Fiction - Drama

Kricket

By Penni Jones

Kricket by Penni Jones is a dystopian novel set in present times. Kricket is a member of the Religious Resistance, fighting to restore religious freedom after the Religious Uniformity Act took it away. A close call sees Kricket leaving the activists to protect her daughter...

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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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Kurintor Nyusi

Book I
By Aaron-Michael Hall

I am a huge sci-fi and fantasy fan. I have been reading these two genres since I was a kid. Greek and Norse mythology, Arthurian legends, Robert Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, comic books, classics, I read it all. So sometimes it's hard for me to get...

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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...

Key Largo Blues

The Sequel to Dakota Blues (Karen Grace) (Volume 2)
By Lynne M. Spreen

Key Largo Blues: The Sequel to Dakota Blues (Karen Grace) by Lynne M. Spreen is a compelling novel that explores social issues and follows one woman’s struggle to come to grips with problems in her life. The story takes off from the previous book, where...

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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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Kwan's Choice

Dare to Follow
By Skye Elizabeth Wieland

Kwan's Choice (Dare to Follow) by Skye Elizabeth Wieland is the story of one man’s pursuit of his dreams and what it takes to take the lead. When Kwan moved from South Africa, he had a dream: “to run a trail riding place, like he...

Kindred Journeys

By Marjorie Tapley-Olson

Kindred Journeys by Marjorie Tapley-Olson is a rare kind of fiction with a narrative voice that will stay in the reader’s head for long, a story that combines family, love, and adventure to take readers on a very memorable ride. Martha is pregnant, and she...

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Kookaburra's Last Laugh

By Leonard Szymczak

In Kookaburra's Last Laugh by Leonard Szymczak, a man named Peter Pinowski, a psychologist, attends a retreat, hoping to experience transformation and make the journey home to himself, but he is instead led on a moving adventure that will bring him face to face with...

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Kismet

A Desi Rhapsody in London
By Shaheen Darr

Anyone who is interested in the many challenges faced by those who leave their homeland to live in another country will love Shaheen Darr’s lovely novel entitled Kismet: A Desi Rhapsody in London. The current day story takes place in Southall (a London suburb), and...

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