Popular Fiction

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Alabaster Houses

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

Hounded by a powerful congresswoman determined to prove him a willing participant in a conspiracy, Dr. Ray Silver finds himself defending his role in what he contends was simply a trip to the Philippines.
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A Change of Needs

A love affair with the very best intentions is a messy business. Human beings with their vulnerability and their egos on the line can’t help but portray an edgy narrative and a perplexing psycho drama.
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Blue Jeans and Coffee Beans

In her second novel, Joanne DeMaio takes readers to the Connecticut shore, where she introduces an intriguing cast of characters, all of whom are searching their pasts for both release and solace.
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Someone Else’s Fairytale

Chloe Winters is a 22-year-old senior and aspiring valedictorian at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque who is studying to be a forensic scientist.
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Enchanted by Starlight

Three women, as teenage girls, are given magical gifts by shooting stars, leaving them Enchanted by Starlight.
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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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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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Wall Street Journeyman

With market regulations nearly non-existent and the US dollar freed from the constraints of the gold standard, the 1980’s and 1990s were a perfect storm of unrivaled excess in world financial markets.
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One Great Year

By all outward appearances Max Quinn is just a fairly average computer repairman eking out a living in Seattle.
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Wright for America

Wright for America is a political farce about a far-right-wing radio talk show host, whose motto is “hate sells,” and an actress who seeks revenge after an attack on her gay twin brother, which she believes was inspired by his vicious political commentary.
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Roppongi

After spending some time in Israel, Australian Zack Morrissey returns to Tokyo, specifically its debauched Roppongi district.
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The Demise of the Soccer Moms

Amy’s life is forever changed when she witnesses her mother being raped. As a frightened child, she never admits to what she saw and believes her father when he convinces everyone that her mother deserved it.
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Parts North

The conflict of Parts North centers on Quinton, a safe cracker who was imprisoned for years and his grown son, Newland, who lost an arm racing against a young man who is now a town cop.
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Vida Nocturna

The thrilling and harrowing tale of a Sara and her involvement in the drug trade in decadent 1980s Chicago.
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The Nude

A provocative novel merging elements of the art world with primal facets of sexuality, secrecy and the ever evolving landscape of family and love.
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The Last Day in Karachi, Through the Ring of Fire

Author Dr. Khan-Hudson’s catharsis inspired novel illuminates key aspects of her early life in Qatar, Pakistan, her ultimate relocation to America and the joy of finding love in her American husband, Rob.
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The Pursuit of Cool

Lance Rally is the type of guy who does not know how to fit in with any particular group. So as a freshman when he stumbles and fumbles into one of Langford College’s most popular crews, he is quite surprised.
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The Mothers of Country Day

Torre Messina is a gifted 12 year old who earns a scholarship to a prestigious private school. But the shy and brilliant Torre does not fit in with his new classmates, who, aside from being older, are mostly children of economic privilege. He's not the only one.
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Holiday Chick

Holiday Chick, by Amber Carter, begins in the first person perspective of Aden, a 21-year old Bible camp counselor. After her father is in a life threatening accident, Aden is compelled to return to the sleepy Minnesota town of Holden, where her family now calls home.
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Goliath Gets Up

Goliath Gets Up is about a rag-tag bunch of friends-by-circumstance who, led by a man who might have been a dragon in a previous life, decide they must do something important in order to change their lives.
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Whole Latte Life

Like a delicious latte, readers will want to savor this polished debut novel about the ruptured friendship between two middle-aged moms from Connecticut on a girls’ weekend in New York City
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Hang On

It’s 1973 and Holly Salvino is just trying to Hang On. But when Holly meets Trevor, a roadie for a famous English rock band, her life starts to seem more like a “soap opera than real life.”