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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Mister Yam

    by Yeng K Tan
    Mister Yam - a twentysomething year old man disillusioned with corporate work in San Francisco - would find his life forever changed after an inexplicable phone call with a strange woman and an invitation to a musical show. Thus begins a series of events that would take Mister Yam chasing nameless figures across the country; solving a mystery only he can explain.
  • Queentide

    by Donna Fisher
    Authoritarianism has crept into the country. Women have lost their rights and voices. But Bodie and her militant granddaughter, Insley, are gambling everything to return them. They have set up a radical feminist group, Queentide, to steal the upcoming election and make Aboriginal politician, Kathleen, the next Prime Minister of an all-women Government. The ex-wife of a senior Minister, Lilith, vows to help them by sharing explosive secrets that will guarantee Queentide's success. But two th... more
  • Dancing the Labyrinth

    by Karen Martin

    When Cressida discovers she is pregnant, her overwhelming fear is that she will pass on her father’s violent DNA. It takes an ancient matriarchal culture to teach her otherwise. Dancing the Labyrinth moves between contemporary and ancient Crete in this tale of a young woman from an abusive background who discovers the veiled history of Europe’s most advanced civilization of the Bronze Age – the Minoans.

  • WITCH HUNT 1730

    by Tom Schneider
    In 1730 Ben Franklin published a story about a witch trial in Mount Holly, New Jersey, but did he tell the complete story, or was it a coverup of more sinister and frightening events? Emmet, an aspiring reporter, takes his first assignment for Franklin’s Gazette and travels to New Jersey to discover the truth about the coming trial. His investigation takes a dark and dangerous turn when he discovers there’s more to the story than witches and someone wants the truth and him buried deep.
  • Dink Winkleman: Christmas Stocking Stuffer

    by Daniel Brown
    Christmas stockings have always been handled by the candy department, with add-ins from the other departments. It has just become too complex these days. Santa has just named me, Dink Winkleman, as the elf in charge of the new Christmas Stocking Department. Part of the year, I'm like a private eye, determining what goes in whose stocking. Then, beginning each Fall, I put the stockings together by coordinating with the other departments. That's me! Dink Winkleman: Christmas Stocking Stuf... more
  • Beyond the Shallow Bank: Illustrated edition of a woman's personal awakening amidst rumors of a selkie

    by David A. Wimsett
    Artist Margaret Talbot has overcome prejudice, discrimination and assault to become a magazine illustrator in the male dominated world of publishing at the end of the nineteenth century. She and her husband, John, have traveled the world creating magazine articles that he writes and she illustrates. The articles and Margaret’s artwork have garnered praise and awards as John supports her illustrating and painting, even when he loses his membership in a prominent club because of it. In 1898, Ma... more
  • Relic The Copper Ax: The Tragic Story of Otzi the Iceman

    by Bill Copeland
    The story is set in central Europe 5300 years ago from the northern alps of Italy to the eastern lands along the Danube River to Vinca, the earliest European Bronze Age civilization. Otzi is the chieftain of a south Tyrollean late stone age tribe scrounging for a living in the high mountains. To support his village he travels by foot to trade with the people on the north side of the mountains. He returns after a long trip to his family and village with a big backpack full of goods, his wife Mara... more
  • Viral Stories

    by Cameron Dusting

    Have you ever dreamed of going viral? How far would you go for a million Instagram followers? Alan is a humble poet with scarred lips; Mark is a flamboyant and successful singer in a rock band; Luke is a depressed comedian who refuses to perform. Viral is the exhilarating story of three young men hell-bent on getting famous. But when COVID-19 hits, everything goes haywire. Who will make their dreams come true?

    Included in this book are four more short stories by ... more

  • A Thousand Valleys

    by Ken Fulmer
    Something malevolent lurks under the surface in 1977. Sara Taylor works the graveyard shift at the county hospital, leaving her son across the street overnight with a trusted friend. A growing depression first surfaced last year, when Jimmy almost died from the Swine Flu, a virus Sara brought home from the hospital. Unable to get over her guilt and shame, Sara allows the voices in her head to gain a foothold. When her secret teenage crush dies suddenly, the entire world weeps. For a time, Sa... more
  • The Polar Bear and the Dragon, Dream Jumper

    by Debbie Watson
    In Book Two of The Polar Bear and the Dragon series, Whitney and Edward, two teenagers with extraordinary talents, must risk their lives to protect a young dragon destined to become the ruler of Yagdi. The small world teeters on the brink of war as it battles a new and powerful enemy. The teens and their formidable alliance have been weakened just as they must find a way to keep Yagdi from falling into the hands of this dangerous enemy. They need to find a powerful and elusive wizard known as a ... more
  • The Polar Bear and the Dragon: Dawn of an Alliance

    by Debbie Watson
    Whitney, her mom, and their unique cat live high on a sandy bluff overlooking Lake Superior in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Whitney has spent her entire life unaware of the unique gifts lying dormant deep inside her. But the summer of her thirteenth birthday changes everything! Plagued with terrifying nightmares and confused by strange new abilities, her life is spiraling out of control. Joining forces with a mysterious and powerful ally may be her only solution.
  • A Portable Chaos: Revised Edition

    by E.M. Schorb

    A Portable Chaos is an historical novel that brings to life the transformation of the United States from the con­forming Fifties to the volcanic social eruptions of the “swinging Sixties”—from the private chaos of Jimmy Whistler's childhood to the public chaos of his youth, the former shaping himself, the latter shaping all Ameri­cans.

     

     

  • Teddy Talks

    by Vanessa Messenger
    Sit, stay, and come along as Teddy Talks about the paws-itive daily habits he and his human Emily make to fuel their fun adventures! This fetching tale about two best friends sheds an optimistic light on Type 1 Diabetes while engaging readers through Teddy's playful puppy antics and popping illustrations.
  • ZERO

    by Al Schnupp
    How does an egotistical buffoon with no talent become the darling political celebrity of his country? A bawdy satire of tabloid politics, exposing how a simpleton is elected leader of a fictitious country. Maxie convinces her husband, Zero, to commit a bizarre crime that showers him with riches, making it possible for him to campaign for leader of their country. With Horace as Campaign Manager, the trio embarks on a whirlwind of fundraising, cover-ups, debates, makeovers and scams. Meanwhile... more
  • COSMIC SWAN

    by Sebastian Lopez
    Synopsis of Cosmic Swan The COSMIC SWAN, based on the science-fiction novel of the same name, can be a stand-alone epic film or part of a film series in the tradition of action-packed science fiction stories of the future such as Star Wars and Star Trek. In the story, an intrepid geologist investigating earthquakes in the Himalayas discovers devotees of a cult led by a gorgeous priestess who says the earthquakes are caused by the birth of a great being. As a scientist and he insists they a... more
  • Goods & Effects

    by Al Schnupp
    What happens when a free-thinking widow, raised in a deeply religious environment, is forced to create a new life? A widow reimagines her life, takes on new challenges and develops a network of unconventional, unforgettable friends. Devastated by the death of her husband and sons, Hannah, a Mennonite, sells the family farm and creates a store and living quarters in a delivery truck. She travels several circuits, selling her wares. Hannah becomes the heart of a network of interlinking lives t... more

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