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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Passover

    by Jeff Yocum
    Dr. Chris Malone investigates 75 mysterious deaths for the CDC. All deaths occurred within a 12 hour period in three remotely located communities spread across the country. Peculiarities from Malone's investigation lead her to Tudos Pharmaceuticals, a drug manufacturer known for innovation and humanitarianism. The founder is Jakob Bauer, 75 years removed from liberation from Auschwitz.
  • Philosopher of Stories

    by David Herman
    A philosophy professor named Herbert Blauer seeks to pioneer a new field of study he dubs "story philosophy," in part to make sense of his own life story, with all its twists and turns. He morphs from a struggling student into a former faculty member who, having been rejected for tenure, tries to retransform himself yet again--but into what? Blauer imagines a reciprocation of romantic love, writes a personal ethic about the difficulty of knowing what to value, undertakes graduate study after... more
  • The Lost Safari

    by Mark DaSilva
    A family trip to Africa turns into a nightmare when 15 year old Jake and his parents become stranded when their rental car becomes stuck. They face lions, hyenas, and even deadly rhino poachers as they try to survive the night alone without any guns, cell phones or park ranger help.
  • Coronach

    by Kimberley Jordan Reeman
    SCOTLAND, JULY 1746: an army of occupation ravages the Highlands, committing atrocities with consequences that will reverberate across generations. From this bloody cataclysm, the battle-hardened English soldier Mordaunt saves an infant who will become his heiress and his obsession; and on his shattered estate a traumatised Franco-Scottish laird, Ewen Stirling, offers refuge to a boy damaged by unspeakable horror. These lives, bound by fate, unfold against the turbulence of the eighteenth ce... more
  • Catching Dreams and Letting Them Go

    by Tim Seid

    Joe and Denise Cole are an average couple enjoying life until Denise is diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. While Joe is seeking to achieve his goals in life, he must devote more and more of his time to caring for his spouse. Joe develops an app called DreamCatcher intended to detect dream sharing. Meanwhile, their life's journey presents them with greater obstacles to overcome. Joe lives out one of his lifelong dreams of pedaling across the U.P. of Michigan. As Denise's health deterio... more

  • Milo Does Not Like Mornings: A Tiny Ninja Book

    by Sasha Graham
    For every parent who has ever struggled to get a kid out of bed in the morning, and for every kid who has ever struggled to stay there! Milo is a boy who loves to run, and jump, and climb, and laugh, and swing. But NOT in the morning. In the morning, Milo doesn't like to move a muscle. When Milo's mom tells him that she has an important meeting in the morning, Milo PROMISES her that she can count on him. But when the sun comes up, will Milo listen to his Tiny Ninja or will he stay f... more
  • Monty and the Monster

    by Rhonda Smiley
    When seventh grader Monty Hyde moves for the fourth time in two years, it’s the same old story. New neighborhood, new school, new bullies. With his dad working all the time and his older brother too popular to notice, he’s the lonely outcast yet again. That is, until he discovers a mysterious replication serum in his basement and decides to make a friend. From scratch. But when his creation turns out to be a stinky, hairy eight-foot-tall monster that might be snacking on the locals, Monty kno... more
  • Founding Stones

    by Abbe Rolnick
    Trouble simmers in a small Pacific Northwest town when generation of secrets collide. Hannah, the daughter of the largest berry farmer in the county, searches for her voice after her twin sister dies from cancer. She jumps into the controversy around immigrant worker a the farm, and naively causes further problems. Her boyfriend Luis, forced to live without his deported family, seeks his place within the American dream. His elderly friend Joseph, an undocumented immigrant from Russian, eme... more
  • To Hold the Throne: A Novel of the Last Maccabee Princess and King Herod the Great

    by Joni Okun
    Historical figures and events meet page-turning fiction in Joni Okun's compelling debut novel. To Hold the Throne breathes life into the extraordinary story of King Herod the Great and Mariamne, the last Maccabee Princess, told in alternating points of view. Fueled by shifting political tides in Rome, the Triumvir Marc Antony disrupts the longstanding Maccabee Dynasty of Judea when he crowns Mariamne's new husband, Herod the Great, as King, setting off a firestorm of power-grabbing, betray... more
  • FACE -2- Face with Putin

    by Kenyon Kane
  • Call Me Mora

    by Cachline Etienne
    Things aren't always what they seem... Mora has never been the social type. In fact, she enjoys being invisible and out of the limelight. With a scholarship to maintain, Mora’s goal for the year is to stay out of trouble, get good grades and maybe, just maybe catch the eye of her long-time crush Stefano. When Mora miraculously catches the eye of Stefano, everything begins to change. Soon, she’d introduced to a world of friends, partying and glamour. With her newfound popularity Mora’s confi... more
  • The Gap: Fort Indiantown

    by John Witherow
    To fly. A childhood fantasy fulfilled, a lifelong goal accomplished. Fresh from rotary-wing flight school, 22-year-old Lieutenant Mark Ashford arrives for his first duty assignment at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania, wanting nothing more than to master the art of flight. But he learns quickly that he’s in the awkward position of overseeing pilots with vastly superior skills and experience. Mark is persistently thwarted by one of these men―Vietnam veteran Nick Trent―who displays no regard for... more
  • The Judge Merit Golfing Club

    by Matt Hargrove

    "The toe of his right boot was twisted into the black earth as he stared into the distance and had no thoughts about anything. Not the past, not the future, not the trouble behind him, not where he was at, and certainly not his next destination." - Sam Stallings was a young man growing up at the end of the nineteenth century... with no place to call home and a vision that most people would consider foolish and unattainable, especially for someone of his age and background. An array ... more

  • To Hold the Throne

    by Joni Okun
    Historical figures and events meet page-turning fiction in Joni Okun's compelling debut novel. To Hold the Throne breathes life into the extraordinary story of King Herod the Great and Mariamne, the last Maccabee Princess, told in alternating points of view. Fueled by shifting political tides in Rome, the Triumvir Marc Antony disrupts the longstanding Maccabee Dynasty of Judea when he crowns Mariamne's new husband, Herod the Great, as King, setting off a firestorm of power-grabbing, betrayal... more
  • Christmas Voices

    by John Callas
    John Daily’s hard-sighted focus on his success has blinded him to the bigger picture. In spite of all the successful things he has done in business, in spite of all the wealth and prestige he has accumulated for himself, there is a gaping void at the center of his existence. John Daily knows the proverbial price of everything and the value of nothing. He buys the package because of the way it looks, not because of what’s inside. He has a loving wife and picture-book kids, but he’s incapable o... more

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