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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Command the Raven (An Uncivil War) (Volume 2)

    by M J Logue
    February 1643, the beginning of the English Civil War and for once Captain Hollie Babbitt thinks his luck's turned. After a typically daredevil assault on Prince Rupert's elite cavalry troop, he's presently in favour with the Army of Parliament's commander. He's also personally in favour with Luce Pettitt's fragrant Auntie Het. And although they haven't managed to break Luce of the poeting habit, he's turning into a competent and capable officer. But what seems on the surface to be a minor promo... more
  • Red Horse (An Uncivil War) (Volume 1)

    by M J Logue

    October 1642

    When idealistic young poet Luce Pettitt volunteers as a junior officer in the Army of Parliament, he expects to take up arms in the noble cause of liberty against the tyrant King, Charles I.

    What he takes up instead is a post with a scruffy ex-mercenary who couldn’t care less which side he’s fighting for, so long as he gets paid, and an equally disenchanted cavalry troop.

    Captain Hollie Babbitt doesn’t expect the world to do hi... more

  • A Wilderness of Sin: An Uncivil War (Volume 3)

    by M J Logue
    June 1645. After their rout at the battle of Naseby in Northamptonshire, King Charles' forces are in disarray, their last hope the loyal hardcore in the West of England. Colonel Hollie Babbitt, following the Army of Parliament westwards, has a degree of sympathy for His Majesty. His own troop of rebels, Anabaptists and horse thieves is in almost perpetual disarray.... But with the creation of the New Model Army, Hollie is being forced to make his own last stand, as a spokesman against this new i... more
  • The Smoke Of Her Burning (An Uncivil War) (Volume 4)

    by M J Logue
    Yorkshire 1644. When Hollie Babbitt's old nemesis Prince Rupert relieves the siege at Newark, freeing up a cavalry force to hammer Fairfax's garrisons in Yorkshire, it looks as if the gallant Parliamentarian defenders will be overwhelmed in the North. But after a fierce attack is repulsed, the Northern Royalists retreat to their foothold at Selby, with its vital strategic command of both the Ouse and the road to York. It will be hard. It will surely be bloody. But will Hollie's rebel rabble be t... more
  • The Basquiat Bounce: Great art can be anywhere

    by Chris Murphy
    Acclaimed Abstract artist Sun Yat Pill has just had his most successful Gallery opening. After the exhibition, he goes home and retrieves the painting he has been working on for the last 2 years, his masterpiece, 'The St. Matthew'. With painting in hand, he takes the subway to the South Bronx. On a deserted ghetto block, he leaves 'The St. Matthew' in the backseat of an abandoned, rusted Volkswagen Bug. With his mission accomplished, he returns home and promptly hangs himself, committing sui... more
  • Mercer Street (American Journey Book 2)

    by John A. Heldt
    Weeks after her husband dies in the midst of an affair in 2016, Chicago writer Susan Peterson, 48, seeks solace on a California vacation with her mother Elizabeth and daughter Amanda. The novelist, however, finds more than she bargained for when she meets a professor who possesses the secret of time travel. Within days, the women travel to 1938 and Princeton, New Jersey. Elizabeth begins a friendship with her refugee parents and infant self, while Susan and Amanda fall for a widowed admiral and ... more
  • September Sky (American Journey Book 1)

    by John A. Heldt
    When unemployed San Francisco reporter Chuck Townsend and his college-dropout son, Justin, take a cruise to Mexico in 2016, each hopes to rebuild a relationship after years of estrangement. But they find more than common ground aboard the ship. They meet a mysterious lecturer who touts the possibilities of time travel. Within days, Chuck and Justin find themselves in 1900, riding a train to Texas, intent on preventing a distant uncle from being hanged for a crime he did not commit. Their quick t... more
  • The Mirror (Northwest Passage Book 5)

