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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • White Powder Fences

    by Ingrid O. Duva and Betty O. McAleer
    Josefina, the main character, is a young girl destabilized by her parent’s messy separation. She immigrates from Colombia and lives with her mother in a single parent home in Washington Heights, New York. Her intermittent peace is brief as her parent’s on and off relationship continues. Josefina speaks of her life as a young immigrant in New York sharing a series of anecdotes and dives into details of the destructive relationship with a neighborhood boy. She struggles to free herself of the l... more
  • Indigo Lake

    by Courtney Pierce
    Television interviews can be tricky, especially for the Dushane sisters. When best-selling author Olivia Novak is asked to appear on a New York talk show for her new book, The Executrix, she isn’t prepared for the invitation to include her two middle-age sisters, Lauren and Danny, and also Danny’s spoiled therapy dog, Pogo. If the trip from Portland, Oregon, isn’t enough of a fiasco, the interview becomes a three-sister calamity. Slip-ups from Danny and Lauren about two other books―their moth... more
  • The Executrix

    by Courtney Pierce
    Portland, Oregon’s own best-selling romance author, Olivia Novak, should have been entering life’s third act with a sparkling clean storybook Tudor, a serious book under her belt, and a real-life romance with her husband of thirty-two years. Instead, her husband was killed in a hit-and-run the police have shelved, and she’s too worn out from her own obsessive three-year hunt for the culprit to write. Now, her mother has died. As the executrix of the estate, which doesn’t amount to much, Olivi... more
  • Indigo Legacy

    by Courtney Pierce
    If there’s one thing author Olivia Novak loves more than books it’s family dirt. The success of her deceased mother’s best-selling novel begs for further investigation to find out if the so-called fictional murder is true. But Olivia has one complication: the new love of her life, 62-year-old attorney Woody Rainey, is connected to the story through his mother, too. And now, dead mothers tell no tales. Cracking open the family “dirtball” requires a call to Olivia's street team in Portland, Or... more
  • Perfect Pests

    by Jennifer Krzak
    "On a bright sunny day, Teddy went for a walk." Thus, begins an eye-opening adventure for Teddy and all young readers. By the time the adventure is over, they will have learned that not all things are as they seem. A bossy sister along with three perfect pests make their discovery possible: a pesky mosquito, a group of hungry ants, and a very noisy cicada. Children will come to delight in Teddy's curiosity and willingness to learn. And, along with Teddy, they will open their hearts and minds to ... more
  • No Sad Songs for Me 978-1721620180

    by Daniel Fleischhacker
    No Sad Songs For Me You're gay and proud of who you are. Four gay teens live by this motto, though at times it’s difficult. Franklin High isn’t exactly the ideal place to be if you’re gay. Barry Chase, Chi-Chi Cavasos, Denny Sheldon and Jade Parker, the gay quartet, have carved out a place of respect among the Franklin student body, and school life is tolerable, if not ideal. Home life is a totally different story. Barry, 17, is a bright kid, a computer geek, but his father is dead and his m... more
  • The City Heroes and other stories from the Heart of Africa

    by Omoruyi Uwuigiaren
    Tonight during story time take a trip to the heart of Africa. Make new friends including a clutter of cats otherwise known as The City Heroes. Follow a pair of jungle ants as they rescue their friend from a raging storm. Tag along with a country boy as he hunts wild birds to prepare a feast for his father’s arrival. Understand the true meaning of mercy and charity when a stranger is caught stealing eggs from a farmer. Help a baby named Thomas find his way home after he strays from his father’... more
  • I

    by zeyan zyrus
    What makes a book the greatest of a generation? A book buried under thousands of paper-bricks, so ornate any typical description will end up lacking, souls eternally trapped in it, its dusty pages craving human touch. Somewhere far from god, immortal words gushing out of its crack, and it's only the beginning. Below are few random snippets... A cargo ship anchored at the southernmost city of the world is headed my way. Only after a month of membership, you were allowed to have a compl... more
  • Handy Howie

    by Lizz Howe
    Join Howie, a loveable mechanic as he joyfully helps everyone he meets with the tools on his tail. Howie encounters many colorful characters and exciting vehicles from morning until night and proves there is nothing he can’t fix!
  • Solar Power

    by Manu Krish
    Solar power is one of the fastest creating essentialness sources on earth. Daylight based power is moreover the most promising essentialness source. Sun controlled essentialness creation is the minimum costly strategy for making power when stood out from substitute resources. The sun fueled board system association new york give the best sun based sheets to the customers. The sun fueled photovoltaic cells convert the sun radiation into power. This effect is known as photovoltaic effect. Solar po... more
  • The Adventures of Nihu

    by Omoruyi Uwuigiaren
    This novel is a classic legend of a young hero’s magical journey through a fantasy world where he is tested with incredible challenges that can only stem from the soul of the author’s genuine African culture and vivid imagination. Being falsely accused of a crime, Nihu, a tribal African boy, is banished to the Lonely Forest. In order to regain his freedom, he must find a way to defeat the unbeatable and confront challenges that draw analogies to our own realities. Like The Lord of the Rings, thi... more
  • The Lupanarium

    by Adele Leigh

    In a dystopian Ancient Rome, enslaved prostitutes are brainwashed to eat and sleep only after sex. Love is a concept exclusive to the elite. Sex is a means of survival for the powerless.

    During the last days of the republic, a surly teenage girl called Matt-Lin is trafficked to the titular brothel, where she uses a hidden strength and intelligence to seek a way out.

    The Lupanarium is the first book in The Many Trials of Matt-Lin and Jak, a series t... more

  • Dinosorcerers

    by Nathan Milner
    Nine-year-old Charlie Appleday, curious to expand his already-expansive knowledge of dinosaurs, sneaks into a museum’s restricted area and encounters Beeon, a member of an ancient group of dinosaur wizards called dinosorcerers. Beeon believes Charlie may have the ability to reunite him, at last, with the dinosaurs who were magically transported to another planet 65 million years ago and saved from extinction.Charlie winds up contacting an ambitious and ruthless dinosorcerer, who, upon learning t... more
  • Sealed with a Twist

    by V. A. Givens
    Her friends were turning against her. Her rival was taking over her life. Her mind had been warped by a gypsy curse...and she still can't get a date. In her quest for true love, Ricki Nichols had been ready to give her all. Now she has to fight to get it back.
  • The Outlandish and the Ego

    by O. Ryan Hussain

    The Outlandish and the Ego is the first in a new genre of literature: political erotica. This wild and comical satire follows two parallel stories that ultimately converge and blend into a new American reality. One side of The Outlandish and the Ego plays out with the Aide, who relentlessly seeks to maintain his power as he maneuvers his president for reelection. The Aide's ruthless appetite for victory comes to life in the form of wife swapping, partnering with a corporation hungry ... more

  • Body of Knowledge

    by A M Matthews
    After years of working for other biotechnology companies, Susan Glasser has achieved her dream and opened her own research laboratory in the San Francisco Bay Area. Following numerous unsuccessful trials, she has finally gotten a positive result from a new biologic she is testing. But before she can assess her discovery, this brilliant but socially awkward research scientist finds her life upended by a series of unrelated events. Forced to confront and deal with problems well outside her areas o... more

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