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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Just Another Girl on the Road

    by S. Kensington
    France 1944: Stranded behind enemy lines, eighteen-year-old Katrinka Badeau escapes German deserters with the help of an undercover Jedburgh operation. Katrinka joins the Jed team, led by Major Willoughby Nye, a man once employed on her father's merchant ship. Her work throws her together with Sergeant Wolfe Farr, the team's tough-talking radio operator. Amid the chaos of war, she and Wolfe begin a passion-tangled love affair. But Katrinka cannot accept Wolfe's plans for the future. And her lo... more
  • Justice in a Bottle

    by Pete Fanning

    All thirteen-year old Nita Simmons has ever wanted is to be a journalist, but when she flubs a piece for her middle school newspaper she becomes a laughingstock at school and risks losing her coveted membership to the Junior Journalists Club. Nita's confidence is at an all-time low when Earl Melvin, her reclusive neighbor and the town's most notorious criminal--picks that day to speak to her. Mr. Melvin offers Nita a story--some old books he refers to as his memoirs. Nita can't he... more

  • Perseverance Flooded the Streets

    by Abbey Seitz
    The novella follows Lovelyn, a young woman who, despite enduring a harsh depression after being assaulted, embarks on a trip to Bangalore, India when she is offered her dream research position. As she travels through the colorful and dilapidated landscape of urban India, Lovelyn must grapple with her own broken mental world, while trying to understand, and overcome, the complex social and cultural norms that continue to hold women back.
  • All That Lingers

    by Irene Wittig
    Sometimes the long arm of grief grabs you by the throat. In this novel of loss, courage, and resilience, we experience Vienna’s tumultuous years from Austria’s 1934 civil war, through World War II and postwar occupation, to independence. Three lives intertwine, bringing these extraordinary events to life. Emma fights to come to terms with grief and her country’s betrayal. Sophie seeks to reclaim her lost history, and Friedrich struggles with secrets that will throw all their lives into turm... more
  • Punto

    by Richard G Walker
    ‘Punto’ is a fictional work drawing inspiration from the life story of history’s first horn virtuoso. Punto lived most of his life in the 18th Century, a time when Europe was convulsed by the end of the Thirty Years’ War, the growth of nationalism and the erosion of the aristocratic order, all of which culminated in the French Revolution. Born Jan Vaclav Stich, he is the son of a serf and, despite his lowly status, his remarkable musical talents are discovered and he comes to the attention o... more
  • Blank Check, a Novel: What If You Were Asked to Help Reinvent Public Schools?

    by Aaron Smith
    This story takes place on a fictional U.S. island, but the inspiration that evolves could help reshape public schools in America. After serving his country as an Army Ranger, high school principal Josiah Rollins quits in disgust over the broken educational system he can no longer serve. Little does he know this impulsive act would lead him to an unbelievable opportunity to change everything and serve his country and students in the way he always dreamed. Inspired and funded by a now-billionai... more
  • Toomuch and Toolittle FOOD

    by Jo Schofield
    A little sister and a not so little brother are unhappy but things begin to change when they ask Gran to help make dinner. Toomuch and Toolittle discover that cooking is fun! Too busy to notice, their dog Zog meets a clever little mouse that lives undiscovered in the house and they become friends. Dinner is delicious and the whole family is happy!
  • Spill the Scarlet Rain: A Civil War Novel

    by J. M. Saunders

    Set against the panorama of Gettysburg in the Civil War, J. M. Saunders’s sweeping historical epic is the tale of three young people’s inner and outer conflicts as they confront the mortal divisions in the nation and themselves. Coming of age during cataclysmic national events, seductive scapegrace Simeon, enchanting but vulnerable Genevieve, and pious but lonely Gabriel come to grips with complicity in personal and national error. They confront the sacrifices needed for redemptio... more

  • Blue Eyes

    by Cryssy Dee
    Even with a spiritless father, DeShawn Williams is secure within her family unit and has made good choices for her future. She's determined and focused on being a strong independent Black woman, just as she's been taught by her mother, and with her best friend by her side, she knows that she can accomplish all her goals. But what happens when DeShawn crosses paths with a handsome yet misguided charmer that promises her something that she never knew she wanted? Will she risk all her hard work ... more
  • Lincoln's Doctor's Dog

    by James O. Long
    Lincoln’s Doctor’s Dog is a fanciful romp through history with Honest Abe, his knowing four-legged sidekick Cooper and a colorful cast of characters who run the gamut from Abner Doubleday to Ulysses S. Grant. A comic tour de farce by James Long, a veteran newspaperman with a keen sense of satire, an ear for brisk dialogue and an eye for shady politicians – and not just from yesteryear, if you catch his drift.
  • Mindfulness at the Park

    by Teresa Anne Power
    Lovable; curious Little Mouse is back to help kids use yoga and mindfulness to solve problems and manage emotions in "Mindfulness at the Park"; the second book in the "Little Mouse Adventures" series from Teresa Power; the international bestselling author of "The ABCs of Yoga for Kids" series and Kids' Yoga Day creator! Little Mouse and his family live in a cozy burrow nestled in Tammy McDoodle's backyard. Tammy and her mother love to practice yoga and mindfulness together; and Little Mouse love... more
  • Temple Dancer

    by Amy Weintraub

    TEMPLE DANCER is a spiritual enigma that, like a double helix, entwines the lives of two women from disparate times and cultures. Through a lively and spirited life of the flesh and spirit, Wendy and Saraswati explore the divine connection—the portal that opens through spiritual practice, through the making of art, the making of love, and most of all, through love itself. In 1997, Wendy Rabin is going through a divorce and travels to India on a spiritual pilgrimage. On a crowded train, ... more

  • Island Boy

    by Mark Bulahao
    Island Boy is the story of Paco, an odd naïve boy afflicted with bruxism. Alienated from his cold mother, alcoholic stepfather, and an indifferent town, he sought home elsewhere. After recalling an anecdote of a sanctuary that adopted outcasts, he musters the courage to escape a familiar life and embarks on a journey to find the only place he was sure could offer him true home. As he navigates a world growing beyond him, he is forced to negotiate with an assortment of characters, from the poor t... more
  • Older Than My Boss

    by Carolyn Gaye

    In her book 'Older Than My Boss', people 55 and over puzzle over their future as they hit milestones common as we move along in years. In this new short story collection of fictional accounts about mature people on the verge of making a change, the characters must decide how to handle midlife crisis, retirement and the senior years. The gathered narratives are about men and women who are poised at life-changing crossroads, giving readers a chance to wonder about the path they will cho... more

  • Nicholas' First Nativity

    by Agnes Kay-E
    Nicholas' wish is for his father to attend his birthday. A failed plan and Danny, his frenemy, adds salt to injury. There's only one way to upstage this frenemy: the school play must be the best event of the year.

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