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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Stories We Choose Not To Tell

    by Kelly Fumiko Weiss
    Angela is at a crossroads. New life and new death, discovering she is pregnant just as her beloved Obachan, Aiko, passes away. Paralyzed by the gravity of these two events happening at the same time, Angela floats through Aiko’s wake like a ghost. Unexpectedly, Angela’s Auntie Pamela gifts her a box filled with family heirlooms, including tape recordings of her Obachan describing her time in the Japanese incarceration camps, and journals dating back to the 1970s written by her mother, Judith... more
  • Phoenix American Financial Services

    by Phoenix American
    Phoenix American provides complete fund accounting services for both onshore and offshore funds. Contact us @415-485-4500 or visit site to get more details: https://www.phxa.com/
  • MOORE THAN MEETS THE EYE

    by CF Winn

    What are you hiding? MOORE THAN MEETS THE EYE is the second installment in the COFFEE BREAK SERIES by CF Winn. It tells the story of one day in the life of two strangers who are thrown together at a photo shoot.

    On a sunny beach in California, Joanna Moore, model of the moment, poses for the camera as if her life is every bit as beautiful as she is, but she struggles to be seen as a regular human being beneath her gorgeous exterior. For Joanna, making good decisions is a challenge, and ... more

  • In the Canyons of Shadow and Light (Revised)

    by Emily Donoho
    The end of October in 2004 heralds the start of a cold winter for Alex Boswell, a veteran NYPD homicide detective, world weary and cynical, but dedicated to the job. He is investigating an armed robbery in Harlem and the death of an assistant district attorney on the Upper West Side when he starts experiencing mystifying flashbacks and panic attacks. He’s baffled but doesn’t want to think about it too much; not in the NYPD where toughness is prized and admitting to mental health problems could r... more
  • Rue

    by Amy Q. Barker

    When Rue Cavendish meets a handsome stranger in the San Francisco bar where she works as a lounge singer, she must choose between her perfectly ordered life and a chance at love. Josh Quinn is everything Rue is not – tall, outgoing, popular, talkative. Oh, and he can see. Rue, blind since birth, decides to let her walls down with Josh, diving into the relationship with her whole heart. Will her fierce independence and steadfast resilience survive?

    Kevin Warren is trying to save hi... more

  • About a Boy

    by Nkem DenChukwu

    This is a story about an 11-year old boy who was bullied and alienated by his peers for one reason. One day, he met his new neighbor who brought sunshine back into his life. But, how they met was an interesting one. This is also a story how one person can make a difference, and not judging a book by its cover.

  • Free COVID testing

    by Julie Thompson
    Based on a true-life incident: An aunt and niece and free COVID testing...
  • Anne and Louis Forever Bound

    by Rozsa Gaston

    The year is 1508. Louis XII, King of France, wants to stamp France’s footprint upon Italy.

    Anne of Brittany, Queen of France, and ruler of neighboring realm Brittany, wants to produce a son and heir for Louis and to save the independence of Brittany from France.

    Louise of Savoy, the mother of the king’s intended successor, the future Francis I, wants to see her son on the throne of France.

    All three have suffered the twisting of their fates by Anne de Beaujeu, th... more

  • Brunch and Other Obligations

    by Suzanne Nugent
    The only thing reclusive bookworm Nora, high-powered attorney Christina, and supermom-in-training Leanne ever had in common was their best friend, Molly. When Molly dies, she leaves mysterious gifts and cryptic notes for each of her grieving best friends, along with one final request: that these three mismatched frenemies have brunch together every month for a year. Filled with heartwrenching scenes and witty prose, Brunch and Other Obligations explores the intricate dynamics of girlhood acqu... more
  • 9781734597837

    by Vince Guerra
    Ginger Cooper, one of the best Apache pilots in the Army, engages in nonstop missions during the Surge of 2008. Her squadron, Pegasus, owns the skies over Iraq, supporting troops on the ground across the war-ravaged nation. Porter Dawkins, a Navy SEAL, leads his counter-terrorism unit as they partner with the Army’s elite Delta Force operators to target insurgent leadership in high-risk missions at a moment’s notice. As the insurgency adapts, Ginger and Porter need to overcome unit casual... more
  • 978-1732571990

    by Vince Guerra
    Four years after a heroic rescue mission in Afghanistan, former Pararescueman Aiden McCoy continues to fight for the lives of veterans – this time at home, as they struggle with the physical and psychological effects of war. Meanwhile in Iraq, Aiden’s lifelong friend Jake Lyons impresses everyone with his combat rescue skills. As Jake’s reputation grows, so does his exposure to the daily horrors of a chaotic war. Aiden must help his friend confront the challenges of trauma, and get him back i... more
  • 978-1732571914

    by Vince Guerra
    The Golden Hour: The hour immediately following traumatic injury in which medical treatment to prevent irreversible internal damage and optimize the chance of survival is most effective. SEAL team Polaris is on a reconnaissance mission high in the Hindu Kush mountains of Afghanistan when they’re led into an ambush. The A-10 fighter providing close-air support is shot down and Air Force pararescue jumpers, dispatched to extract the downed pilot, also suffer heavy fire. As the clock ticks ... more
  • The Turn

    by DL Fowler

    A runaway slave shows Abraham Lincoln the way to lasting victory—based on true events

    After escaping bondage, William Henry Johnson goes to the nation’s Capital as President Lincoln’s valet, hoping universal emancipation will help him reunite his family. But Lincoln must set aside long-held prejudices, and both must give their full measure of devotion to the struggle for equality, or the war against slavery will be lost and William’s dre... more

  • One Boy's War

    by Nancy McDonald
    England, Summer 1940. Following a brush with death on the Irish Sea, ten-year-old Käfer Avigdor unexpectedly finds himself back in London. There, he stumbles upon a sinister Nazi plot which targets hundreds of people in Britain -- including the most powerful man in the country. The one person who might be ale to defeat Adolf Hitler. With the Germans threatening to invade England at any moment, Käfer musters all his courage and ingenuity in a valiant effort to thwart the Nazis. But will he succee... more
  • Boston: My Blissful Winter

    by Alain Briottet
    A young, French banker experiencing Boston for the first time as an intern during the 1980s. He visits the city’s concerts halls, jazz clubs, businesses, museums, cafes, theaters, antique shops, fine restaurants and local diners. These 12 stories bring the unique character of the city to life and offer a glimpse into the heart and soul of the thoughtful narrator.
  • The Pirate Princess

    by Alva Sachs
    Madison and her friends Jonah, Sofia, Jackson, and Hannah were going to play outside, but it was raining. Somehow, this rainy day turned into an exciting adventure! Joins us, matey, for an amazing journey on the high seas. Land Ho! Become a part of the pirate crew and follow the map in search of the buried treasure!

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