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  • Reyyan's Penance

    by Waleed Khan
    Reyyan is just eleven when the Soviets torture and execute his beloved elder brother in front of him and his mother. Devastated by the loss of her firstborn, she too gives up life moments later, leaving Reyyan an orphan. After the Soviets withdraw from his Afghan village, Reyyan’s faith in goodness unravels, forcing him to fend for himself, and in so doing, caring little for others. Eight months later, Reyyan is adopted by his wealthy Afghan-American aunt, who is intent on protecting her si... more
  • Hope: A Story of Devotion

    by anthony morena
    Dr. Nancy Glacieux’s world got turned upside down. Why was the department of Homeland Security knocking on her door? As they drove her away she realized how everything went so very wrong . . . This debut novel examines how devotion affects the decisions we make; how we extend ourselves for those we love; and how our beliefs and morals are challenged when faced with what life puts in our path. You’ll follow our heroine as she battles the insurance companies, parents, the US Gov’t, and her ex-hus... more
  • The Odyssey of Falling

    by Paige Crutcher
    Meet Odd. Audrey “Odd” Ashworth is an exceptionally bright girl with a sympathetic heart. She’s in the top 4% of her class. She’s obsessed with getting into Manhattan School of Music, committed to following the “signs” the universe delivers, and infatuated with the boyfriend of her recently deceased best friend. Life is a little strange for Odd. Until she finds her best friend’s diary in her crush’s car, and decides to do the bucket list tucked inside the pages. As Odd seeks closure and a way ... more
  • One of Three

    by Mary Tumbusch
    When Claire Longley finds a knapsack containing three journals written by an Irish immigrant their lives become entwined with the successes, failures, secrets, and long-buried wounds that haunt them both and how she finds the strength, through his words, to make the changes in her life she desperately needs. In this first of three novels, One of Three, Claire is a present day Hydrologist whose project entails collecting water resources data to determine if there is enough ground water to suppor... more
  • The Blueberry Patch

    by Laura Lee Royale
    A mother and daughter battle mental illness in very different ways. Janet Robbins is determined to take her medication for bipolar affective disorder but her mother, Helen Kendrick is rebellious and refuses to cooperate with her doctors or take her beneficial medication. As a result, Helen's behavior leads to highs and lows that frighten her family. Janet tries to be a good patient but encounters obstacles beyond her control. "The Blueberry Patch" opens eyes to the stigma mentally ill patients f... more
  • Life Over Death

    by Grant Fletcher
    The story follows Tom Roddin on his journey to use the mysteriously received ‘gift of Hope’ – the ability to create 10 miracles in exchange for 10 deaths for the people of his own choosing. Dealing with the power of the gift and the consequences of his choices takes him on a soul-baring journey that tests his moral foundation and redefines the boundaries of situational ethics. Seemingly confident toward the end of his journey in his role as a gifter, Tom’s world quickly unravels with a series of... more
  • Fantastik

    by C. A. McGroarty

    Destiny...Charlie Boone's will be found on a cross country trip with a complete stranger, but why?

    Jake Mott, an ex-con convicted of murder, and Charlie Boone, a city bus driver, are complete strangers; however, when their worlds collide, both of their lives are forever changed.

    Born the son of a schizophrenic woman, Charlie lives in his boyhood home with his wife and two kids, caring for his sick mother.  Tormented by unsettling dreams and frightening visions since child... more

  • The Lion of the Cross: Tales of a Templar Knight

    by T.M. Carter
    William de Scotia’s gentle blood flows with the ancestry of Scottish Kings and the malevolent taint of the murderous Lion of Islam, Sultan Baibars I. Born to an innocent mother, who was stripped of her nobility and dignity, then sold into bondage by a diabolical Genoese slaver, William is the lesser son of the Mameluk Sultanate and fated to be his eldest brother’s elite guard. When his barbarous father is suspiciously poisoned, his eldest brother ascends the throne and William prepares to embrac... more
  • ZANETA IN OLD VENICE ISBN 9 781939029263 LOC Control No. 2014917968

    by Dolores V. Filandro
    The book is set in the late 1400's In the Venetian Republic. Zaneta and her family are threadbare aristocrats who are anticipating an inheritance. When Zaneta encounters a young beauty at the bedside of their sick donor, she despairs. Then she recalls the phrase "the poison is the dose" Instead of jail, she is able to expiate her crime in Assisi. There are bitter disappointments before she can fashion a new life. In digressions, two traders discuss historical events: such as 1453 battle of ... more
  • Klara with a K

    by Sandy Berman
    After liberation from the horrors of Buchenwald Concentration Camp, eighteen-year-old Klara Werner is given a unique opportunity to leave the past behind and forge a new life and fresh identity in the American South. Driven by her mother's final advice to "survive at any costs," she married the army doctor who treated her after the war-and sets off to enjoy unfamiliar freedoms in the the city of Atlanta, Georgia. But Covering up her past becomes increasingly burdensome, as Klara begins to real... more
  • Numbers!

    by Lynne Dempsey
    Help Coco and her neighborhood friends count from zero to ten and back down to zero. Along the way, add, subtract, and count the dog bones.
  • Take the Dog Out!

    by Lynne Dempsey
    "Take the Dog Out!" is a Readers' Favorite 2014 Gold Medal Winner for Children-Animals. "Take the Dog Out!" is a picture book intended to build a child's reading confidence. It has fun illustrations, repetitive text, and sight words. In addition to reading the story, a child can find hidden dog bones, count the barks, and look for something red on every page.
  • Operation Werwolf

    by Tom Kane
    At the end of World War II the Allies discover a Nazi plan to destroy London with a nuclear bomb. The race is on to avert nuclear annihilation and to steal the Nazi secrets... from each other.
  • I Saw Your Profile

    by Rhonda Swan
    A fast-paced drama sprinkled with humor, I Saw Your Profile takes an intimate look at online dating and relationships. Arianna Singleton, a widow and mother of two who moves to Philadelphia to further her career as a journalist, finds herself lonely in the city of brotherly love. She joins an Internet dating site, hoping to meet that special someone. After several comical dates with duds, she thinks she’s finally found a stud in Chauncey, a handsome and charming personal trainer. Nicol... more
  • That Witch Ripped Up My Flowers

    by Michele Lynn Seigfried
    A little princess just wants to plant her flowers. But, a mean witch rips them all up! What is the princess going to do? Find out in this fun story! This book, told in rhyme, teaches children about finding solutions to problems and helping others. For children ages 2-8.
  • FRANKINCENSE AND MYRRH: The Story of the Stable Mice

    by Dr. Jeannine Mizingou
    This is an imaginative story of the first Christmas, as witnessed by the stable mice. A brother and sister mice who live in the hayloft become known as Frankincense and Myrrh. An unknown mishap takes place in the stable, causing the mice to keep the gifts of the magi from falling over. The blessing of that day, the tale shows, covered all of heaven above and the earth below.