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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Dead Sisters: The Thunder: Perfect Mind

    by Debra L. Manion
    In the 1980s, an obscure graduate student was the foremost scholar on a newly discovered gnostic tractate entitled Thunder, Perfect Mind. Previously, only one Harvard professor had significantly researched the work, but his untimely death left her alone in the field. On her own within the university stacks and the Egyptian intertestamental past, she struggles to break the code of a 2,000 year old buried writing, which in turn leads her down unexpected rabbit holes of stolen chi... more
  • Claimed by the Enemy

    by Shauna Roberts
    2300 BCE. Mesopotamia. Sargon the Great's legions swarm across the known world, conquering city after city. Ten years after their home city was destroyed by Sargon's army, two exiles—a lonely princess and a reluctant soldier—struggle to stay alive and choose their own destinies.
  • Out of a Dream

    by Rosemary Hines
    Michelle Baron should be reveling in her new life in Sandy Cove, Oregon. From the outside, it all looks idyllic. A newlywed settling into a quaint coastal town, her husband establishing himself as a junior partner in a law firm—what more could she want? But a series of disturbing nightmares haunts Michelle. Her quest to understand these dreams leads her to the New World bookstore, where she begins a spiritual journey that will challenge her Christian heritage as well as her marriage.
  • 978-1482739718

    by Julie Affleck
    A is for Applesauce is the first in the Arthur & Zita Alphabet Book series. Nine year old Zita loves WORDS! and her favourite book is the DICTIONARY! Today is "A WORDS DAY". While she and her younger brother Arthur await the arrival of awesome Aunt Alice, Zita searches for all the words she can that begin with the letter A. A is for Applesauce tells of a trip to the Animal Zoo cut short, and other commotions, accompanied by A Words such as applesauce, ants, attempted arrest, angel food cake, awa... more
  • River Card

    by Joan Destino
    The Mirage Hotel and Casino of the mid-nineties, is the definitive setting for a unique perspective on life in “sin city.” For Georgia Kassov Cates, “...perfect wife, loving mother, good person...” Vegas becomes Hemingway’s “Clean Well-lighted Place.” And then the lights go out, literally..Georgia confronts past fears as well as present dangers, and deals with a gambling addiction that leads to embezzlement. The mysterious connection among several characters is rooted in dismal late nineteen-... more
  • Son of Man

    by Tom Pawlik
    Frank Coswell embarks on a road trip from Chicago to Palm Springs, looking forward to an early retirement with plenty of sun and golf. But the truth is, he's running from dark secrets in his past. And when he picks up a hitchhiker along the way, he's not prepared for what happens.
  • Blue Columbine: A Contemporary Christian Novel (Grace Revealing Book 1)

    by Jennifer Rodewald
    Reeling from professional failure, Andrew Harris needs a fresh start. When he runs into his childhood sweetheart, Andrew is confident he can overcome the demons he tries to keep hidden. Jamie Carson is thrown off balance when Andy resurfaces in her life. He fills her days, whispering significance to her heart and offering a reprieve from loneliness. But his rejection of the faith she thought they’d once shared, and his alarming drinking habit keep her heart from plunging into deep, murky waters... more
  • Heavy Weather

    by Normandie Fischer
    It takes a town to save a child. That town is Beaufort, North Carolina. Annie Mac’s estranged husband vows that nothing will stop him from getting his baby girl. Not Annie Mac and certainly not that boy of hers. Only four blocks away, Hannah Morgan lives in comfort with her husband and dog, making pottery and waiting for her best friend to come home. When she discovers the two children cowering in the bushes and their mama left for dead, it doesn’t take her long to set her coterie of do-... more
  • Claude: A Dog of the Sixties

    by Katherine L. Holmes
    Perry has his own misadventures when the standard poodle Claude comes to his house. Because of a defect, Claude can’t be a show dog. But he fetches beyond his training, opens doors, and attempts to roam the neighborhood. The spring before the moonwalk, Perry plans a group project about UFO’s, space travel, and the Dog Star. During this, Claude makes escapes like a canine Houdini. Perry’s father has enough to worry about with the anti-war protesters in his history classes. Can Perry turn Claude’s... more
  • Being Davante: FROM THE 'CHILDREN OF LIGHT' SERIES (Children of Light Book Series (R) 1)

    by Michelle St. Claire
    Davante William's family life is about to change forever. Can he reunite with an elusive father whom he has never known? Will he be able to continue on without his loving mother by his side? Is the promise of a future career in art enough to push him through high school? Journey with Davante through his struggles and triumphs into young adulthood. Laugh with his hilarious friends. Grieve over his family trials. Witness Davante's growth and development in this gripping debut novel from the Ch... more
  • The Last Princess of Saint-Domingue (Book 2 of the Children of Light Book Series (Registered Trademark))

    by Michelle St. Claire

    The Last Princess of Saint-Domingue:

    The queen prays to the gods for her first and only girl child.  The gods readily grant her wish conditioned upon the queen's payment of a great sacrificial price.  Sadly, the queen pays this price after her daughter is captured by slave merchants.  The queen's girl child, Bibi, continues on a journey of struggle and pain in the strange land of Saint-Domingue.  She develops courageous tenacity and strength along the way.&nb... more

  • Cilla's Dilemma, A cautionary tale about fitting In

    by Donalie T. Sheldan

    Coming back to school after a long absence Cilla finds her friends all behaving and dressing very much alike. Cilla feels pressured to conform and she must decide what to do.

    The story is written in verse; it has 50 full color illustrations with an index and a glossary.


  • Gena Trusts God

    by Karen Sherrill
    Follow Gena's adventure as she trusts what she's learned about God when some kids don't seem nice. Little children can have big faith!
  • Niki Owl: Leap of Faith

    by Karin Pinter
    In the first book of the Niki Owl series, our faithful explorer takes a major leap of faith by journeying from his home forest in Spain to find adventure in Canada. Niki finds far more than he ever imagined as he explores a new culture and environment, and encounters many of the typical situations we often find ourselves in as the result of change. He approaches them with as much positive thinking as he can, sharing what he already knows and learning much more from the new friends he makes along... more
  • my name is tookie

    by Chariss K. Walker

    "my name is tookie" is an intense, first-person narrative account of early childhood and adolescent memories by a fifteen-year-old survivor. It's a dramatic coming of age novella about the shocking adversities and inhumane traumas Tookie suffered at the hand of the 'system' in charge of her protection. Due to the nature of this book, some descriptive scenes are not suitable for those under the age of 13; parental guidance advised.

  • Streets of Broken Hearts (A Justine Bryce Novel Book 1)

    by Sydney Bristow
    September 1927, Chicago - Al Capone is not a patient man. So when Justine Bryce, a college student who funds her education by moonlighting as the most successful cat burglar in Chicago, refuses to pull an all but impossible job for him, he tracks down her father and threatens to kill him if Justine doesn't cooperate. She is determined to save her dad, even if it means trusting a man she is doomed to love forever, a charming but unattainable nightclub owner who agrees to help but only because ... more