General Fiction

VOICES AT TWIN OAKS <BR>Book Three of the Twin Oaks Trilogy <br>By: Elizabeth Haswell
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-751-6
Edition: Paperback, 268 Pages
Publication Date: April 29, 2019
This, the third book in the Twin Oaks trilogy is action-packed. It begins with a proposal of marriage, follows with the unwanted return of Jed and Jessica’s mother, Angela, and concerns the abduction of Jed’s fiancé Ginny Miller. Terrified of the danger Ginny is in, Jed calls on the help of his old friends Thorpe Norville, Clint Kelly and Hans Weber. Each in his own voice relates his part in the combined effort to save Jed’s beloved. All they have to go on is that the kidnapper is under the influence of his brother, a paid assassin for American crime bosses. Secondary plots are developed in this story of drama and suspense. Jessica and Hans, now a married man with a young son, are reunited once more and Angela Oaks finds her true love in a simple farmer. The surprise ending is something that neither the reader nor the main characters could have ever imagined.
Return to Twin Oaks <BR>Book Two of the Twin Oaks Trilogy <BR>By: Elizabeth Haswell
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-745-5
Edition: Paperback, 204 Pages
Publication Date: January 1, 2019
In the second book of the Twin Oaks Trilogy, Jessica and Jed return to their beloved farm home. At twelve years old, in On Our Own, they moved with their parents to Toronto. After only a short time, they were left to fend for themselves. Using the ‘work skills’ their grandparents had taught them as youngsters, they find a way to make their living. To achieve this, they establish a landscaping business – Yard-Boys – using their classmates as workers. With the help of their lawyer friend Thorpe Norville, the business grows and flourishes.

In Return to Twin Oaks they are sixteen and have established a reputation of being young entrepreneurs. Now old enough to return to their farm home in Birchwood, they move back to the farm house and the small town of Birchwood. At first, being alone in their grandparents’ big old home seems very strange and lonely. On their first trip into town to buy supplies, they are involved in rescuing two pups tossed out on the road by a cruel, uncaring owner. In doing so, they establish their first friendships with the Birchwood veterinarian and his assistant, Ginny. Then, while Jed is at work establishing the Birchwood branch of Yard-Boys, Jessica discovers that someone has been living in the farm house while they’ve been away and has established a way of getting into the house again. Jessica hides in the attic with the two pups, afraid that the interloper may return. A violent storm occurs while Jessica keeps watch. To her shock and surprise, a dramatic meeting takes place between Jessica and her grandmother’s ghost. Pointing the way, Grandmother Oaks sends Jessica out into the storm on a mission that will change her life forever.
Back to the Badlands <BR>A Short Story from the Heart of America <BR>By: Mark St. Thunderhawk
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-698-4
Edition: Paperback, 90 Pages
Publication Date: October 7, 2017
An exceptional grassroots American novel. Back to the Badlands is an American short story based on a real life experience. After earning a degree from a prestigious Big Ten University, the main character faces a hostile world and an ever-changing American society. He searches his mind and his will in an attempt to find happiness, but he soon realizes that his dreams are inherently native. He confronts the plight of the Native American Sioux Indians which might in the end be his own fate too, until he meets Mary. This book has resemblances to Graham Greene’s 1940 novel, The Power and the Glory.
Inherit the Riddle <BR>By: Bud Malby
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-600-7
Edition: Paperback, 317 Pages
Publication Date: July 28, 2015
Inherit the Riddle is the stunning standalone sequel to the 2010 novel Windknocker. Fast-paced and action-packed, it is a hard-to-put-down tale of mystery - part comedy, and part tragedy, with an unforgettable cast of characters. But more than that, beginning in Afghanistan, it is a remarkable story of friendship that transcends generations. Independent of, it nevertheless picks up where Windknocker left off and takes readers on a memorable journey of intrigue peppered with humor, tender moments and romance. Inherit the Riddle is a powerful testament of the human spirit. Have plenty of time because you won’t want to put it down.
D.C. - Our City, Our Stories, Our Streets... <BR>By: Gino Edelin
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-583-3
Edition: Paperback, 176 Pages
Publication Date: January 14, 2015
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly... Volume One

Born and raised a proud Washingtonian, a graduate of Howard D. Woodson Sr. High. My goal is to put our city in paperback and have a series of books written about D.C. The good; the bad and the ugly of our city. Our culture, our music and our charisma...
Archia <BR>By: Devan Zeng
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-568-0
Edition: Paperback, 161 Pages
Publication Date: September 8, 2014
In the mystical land of Archia, where magic and the forces of arcane are prevalent, an evil is brewing, with great, evil intents in mind. The four nations of Archia, who had created a grand alliance to protect and preserve the peace of the land of Archia, must sacrifice everything to stop the group of highly skilled, malicious mages before they can reach legendary and infinite power. Individual mages must team up and overcome hardship to defeat the malicious evils that threaten the very land itself.
A Lifetime of Denial and Compassion <br>By: Janice DiMaggio-Wiemert
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-545-1
Edition: Paperback, 67 Pages
Publication Date: April 11, 2014
This is a story about three siblings. Each one is very different from the other. They struggle with their lives but just one is struggling so much more. It is filled with passion, compassion and denials and the end of the play is sure to shock you.
Pen Pals <BR>What it Means to Be Jewish in Israel and America <BR>By: Ruth Fisher Goodman
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-513-0
Edition: Paperback, 95 Pages
Publication Date: August 21, 2013
Pen Pals is a lively and personal glimpse into the lives of two boys - one Israeli and one American - illuminated through their spirited exchanges of letters. It presents two boys telling the significant aspects of their unique Jewish lifestyles. Through these warm and revealing expressions of feelings and adventures, readers of all ages will gain greater understanding of their personal and Jewish connections. Readers can learn about Judaism in an informal, conversational way.
Cottage in the Grove <BR>A Saga of Redemption, Mystery, Adventure and Romance <bR>By: Buck Rish, MD
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-449-2
Edition: Paperback, 149 Pages
Publication Date: November 13, 2012
An aging author retreats to a cottage in a citrus grove in Florida hoping to find one more storyline for a novel. A young Amereurasian girl escaping the drug scene of South Beach and seeking rehabilitation, finds him struggling with his novel in the Cottage in the Grove. She suffers a horrible relapse before a mysterious murder sets her free to pursue redemption and romance.

The author continues living in his memoirs searching for a storyline as romance, adventures, and mystery swirl around him.
A September to Remember <bR>By: Richard Wubbena
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-322-8
Edition: Paperback, 48 Pages
Publication Date: August 8, 2011
Jim’s first day of class in September was interrupted when a new student, Irvin, entered. Irvin showed an instant dislike for Jim, and before the day had ended Irvin had bullied Jim several times. The bullying continued day after day and not even Jim’s best friend, Jack, would support him. Jim was so fearful of Irvin that once he pretended to be sick so that he didn’t have to go to school. Only when a classmate, Jessica, befriended Jim and encouraged him did he find the inner strength to resist Irvin’s bullying.