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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Maid of Morgan's Point

    by Robert Wuench
    In 1821, Mexico declared its independence from Spain. The sparsely populated Mexican Empire north of the Rio Grande stretched from California to the Gulf of Mexico and inland to the border of the Louisiana Purchase. But the powerful Nununu, the Comanche, claimed much of the same territory east of California and Arizona as the soil of their ancestors. Others called the Numunu sacred ground Comancheria, Land of the Enemy. Barely 25 years later, Mexican Texas and most of Comancheria had been c... more
  • Sherlock Holmes & the Ripper of Whitechapel

    by M. K. Wiseman
    I am afraid that I, Sherlock Holmes, must act as my own chronicler in this singular case, that of the Whitechapel murders of 1888. For the way in which the affair was dropped upon my doorstep left me with little choice as to the contrary. Not twelve months prior, the siren’s call of quiet domesticity and married life had robbed me of Watson’s assistance as both partner and recorder of my cases. Thus, when detective inspector Lestrade of Scotland Yard required a lead—any lead—I found myself forc... more
  • The Lost Diary of Alexander Hamilton

    by Sophie Schiller
    1765. Alexander Hamilton arrives in St. Croix with his family to begin a new life. He longs for the chance to go to school and fit in, but secrets about his mother’s past threaten to tear his family apart. When he sees a young African slave being tortured, Alexander vows to act. He urges his uncle to buy Ajax and promises to set him free. But tragedy strikes when his father abandons the family and his mother dies of yellow fever. Orphaned and alone, Alex is forced to survive by his wits alone... more
  • The Cuckoos

    by Anne Carter Aitken
    Plot summary of THE CUCKOOS The story is set in England, where cuckoos spend the summer living a carefree life before they migrate to South Africa for the winter. They don’t build nests, and they lay their eggs in other birds’ nests. Henny Cuckoo believes that the way thing ARE is not the way they HAVE TO BE. She is ready to find new paths, regardless of what others might think. She starts by persuading her mate that instead of laying their eggs in other birds’ nests, they should build ... more
  • The Separated Woman

    by Theodore Sjogren
    In one single 54,000-word sentence, The Separated Woman gives new significance to the phrase "stream of consciousness," demonstrating what it means to be fully immersed in a work of fiction. The intensity of this immersion is crystallized by its brutal simplicity as the novel reveals the mind of one man--possibly a serial murderer--talking to a detective in a late-night cafe′.
  • The Unexpected Adventures of Remi

    by Shweta Roy
    Pet life doesn't meet Remi's expectations. The little canine finds out that humans are more technology-obsessed with barely any time for their pets. She teams up with a few friends from the Creature-World and leads a movement called ‘The Petinists’ to conquer back human affection. A number of unexpected twists derail Remi's plans but in the end, she manages to win it all.
  • Digital Marketing For Restaurants

    by Restaurant Funnel
    Concentrate on daily guest satisfaction knowing you have in place a trackable and predictable Restaurant Sales Funnel with the right digital marketing for restaurants.
  • Mike's Mourners

    by Pat Murray
    Crazily, young Mike sets out on a mission to sleep with a hundred grieving women, unknowingly spurred on by dark events from his childhood. He happily continues on his quest, carefully keeping his activities from his girlfriend, Marie, and her wary family, until he comes across the widow of a local gangster. Although she temporarily throws him off track, he regains his focus with his project taking him as far as Seville and as close as his own doorstep. He knows he will never find lasting love f... more
  • Enlightened

    by Judie Nance
    The story is about a young Egyptian girl named Neriyah who lived on the Nile River with her family. Her love for her father took her to a new and dangerous place. But her courage and bravery brought them home again. Neriyah wants every girl to know that if you stand up for what is right, you will be heard
  • Between Lions and Lambs

    by N.T. McQueen
    Ezekiel Clemens is the world s most notable televangelist. At his side is Gerald Lambough, who serves as his janitor in hiding the sinful secrets of this righteous man. On the day of one of their largest televised meetings, the two encounter a mysterious stranger that rattles their teetering lives and sends them both on a journey of revelation and repentance where dark secrets are revealed, faith is tested, and lives are forever altered. Simple yet complex, N. T. McQueen s Between Lions and Lamb... more
  • Threads: A Depression Era Tale

    by Charlotte Whitney
    It's a boring, hardscrabble life for three sisters growing up on a Michigan farm in the throes of the Great Depression. But when young Nellie, digging for pirate treasure, unearths the tiny hand of a dead baby, rumors begin to fly. Narrated by Nellie and her two older sisters, the story follows the girls as they encounter a patchwork of threatening circumstances and decide to solve the mystery.
  • Silver Moon

    by Jenny Knipfer
    Silver Moon, the third book in the series: By the Light of the Moon, paints a stunning and poignant picture of life on the home front in Webaashi Bay, Ontario, and of three men who are a part of the Canadian Expeditionary Force during WWI. Shamed into joining the war, the tide turns for Luis Wilson when he is steered into the depths of espionage. Injured and presumed missing, will he lose his heart to the very woman who presented him with a white feather? Oshki and Jimmy offer a grim pers... more
  • Optics: A Novel About Women and Work and Midlife Muddles

    by Gail Reitenbach
    Nobody prepared Kris Wright and her friends—the G7—for the toughest trial of adulthood: unemployment after age fifty. All her life, Kris assumed that working hard and doing the right thing would ensure a full and satisfying career. When she unexpectedly loses her job, she’s forced to reexamine those assumptions, reinvent herself, and regain control of her identity. In this tightly written coming-of-middle-age novel set in Albuquerque, New Mexico, female friendships and changing family dynamics p... more
  • Inquisitive Gwendolyn

    by Diane Dee Dee Thompson
    Inquisitive Gwendolyn is a delightful story of a precocious Phoebe and her first few days of life. The youngest of five, she has so much to learn while in her busy, full nest. She asks many questions and soon knows why her egg had spots, how bugs taste, why her mom has missing tummy feathers and so much more. Most importantly, she learns that asking questions is a good thing. ​ All illustrations are from original photography and artistically enhanced.
  • Grandman Dean Goes Big Shopping

    by Warren Martin
    Join Pop Pop and his Grandman Dean as they spend the day together and go Big Shopping
  • Sunny Days

    by Jesse Byrd
    When a Natural Disaster visits Martine’s colorful little neighborhood, she thinks of a clever way to help people get back on their feet! In this incredible story, Award-Winning Author Jesse Byrd teams up with Master Illustrator Anastasiia Ku to Create a Picture Book of Laughter, Perspective & Hope.