Kincaid

A Mountain Man's Treachery
By GP Hutchinson

Kincaid: A Mountain Man's Treachery by GP Hutchinson is a fast-paced, action-packed Western tale. In Part I, Front Range Legend, Kincaid sets off to retrieve obscene photographs from two lackeys delivering them to a corrupt judge. In a double-cross, an all-out shooting match results in...

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Katarina's Dark Shadow

Book One: Russian Mennonite Chronicles
By MJ Krause-Chivers

Katarina Rempel’s dream was to be a schoolteacher when she was old enough and travel the world. Just like other groups in Europe and possibly the rest of the world, the Mennonite women were supposed to only worry about household chores and their husbands. Katarina...

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King's Daughter

A Lost Pharaoh Chronicles Complement (The Lost Pharaoh Chronicles Complement Collection)
By Lauren Lee Merewether

King's Daughter by Lauren Lee Merewether is part of the Lost Pharaoh Chronicles Complement Collection. Nefertiti’s daughter, Nefe, is on the run from her home after her mother was betrayed and murdered. Her sister has abandoned her and she needs to get away from a...

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Khristmas in Kabul

Once Upon A Time In Afghanistan
By Ian Trevor King

“The fog of war” is a phrase that keeps coming up in Khristmas in Kabul, Ian T. King’s brilliantly and intricately composed verbal concerto about the longest-running war in US history. His text presents us with the challenge of the greatest of literature at any...

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Keeping Secrets

By McGee Mathews

Keeping Secrets by McGee Mathews is an intriguing novel of historical fiction set during the Civil War era. The story has Elizabeth Hepscott escaping the traditional role expected of her--wife and mother--when she enlists in the war as a young man (EJ) alongside her brother,...

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King's Blood

By Daniel J. Geisel

King’s Blood is a work of fiction in the historical, Christian, and action sub-genres which was penned by author Daniel J. Geisel. Written for adult audiences due to some intense themes and scenes of warlike violence, this compelling novel takes us back to biblical times...

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King Henry's Choice

By Emily-Jane Hills Orford

Emily-Jane Hills Orford spins a tale of history never before spun in King Henry’s Choice. In Edinburgh, Scotland, in the year of our Lord 1649, King Henry sits with his grandmother. Henry must tell her he has been to the future. Yet, how can this...

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Kahana - The Untold Stories

Based on True Events
By Ann Kennedy

Kahana - The Untold Stories by Ann Kennedy is an amazing piece of literary fiction written in the form of the autobiography of Kim Kahana. Young Kim is staying with his teacher's family while Kim's father is at sea as the chef for the Admiral...

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Kindred and Affinity

When the man you love marries the sister you hate. A family saga of love and betrayal
By Rebecca Bryn

Rebecca Bryn’s title, Kindred and Affinity: When the man you love marries the sister you hate – a family saga of love and betrayal, hides almost more than it appears to tell. Elizabeth Underwood has a large family and a pang of secret guilt; she...

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Kate: 1777

By Lynn Chen

Kate: 1777 by 11-year-old author Lynn Chen is a unique and well written fictitious journal about a young girl recording her experiences during the Revolutionary War. Kate Lorenson is the main character. She is the ten-year-old narrator and journalist who records her first hand experience...

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