Fiction - Literary

Christening Leena Too

Friendship (Scuttlebutt from Scuppernong Cove)
By K.E. Kennell

Christening Leena Too by K.E. Kennell is a story about life-long friendship, a friendship that defies boundaries, distance and adversities. At Woodhull Naval Academy, an enduring friendship is forged between the shy Maximillion Daugherty or better still, Captain Mac, and his outgoing friend, Cadet Roberto...

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Crow Girl

By JB Trepagnier

Crow Girl by JB Trepagnier is a story about an elderly man struggling to help a young woman in need, and illustrates what it means to be a family. Liam Collins had recently been fired from his job at a newspaper. After finding a young...

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CITY of NEW$

A Philosophical Journey Continued
By Robert Harrison Woolston

CITY of NEW$ by Robert Harrison Woolston is a profound book which looks at the morals of today's city dwellers and their unending pursuit of material gain above their own morality. We follow Zeph on his four-day vacation to New York City. Zeph has...

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Culling the Herd

By Edward Etzkorn

Culling the Herd by Edward Etzkorn is a bold narrative that follows the journey of Chloe Freestaff, a young journalist who wants nothing but to gain recognition in her profession. She follows a group of scientists determined to save mankind from itself. These scientists believe...

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Clemenceau's Daughters

By Rocky Porch Moore

Clemenceau's Daughters by Rocky Porch Moore is an eerie, Southern Gothic novel that details the blood-soaked legacy behind cracks of innocence. The book is separated into three parts. The first part introduces Debbie, a young girl with a strange ability that has led to the...

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Cradle of the Serpent

A Man and a Woman's Imperfect Love
By Linda Lee Greene

Cradle of the Serpent (A Man and a Woman's Imperfect Love) by Linda Lee Greene is a fictional drama with a theme of dream/time travel and archaeology. This is a book that would appeal most to an audience of young adults and adults who enjoy...

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Child's Play

By Nancy Swing

Child's Play is a literary fiction coming-of-age mystery written by Nancy Swing. Each of them was stunned by the news of the accident. That Mary Margaret Gravesly, one of the society matrons of Lewiston, should be found dead in her Mercedes, the buttery-yellow color of...

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Call Me Pomeroy

A Novel of Satire and Political Dissent
By James Hanna

Call Me Pomeroy: A Novel of Satire and Political Dissent is a humorous fictional narrative, written by James Hanna. Fifty-seven years ago, Eddie Beasley was born. Now, he finds himself forever on parole for a crime he unknowingly committed after bedding a woman who'd lied...

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Children of the Mists

A Sardinian Saga
By Lexa Dudley

Raffaella and Antonio were childhood friends. As children they were always together, did everything with each other, and shared their secrets with one another. As they grew up, their friendship eventually turned into the passionate, all-consuming love they now feel. They were planning their wedding...

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Carnival of Hope

By George Hamilton

In the northeastern corner of Brazil the local population, most of African, Native, and European descent, live in poverty in little shacks and with little to eat. Tomas has learned to read and write and teaches those between teenage years and their thirties how to...