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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Mr. Scraps

    by Taylor Holden
    Inspired by the true story of a dog named Rip who was the first search-and-rescue dog during the Second World War, Mr. Scraps is a heartwarming story of courage, love and devotion that will appeal to parents and children alike.
  • The Sense of Paper

    by Wendy Holden
    Charlie, a war correspondent turned author, haunted by her worst journalistic experiences, turns to the history of paper and the materials of JMW Turner to distract her from her failed marriage and the ghosts of her past. Her research brings her into contact with Alan, a highly successful artist and Turner scholar. She falls under his seductive spell, only to discover that Alan has plenty of ghosts of his own. Aroused by his sensuality, drawn inexorably into his troubled past, and finding parall... more
  • Seventeen Seas

    by Bronwyn Elsmore
    One ship, a handful of Kiwis, a few Australians, 1600 Brits. Seventeen Seas tells their stories through ten countries, fifteen ports, across seventeen seas, for forty-six days. This work of creative non-fiction tells of a journey from New Zealand to the United Kingdom by ship. Anyone who has taken such a trip will recognize situations and typical characters of the cruising public.
  • Every Five Minutes

    by Bronwyn Elsmore
    Gina, if that is her real name, wakes to an autumn morning and, against her better judgement, selects a light dress to wear to work. Deliberately, she misses the bus and walks into the city, then turns and walks back home. This is not a day for work. Tomorrow, in her navy pantsuit, she will be there. Today she will spend with a white dog and a remarkable man. Every Five Minutes is also about the colour cornflower blue, beaches, parks, city streets, exotic places, coffee, flowers, polished stones... more
  • Blood Blossom

    by Daryl Hajek
    Two long-separated sisters and their mysterious mother battle wits over an estate, but that's just scratching the surface. This general fiction book is a family drama with a dark-humored twist, mystery, suspense, and action.
  • Circles in the Water

    by Robert Hays
    When Colletta and Jimmie witness the brutal killing of a playmate’s father in a domestic quarrel, the innocence of childhood is lost forever. Little do they realize that the repercussions will follow them into adulthood. Jimmie is left with a sense of helplessness and an unwitting habit of taking the easy way out, while Colletta finds solace in pain-killing drugs. Still, the love between these childhood sweethearts surely is forever. Through a series of unplanned events, the unbreakable bonds am... more
  • The Bully Buster

    by Andrew J. Aulner
    In this young adult tale, a high school freshman named Billy Brians stands up to Freddy "Cougar" Brown, a notorious bully, by becoming a would-be superhero (the eponymous Bully Buster) but also learns the importance of faith.
  • The Great Quilboar Race: The Lonely Quilboar: The Great Quilboar Race

    by samantha griggs
    The quilboar are going to the great quilboar race this year. the question on every quilboars mind is who will win?
  • the lonely quilboar

    by samantha M. Griggs

    The lonely Quilboar needs a friend. so he sets out on an amazing journey to find one. he'll face many obstacles on his way through the forest. will he find the friend he's been searching for?

  • The Indian Ridge Stories

    by Mark Richard Luther
    A Synopsis of the Indian Ridge Stories By Mark Richard Luther The Indian Ridge Stories is a smorgasbord of stories that uses Indian Ridge, which is a small town in upstate New York as character within the background of each told tale. Richard Tarbox; the first narrative is about an artist, writer by the name of Richard Tarbox who has a fear of death and is haunted by a recurring night terror, which has plagued him since childhood. The s... more
  • The Life and Death of Lizzie Morris

    by Robert Hays
    Life is good for Bradley Morris, an aging but vital World War II veteran, except for the nightmares and horrible memories of long-past days in combat. With his beloved wife Lizzie at his side, he travels back to the battlefield in Sicily where he was mortally wounded and his best friend died, and finds that facing his demons head-on helps bring peace of mind. But now he suddenly faces a far more painful situation: the potential loss of Lizzie, who appears to be in good health one minute and suff... more
  • Starlet's Web: The Starlet Series, #1

    by Carla Hanna
    Starlet's Web, book one of The Starlet Series by Carla Hanna is a memoir of fictitious Hollywood teenage starlet Liana Marie. Seventeen-year-old Liana is on top of her game and has an Oscar to prove it. However, her success, like several in Hollywood, has a big price tag. It is not easy balancing the life of being a teenager and being a big star. She is trying to live her life the best way she can, hooking up with some cute boys along the way, and fighting off unwanted advances. Then she realize... more
  • Turkey and Mr. Bear: Unlikely Friends Discover the Meaning of Holiday Spirit, Together.

    by Jessika Daly
    When Turkey shares his enthusiasm for Thanksgiving with Mr. Bear, he learns that he has no idea what that holiday really means. With wild ideas about birthday cake, fireworks and stockings hung by Santa, he soon finds out what Thanksgiving is all about. What does that mean for Turkey?
  • Father, Son, Stone

    by Allan H. Goodman
    Father, Son, Stone blends history and mystery to reveal the secret of the most controversial religious site in Jerusalem—known to Jews as the Temple Mount and to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary. In the year 2035, a grandfather and his grandson enter the Dome of the Rock on the Temple Mount. The grandfather, speaking Arabic, tells his grandson why Jews no longer pray at the Western Wall. The grandfather's story begins in 1967 during the Six-Day War, with three Israeli paratroopers fighting in ... more
  • The Script Doctor

    by J.M. Villaverde
    What does it take to succeed as a Hollywood script doctor? For starters, the ability not to offend the stars you work with. That’s the challenge that faces screenwriter Gareth Dyer. The novel follows Dyer as he travels to exotic locations on assignments for a well-known director and famous stars. Dyer’s a very insightful writer, which is what gets him into trouble. He sometimes confuses what he perceives and what he invents. As a result, his script rewrites reveal truths that are emb... more
  • The Liberty Flower

    by katie hanrahan
    Since the fall of Charles Town, Sarah Mahon has found success as a spy for the partisan militia, until Jack Ashford comes ashore. She soon learns that she cannot judge the enemy by the color of his uniform, because a willing man can be made to change his colors by the right woman. It is a discovery that her rebel father does not share. As she is courted by Lt. Jack Ashford of the Royal Navy, those she thinks are allies actively sabotage the relationship that would take Sarah away from the Low Co... more