Fiction - Literary

Lights on the Sea

By Miquel Reina

Lights on the Sea by Miquel Reina tells the story of Mary Rose and Harold Grapes who live high up on the edge of a cliff overlooking the sea. Threatened with eviction from their home because of safety concerns, Mary Rose and Harold contemplate what...

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Love, Loss, and Lagniappe

A Love Story That Defied the Laws of Nature
By Richard Robbins

Love, Loss, and Lagniappe: A Love Story That Defied the Laws of Nature is a literary fiction novel written by Richard Robbins. It was spring of 1982, and Drew was enjoying being a part of the Admissions Office tours that showcased the Tulane University campus...

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Love Buries a Spring Bird

By Charles Forgrave

Love Buries a Spring Bird by Charles Forgrave is a beautiful love story with a lot of entertainment for readers. Set in a colorful and remote village in Michigan, readers encounter two compelling young characters, Cortney and Jackie, whose attraction to each other has no...

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Love of Finished Years

By Gregory Erich Phillips

In 1909, Elsa Schuller was sixteen years old, living in the Lower East Side of New York City with her German immigrant family. Four years previously, her parents, Tobias and Nina, her older sister, Sonja, and baby brother, Anton, crossed the ocean to find a...

Life in a Box

By JoDee Neathery

Every family has some skeletons that must remain buried from the world; however, there are a few secrets that are hidden even from family members -- and rightly so. Life in a Box by JoDee Neathery revolves around two families, the Browns and the Smiths,...

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Lisbeth

By Marina Brown

Lisbeth by Marina Brown is a powerful book that reads as though it was written with a spell, a novel that makes references to history and a culture any sane person would love to forget. Claire Elliston just wants to rebuild the house her mother...

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Lacey Leighton

By Ruth Jones

Lacey Leighton by Ruth Jones is a historical literary fiction novel that would appeal most to a mixed audience of young adult women and adult females who enjoy female protagonists who are willing to go against the flow of society. The year is 1877 and...

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Love, Life, and Logic

A Literary Fiction
By Uday Mukerji

“School, career, and family: maybe they’re all as important in life as breathing. But isn’t living more than breathing in and out?” Love, Life, and Logic: A Literary Fiction by Uday Mukerji is a young man’s odyssey to uncover the meaning of life, a story...

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Land Without Evil

A novel
By Matthew Pallamary

"Land Without Evil" by Matthew Pallamary introduces us to the Guarani people of South America during the late 1700's. This is not a new story in general as we all know many civilizations were subjected to the invasion of Europe in earlier times. However, the...