Katie, Bar the Door

By Ruth Hull Chatlien

Katie, Bar the Door: A Novel by Ruth Hull Chatlien is a story filled with realism and humanity, following a young woman on her journey to find a foothold in a world that has mercilessly broken her. Yes, Katie is broken. She has suffered a...

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Killer Killer

By Frank May

Killer Killer is a work of fiction in the suspense, mystery, and action subgenres and was penned by author Frank May. The work is intended for the general adult reading audience and contains references to death under suspicious circumstances and moderate threat. Our protagonist is...

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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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Karma Redirected

How Did They Let You Become a Teacher?
By Mike Morris

Karma Redirected: How Did They Let You Become a Teacher? by Mike Morris is the fictional memoir of Mo Mickus, a middle school teacher who previously had no business being anything of the sort. A favorite grandchild to the woman that first raised him, Mo...

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Kilborn

By Wayne Hughes

In Kilborn by Wayne Hughes, Drake Kilborn is running his family's crop-spraying business since his father became ill with heart problems. Mentally unstable since the death of his beloved mother, Drake becomes the source of problems for almost everyone in his hometown. When an employee...

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Known Entity

An Unauthorized History
By Phil Klahn

Known Entity: An Unauthorized History by Phil Klahn is a fun read, a narrative that captures the soul and spirit of a band. It opens with a short prologue that explains why some bands disintegrate: "Bands come and bands go. Some fade quietly, eroded by...

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Kelegeen

By Eileen O'Finlan

Kelegeen by Eileen O’Finlan is a wonderful story, a tale of a people and a place in trying times. It is Ireland in 1846 and while engaged couple Meg O’Connor and Rory Quinn are happily preparing for their wedding, while they join other villagers in...

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Kiss My McCracken

and other original tales in the life of Winston Weston
By Ernest S. Martin

Kiss My McCracken: And other original tales in the life of Winston Weston by Ernest S. Martin is a collection of ten stories following its titular protagonist in hilarious detail through his most memorable life and times. Shared in vignettes, Weston becomes a fully fleshed...

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Keystone

By Bernard Leo Remakus

Keystone by Bernard Leo Remakus is a novel about a young man’s life told in his own words. Keystone begins with a young boy named Peter Kaminski who lives with his parents in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. His father is a serious-minded Polish immigrant and his mother...

Kurt and Bongo and the Hippies

By Al Gromer Khan

Kurt and Bongo and the Hippies by Al Gromer Khan revolves around three main characters: Kurt (a German), Bongo (an African), and Toby (an Indian). There are other side characters in the story, but they are just that -- side characters. This does not mean...