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Fiction: JKM Library / Fiction

Recent Fiction Subject Headings (most recent publications)

Adolescence
Africa
African Americans
AIDS (Disease)
Angels
Animals, Mythical
Art museums
Artists
Bank robberies
Big bang theory
Brighton (England)
Brothers and sisters
California
Camps -- Youth
Children of prisoners
Chimney sweeps
Circe (Greek mythology)
Cleveland (Ohio)
Codependents
Collective memory
Cosmology
Detective and mystery stories
Diplomacy
Displacement (Psychology)
Dominican Americans
Drug addicts
Dysfunctional families
Dystopias
Earth (Planet)
Eccentrics and eccentricities
Elves
England -- Brighton
Ethics
Evolution
Families
Fantasy
Fathers and sons
Female friendship
Feminism
Florida
France
Fraud
Friendship
Gender nonconformity
Ghost stories
Girls
Goblins
Gods
Gods and goddesses
Golem
Government, Resistance
Grandfathers
Grandparent and child
Graphic novels
Great Britain
Grief
Group identity
Harlem (New York, N.Y.)
Haunted houses
Hermits
Heroes and heroines
High school students
Hispanic Americans
Historical fiction. 
Homeless persons
Homicide
Household employees
Human-animal relationships
Humorous
Hunters
Identity
Imagination
Indians of North America
Individuality
Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)
Inheritance and succession
Interpersonal relations
Inuit
Iraq
Japan
Jealousy
Lamps
Lesbian fiction. 
Life -- Origin
Lighthouses
Literature and race
Love stories. 
Magic
Manners and customs
Manors
Man-woman relationships
Mass shootings
Memory
Mercenary soldiers
Mermaids
Mermen
Middle schools
Migration, Internal, in literature
Missing children
Monsters
Mothers and daughters
Murder -- Investigation
Mutism
Mystery
Mythical animals
Mythology, Greek
Nature
Nature stories. 
New Orleans (La.)
New York (N.Y.)
Northern Ireland
Novels in verse
Novels. 
Nunavut
Ohio -- Cleveland
Opioid abuse
Orphans
Painting, Japanese
Peace-building
Performing arts high schools
Poetry slams
Poets
Poland
Police shootings
Police-community relations
Portrait painters
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Powwows
Pregnancy
Psychological fiction. 
Quests (Expeditions)
Race relations
Racism
Recluses
Recovering alcoholics
Reformatories
Refugees
Romance fiction. 
Russian Americans
San Francisco (Calif.)
Schools
Science fiction. 
Secrecy
Sects
Selective mutism
Sex role
Shapeshifting
Sisters
Sixth grade (Education)
Slavery
Social acceptance
Social problem fiction. 
Societies
Southern California
Spirituality
Stalking
Stockbrokers
Suspense fiction. 
Syria
Teachers
Teenage girls
Terminally ill
Thrillers (Fiction) 
Tracking and trailing
Transgender people
Transsexuals
Trees
Truthfulness and falsehood
Universe
Veterans
War fiction. Women prisoners
Witchcraft
Witnesses
Women
Women graduate students
Women poets
Women prisoners
Women, Black
Woolf, Virginia
Young adult fiction. 
Young men
Young women
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