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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Jesus' Silent Years series

    by Vance Shepperson
    All four novels in Jesus’ Silent Years follow the classic path of the hero. Jesus starts in a no-name village, a mudhole in between nowhere and not much else. He goes down, down, and further down. Then, in this final volume, he rises to a far greater plateau—a life of goodness, compassion, and intimate relationship with his Father and followers. It’s all about character, wrapped in a story.
  • Harper's Rescue: A Novel of Redemption in the Civil War - 2nd edition

    by Sean Kevin Gabhann
    Harper’s Rescue consists of three interwoven character-driven plot lines. In the first plot-line, James (Jamie) Harper risks the trust and respect of his men, which he earned in the Harper’s Donelson, by giving the appearance of a lazy, profligate, whore-hound, while operating under secret orders to investigate potential espionage in the brothels owned by the Bosleys and Miss Eleanor. He develops an affection for one of the working women, Maggie, who is the manager of Eleanor’s gentlemen’s c... more
  • Texas Quest

    by Betty Willis

    Christian Schulz takes a treachereous voyage from Germany to Texas in 1872 in order to avoid almost certain death in the German military. He meets with many trials and triumphs in this journey to find a new life, friends and love, in the early history of Texas.

  • Lala Rosa Girls

    by Najoua Martin
    Lala Rosa is a lively hair salon in urban Rotterdam. Amidst the chaos of fuming hairdryers, loud music and endless cups of coffee, Souad and Layla expertly wield their scissors. Hatim, the charming owner of the place, comes and goes as he pleases. Other men are not allowed in the salon, except as a topic for gossip. At Lala Rosa, women are able to reveal their true selves and cut loose. One day Hatim introduces the girls to F’dila, their new colleague. She has come to Rotterdam with the same des... more
  • Ellery's Magic Bicycle

    by Maria Monte

    A touching picture book about a remarkable childhood bond between a little girl and her magic bicycle, perfect for children ages 4 to 7 and for fans of The Giving Tree.

    Inspired by the author's own childhood adventures, this heartfelt story will take readers on a whimsical journey through Ellery’s childhood with her magical bicycle in tow. Ellery and her bicycle share many wonderful new experiences together; lonely yet curious Ellery finds adventure, ... more

  • Second Chance Magic

    by Michelle M. Pillow

    Parnormal Women's Fiction with Romantic Elements
    ​NYT & USAT Bestselling Author, Michelle M. Pillow

    Secrets broke her heart... and have now come back from the grave to haunt her.

    Lorna Addams’ life is not turning out like she expected. After a very public embarrassment, she finds it difficult to trust her judgment when it comes to new friendships and dating. She might be willing to give love a second chance when she meets the attractive Wil... more

  • ACE The Black Stallion

    by Ann Feifel
    For horse lovers of all ages from pre-teens to adults: Ace the Black Stallion, a captivating story about Ace, a beautiful black colt, born with a tragic start in life, and sixteen-year-old Julia, who suffers two devastating losses. They both struggle to overcome their hardships. Julia picks up the pieces of her life, and Ace matures into a stunning stallion. Puzzling events occur when a neighbor’s filly goes missing first, then Ace disappears and searchers come up empty-handed. ***B... more
  • Las Vegas Homes Where dreams meet reality

    by real estate
    For many people, the sight of the dazzling lights of the Las Vegas Strip is enough to drive them to invest in Las Vegas homes for sale. The bright city lights, and the excitement of gambling has attracted many visitors to Las Vegas. It is not surprising at all that so many investors are finding out about the real estate properties that can be found in this prime piece of real estate. The Strip is actually consisting of seven hills, but you can find all sorts of accommodations in the southern pa... more
  • The Blitz Bus

    by Glen Blackwell
    Emmie let out a huge sob – “It’s not a film set”, she cried. She held onto Jack for a moment, then took a step back, closed her eyes and shouted - “WHERE AM I?” When Jack and Emmie suddenly find themselves transported back to London in 1940, they find a world both familiar, yet very different. As they dodge falling bombs and over-zealous policemen, they befriend Jan - a lonely Polish refugee. Together, they must work out if the shadowy figure they keep seeing is a spy and unlock the secret of... more
  • River of Forgiveness

    by K. Lorraine Kiidumae
    “ i fear no fate(for you are my fate,my sweet)…” Painted against the backdrop of e.e.cummings poetry, Chopin’s Nocturnes, and the unleashed passions of the times, River of Forgiveness is a coming-of-age story set at the close of the Second World War. Eighteen-year-old Sydney Archumbault’s chance encounter with an older British stranger awakens her longings to the exuberant power of her one true love, forever altering the course of her life. Intrigued by this educated, artistic man, whom she late... more
  • Where hands Go

    by Krystaelynne Sanders Diggs
    Where Hands Go is the brand new book from the Kids Again Foundation designed to teach children when it is all right to be touched, and by who, and when it is wrong. Handsomely illustrated and thoughtfully written, this is a must read for every family with young children.
  • Jeremy's Night Time Adventure

    by Linda Boddison
    Jeremy the spider goes on a little walk before bedtime. He notices that his legs are changing colour and he wonders why. At the end of the story all is revealed and Jeremy is very surprised
  • An Old Picture and Other Stories

    by Sarah Key
    A short story anthology. An old picture a young girl wanted to show is received by bitter reactions. A young, tormented man decides to join a nationalist party. Two detectives are on the hunt in a brutal murder case. Another day in the city leads to a violent end.
  • A Small Hotel

    by Suanne Laqueur
    It’s the summer of 1941. Europe is at war, but New York's Thousand Islands are at the height of the tourist season. Kennet Fiskare, son of a hotel proprietor, is having the summer of a lifetime, having fallen deeply in love with a Swedish-Brazilian guest named Astrid Virtanen. But the affair is cut short and the young lovers permanently parted, first by Astrid’s family obligations, then by America’s entry into the war. The rigors of military life help dull his heartache, but when Kennet’s bat... more
  • Silhouettes of Time

    by Maya Mitra Das
    These intriguing tales by Maya Mitra Das take us on wildly imaginative journeys to exotic and sometimes alien landscapes - introducing us to infinitely curious moments in time, space and memory.
  • Thursday Night Special

    by Chandra Steele
    In this collection, love and grief pass each other in the night and sometimes on train platforms. Occasionally they find themselves mingling at the same party or mixing in dreams. A woman memorizes her new identification numbers in a waiting room in the afterlife. A man transcribes letters for a living but cannot find the words he needs. A couple sells everyone, including themselves, on their lifestyle. A sex club is an unexpected setting for a sweet encounter.