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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • 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
  • The Aclla's Legacy

    by Bonnie Adams Little

    A heroine's journey of a young astrophysicist who searches for personal answers in Peru and stumbles upon a deeper mystery related to Incan acllas (ak-yas), the so-called "virgins of the sun," that has greater implications for her life than she could ever have imagined.


  • Family Secrets 'Secrets and Second Chances' Book 1

    by Donna M. Zadunajsky
    Alexis has had big dreams all her life, and she’s worked hard to make them happen! After college she married and had a beautiful baby boy, living her dream as “Mommy” until Colton was safely entrenched in grade school. She lands her dream job at NASA, and her supportive husband, Jay, takes the lead on raising their son. The perfect family, right? Twelve years later with no warning and no reason, Jay commits suicide. Colton goes into denial and blames his mother; Alexis buries herself in her wor... more
  • Inside Dumont

    by Michael Craft
    While dressing for dinner on New Year’s Eve, the last thing Marson Miles expects is to fall in love that night—with his wife’s nephew. But when Brody Norris arrives from California to join his uncle’s architectural firm, Marson finds his life turned upside down. And the quirky little town of Dumont, Wisconsin, will never be quite the same. "Inside Dumont" is a reflective exploration of Marson’s later-life journey, set against a loving portrait of the place he and Brody will call home. This impre... more
  • Game On

    by Shonette Charles
    When Sahara Kyle seeks membership in one of Fairchester’s most exclusive social clubs, the stakes couldn’t be higher as alliances are made, loyalties are tested, and old secrets threaten to come to light. But, in this circle, if Sahara wants a seat at the table, she has to play to win, because it is GAME ON.
  • Finding Tambri

    by Sherry Meeks
    Tambri is a woman who has suffered the loss of her young son and the disintegration of her perfect marriage to her high school sweetheart, Daniel. She struggles with feelings of loss and guilt, and not being good enough for this world as she discovers one wrong man after another. Mitch Wieland, editor of The Idaho Review described it as “a haunting exploration of the aftermath of losing a child. These stories have true emotional depth and staying power. Over the course of this fine book, our he... more

    by Keisha Pearson
    Angelique' Monet Collins is finally living her dream as a prime-time sitcom actress and creator of the show, Clare's Clinic, inspired by her mother who worked as a school nurse for over 30 years. On a vacation, Angelique' runs into two men in her past: her ex-husband, David Duncan Taylor, an NFL defensive lineman for the Atlanta Falcons and his sports agent, Keith Armstrong, the guy who Angelique' has a crush in middle school. Both men vie for her attention. In middle school, Keith ignored her a... more
  • Rose Red and the Seven Elves

    by G. L. Strytler

    A Princess in servitude.

    Rose Red, the younger sister of Snow White, lives with her stepmother the evil Queen. She works, cooks and cleans night and day without reward, but the evil Queen has a beautiful throne Rose Red greatly admires and on which longs to sit—if only for a moment—but is forbidden to do so.

    The evil Queen also has a longing for majestic objects, including a beautiful royal red robe, which can only be stitched from Rose Red’s heartstrings and dye... more

  • Slow the Pace, a short story anthology

    by Phillip Frey

    Step out of the rat race and let the rest of the world whiz on by. Allow yourself to sink into other worlds with stories from the thoughtful to the humorous. Allow yourself to forget, to be carried away by the 15 captivating stories contained in the anthology. We need to sit back, take stock of our lives, and definitely slow the pace.

  • Feeding the Enemy

    by JR Sharp
    Feeding the Enemy is the true story of an Italian family and the hardships they faced during WW II. The book is an account of one family’s determination to survive in the face of evil. It is a story of perseverance, ingenuity and love. This book captures the spirit of survivability against all odds and provides the reader with an appreciation of what Europeans went through during the war to end all wars. The Zucchet family was faced with the destruction of their farm and the inhalati... more
  • Didn't Get Frazzled

    by David Z Hirsch
    A rousing, witty novel about four years in the life of an intrepid young medical student, set in the grueling world of an elite NYC medical school. Medical student Seth Levine faces escalating stress and gallows humor as he struggles with the collapse of his romantic relationships and all preconceived notions of what it means to be a doctor. It doesn’t take long before he realizes not getting frazzled is the least of his problems. Seth encounters a student so arrogant he boasts that he’ll ... more
  • Always Want More

    by Banke Awopetu-McCullough

    The scathing novel Always Want More is back. This story of a teacher’s double life has created an appetite among readers everywhere. The second edition of Always Want More released on June 7, 2016.

    Originally released in 2014, the second edition of Always Want More includes a page titled "What Can I Do?" that suggests ways readers can contribute to urban education. A page titled "Want More of Always Want More?" provides information for book clubs and&... more

  • The Trilogy

    by Clarence Chavis
    Young Samuel Watkins has an amazing gift only known to a few people. He receives personal messages in poetic form from the forces of Good and Evil. Throughout his childhood, Samuel is being prepped for the special mission he is chosen to lead. Unfortunately the odds are against the blossoming of Samuel’s gift and purpose due to the daily struggles of Baltimore’s inner city and the Evil One’s attempt to deter Samuel from his purpose. Despite Samuel’s epic challenges, he has the guidance and ... more
  • The Edge Of The Cemetery (Ghost Killer Book 2)

    by Margaret Millmore
    The Edge of the Cemetery is book 2 in the Ghost Killer Series, and although it could be read as a stand-alone novel, book 1 was developed as an introduction and I would recommend starting there first. Below is a more detailed description of the continuing adventures of the Ghost Killers - I truly hope you enjoy this new series! There are ghosts and demons that wander among the living; they do not haunt in the traditional sense. Instead, they plague mankind with diseases and physical deformiti... more