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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Apricot Marmalade and the Edmondson Transmittal

    by Lon Orey

    A humorous satire about a team of US Military Intelligence agents operating in Thailand during the height of the Vietnam War. They wear civilian clothes and carry credentials as they conduct counterintelligence investigations and surveillance of suspected enemy agents. The style and tone of this book have been compared to that of MASH and Catch 22.

  • The Polka Dot Pants of Sir Edward McGee

    by Toby Deutchman
    Sir Edward McGee has a secret. He loves his polka dot underpants. But when an accident reveals them and everybody laughs, he hides them in a drawer and vows never to wear them again. Then, unexpectedly, something changes the way he feels. In this humorous tale, children learn that they shouldn’t be ashamed of the things that bring them joy – even if they are a little out of the ordinary.
  • 4 Tips for 10 Days Written Notification of Private Special Education Placement

    by Lamia Jonas
    Do you have children with autism or dyslexia who do not receive free and proper Special education attorney (FAPE) from the school district? Did you find a private school that has the knowledge and experience about your child's type of disability? Perhaps a school dedicated to children with autism? Did you know that parents who send their children to a private school because they have not received FAPE can get a refund? This article provides ... more
  • The Blood of Bones

    by N.T. McQueen
    The boy’s name is Tesfahun. Nestled in the vastness of Ethiopia, he lives among an ancient tribe untouched by modern civilization. His people live an isolated life where revenge killings are required and ruled by superstitions where mingi or cursed babies are thrown into the river for the sake of the tribe. As friends are forced to avenge the tribe and children disappear in the night, Tesfahun begins to question his people and his beliefs, growing further from his grief stricken mother and ha... more
  • If We Must Live

    by Douglas F. Greenwood
    After experiencing discrimination in the armed forces, Bill returns to South Carolina to undergo racism, terrorism and voter suppression. Because black human rights were violated, the self-defense policy was born. Not promoting violence, but combatting it, believing in self-defense, not aggression.
  • Just My Imagination

    by Narell Hunt

    Inspired by the battle between good and evil comes a riveting tale about the challenges we face and how my characters deal with them. Their journey takes them to places many would have a hard time believing. "Just My Imagination" is about the connection we lose to our inner self. It speaks about our soul that wishes to be free, but is trapped by our surroundings, our past and life circumstances. However, no matter how they go from their greatest self, there's always a way to ret... more

  • Jared The Giant: The Secret

    by Sharon Aubrey
    Jared the Giant is the story of a little boy named Jared who is afraid of spiders. Arachnophobia negatively impacts all aspects of his life. Jared runs away every time he sees a spider. One day Jared's mother tells him a secret that empowers him to transform into a giant. From his new perspective as a giant, Jared isn't afraid of tiny spiders any more. Suddenly, the spiders seem to be afraid of him! Educational information on spiders is included at the back of the book to help children learn sp... more
  • Bibliointuitive

    by Amy Q. Barker
    Can something that happens when you are twelve years old affect the rest of your life? Yes, if its fingers reach and spread, insinuating themselves into every dark recess and wide-open space that constitute who and what you are. And if those same fingers stay to bear witness to the results and repercussions of their power. Riley Cartwright is sane. Or at least she thinks she is. It’s like the chicken and the egg, and she’s never sure which came first—her acknowledgment of her gift or the gift... more
  • The Cut

    by John Wemlinger
    The Cut is a 19th-century David and Goliath story set in northwestern Michigan, where the powerful lumber industry is trampling on the rights of local farmers trying to eke out a living on their 80 acres of land. In the aftermath of the Civil War, The Cut follows the plight of the local farmers through the eyes of their reluctant leader as he fights for his family, friends, and love. It is a beautiful story of perseverance woven into our country's rich history.
  • Journey's End

    by Jasmine Clark
    On the cusp of her 11th year, Naran lives an ordinary life in the village of Dera. Everything is falling into place as war looms over the horizon. After a tragic event unfolds, Naran's world is displaced as she must move forward. Along with meeting new people, including reuniting with her eldest sister, she must journey to evade peril . Get ready to enter a world of airships, distant lands, and unique friends and foes alike. The story of Journey's End is that of a coming of age mixed with pure e... more
  • Patty's Knight

    by Duke Dupree

    Rick and  Patricia met in a most unique way.  From the time they first met they wanted to see more of each other and began dating.  It is interesting how they overcame Patricia's handicap and amazing how they dealt with it.  The novel describles theri courtship, their ups and downs, and the thrilling sub-plots along the way leading up to the dramatic climax of the story.

  • Grace on the Horizon (The White Sails Series, Book 2)

    by Emma Lombard
    GRACE ON THE HORIZON is the second full-length novel in The White Sails Series. Grace and Seamus, united by their past experiences, are adrift on a raft of shame in the sea of 1830s London society. Grace’s desperation to leave London forces Seamus to accept a dubious commission on the private explorer, Clover. With the expedition financed by Colonel Hamilton and his private backers, Seamus is tasked with mapping a round-the-world voyage. But Colonel Hamilton has an additional package that req... more
  • Mister Yam

    by Yeng K Tan
    Mister Yam - a twentysomething year old man disillusioned with corporate work in San Francisco - would find his life forever changed after an inexplicable phone call with a strange woman and an invitation to a musical show. Thus begins a series of events that would take Mister Yam chasing nameless figures across the country; solving a mystery only he can explain.
  • Offers of Atonement

    by Maria Yrsa Rönneus
    Offers of Atonement is the fifth volume of Regency Tales.
  • Orbits of Attraction

    by Maria Yrsa Rönneus

    "Men are universally babbling buffoons!"

    Rich and beautiful beyond compare, Miss Juliet Wynne is the darling of society. Little does anybody suspect that behind those turquoise eyes dwells a genial mind dedicated to astronomy. Repelled by dull suitors that line up to recite poetry to her, she is fully contented with never marrying. Until she meets the broad-shouldered war-veteran with eyes like moonbeams who defies all her prejudice.

    Beneath the elegan... more