intended for adults, and set in the recent past depicting the life and times of a typical American diplomat confronting difficult circumstances overseas. The Wheels of Justice is set in El Salvador spanning the period of political turmoil and civil war in the 1980s up through the recent past. Career Conundrum is the story about how a young American Vice Consul serving in Melbourne, Australia during the early 1980s uncovers the truth about the cruel fate in a remot... more
  • Maiden

    by Chris Sorensen
    MAIDEN is my debut YA novel (also appropriate for middle schoolers). A clean, uplifting coming-of-age adventure loosely inspired by the life of Joan of Arc. Jeanette is not like the other 17-year-old, gray-eyed girls in the war-torn kingdom of Amarin. While the other girls hope to regain the green eye color of their ancestors at spring festival and win the prince’s favor, Jeanette has other plans to escape her stifled village life. After the caravan arrives, Jeanette fears that she will ... more
  • Effeminate Earth

    by Julia Flowers
    Men have been scientifically proven to be the cause of all troubles on Earth: wars, murders, violence, robberies, everything that is wrong with society. So what should the government do? Slowly eradicate all males of course! After over one hundred years of careful, scientific elimination, the male species is extinct. Sarah Williams, a high-ranking government official in the Department of Scientifically Generated Incubation (SGI) and convicted believer that all males are evil, decides it’s he... more
  • Blue Moon Over Fenway

    by Alden C. Glass
    . . . The year is 2018; the rare occurrence of two blue moons, Cubs and Sox in the World Series, tragic events at Fenway, the appearance of a mysterious scorekeeper, the deal for a Yankee superstar, and several mystical forces challenge the powerful new team owner, the beleaguered Red Sox team, and the fans in the city of Boston . . . Blue Moon Over Fenway follows the peculiar events that occurred over the course of a season when the Red Sox won the American League pennant and played the Chi... more
  • I Was, Am, Will Be Alice

    by Elise Abram
    Nine year old Alice Carroll realizes she can time travel after she narrowly escapes death in a school shooting, a situation she is determined to control in order to go back to the day of the shooting, save the lives of her teachers and classmates, and discover the identity of the woman who sacrificed herself so Alice could live.
  • Saving Grace

    by Jennifer H. Westall
    The last enemy to be destroyed is death. (1 Corinthians 15:26) Through years of poverty, racial tension, and legal battles, Ruby Graves has suffered the worst the Great Depression could throw at her. But an enemy she couldn’t possibly imagine awaits just over the horizon. After she and her brother, Henry, escape to the tropical paradise of the Philippine Islands, Ruby volunteers as a nurse at a medical clinic in Manila. Although surrounded by beauty, Ruby can’t shake her guilt over leaving Matth... more
  • The Myth of Santa's Beard

    by Sharon Thayer
  • Columbus' Unsung Voyages -Three Years Of Maritime Mayhem.

    by James L. Weaver
    This story merges actual ship log entries made by Christopher Columbus on previous voyages, with both fictional and actual people, (Leonardo DaVinci), places and events that occurred around the world from 1502 to 1506; beginning and ending in Cadiz, Spain, a small drinking village with a fishing problem. The story is a humorous account about a trade war between Europe and Asia that starts when a dozen manned-rickshaws suddenly appear on the Cadiz pier, and Queen Isabella's retaliatory response;... more
  • The Long Night

    by Jessica Scott
    "An unsettling but captivating look at the dark and painful effects wrought by war on the minds and bodies of soldiers caught up in the moral and ethical dilemmas they face while trying stay alive" ~ Night Owl Reviews Whatever it takes, just come home to me. Promise me, Sam. In eight months, Staff Sergeant Sam Brown will become a father. But first, he has to survive his fourth tour in Iraq. On his last night home, he tries to pretend that everything is fine, that the war is fine, that hi... more
  • New Dawn

    by Attila Orosz
    A man is running for his life. An army is deployed to hunt him down. He has no right to be there. He has no right to live. He is not considered human. A man is on a mission. He is looking for the hunted, for those denied humanity. He is trying to save them, to deliver them to safety, to give them a chance of life. But can he succeed? The year is 2058. The world's powers have been stabilised, the citizens of the newly formed super-states are safe, living in peace. But safety is a privilege ... more
  • It's Good To Be King (Until The Bell Chimes)

    by David Lamb
    2016 BEST FICTION-Pacific Book Awards. FROM THE FUNNY AND NATURALLY BRILLIANT DAVID LAMB, award-winning playwright of the New York Times celebrated play, Platanos Y Collard Greens, comes a modern spin on Dickens' classic tale that perfectly combines humor and romance in a story re-imagined for our digital, consumerist age. This version of Scrooge and Belle is familiar, yet unlike any you've come across before. Scrooge, or rather Scrooje, is music's biggest superstar, with one hundred million al... more