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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Absolute Mayhem

    by Kelly Suellentrop
    Lulu and Milo do their chores and follow the rules all week long. But what happens when Absolute Mayhem comes to play on the weekend? This rhyming read-a-loud children's book celebrates the fantasy and fun of imagination with vivid illustrations, while also subtly encouraging the need for order and balance. Children will love the adventurous mayhem Lulu and Milo find themselves in. And parents will appreciate the reminder of all things in moderation.
  • Flight of the Wren

    by Bowen Swersey
    When Norsemen first came to her remote village in Lapland, Hilja became an orphan. After studying with the tribe's Medicine Woman, Hilja returns home to find the entire village sacked. She embarks on an epic journey across Finland and Norway to free her tribe from slavery. Hilja's journey is set against the backdrop of the end of the Viking Age, when Christianity finally gains a foothold in Scandinavia. We also follow the coming of age of Cnut Sveinsson and Olav Haraldsson under the tutelage... more
  • When A Drone Strikes

    by Alex Castillo

    Annabella de la Cruz has it all. Beauty, riches and she is courted by countless governments and bachelors.  She's a world-famous gemologist and has a wealthy, playboy new client.

    But no one knows her secret.  She's really Alex Castillo, a CIA agent closing in on the terrorist responsible for her father's death in the 9/11 attacks.

    Until a drone strike takes away everything.

    Now haunted by PTSD, Alex returns to her small hometown where she works wit... more

  • Kolby Rae

    by Fritz Nordengren
    He’s unplugged and she’s connected. When they become lovers, it changes both of their lives for the better, until a journalist digs deeper into the past. As the public spotlight shines brightly on their relationship, they struggle with the public and private questions of who they are. She is Nashville singer-songwriter Kolby Rae, who wrote the best-selling country song of the last 20 years. The record label loved it so much, they told her to let another singer make it a hit. Nine million sales l... more
  • The Rogue Queen

    by Marcia Maxwell
    In the year of grace 1308 Isabelle of France marries Edward II of England, becoming his Queen Consort. She soon discovers, however, that the king is not the man of her dreams but rather an unstable, erratic individual who prefers digging ditches and thatching roofs to running the country, coupled with a dangerous obsession for greedy and ambitious male favorites who do not like sharing the king's favors. Isolated and powerless in the English Court, Isabelle struggles to protect herself and her c... more
  • A Grandfather's Blessing

    by John Alexander
    In this second chapter book Amber and Autumn go to an estate sale in an old home and discover a secret room in the library. They purchase an ornate chest they find in the room and later uncover its hidden mysteries that lead them on an adventure they won't soon forget.
  • The Christmas Garden

    by John Alexander
    In this first in a series debut chapter book, elementary school sisters Amber and Autumn investigate wild rumors of a witch in a haunted house. Enjoy their exploits as they discover the truth and bring the whole town together in the process.
  • See You

    by Dawn Lee McKenna

    You will laugh loudly. You will cry ugly. You will find it hard to forget Jack and Emma. 

    Sometimes the promise of something is so good that it's worth having, even when you know that you can't keep it. 

    See You is not a romance, but it is a love story, one filled with the rawness of risk and redemption and the dry humor that is the backbone of the South. 

    Emma has loved Jack since she was a little girl. But he was more than 20 years old... more

  • Never Waste Tears

    by Gloria Zachgo
    Each had their own reason to leave everything they knew. The land was free—the true price—was often high, where opportunities and tragedies were in equal abundance. Those who were strong, didn’t waste their tears, but used them wisely to help wash away their grief. Joined together through friendship and family relations, Rebecca, Nathan, Hannah, Carl, and Sarah tell one story—each in their own voice. Never Waste Tears travels with them on their trek to homestead on the lonely Kansas prairie, whe... more
  • Rosabelle

    by Linda Harrington
    Jane Williams is an 11-year-old girl growing up in 1970s New Zealand, a farming nation at the bottom of the world. Living on the outskirts of a small rural town, her family have no telephone, no fridge, and use an outside toilet. However, Jane's family does own a promising racehorse, Jane’s pride and joy — Rosabelle. When the family falls on tough times, Jane finds out that all is not as it seems in Woodville. With the help of her Italian best-friend and Scottish teacher, will Jane b... more
  • The Dog Called Hitler

    by Walerian Domanski

    The Colletion of 63. short stories "The Dog Called Hitler", full of humor, satire, and dramatic events.

  • Where Gringos Don't Belong

    by Robert Joe Stout
    \tEarly in the evening of November 25, 2006, George Bynum, the protagonist of Where Gringos Don’t Belong, leaves his Mexican novia Patricia among anti-government protest marchers in the city of Oaxaca, Mexico and returns to his apartment to finish a report for his employers, the Rural Development through Education Center. Before he can finish, his cell phone rings. “They’re attacking! Killing..! They won’t…stop!” Patricia’s voice rings in his ears. He rushes out, hoping to find her, but blinded ... more
  • The Agony of Keeping Secrets

    by Saber Saleuddin
    The novel tells the fascinating story of seven friends whose lives and loves interweave over the course of twenty five years and across three continents and several religions. The friends relocate to advance their careers, fall in and out of love, and suffer successes and tragedies. The story begins with Kamal, a brilliant pre-med student, driven by his passion to cure eye diseases of the poor.. With much of the action set in medical facilities throughout the world, the readers get an insider'... more
  • A Chasing After the Wind

    by Jim Carson
    No one was supposed to get hurt. Young Mack Shannon, of black-Irish descent, was the driver for the two robbers. He was just the driver. He didn't steal the money and he didn't shoot the cop, but when it comes down to the nitty-gritty, it's him the cops are looking for. What Mack doesn't expect is for his affluent uncle and aunt to take him under their wing and train him to be the most formidable force Memphis has ever seen: a disciplined, educated man of wealth, with a fearless passion for su... more
  • Heaven Has No Regrets

    by Tessa Shaffer
    *Based on a TRUE STORY* Faith and Makenzie weren’t just cousins, they were best friends. And no matter what life threw at them, no matter what they lost, they would always have each other . . . until Faith got sick, and time was like its own disease. Hear each girl’s struggle and survival from their own point of view as they tell their story of life, love, and letting go. Walk with the narrator as she moves through an unwanted end, to a new beginning. Keep moving through the emotional journey to... more
  • Traveling Light

    by Jeff Tompkins

    Traveling Light tells the dramatic story of a young woman whose carefully planned future is up-ended by her impulse-buy of a used Honda Civic. Casey Hansmeyer is a recent graduate of Brown University who discovers, within days of buying her car, the dubious allure of I-95, that non-celebrated, non-wonder of an interstate highway which she can easily access from her home in Providence. Thoughts of grad school start to fade once Casey begins going for longer and longer drives on the hi... more