Fiction - Literary

Tractor

By Ryan Uytdewilligen

“The only two things John knew for certain were that he’d graduate next year in the spring of 1962, and that his senior year would be his best if all went according to plan.” Oklahoman John Ashmore also knew without reservation that owning the ’47...

The Kurdish Bike

A Novel
By Alesa Lightbourne

Books having to do with the Middle East always interest me, and especially those set in Iraq. This is a region that the author says is “older than the flood.” It is a land that has been ruled at one time or another by the...

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Ansgar

The Struggle of a People. The Triumph of the Heart.
By Aleksandra Layland

Ansgar: The Struggle of a People, The Triumph of the Heart is complete in itself, and a worthy Part I of The Windflower Saga trilogy by Aleksandra Layland. The greater part of the story centres on the life of Ansgar, a duke of the royal...

Vanished?

A Swedish Crime Novel
By Christer Tholin

In the back of his book Vanished?, author Christer Tholin states that he always wanted to write a Swedish drama, and he’s done just that. We meet Martin, the main character, as he travels to Sweden on holiday shortly after his divorce. He needs time...

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The Ansgar Treasury

A Windflower Saga Collection
By Aleksandra Layland

The Ansgar Treasury: A Windflower Saga Collection (The Windflower Saga Book 12) by Aleksandra Layland is a stunning fantasy collection that includes the first part of the sweeping epic as well as a collection of novellas that deepen the story of an amazing family. Kimbria...

Something Is Rotten In Fettig

By Jere Krakoff

Something Is Rotten In Fettig by Jere Krakoff is a humorous satirical novel on the criminal justice system. This is a book that would appeal most to an audience of adults who enjoy fiction about the justice system. Leopold Plotkin is a kosher butcher with...

The Settling

By Michael Putegnat

In November 2004, Heinrich Finster strolled through Germany’s Hurtgen Forest, the site of vicious battles and thousands of deaths occurring sixty years earlier. Surprisingly, he found a skeleton wedged between two boulders, and realized the dog tags belong to an American soldier. The intriguing adventure...

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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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Just Like Ziggy

By Julie Oleszek

Seventeen-year-old Anna is the ninth child in a family of ten brothers and sisters. Just Like Ziggy by Julie Oleszek starts with Anna being discharged from the psychiatric ward of the fifth floor of Advocate Hospital. Anna is still not able to talk about her...

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...