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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • The Tiny Fireball: A Novel

    by Sameer Kochure


    The tiny Fireball was like a mother’s embrace, a kiss from a soulmate, the hug of a daughter never born, a dream pined for an eternity, finally realised.

    Welcome to a magical, star-hopping adventure of a lifetime.

    In the middle of a desolate, liquid landscape, where food, water and hope runs low, an unusual friendship forms.

    One can’t see the light, the other is full of sunshine.

    Travel with these strange new friends t... more

  • The Hummingbird & The Narwhal

    by Annie Higbee
    This is the story of two creatures who resemble each other in shape but come from completely different worlds. Their unlikely meeting on the horizon is a miraculous opening to the experience of deep listening and the gifts of kindness, the kind of magic that, if any creature is willing, can be shared
  • Swiss Alchemy (Alternate Realms Trilogy Book 1)

    by Celeste Johnson
    Swiss Alchemy, the first of a series: The Alternate Realm Trilogy, begins with a notion that if all great things involve taking the first step, an invitation is like folding over the spine and turning the first pages of a book opening the mind to a world of possibilities. The testimonial in returning to a place is not the comparison from the previous encounter, but to experience it in the present. An immersion with the essence of it, traversing its steep inclines and encounters with fellow tr... more
  • Wind Chill: The Many Secrets of Ursula's Irish Stew (The Derry Women Series Book 12)

    by Gerald Hansen
    Even Ursula is shocked when she discovers the secret of her Irish stew. But just what is that secret...? At the height of the Cold War, St. Patrick’s Day is swiftly approaching the US Naval air base perched on the lava fields of Iceland. Derry woman Ursula has never given her stew recipe much thought, but when she and her best mate Reenie are roped into serving it to the troops, she has no idea of the uproar it will her marriage, her family, her friendship with Reenie, and maybe ev... more
  • Useless

    by Gerald Hansen
    While desperately cramming to appear on the TV quiz show Useless, Fionnuala Flood discovers many things about the world she had never cared to know. The most alarming to her is what scientists are up to in an underground tunnel in Switzerland: smashing atoms together at close to the speed of light. She’s heard that toying with these things will lead to all manner of unmentionable catastrophes, such as portals into other universes, black holes, maybe even Armageddon. It’s like a knife in Fio... more
  • Static Cling (The Derry Women Series Book 5)

    by Gerald Hansen
    When an armed robbery at Final Spinz, the dry cleaners where hardened matriarch Fionnuala Flood works, leads to the death of beloved pensioner Mrs. Ming, the ensuing investigation unleashes dark secrets that promise to bring Fionnuala closer to her husband Paddy, her mother Maureen, and the four children of her brood still in town. Or tear them apart forever. Throw into the mix the return of a contestant from Safari Millionaire, some shocking DNA results, and Fionnuala's plan to save the world ... more
  • Best Served Frozen (The Derry Women Series Book 4)

    by Gerald Hansen
    Revenge may be a dish best served cold, but hardened mother of seven Fionnuala Flood plans on serving hers up frozen. Or so she thinks. The bells are ringing out in Derry, Northern Ireland, as the dirt-poor Floods and the rich and entitled Riddells prepare for the pairing in matrimony of their families and a bridging of the gap between the two sniping communities. But some are not best pleased, and it might be more a case of For Whom The Bell Tolls. What is the price to be paid for a mothe... more
  • Fleeing The Jurisdiction (The Derry Women Series Book 3)

    by Gerald Hansen
    It's danger on the high seas for the Barnetts, but will it come from the authorities, Mother Nature or family Flood? In Wisconsin six years ago, Ursula Barnett accidentally committed a shocking crime. The statute of limitations is inching closer, and the police are circling in. Panicked, Ursula books herself and her American family passage on a budget centennial Titanic cruise, hoping to ride out the investigation and embark a woman redeemed. But lurking amongst the leaky walls of the Queen o... more
  • Hand In The Till (The Derry Women Series Book 2)

    by Gerald Hansen

    Desperate mother of seven, Fionnuala Flood, thinks her new get-rich-quick scheme will pay all the bills, but instead it threatens to tear the family apart.
    The case of bargain bin canned vegetables she bought for the scam contains not spuds but explosives. A wilting branch of the defunct IRA will stop at nothing to get them back. Adding to the Fionnuala woes, her two oldest sons are in prison, her husband's hands are fondling more than frozen fish at the packing plant, and her lesbia... more

  • An Embarrassment of Riches (The Derry Women Series Book 1)

    by Gerald Hansen

    When Ursula Barnett and her husband Jed win the Irish lottery, they think their troubles are over. But they are just beginning.
    Ursula coerces her Yank husband to retire in her hometown of Derry, Northern Ireland, hoping to atone for her youthful sins as a collaborator with the IRA in the 1970s. At the first sniff of Ursula s lotto win, however, her chronically greedy sister-in-law Fionnuala Flood rallies the family against Ursula.
    Fionnuala's life is a misery. She is married to... more

  • Marissa Dike

    by Magdalene
    Some people live only once. Others have The Gift. All over the world, there are people who live, die, then come back and live again. They have no memory of their past lives, only the slightest feeling that maybe — just maybe —they’ve done it all before. One of The Gifted has made it his mission in his current lifetime to find others in the world like him, believing that once they are made fully aware of their gift, they can harness their wisdom, knowledge, and experience from living hundreds of ... more
  • Jenny and the Ghost of Foggy Bottom Landing

    by Gerald D Ulmer

      'Jenny and the ghost of foggy bottom landing', is a ghost story set in rural Missouri. The story takes place during the time of WW-2, but covers time back before the Civil War. The spirits of former slaves ask Jenny to help free them from the confines of the old plantation ground. It's a story that young and old can enjoy. It has no blood and gore within it's pages.  

  • Becoming Nora

    by Margaret Farrell Kirby
    Becoming Nora explores how unexamined pasts and repressed emotions can simmer beneath a seemingly ordinary and happy marriage. Until the day her husband shattered her world with the news that he was unhappy and wanted a separation, Nora Stanton had been sure her life was settled, perfect in fact. At age forty, they had everything: good careers, a nice house, and two children-just as planned. Nora is forced to face her misconceptions and uncover parts of herself that had gotten buried in the d... more
  • Ready... Set... Frog!

    by Katharine Mitropoulos

    Frog needs to practice if he wants to win the town obstacle race. But every time he tries, he gets interrupted! Frog can't help his friends and still make time to practice... or can he? Join Frog as he navigates the balancing act of making time for yourself when others need your attention. With the support of Frog’s family and friends, he works through three tricky situations and learns that sometimes, through helping others, you end up helping yourself.

  • Beyond the Arc

    by Vernon Brundage Jr.
    DJ Joyner, an undrafted basketball player, attempts the near-impossible feat of making it to the NBA. However, what starts out as a quest to realize a lifelong dream soon evolves into a journey of self-discovery that transcends the game of basketball.
  • The Owner & The Wife

    by Sarah Arcuri
    The Owner & The Wife follows the story of a young woman embarking out on her own for the first time and starting anew—a new job, new friends, new love, and new family. Along the way, Scarlett finds she must navigate a cast of dynamic, deeply human characters and their complex relationships. As Scarlett learns to balance plates and mix drinks while working her way up the ranks, she also uncovers what it means to be Italian, to be loved, and to be a woman who stands on her own. Set in a nostal... more