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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Pinnacle Lust

    by Michelle Dim-St. Pierre
    In a Tel-Aviv hospital during Operation Desert Storm, Sharon Lapidot, a beautiful young nurse, is having an affair with a married doctor. Sharon's colorful and exciting life is ultimately destroyed by powerful and eroding mistakes. But her courage and wisdom lead her to an unregretful commitment. Vividly told, this compelling journey of love and lust, honor and betrayal, loss and redemption, will move you--and perhaps even change you.
  • Flash 40: Life's Moments

    by Janelle Jalbert

    MOMENTS… Beginnings, Middles & Endings Make up Everyday Life. What happens when those moments intersect with what Is Beyond? You’re invited to experience life’s moments. Share in flashes that propel lives forward through a variety of beginnings. Experience the in-between times where lessons are learned and life is sustained through the daily grind. Enjoy moments in the middle that are gifts of synchronicity, serendipity, and downright comedy. Find out how endings may be nei... more

  • The Great Carp Escape

    by Irish Beth Maddock
    Tadpoles, clams, and minnows–WOW! For siblings Beth and Paul, growing up on a lake and exploring the wonders of aquatic life is fun, until the children encounter a startling, “fishy” find along the shoreline. When the kids discover the moustached, scaly blue carp they found lives in the marsh near their home, they become afraid. Seasons pass and Beth and Paul avoid the swampy reeds at all costs–until a natural occurrence brings about a life-or-death situation for the creepy looking carp, righ... more

    by Rodger Christopherson
    Illusions is an unusual tale of love, adventure, intrigue and mystery as Reed meets enigmatic Kyara who has come back from the future to renew their connections from past life reincarnations. Not only does he fall in love with her all over again, he also re learns how to disappear and reappear at will as well as to be able to time travel and visit alternate realities where he meets Kyara and himself living out other life choices they have made. Some are probable worlds where there were totally d... more
  • The Mystery of Rascal Pratt

    by Robbie Scott
    Set on the shores of San Francisco Bay in 1866, this adventure tale tells the story of twelve year old Emma Green who finds her world turned upside down when her father takes an assignment as a lighthouse keeper at Point Bonita, a remote rock on the California coast. At first isolated, Emma manages to make friends with the son of a powerful rancher and with the granddaughter of a Native American Indian. But when a mysterious shipwreck survivor washes into their cove - a feverish boy ridiculously... more
  • Dev and Ollie: Kite Crazy!

    by Shweta Aggarwal
    Dev has just unwrapped his favourite birthday present…a cool new kite. But he doesn’t know how to fly it! Grandpa claims to be an expert and promises to teach Dev tomorrow but Dev is too impatient. Ollie, Dev’s magical bedtime owl, comes to the rescue. Together they set off on an action packed journey to one of the largest kite festivals in the world in Gujarat, India. The pleasure of kite flying doesn’t come easy though. To Dev's surprise, he has to work hard to get his hands on a kite an... more
  • Hopeful Homer

    by Glynis M Belec
    Breakfast is always better in the barn, according to Homer. The flies are juicier. The beetles are bigger. The only problem is, Homer forgets to pay attention and before he knows it he finds himself in a pickle.
  • Hairy Harold and his extraordinary trip to New York

    by Andres Quintero
    Clara the Rabbit realizes she is tired of her small town and looks for an opportunity to escape to thrilling New York City. Her hairy friend Harold, a gorilla, goes along on the adventurous trip that pushes him to face his biggest fear. In the end, Harold will make a great sacrifice, one that will reveal the way back home but will also help them both realize the true meaning of friendship. Hairy Harold and his extraordinary trip to New York is devoted to ordinary characters who discover somethin... more
  • Ripples Through Time

    by Lincoln Cole
    Calvin is alone for the first time in over sixty years, and he is discovering that it's more difficult than he ever would have guessed. A long time family friend, Edward White, comes to visit and check up on him. Edward is worried because he knows what Calvin is planning, and he just hopes he isn't too late to help. Help, though, isn't always the easiest thing to offer, and it can be even more difficult to accept. Told from multiple perspectives, this is a story of love, loss and forgiveness.
  • The Ghost, Josephine

    by Brad Rau
    Once hailed as a local hero for orchestrating the rescue of two lost tourists, Barry Cook has worked hard to put that reputation to rest. Whether he was ever truly clairvoyant or always just a fraud, now—with every other option exhausted, with his freedom and family home in jeopardy—there’s little choice but to return to that old role. Barry knows it’s treacherous business. When tampering with the paranormal the divide between life and death can get confused and negotiating that line becomes an... more
  • "Simmer and Smoke: A Southern Tale of Grit and Spice"

    by Peggy Lampman

    ASSEMBLE INGREDIENTS: Shelby Preston—a young, single mother trapped in a hardscrabble life in rural Georgia—escapes her reality as she fantasizes herself a respected chef in a kitchen of gleaming stainless steel and pans shimmering with heat. Mallory Lakes—an Atlanta newspaper food writer—may lose her job, and searches for her muse in a shot glass of illusion.

    SIMMER: Mallory secures her job by crafting a zealous doppelgänge... more

  • The Forgotten Flapper: A Novel of Olive Thomas

    by Laini Giles
    A presence lurks in New York City’s New Amsterdam Theatre when the lights go down and the audience goes home. They say she’s the ghost of Olive Thomas, one of the loveliest girls who ever lit up the Ziegfeld Follies and the silent screen. From her longtime home at the theater, Ollie’s ghost tells her story from her early life in Pittsburgh to her tragic death at twenty-five. After winning a contest for “The Most Beautiful Girl in New York,” shopgirl Ollie modeled for the most famous artists in N... more
  • Jordan's Angel

    by Joe Hoffman
    Tom Jordan and Alex Sanders meet for the first time, preparing for a flight from Houston to Paris, and things are going quite nicely. Sparks immediately kindle in this new relationship. Shortly into the trip a number of situations occur, spelling disaster for their aircraft and passengers. Their only hope of survival lies in the hands of a small Maine volunteer fire department and the spirit of tom's late best friend.. Together they hold the lives of the passengers and the future of Tom and ... more
  • Passage Oak

    by K.M. del Mara
  • Whitebeam

    by K.M. del Mara
    A little girl growing up with her guardian in a secret glen, high on the shoulder of a mountain in Scotland, imagines her parents are really two of her favorite people. When she is told that her father is actually Robert the Bruce, King of Scotland, she resists him with every particle of her being. She becomes enmeshed in his battles, though, when he forces her to leave her beloved mountain and uses her as a spy against the English army. At the very moment when she begins to understand what moti... more
  • Eureka Valley - Grandfathers' Grandfathers

    by Lisa Doerr
    Who won America’s Civil War? Lycurgus Bell and the more than 100,000 Southern soldiers who fought for Abraham Lincoln thought they knew. They were wrong. Eureka Valley – Grandfathers' Grandfathers tells their story. Grounded in northwestern Wisconsin’s glacial landscape, this powerful tale unravels the roots that bind a modern rural couple to their ancestors, Lycurgus Bell and Wood John Johnson. Born to an Alabama family loyal to the Union, Lycurgus serves in Lincoln’s Civil War army... more