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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Remembering: Valley of Artisans - Book 1

    by AmyLu Riley
    River Carter arrives in the Valley of Artisans to reopen her family’s pottery shop, excited to shape a life of her own. She’ll be creating the art she loves, and helping to make the town into a thriving tourist destination once more. But will lingering challenges from River’s mold-injured brain threaten her dreams? Gradual memory gains feel more like a bane than a blessing, when they dredge up a shattered friendship she’d rather forget. And could River’s remaining cognitive deficits and do... more
  • An Otherwise Perfect Plan: A Novel of Mystery, Love, and of Chocolate that Defies Description

    by Ken Schafer

    An Otherwise Perfect Plan is a contemporary coming-of-age story narrated by Gwen, a quirky teenage girl who infuses it with sarcasm, hyperbole, and wild flights of fancy, all as she tries to make sense of her life with a single mom working two soul-crushing jobs, dysfunctional high school teachers, and her unruly emotions with a mind of their own.

    Gwen knew her mom had dropped out of college to have her, so when her mom is offered a life-changing opportunity th... more

  • Véronique’s Moon

    by Patti Flinn

    How does the journey end?

    Véronique Clair’s story continues as the Frenchwoman from Burgundy joins two other apprentices on a journey across France to the home of Madame Jeanne du Barry, former mistress to deceased King Louis XV. Motivated by her dream of sewing for the wealthiest women in France, Véronique soon finds that dream side-tracked as she struggles to fit into this new world. Everyone at the Chateau du Barry—from fellow servants to the abusi... more

  • Grandma Told Me the World Is Alive

    by Daisy S.
    "Why does the sun shines?" "Why is the sky so high?" Through the easy examples, grandma tells the important relationship between the world and us. Inspiring love, life, and growth — a heartwarming story for everyone.
  • 979-8386794866

    by Jon Oregon
    Roland discovers a magic stone, and has to protect it from his older brother.
  • Rescuing Crockett

    by David Z. Pyke
    When a portrait triggers hope that David Crockett didn’t die at the Alamo, sixteen-year-old Silas Grant and a handful of Texas Revolution veterans embark on quest for the truth. They investigate the stories of Alamo survivors, follow the trail of the Mexican army’s retreat, and pursue a witness to the final moments in the Alamo. The odyssey turns lethal as layers of the mystery peel away to reveal a shocking secret.
  • The Benevolent World Banker

    by M.K. Nielsen

    In this work of contemporary political fiction, economist David Pedersen moves from Denmark to Washington, D.C. to join the World Bank. He is driven by two burning ambitions: to fight poverty and to build a family better than the one from his childhood.

    The World Bank brings genuine rewards, frustrating challenges, and the unexpected; while in West Africa, he is held hostage for ransom.

    Pursuing an ethical, happy life becomes a balancing act with surprising twists, including passi... more

  • Choosing Sides

    by David K. Wessel
    Choosing Sides tells the story of an ordinary family's response to the rise of tyranny in Nazi Germany, with some members choosing to actively endorse and support the Third Reich, some reluctantly accepting the new regime, while others resist the Nazi Party and a few opt to leave the country.
  • Two Sisters of Fayetteville

    by Tamar Anolic
    Seventeen-year-old Joanna Upshaw and her sister, sixteen-year-old Hannah, are two of twelve siblings in an insular, conservative, and evangelical Christian family- same as the Duggars, whose reality show they watch on TV. Joanna in particular is exhausted by the demands of helping her mother with the housework and childcare attendant in such a large family. She is also beginning to realize that she doesn’t measure up to her parents’ vision of a perfect Christian woman- or to any of their strict ... more
  • The Healer's Miraculous Discovery

    by Stephen Robbins
    CLEVELAND IN THE '60S was a dirty, gritty city, torn by racial and ethnic tensions, heading down a tunnel of failure. Those fortunate enough to live in the suburbs were able to ignore the problems of the city as they were largely isolated in their own enclaves. The Katz family, however, had one foot in each world as they left their suburban home daily to manage the family hardware store in the ghetto. Working one summer for his dad, 13-year-old Stevie finds an object that sets his life and futu... more
  • Not Your Shoe Size

    by Jennifer DiVita
    Julia and Colette are life-long best friends who couldn’t age more differently. Julia is a goody two-shoes who embraces her gray hair, wrinkles and geriatric sneakers. Colette is as tough as old boots who never gives up searching for the elusive fountain of youth wearing stilettos. Their experiences of growing up and growing old clash, decade-by-decade, starting when they're 10 and are forced to write their own obituaries. Despite being at odds on whether to embrace their age or defy it, they ti... more
  • Black Cat White Cat

    by Stef Hickman
    Join Duncan and Moses - two unlikely friends as they show the animals in their town the power of acceptance and friendship. With their positive attitude and a willingness to embrace differences, Duncan and Moses teach us that being unique is truly great. This heartwarming tale is a must-read for children of all ages, as it reminds us to treat others with kindness and respect, no matter how different they may seem
  • I Cried...But I Never Gave Up

    by D M Cummings
    Mary had no desire to improve her life by leaving the rough neighborhood where she lived. She was definitely not fair when it came to the needs of her two children, who have different fathers. Currently in a relationship with her young daughter, Neisha’s father Brian, she often placed Neisha on a pedal stool while Damion, a splitting image of his father Swav, was treated like an unwanted stepchild. Damion was constantly bullied and often pressured, not only by his peers, but also by a close ad... more
  • Byrd's Luck & Other Western Stories

    by Jeffrey J. Mariotte
    Western stories by Jeffrey J. Mariotte have appeared in collections alongside those of legendary writers like Louis L’Amour, William Johnstone, Elmer Kelton, and Loren Estleman. Now, BYRD’S LUCK & OTHER WESTERN STORIES collects ten of his own riveting tales of the wild West. Brand-new stories include “Byrd’s Law”—a sequel to the Spur Award and Peacemaker Award finalist “Byrd’s Luck,” costarring Cody Cavanaugh—the hero of his own action-packed novel trilogy—and the first-ever prose story feat... more
  • Grandma's House is Haunted

    by Stephen Bowling


    Everything is fun until nighttime comes. Are the howls in the dark only in their imaginations or do ghosts and goblins become real when the full moon rises?

    The children love visiting Grandmother. Playing great games and reading cool books goes perfectly with eating her delicious cookies and cakes. But when bedtime comes and off go the lights, things get a little scary as they say their goodnights.

    The kids shiver at the creepy sounds from the attic a... more

  • 979-8404078862

    by Marlayne Giron
    A benevolent king; his sword of power. A ruthless traitor bent on revenge and the faithful Son who stands in his way with the woman destined to share his throne. Who shall emerge the victor in this epic battle between good and evil to rule the lives of hapless men?