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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Troll

    by Richard Sutton
    At what point did humanity learn to fear each other? To hate? Paleo-Anthropologist Ariel Connor thinks she knows. She just can't prove it yet, but her newest find, high in a Norwegian Valley may give her the proof she needs. Those scary stories we've told our children to keep them from roaming too far outside the gleam of the porch light may have come from real incidents, many, many years ago. While Dr. Connor's excavation continues, the story of what happened is slowly revealed. Two clans are c... more
  • The Gatekeepers

    by Richard Sutton
    How do you keep a secret from family? Is there any point in trying? The O'Deirgs must protect their ancient Irish legacy. But their family is growing steadily and violence creeps closer than they know. Their simple life is upended again as lost family returns from America. The Irish Civil War, raging in the cities, now threatens to engulf a close family member in its terrible struggle. Maybe the blame lies with the local butcher, his shady secrets and his well-spiced sausages, or on the O'Dei... more
  • The Red Gate

    by Richard Sutton
    An unexplained drowning...a muddy fall. The story begins with a rainy funeral in Dublin in 1912. A very traditional, Western Irish sheep raising family are harboring a secret holding them to their land and to an ancient promise. A chain of unexpected events, a dark discovery and an ancient secret all threaten their future. In the process of finding the truth, they must put aside personal failings and open up their lives to defend what is rightly theirs. A devious plan hatched by a greedy acad... more
  • Finding Family

    by Sharon Vander Meer
    What happens to a widow whose quiet life is interrupted when an estranged niece arrives on her doorstep with three children and a dog of questionable breeding in tow? From the moment they blow into her life on a windy fall night and Krank the dog pees on her carpet, Lilly Irish begins a life-changing journey. Always one to do the right thing for the right reasons, Lilly takes them in knowing her resources are limited. Between the dog tearing up one thing after another, and the older boy tangling... more
  • Alaska Virgin Air

    by Izzy Ballard
    Fairbanks, Alaska? Adventure, -40 °, bears, moose . . . husband-school dropout of an ex. Yikes! Abigail Vertuccio, reluctant clairvoyant, has three simple goals in \tlife. One. Don’t let people find out about her infuriating habit of seeing the future. Two. Stop seeing the future. Three. Get as far away from her her past (and that means Alaska) as possible. \t\t She thought she’d succeeded when she hopped in her ancient motor home and hit the road. Only now she’s back in Alaska – Grandma’s ord... more
  • Perfect Girl

    by Michele Gorman

    Cinderella meets Falling Down in this wickedly funny tale about having it all, whether you want it or not

    Carol can just about keep her nose above water, but her life is sinking fast. As the only woman on the bank’s trading floor she spends twelve-hour days trying not to get sworn at or felt up. Not that her personal life is any easier. Her mom treats her like the family’s personal assistant, her sister has just saddled ... more

  • The Label

    by Candace Clark
    Evan Snyderman is an Atheist who runs for Student Council in his central Illinois high school in order to get public prayers at meetings, sporting events and before school tests stopped. But, the Evangelical students at the school refuse to allow this to happen and will do whatever they can to stop Evan on his quest. Along with his five friends, Evan has to tolerate verbal, emotional and physical abuse in order to even the playing field and get the respect that they desire.
  • Monica Raven Delusional


    Monica Raven is an extremely attractive, high maintenance, over achieving Magazine Editor. She is the complete epitome of a Diva, with a large bank account, and an even larger ego. She's a woman who seemingly has it all; the big house, the fancy cars, the career, and the adoration of every man that she meets....even the ones that she doesn't think she wants. Her Go-Getter attitude constantly puts her in the spotlight, and she loves being there. Priding herself on being a desirable tem... more

  • Learn To Tie A TIe With The Rabbit And The Fox

    by Sybrina Durant
    If a child has mastered the tricky task of tying their shoe laces, they’re ready to have fun learning to tie a tie with the rabbit and the fox. This beautifully illustrated story book is based on the age old tale of a very hungry fox chasing a frightened little rabbit through the forest in pursuit of dinner! Around a tree, under a bush and over a log they go, until the rabbit just barely escapes the fox’s snapping jaws, into the safety of his cozy burrow. Boys love action and adventure ... more
  • How Patrick the Polar Bear and Chris Mouse Saved Christmas

    by Paula M. Ezop
    How Patrick the Polar Bear and Chris Mouse Saved Christmas, is a night before the night before Christmas adventure. It is an amazing adventure, which will delight and entertain children of all ages during the most magical of all seasons. Allow me to introduce the cast of delightful characters: •\tFirst and foremost are Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus. •\tThe heroes, Patrick the Polar Bear and his best friend tiny Chris Mouse. Chris is the Mouse Timekeeper in charge of loading presents on San... more
  • Crocodile Mothers Eat Their Young ISBN 9780990715801

    by Avi Morris
    Crocodile Mothers Eat Their Young is the story of Tina Diaz, who along with her sister Sellie, encounter unspeakable abuse at the hands of their mother and her male friends, and are forced to live in a series of foster homes. Ultimately, after the sisters experience a temporary stay with newly licensed foster parents Roberta and Harold Allen, Tina alone returns to the Allen home. Together they learn to love each other even as they learn how to manage life ruled by bureaucratic requirements even... more
  • 1066 What Fates Impose

    by G K Holloway

    It's mid 11th century England and King Edward has no successor. There are many claimants eager to take the crown. Power struggles break out in court and there are enemies abroad. Harold Godwinson, Earl of Wessex, is seen by many as the only man fit to replace the old king. He has powerful friends and two women who love him but he also has enemies who will stop at nothing to gain power. Intrigues and assassinations pave the way to the Battle of Hastings.

  • The Moth and the Sun

    by Gary Bernard

    "The book begins with a prologue about a fictional Parisian artist/author who showed his drawings to children and asked them to write their own stories to go with the images. Those who did were then given the precious gift of realizing their dreams. When the artist was very old, he wrote his own story to accompany a set of drawings, leaving the last page empty, asking whoever found the story to write their own dreams on the page and tell others to do the same." — J. Chambers... more

  • 978-0-9938903-0-7

    by Susan Fish
    Ithaca is the story of how sudden change comes into a slow life. For 39 years, Daisy Turner has been a professor’s wife, typing his notes and helping out. The centerpiece of her life is a weekly open house—a dinner party that always features soup. And then, one day, her husband drops dead. Daisy has nothing to hold onto—except, perhaps, the soup. Then, suddenly, Daisy finds herself entangled with a man whose wife is disabled, mothering a young environmental activist farmer, and swept into ... more
  • If You Were ... Alice in Wonderland

    by Gerry Gaston
    The first game book ever about Alice's Adventures in Wonderland! What if Alice decided NOT to drink the potion? What if Alice just got up and LEFT the tea party? What if Alice decided to STAND UP to the Queen? These choices, and many more, are yours to make as YOU guide Alice on her Adventure in Wonderland!
  • Poetry For Christmas: Twelve Inspirational Poems For The Holiday Season

    by Orna Ross

    The mid-winter holiday provides the perfect space to indulge the pleasure of poetry and in this pamphlet, you’ll find a poem for each of the twelve days of that holiday season. All these Christmas poems circle around the story we’ve been telling for 2000 years about what happened in Bethlehem on a certain 25th December. Some of them reassert that story, some challenge it, some see it as purely symbolic — but all are engaged with the deeper questions that underwrite it.

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