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  • Lolita in the Lion's Den; or Pre-Tween Juxtaposition

    by Justin Forest
    A young man must overcome a horrific past in order to release his inner demons in Justin Forest’s shocking new novel, Lolita in the Lion’s Den or Pre-Tween Juxtaposition. Glen has fought for years to escape a brutal home life, one in which he acts as his mother’s only friend and to accept that his father has been molesting his sister for over a decade. But after dropping out of high school and spending years working aimless jobs, Glen finally turns a new chapter when he enters the thrill o... more
  • The Industry

    by Natasha Rocca Devine
    Leaving her beloved family and friends behind in her hometown of Kerry, Alanna heads for London in search of success as a performer at one of the city's most prestigious colleges. As the beautiful young singer ingratiates herself in a world of affluent excess, partying and debauchery, she's quick to realise it's not all as glamorous as it once seemed. Rising through the ranks of London's elite, Alanna finds herself living a double life, stooping to new lows to pay rent and compromising her chara... more
  • Oli Explores Rome

    by Iris Alon
  • Oli Explores London

    by Sundee Alon
    This is a delightful story of a five-year-old boy named Oli, his magical hats, and his unforgettable travel adventures. His first trip takes him to London, England where he meets a handful of colorful characters from a jubilant Yeoman Guard to a fearless “bobby” while exploring and learning about the stunning sights of the city. Oli Explores London is the first in a series of illustrated children’s books designed to foster a child’s imagination so that he or she would be inspired to travel a... more
  • The Monster Between My Legs

    by Ray Flodna
    Guido, AKA 'The Sicilian Mustang' in the porn circle always boasted of having a killer between his legs. He never knew how right he was until he noticed a swelling. Now he has two weeks to make right five years of lies and come clean once and for all with his friends, his family and his best friend's ex. And if that not enough, his ruthless agent wants to get it all on tape and make a reality show out of it. Will Guido manage to clean his act before he becomes the Sicilian Gelding?
  • My Life with Wings

    by Hal Marcovitz
    Imagine waking one morning to discover you have wings. Imagine the places you could go and sights you could see as you soar high above the world looking down with a true bird's eye view. In My Life With Wings, a very strange and funny story, newspaper editor Eggerton wrestles with these decisions as he contemplates what to do with his life when he rises from bed and learns he possesses the power of winged flight. Readers will find themselves irresistibly captivated by this story, its unusual cha... more
  • Ollie and Taavi Celebrate the Holidays

    by Ellen Press
    Ollie and Taavi are two Jewish dogs that like to celebrate the holidays. Whether they are lighting the candles for Shabbat, saying "I'm sorry" on Yom Kippur, or eating matzo during Passover, these two furry friends do things their own way. Follow along throughout the Jewish year of holidays.
  • Kumquat

    by Jeff Strand
    Todd Bryan, a 35-year-old introvert, goes on a spontaneous cross-country road trip with a dying woman, Amy, that he just met.
  • Rope & Bone: A Novel in Stories

    by Ginnah Howard
    Rope & Bone traces the parallel, and eventually interwoven, lives of two very different women whose courage, originality and humor will carry them through the darkest of times and the toughest things that life can sling at them. Rope & Bone’s thirty-four story/chapters span the years from 1946 to 1993. The novel opens in 1984 on Chicken Farm Road when Del Merrick, an art teacher living without plumbing or electricity, enlists help in changing a flat tire from Carla Morletti, a member of the Paga... more
  • A Balm in Gilead: A Novel

    by Marie Green-McKeon
    Ten years after surviving an assault on a college campus, a woman is stunned to hear of a murder case with markings chillingly similar to her attack. This is the story of how a rape victim reluctantly heads down the path she most fears in the hope that she can find some measure of justice and, most of all, heal herself.
  • Neverending Beginnings

    by Mary Chris Escobar

    This contemporary romance is Groundhog Day meets My Best Friend’s Wedding. Readers who like women’s fiction by Meg Cabot, Emily Giffin and Allison Winn Scotch will enjoy this romantic comedy.

    Kate is alarmed to find out that her best friend Amy is getting married after dating for only six months. Her alarm turns to shock when she learns that the groom-to-be is Kate's old college ex. As the big day approaches, Kate's inability to hide her feelings is threatening to ru... more

  • How to be Alive

    by Mary Chris Escobar

    Root for Jen as she overcomes the death of her fiancé and is forced to start over and rethink everything. This fun, light read proves that the best stories sometimes arise from the worst tragedies. 

    For less than the price of checking that extra bag, follow along as Jen rekindles her dreams of travel writing, traversing Europe and ultimately ending up in the place where she discovers what, and who, has been missing in her life. Fall in love with Jen’s friends Zach and ... more

  • Walking on Water

    by Randi Anderson
    Walking on Water is a family saga about a young boy with autism and the struggles of his family as they unravel in the face of their many life challenges. Meg, his mother, toughs it out through thick and thin and learns to walk on water.
  • The Ex Wives Club

    by Randi Anderson
    A group of divorced mature women go out on an adventure in Atlantic City and while there the body of a man is discovered just off shore. One of the women is accused of the murder. Her friends then rally around her in her defense. Thus begins this story of friendship among older women.
  • Due Unto: Denmark Vesey's Story

    by K.F. Jones
    Due Unto by K. F. Jones: an Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award semifinalist. In 1799, Denmark wins the East Bay Lottery. With the money he buys his freedom and more. When everything he holds dear is threatened Denmark must ultimately answer the question, to what extremes will he go to protect his family, his life? --- What would you do? --- Different from the biographies, the plays, the films, the articles, but like Denmark (the character) in Sue Monk Kidd's novel, The Invention of Wings, the char... more
  • Bloody Diamonds

    by Thomas McCavour
    Bloody Diamonds follows the young life of Sam Kambo and Sarah Akana from childhood to adulthood during a period in history when a cruel civil war was taking place in Sierra Leone, financed by blood diamonds, and the discovery of diamond gemstones in the barren and hostile Canadian north. Can the love of these two people with vastly different cultures survive?