Literary Fiction

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Journey to Virginland-Catena

Armen Melkian looks to deconstruct the traditional novel, turn literary convention on its ear, and create another form. Catena is the first 'epistle' of the Journey to Virginland trilogy.
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The Day The Music Died

After hearing an argument that “Pornography will be the only non-commercialised art form” left, without the “pretentious claims” that are made by the music industry, Cameron sets off on a journey of transformation and self-discovery.
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Benevolent

BENEVOLENT is at least partly the story of Gaby, a dedicated idealist devoted to rescuing and caring for other people, and Mikhail, the man who has loved her since they were teenagers, but never quite managed to tell her.
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Jane’s Melody

Jane tries to pick up the pieces of her life after the death of Melody, her 20-year-old daughter who had been estranged from Jane the past year.
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Face the Music

The story of a rock-and-roller’s rise, fall and rise, told with an authentic sense of backstage insight.
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Corkscrew Ridge

A stirring and beguiling portrayal of a man’s journey and quiet transformation.
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Alabaster Houses

A time-jumping, multigenerational, multiethnic saga, centered around death, spirituality, love, and forgiveness.
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A Different Blue

Blue Echohawk doesn't know who she is. She doesn't know her real name or when she was born. Abandoned at two and raised by a drifter, she didn't attend school until she was ten years old. At nineteen, when most kids her age are attending college or moving on with life, she is just a senior in high school.
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Then Like the Blind Man: Orbie's Story

Orbie is a nine-year-old whose father died in a tragic incident at the steel mill where he worked, an incident blamed on a black worker's carelessness.
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Imperfect Pairings

The mystery, beauty and complexities of culture, family and love are revealed through the relationship between a seemingly mismatched American woman and an Italian man.
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Normal

Roy Pellerin knows the worst that man does to those who are different, suffering in a solitary confinement cell the size of a grave. This may be the worst of his life’s circumstances, but he was cursed from birth with a severe skin condition, ichthyosis, which even his father thought was a gator’s curse.
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Bridge Ices Before Road

A coming of age story set in the 1970s, replete with family dysfunction, and, ultimately, personal redemption of a sort.
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Moon Over Taylor’s Ridge

As executrix of her father’s estate, Avie Williams Cole must return to her childhood home to settle his affairs. Her lawyer husband is too busy to accompany her, so she makes the journey accompanied by her adolescent son, Joseph, who is struggling with asthma.
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Leave of Absence

Two mental patients, one suicidally depressed and the other schizophrenic, form a friendship that changes both their lives.
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The Castilian Suite

The Castilian Suite is a detailed and intimate biography of a man's growth from a rather spoiled and entitled youth to a disillusioned but dedicated middle age.
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The Suburban Abyss

THE SUBURBAN ABYSS takes a glimpse into a suburban neighborhood where a nearby construction of a hospital is making the neighbors mad – or perhaps they already were a bit crazy before the construction even began.
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How to Earn Your Keep

Kit Lavoie, smart, pretty, but with bad taste in men, works hard for the money from the shady attorney employing her. Her brother, sweet-but-not-always-helpful Larry, works hard at a shady businessman’s home, but seeks love rather than money.
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Dead to Me

Dead to Me follows the psychological world of Patrick, a young adult just setting out on his own, who is occasionally prone to cosmic visions.
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The Emancipating Death of a Boring Engineer

Keene Mason devoted his life almost exclusively to his career as an engineer. A fan of careful planning and mathematical restrictions, Keene would appear boring to most people.
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Chattanooga

Told entirely through monologues from various characters, “Chattanooga” keeps the reader engaged and off balance.
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The Anathemas: A Novel about Reincarnation and Restitution

Rejected by his wife after a sudden fire at the Philadelphia publishing house where he works puts an end to his livelihood, Richard retreats to his Pennsylvania farmhouse in a wave of alcohol and self-loathing.