FICTION (General) -> Literary

American Fork by George B. Handley

American Fork

George B. Handley

May 2018

A shared love of the Utah landscape heals family wounds for two unlikely friends in this tale of restoration in the wake of loss and betrayal.

Pursuit of Ordinary, The by Nigel Jay Cooper

Pursuit of Ordinary, The

Nigel Jay Cooper

Apr 2018

Who gets to say what's normal?

Entangled Lives by Imran Omer

Entangled Lives

Imran Omer

Jul 2018

An unlikely relationship between a Pakistani boy who becomes a Taliban solider, and a female journalist covering the civil war in Afghanistan.

Squirrel Haus by Dustin Hellberg

Squirrel Haus

Dustin Hellberg

Mar 2014

Squirrel Haus chronicles the fall and the further fall of two friends living in the eponymous house in the Iowa Midwest.

Birds of the Nile by N.E. David

Birds of the Nile

An Egyptian Adventure

N.E. David

Sep 2013

What ex-diplomat Michael Blake wanted was a quiet birding trip up the Nile – he wasn’t expecting a revolution ...

Dangerous Pilgrims by Lawrence Swaim

Dangerous Pilgrims

Lawrence Swaim

Oct 2016

Political and literary thriller set in 1980s Guatemala.

Dream of Horses & Other Stories, A by Aashish Kaul

Dream of Horses & Other Stories, A

Aashish Kaul

May 2014

Literary and complex yet accessible and fast-paced, each story differs widely in style, motivation, philosophy, and denouement from all the others.

On the Far Side, There's a Boy by Paula Coston

On the Far Side, There's a Boy

Paula Coston

Jun 2014

Why does a woman need a young boy so, and can she ever find him?

Gag by Melissa Unger

Gag

Melissa Unger

Jul 2014

One rainy afternoon in a Brooklyn diner, Peter Howland punctures an egg with his fork. Repulsed, Peter pushes the plate away and never eats again.

Coward, The by Tom Wall

Coward, The

Conscience on trial

Tom Wall

Jul 2015

Conscientious objector Bill Rowe does not want to kill Hitler's conscripts but he finds his courage deserting him in a bleak jail patrolled by indifferent guards and hungry bugs.

Dark of the Center Line by Schuy R. Weishaar

Dark of the Center Line

Schuy R. Weishaar

Mar 2016

Abraham Jacobsen is misfit for this world, cursed with a past he cannot escape, burdened with dreams he cannot explain.

Queen's Play, The by Aashish Kaul

Queen's Play, The

Aashish Kaul

Feb 2015

Writes the origin of chess into the narrative of The Ramayana, one of the two formative epics of ancient India.

Burden, The by N.E. David

Burden, The

A Family Saga

N.E. David

Apr 2015

Frank will do anything to keep his mother and father apart. But he's carrying baggage - and it might just weigh him down ...

Oreads by John F. Lavelle

Oreads

John F. Lavelle

Jan 2016

Lyrical, emotionally charged, moving and heartbreaking, Oreads is a literary treat that will keep you compelled right to the very last page and beyond.

Digby's Hollywood Story by Thomas Fuchs

Digby's Hollywood Story

Thomas Fuchs

Dec 2015

An exploration of the difference between fiction and reality, involving a movie-studio cop, an actress, and a mysterious death.

Getting Right by Gary D. Wilson

Getting Right

Gary D. Wilson

Jan 2016

Connie is dying. She wants her brother to write the story of her life. OK. Sure. Simple enough. Right?

First Day in Paradise, The by Stuart Walton

First Day in Paradise, The

Stuart Walton

Feb 2016

One young man's dizzying ascent through the dazzle of contemporary consumer culture takes him from orphaned tragedy to double-edged success.

High in the Streets by Matthew Binder

High in the Streets

Matthew Binder

Apr 2016

Oh how Lou Brown misses being a poor and miserable failure - he was so free then! This brilliant and hilarious novel is On the Road meets Catcher in the Rye in modern-day Los Angeles.

Beat the Rain by Nigel Jay Cooper

Beat the Rain

Nigel Jay Cooper

Jul 2016

A moving and vulnerable depiction of a relationship in decline. At times humorous, at times heartbreaking, it explores what it means to live, to love and to lose.

Floating Phrase, A by Trent Portigal

Floating Phrase, A

Trent Portigal

Aug 2016

A story of art, fear and snow puddles.

Worst Generation, The by Dan P. Greaney

Worst Generation, The

A Myopic Prosperity

Dan P. Greaney

Sep 2016

The legacy of the Baby Boomers.

Malaren by N.E. David

Malaren

A Swedish Affair

N.E. David

Nov 2016

Alan Harrison is mourning the death of his wife. A trip to Sweden is in the offing - but will it help him get over it?

Moby-Dick Blues, The by Michael Strelow

Moby-Dick Blues, The

Michael Strelow

Mar 2018

Moby-Dick's missing original manuscript has surfaced, and plenty of people are interested: scholars, thieves, and mysterious debt collectors...

Some Assembly Required by Michael Strelow

Some Assembly Required

Michael Strelow

Dec 2017

Jake hears voices, his own, the world's, and Rex, an A.I. experiment gone feral. A plot ride ensues through science, fractals, art and power...

Amoeba-Ox Continuum, The by Trent Portigal

Amoeba-Ox Continuum, The

Trent Portigal

Dec 2017

An investigation is opened into a series of deaths in an old workers' utopia...

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