Keep Her Close

By Erik Therme

In Keep Her Close, Erik Therme covers the story of every parent’s nightmare; the abduction of a beloved daughter. Ally is the daughter of Dan and Holly, adopted by them when she was found abandoned in a parking garage at the age of three. Holly...

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Kimberling Bridge

By Jeffrey W. Tenney

Jeffrey W. Tenney’s Kimberling Bridge is a story of survival in a world gone mad. William is alone, dwelling under a bridge in Arkansas. Every day his situation worsens, he struggles, questioning his existence. At seventy-two, he is exhausted, too old to deal with simply...

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Kingdom of Famine

Winter Agent Juno #2
By Mike MacDee

Kingdom of Famine is the second book in the Winter Agent Juno series by Mike MacDee, an interesting read with a dystopian setting. It’s an age of total disruption, set against the backdrop of a world dominated by a ruthless matriarchy, where men endure untold...

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Kingdom of God

By Greg Mantell

When Michael received a call from a private number, he knew it couldn't be a good thing. Breaking the house rules, he turned on the television and watched the report. As he left, he could already see the black plumes of smoke over Mexico, although...

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kISmet

By Chris Calder

Kismet is a political action thriller with more than a hint of the police procedural about it. The story follows Edmund Lafitte, a British Member of Parliament, drawn almost incidentally into the activities of Islamic State in the UK when he tries to help a...

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Kill All of Them

By Ivan Bering

Crime, mystery, and investigation are delivered in a masterful way in Kill All of Them by Ivan Bering. They are raw, cruel, and wickedly insane in the murders and for no apparent motive, none — not unrequited love, not an old grudge, not theft, not...

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Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die

By Kelly Marshall

Seattle detectives Nick Winston and Pat Strom are not prepared for the devastating murder scene to which they have been assigned. Not only is the victim dead, she has been butchered beyond any conceivable definition of the word. Beautiful young party girl Kylee Harris is...

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Kill Most of the Miscreants

By Ivan Bering

Just at the beginning of this book, the reader is presented with a very curious conversation taking place between two seemingly important people and a judge, and one of them asks in a tone more alarmed than composed: “Shit what the hell happened? Dr. Max...

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Keeping Hope Alive

Whitley & Keal Book 4
By Dawn Kopman Whidden

In the latest novel from Dawn Kopman Whidden, Keeping Hope Alive, hikers find skeletal remains in the woods and Jean and Marty are called to the crime scene. Robert Lyons, the medical examiner, is already there, and his preliminary examination indicates a young female victim,...

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Kubrick's Game

By Derek Taylor Kent

Professor Mascaro, professor at the UCLA School of Film and Television, receives a package that contains a reproduction of a famous Kubrick photo originally posted on the cover of Look Magazine. On the back of the photo are the words, “Follow me to Q’s identity.”...

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