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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Sunni: The Life and Love of King Tutankhamun's Wife

    by Julianna Boyer
    Sunni is the half sister and wife of King Tut. This story tells their life of love, turmoil and the real reason of his death. Sunni tells the story through her eyes.
  • Normal Famous People

    by Olive Edon
    Fame is the game, and the foul-mouthed aspiring child star Cindy and her mother are determined to win. Watch as they rampage through the competition with professionally hatched publicity stunts in their quest to land Cindy the ultimate starring role. Rumor has it Roman Polanski’s casting his last film, an Olsen twins biopic that's already generating Oscar buzz from the script alone, but he’s not interested in acting chops these days. He wants stars. And Cindy’s on his radar. The only thing stand... more
  • The Lion Who Was Afraid To Brush

    by Little & Goose
    Do you know a child who hates brushing their teeth? Do they think the toothbrush is big and scary? That the paste tastes little bit funny? This charming picture book by duo Little & Goose tells the story of Little Lion who, with the help of his Papa, learns to be brave so he can tackle the task of brushing his teeth step-by-step and ultimately discover what all that teeth cleaning was for.
  • Oak Harbor

    by Jen Lynn Arnold

    Oak Harbor is a story about one woman's journey to overcome her past and claim her future. After years of hiding Tabitha learns that her abusive husband has died. Should she continue with the life she had created for her and her daughter or should she come out of hiding? A chance meeting with 86 year old Ida Parwood helps her find the closure she needs to decide the fate of her future.

  • The Fire and the Light

    by Glen Craney

    As the 13th century dawns, Cathar heretics in southern France guard an ancient scroll that holds shattering revelations about Jesus of Nazareth. To preserve these secrets, a beloved Occitan countess must defy Rome during the brutal Albigensian Crusade. Christianity suffers its darkest hour in this epic saga of troubadour love, monastic intrigue, and esoteric mystery set during the first years of the French Inquisition.

    Foreword Reviews Honorable Mention Award for Book of the Ye... more

  • The Yanks Are Starving: A Novel of the Bonus Army

    by Glen Craney

    Two armies. One flag. No honor.

    Mired in the Great Depression, the United States teeters on the brink of revolution. And as the summer of 1932 approaches, a charismatic, rail-riding hobo leads twenty thousand desperate World War I veterans across the country to the steps of the U.S. Capitol to demand jobs and payment of their service compensation.

    The tragic events depicted in this sweeping histor... more

  • Dad's Past: My First 50 Years

    by henry brechter
    A collection of 52 original and funny short stories centered around "Dad," an unremarkable and imperfect protagonist.
  • The Spider and the Stone: A Novel of Scotland's Black Douglas

    by Glen Craney

    As the 14th century dawns, the brutal King Edward Longshanks of England schemes to steal Scotland. But a frail, dark-skinned boy named James Douglas, inspired by a headstrong lass from Fife, defies three Plantagenet kings and champions the cause of his wavering friend, Robert the Bruce, to lead the armies to the bloody field of Bannockburn. A thrilling historical saga of star-crossed love and... more

  • The Jasmine Tree: Love in the Time of Revolutions

    by Maha Khalid
    In a time of turmoil and change, two strangers meet in the ancient city of Cairo, an Arabian girl from noble origins and complicated past and a an idealist and daring American journalist. They fall in love while both of them are looking for something lost hoping to find it in the city of eternity. Yet life, is never simple, nor love.... From Cairo to Beirut, and from Dubai to Riyadh in Saudi Arabia, London and back to Dubai, "The Jasmine Tree" will take you in a journey inside the heart of a wom... more
  • The World Undone

    by Mary Driver-Thiel
    Three women, one secret, and the power of family ties. Sylvia has grown up lonely in a world of privilege, but her life is turned upside down when she she discovers her mother's secret: another child given up for adoption years before Sylvia was born. Callie, raised in a large, loving adoptive family, rarely allows herself to dwell on the "what-ifs" and "whys" of being given away at birth. Their mother, Anne, has closed the door on her past and locked away all thoughts of the tragedy that d... more
  • The Shadows Fall (The Shadows Breathe Series Book 2)

    by Kathleen Marentes
    Kara Springs is anxious for her life to return to normal. But when she's kidnapped at a horse show by a group of masked strangers, her life takes an unexpected turn. Things go from bad to worse when she finds out who the strangers are and why they took her. While Sean desperately searches for her, Kara must find a way to survive in her new surroundings. Continuing the story from The Shadows Breathe, Kara is again stealing horses--but for a much different reason.
  • The Shadows Breathe (The Shadows Breathe Series Book 1)

    by Kathleen Marentes
    Kara Springs is living her dream of working with horses on a beautiful ranch, alongside her mentor George Davidson. But when he unexpectedly leaves the ranch, a new trainer takes his place that Kara immediately distrusts. When she confirms that he is mistreating his horses, her decision to save one mare's life causes a chain of events that change Kara's life forever.
  • Summit

    by Harry Farthing
    Summit - a novel. In the autumn of 1938 Germany’s Reichsführer, Heinrich Himmler, is growing frustrated at the British using their regional power in India to block passage of an SS expedition to Tibet. Determined to spite them, he plots to steal something the British hold dear and have failed for the seventh time that spring to achieve – a first summit of Mount Everest. Seventy years later, seasoned mountain guide Neil Quinn's ninth visit to the top of the world’s highest mountain in the charg... more
  • The Prophet of the Funk and Other Tales From the O

    Orlando, Kissimmee, Central Florida, the names we attribute to this place bring to mind a variety of images. But far from the images put forth by commercials, and more complex than the simplifications made by the media, is a story of people living in a unique society. In this land of cheap ticket booths, hospitality giants, technological triumph, and social failure there are many stories unfolding. A group of people take action, when a resort's policies inspire a triumphant, and comedic decl... more
  • Huckleberry Finn Grows Up

    by Sam Sackett
    To escape "sivilization" Huck heads for Indian Territory. He lives for a while among the Cherokees, then joins a wagon train in the gold rush to California. Giving up in mining, he goes to San Francisco for a while. When Kansas Territory is opened for settlement, Huck goes there to try to help make Kansas a free state.

    by Eve Yohalem
    “‘What do you think, Bird? Should we play Killigan’s Island with Grandpa?’ Maya asked. I beat my wings as hard as I could to demonstrate my wish to flee. I flipped onto my back and stuck my legs in the air to simulate death. I did a Yak Yak Neck and threw up some breakfast to show the extent of my fear. It must have been the fever or the purple medicine or the wads of tissue stuffed up Maya’s nose like walrus tusks (she kept them wedged there to absorb the flow), because Maya watched all m... more