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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Sulla's Fist: A Novel of the Roman Legion (The Sertorius Scrolls Book 5)

    by Vincent B. Davis II
    Rome, 90 BC. Quintus Sertorius is tired. Weary after eight years of warfare in Greece, the decorated hero longs to reunite with his family and repair their frayed bond. But no sooner has he returned than Rome is thrust into war again. This time, the attackers are their closest allies, the Italian tribes surrounding them. To make matters worse, Sertorius learns his son has joined the legion under the command of a scheming rival looking to exert leverage. Sertorius confronts spies and traitors ... more
  • Uranium Mine and Other Stories

    by Jed Linde
    From birth to old age, these seven "Charles" stories chronicle a daunting childhood; an adventurous and painful adolescence; a survival saga in Mexico City; learning from a Zen master; and benefiting from mystical experiences, contact with Mother Nature, and a host of life-changing situations.
  • Deceptive Calm

    by Patricia Elizabeth Skipper
    Deceptive Calm Synopsis Against the turbulent backdrop of declared martial law in South Carolina, a stunning light-skinned beauty, Vanessa, lives in a Catholic orphanage for blacks. After a series of racial traumas, Vanessa obtains the birth certificate of a deceased white baby and uses this document to assume the child’s identity. She moves to California and enrolls at UC Berkeley under her newly acquired name. Vanessa marries into one of California’s wealthiest families. Her charmed... more
  • The Majestic Pigeon

    by William Hart
    Have you ever wanted your own private tour guide at the zoo? Memo the Majestic Pigeon delights in showing his expertise on zoo animals and, of course, showing guests how great pigeons can be. But he soon realizes there are some visitors who are unable to enjoy the Majestic Pigeon Experience. They will miss out on so much the zoo has to offer! Join Memo as he discovers the importance of including others and what it really means to him.
  • Extreme World War III Survival Guide

    by Robert Martin
    Extreme WWIII Survival Guide presents a futuristic, action, adventure account following 2 Americans who have never met before finding themselves stranded on an uninhabited island. After losing the ability to communicate with the outside world they are unaware WWIII has begun and the only other people they encounter turn out to be enemy soldiers relentlessly trying to kill them. Kendra, a shrewd young journalist and Mike, a middle age political strategist must learn to work together and adapt str... more
  • Be Prepared to Die

    by Jonathan Fiero

    They tell us the journey is the destination. It is not. It’s the other way… The destination is where the journey takes place. That destination, it is escape from The White Curtain. In order to live the life we want, we must have the courage to liberate ourselves. But how does one break free from the civilization they’re born into? After all, none of us asked to be here, on this Earth.

    This is a journey with many destinations. Destinations, both physical and mental of ... more

  • The Book For Kids That Are Big (And Those That Want To Be)

    by Luben Redwood
    Join Matteo as he wishes his way into adulthood only to discover the perks of being a kid. This compelling children's book starts an important conversation for young children who are always wishing they were older. It teaches gratefulness for the adults in a child's life and to enjoy the little things.
 This book intentionally leaves plot points open to encourage discussion between the reader and the child. This debut work from author Luben Redwood evokes contentedness and arouses imagination.
  • Havensbury

    by ST Tangirala
    Dead Poets Society meets Good Will Hunting. In the prestigious realm of Havensbury Preparatory Academy, Noah Liebermann feels out of place. A determined student, he grapples with academic challenges and the isolated culture. Maybe he’s just not right for this school, for this world… But a serendipitous encounter with a homeless man unveils a new outlook on life and teaches Noah invaluable lessons about resilience, entrepreneurship, and the profound impact of communal bonds. With the guidan... more
  • Healed

    by Jamie O'Toole
    Cuppy Valentine is a shy, humble nurse working in a Chicago urology office where a steady stream of quirky patients (and their private body parts) never ends. Cuppy’s life is predictable and ordered until she suddenly receives the magical power to heal the sick. Word spreads through her community, making her an instant - albeit reluctant hero. But her gift has its costs, and Cuppy learns even the best of intentions can have disastrous consequences. One part humor and all parts heart, Healed is t... more
  • Malice Aforethought: A True Story of the Shocking Double Crime That Horrified Nineteenth-Century New England

    by Avree Kelly Clark

    In the summer of 1874, a beloved schoolteacher mysteriously goes missing upon closing up school. After a frantic search, the young woman is discovered horribly mutilated in the woods, and authorities question everyone in the small railroad village of St. Albans, Vermont.

    With the case turning cold, news arrives of an eerily similar crime committed in peaceful Pembroke, New Hampshire, in the autumn of 1875. This one, even more gruesome. Everyone questions whether the two beauties were in... more

  • The TreeHouse

    by Sophia Errico
    Brand-new third grader, Chris Anderson, has his whole year mapped out, and it starts with two words: BE NICE! Easy enough, right? Well... ...it seems like it at first. But when Chris and his best friend, Bobby, meet new kid, Kevin, being nice proves harder than Chris thought. Kevin is EVERYTHING Chris trying not to be. He's rude, he's mean... and Bobby seems to like him much better than the new Chris. Try as he might, Chris cannot get on Kevin's good side, who is now acting like a bully, and... more
  • Earth Book 1 Peregrination Series

    by SG Boudreaux
    Destructive earthquakes and time-traveling portals created by massive storms take our heroes and heroines to beautiful, exotic, strange, and dangerous places. Everyday people thrown into a warrior lifestyle they never expected and didn't ask for; all while fighting demonic forces at every turn. These people are known as Peregrines; those who travel through time and space in search of important artifacts and lost people. Seth Jager falls through a storm portal and awakes from a two day sle... more
  • The Glow in Loretta's Garden

    by Lois Wickstrom
    When Loretta digs in the dirt to plant her flower garden, she discovers glowing larvae. Learn about the lifecycle of the firefly as she puts the larvae in her empty ant farm box and watches the larvae build tunnels and mud houses. After they hatch, she also learns the secret to their special flashing messages.
  • Desert Friends: Travels With the Pack

    by Linda Harkey
    Animal friends in the Sonoran Desert in Arizona are found in all sizes, shapes, and colors. Rodney, a roadrunner, and his best friend, Quincy, a Gambel’s quail, spend days racing each other through dry creek beds called arroyos. One day Rodney and Quincy meet two hunting dogs—Gator and his three-legged buddy, Tripod. Danger surrounds the four friends as a thunderstorm sends tremendous amounts of muddy water down the arroyo. The force of the water sweeps Tripod away. Who will come to his rescue? ... more
  • Jack the Christmas Parade Pony

    by Nicole Natale
    Join Jack, the extraordinary Pony of the Americas, on an unforgettable adventure that will warm your heart and inspire your spirit! Nestled amidst the breathtaking Arizona desert, Jack might appear just like any other pony, but his story is anything but ordinary. Surrounded by the graceful beauty of Arabian horses, Jack yearns to discover what makes him truly exceptional. Despite his charming personality and unique appearance, he can't help but feel like he doesn't quite belong. But destin... more
  • Two Weeks of Summer: A Lighthearted Coming-of-Age Novel

    by Katherine Tirado-Ryen

    Kim Kincaid can’t catch a break. She has a thankless job at a law office, a nasty co-worker, and a boyfriend allergic to genuine commitment. Meanwhile, her older sister, Dena, skates through life with a perfect husband, a perfect job, even a perfect daughter. Kim grits her teeth through their every phone call, counting the minutes until she can disappear into a drink or TV (preferably both). She doesn’t recall agreeing to babysit her niece. She only remembers Dena bragging about y... more

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