    by John A. Heldt
    On September 11, 2020, Ginny and Katie Smith celebrate their nineteenth birthday at a country fair near Seattle. Ignoring the warnings of a fortune-teller, they enter a house of mirrors and exit in May 1964. Armed with the knowledge they need to return to their time, they try to make the most of what they believe will be a four-month vacation. But their sixties adventure becomes complicated when they meet a revered great-grandmother and fall in love with local boys. In THE MIRROR, the sequel to ... more
  • The Fire (Northwest Passage Book 4)

    by John A. Heldt
    When Kevin Johnson, 22, goes to Wallace, Idaho, days after his college graduation, he expects to find rest and relaxation as his family prepares his deceased grandfather's house for sale. Then he discovers a hidden diary and a time portal that can take him to 1910, the year of Halley's comet and the largest wildfire in U.S. history. Within hours, Kevin finds himself in the era of horse-drawn wagons, straw hats, and ankle-length dresses. Traveling repeatedly to the same time and place, he decides... more
  • The Show (Northwest Passage Book 3)

    by John A. Heldt
    Seattle, 1941. Grace Vandenberg, 21, is having a bad day. Minutes after Pearl Harbor is attacked, she learns that her boyfriend is a time traveler from 2000 who has abandoned her for a future he insists they cannot share. Determined to save their love, she follows him into the new century. But just when happiness is within her grasp, she accidentally enters a second time portal and exits in 1918. Distraught and heartbroken, Grace starts a new life in the age of Woodrow Wilson, silent movies, and... more
  • The Journey (Northwest Passage Book 2)

    by John A. Heldt
    Seattle, 2010. When her entrepreneur husband dies in an accident, Michelle Preston Richardson, 48, finds herself childless and directionless. She yearns for the simpler days of her youth, before she followed her high school sweetheart down a road that led to limitless riches but little fulfillment, and jumps at a chance to reconnect with her past at a class reunion. But when Michelle returns to Unionville, Oregon, and joins three classmates on a spur-of-the-moment tour of an abandoned mansion, s... more
  • The Mine (Northwest Passage Book 1)

    by John A. Heldt
    In May 2000, Joel Smith is a cocky, adventurous young man who sees the world as his playground. But when the college senior, days from graduation, enters an abandoned Montana mine, he discovers the price of reckless curiosity. He emerges in May 1941 with a cell phone he can't use, money he can't spend, and little but his wits to guide his way. Stuck in the age of swing dancing and a peacetime draft, Joel begins a new life as the nation drifts toward war. With the help of his 21-year-old trailbla... more
  • The Star

    by Michele Breza

    "Journey with this tiny star as it seeks its purpose in the Milky Way Galaxy and discovers that it is destined to participate in a wonderful Christmas event."

    Vivid illustrations complement this spectacular and unique re-telling of the birth of Baby Jesus.

    SILVER MEDAL WINNER in 2016 Illumination Awards!

  • Alabama Stories

    by John Isaac Jones
    Alabama Stories is a collection of short works lifted from the life of native son William Vernon “Billy” Johnson. Haunting, harrowing and gloriously-moving, these stories represent an intense examination of Billy’s childhood and young adult years in the Cotton State. Meet the colorful characters Billy knew during his Alabama years. There was Boone, the tight-lipped, physically and emotionally crippled farmer who had a psychotic love for his invalid wife. You will never forget Annie, the lone... more
  • From Above and Below (The Stories of M.E.) (Volume 1)

    by Justin Judkins
    Not wanting to share the garden they have each unknowingly worked on , Mason and Elliott split up to go it alone,only to discover that working together is much better than working separately.
  • Myths and Rhymes

    by William Poe
    Myths and Rhymes is a collection of poems based on thoughts jotted down in drug rehab. The recovery process included writing, which I used to explore my fears, tragedies, hopes and fantasies. It became imperative for me to sort out what I believed about God, spirituality, and to weave the truths of science into a personal cosmology. In addition to that, I needed to come to terms with being a gay man. The journey that led to drug addiction began in my late teens as an idealist young man who g... more