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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Serge Backwards

    by Rob Gruen

    Before his entire town, Serge Everett 's invention malfunctions, sending him backwards in much the same way as a character in a movie reverses when a DVD rewinds at a brisk 1-1/2 times speed.

  • The Doctor's Daughter: Journey to Justice

    by Belle Blackburn
    Everybody, including her mother, believes that Kate's father committed suicide. Determined to prove otherwise, Kate sets out on a fascinating and sometimes hysterical journey through antebellum law and medicine. Set in 1860s Nashville and told with a biting wit, determined Kate finally discovers the truth - but at what cost? Will she ruin her own life trying to defend the life of her dead father?
  • Victoria's Choice (Victoria's Journey Book 2)

    by A'Mera Frieman
    In Victoria's Choice, the highly anticipated sequel to Victoria's Beginning, Victoria discovers that the decision she made on her wedding day has terrible consequences. Trapped in an abusive marriage, Victoria allows the darkness to give her comfort in her despair. She travels back to Carson, and we catch up with some of our favorite characters: Big Mama Chandra, Grandpa Ed, and her aunts, Charlotte and Mary. Temptation rears its head in the form of a lost love, but a heartbreaking loss gives Vi... more
  • Victoria's Beginning (Breaking the Line Books Book 1)

    by A'Mera Frieman

    Breaking the line: Victoria’s Beginning follows the life of a young Christian girl, Victoria Roberts. Born with White skin and blue eyes to the embarrassment of her darker skinned Black parents, Tess and Clyde, Victoria faces rejection and colorism at an early age. Tess and Clyde send Victoria away to Dallas to live with her childless aunts, Charlotte and Mary. Charlotte is a wealthy widow, and Mary is clairvoyant. Mary has seen the difficult road ahead fo... more

  • Spirit Talker: The Legend Of Nakosis

    by Tom Coles

    A young Shaman comes of age amid the primordial wilds of North America in this epic tale of adventure, magic, love and loss, and spiritual fulfillment.

  • The Ugly Bureaucrat

    by H.J. Lassek
    Jeff Vinton, tempered by Vietnam firefights and bureaucratic turf wars, achieves meaningful victories for the powerless in the early years of the War on Poverty. But his promising start turns sour just as he becomes entangled in an ugly divorce. Along his trek Vinton nurtures government’s positive role but experiences its destructive force as well. Overseeing this from afar is Bob Elam, a successful businessman intent on changing outcomes when he becomes governor. But Elam is co-opted by ... more
  • Seven for the Revolution

    by Rudy Ruiz

    Seven characters. Seven stories that capture uniquely American slices of the Latino immigrant experience. Seven explorations of humanity, longing, suffering and hope that beckon for America to reconsider and revolutionize its views of immigrants and immigration. Winner of four 2014 International Latino Book Awards, including 1st Place for Best Popular Fiction and The Mariposa Award for Best First Book – Fiction: Seven for the Revolution.

  • Problem with Pets

    by Asher jones
    Problem with Pets is a book about watching what you wish for. Through the antics of his many many wild pets a young boy learns by the end of the book that just one pet is just right.
  • Andrew Murray Destined to Serve: A Biographical Novel

    by Olea Nel
    For lovers of historical fiction about Christian heroes of the faith A boyish and fun-loving Andrew Murray arrives back in South Africa after being ordained at the Hague on his twentieth birthday in 1848. He soon discovers that his preaching lacks the power displayed by his heroes of the faith. He therefore decides to embark on a quest to become a powerful preacher filled with the Holy Spirit. But not long after his appointment as pastor to the Dutch emigrants beyond the borders of the Ca... more
  • The Investment

    by Douglas Shawn Blakeny II
    Highly touted college quarterback RJ Robinson is considered to be a worthwhile investment by many people in his life. Ever since he was a child his family, friends, and even adversaries have recognized his potential of one day becoming an NFL star. They’ve all invested in him; some want to see him achieve his dreams, while others view him as an opportunity for profit. RJ must see through the glitz and fake smiles to figure out who’s in his life to support him, and who’s only in it for themselves... more
  • Blue Sky

    by Brian Kindall

    Wind, snow, rock, and ice are all Blue Sky has ever known. Raised in the highest crags of the Alps by a herd of ibex, her life feels mysterious and surreal. Blue Sky's father was a fallen alpinist, and her mother his beautiful dying dream. From this unusual and magical beginning, Sky is gifted in other-worldly ways. But she wants something else. When she rescues a young climber from a stormy peak, she learns of the world of humans that exists beyond her high mountain home, and longs to be... more

  • The Candle Star

    by Michelle Isenhoff
    After a moment of high spirits—a tantrum, her mother called it—Emily is sent from the plantation to her inn-keeping uncle in Detroit. There she meets Malachi, the son of freed slaves, who challenges everything she’s grown up believing. With plenty of bumps and humor, their abrasive relationship develops into respect, then friendship. But when Emily stumbles upon two runaways hidden in her uncle’s barn, she finds that old ways die hard. And Mr. Burrows, the charming Southern slave catcher, is lod... more
  • Solstice of the Heart

    by Rhonda Burnaugh & April Garner
    The first novel, Catch a Falling Star, is an emotional journey about being willing to trust, the risk of loving again, and the pain of letting go. Michael, Sera, Anni, Joe, and DJ become a united family as they deal with events that forever alter their lives, including the loss of one of their family members. Blood Moon on the Rise continues their journey as they struggle to move forward and mend emotional wounds from the past. Their lives become complicated by the arrival of a stranger that lea... more
  • That Losing Feeling and Other Stories

    by Christopher Alexandrov
    An attorney who has never lost a case finally tastes defeat, and it frees him… A young man falls in love with his soulmate only to be separated from her by family and fate... A mother and son try to connect as they both struggle in the cutthroat culture of Hollywood's Golden Era... A mysterious fortune teller casts a spell on a worldly photographer, changing both of their lives forever. Each of these stories comes alive in the first collection of short fiction by Christopher Alexa... more
  • Catch a Falling Star

    by Rhonda Burnaugh
    Catch a Falling Star begins in Marysville, California with the return of the prodigal town hero, pop star Michael Dolanski, who is attempting to conceal a medical condition from amorous fans. Roman Catholic priest, Joseph di Blasio is a troubled man who has chosen his vocation for all the wrong reasons and meeting Michael does nothing but challenge his beliefs. Complications arise when the girl who stole Michael's heart many years ago returns, and decides to find a way to rekindle their romance.... more
  • Silver Bunny and the Secret Fort Chop

    by Eileen Wacker
    Today is Friday. Silver Bunny is at taekwondo practice, but wishes she was surfing and hanging with her friends instead. She convinces them to stop what they are doing and join her on a mission. They will build a hidden clubhouse named Fort Chop and film action videos to upload to FujiTube so they get famous. But sometimes, things don’t go as planned...

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