Index of Book Reviews
Titles - K
This is an alphabetical list of all the book
reviews, with titles starting with the letter
K, located on LPR.
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- Kill Alex Cross, by James Patterson.
When the president's son and daughter are abducted, Det. Alex Cross is one of the first on the scene. But someone high up is using the FBI, Secret Service and CIA to keep him in the dark.
- Kill the Messenger, by Tami Hoag.
Bike messenger Jace Damon finds himself on the run from both the cops and sinister killer when picks up a package from a shady lawyer.
- The Killing Ground, by Jack Higgins.
For intelligence operative Sean Dillon, it begins with a routine passport check. But the events it will lead to will be as bloody as any he has ever known...
- Killing Lincoln, by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard.
A popular history of the assassination of President Lincoln that reads like a work of historical fiction.
- Kisser, by Stuart Woods.
Stone Barrington is looking to work on some simple divorce and custody cases for Woodman & Weld. But when he crosses paths with a fetching actress - and sometime lip model - Stone gets a little more deeply involved than he'd expected...
- Knife Edge, by Douglas Reeman.
In the fifth installment of the Royal Marine saga we find Lt. Ross Blackwood mourning the murder of his father and disillusioned with life in the Corps. Set against the backdrop of the unrest in Malaysia during the 1970's; Blackwood comes to terms with his doubts while trying to stay alive through a savage guerrilla war.
- Knight of Shadows, by Roger Zelazny.
This is the ninth book in the Chronicles of Amber series, in which Merlin escapes from the Citadel of the Four Worlds and sets out to find his father. All the while, Merlin must battle his lover Julia, who has returned from the dead to become his worse enemy.
- Knitting for Dummies, by Pam Allen.
A complete course on knitting that takes you from casting on for the first time to completing your first sweater. This book also serves as a handy reference guide for beginning and intermediate knitters.
- The Knocker on Death's Door, by Ellis Peters.
Can an ancient curse on an ancient door really kill? That is the question that Detective Chief Inspector George Felse must answer when death pays a call at the Church of Saint Eata in quiet English village of Mottisham.
- Koren Large Type Torah
The Koren Large Type Torah is a clear, large type edition of the Five Books of Moses. Featuring the famous Koren Tanakh Font, the text is particularly well suited for students in the early stages of learning Hebrew and studying the Torah, and for those needing large type.
- The Kreutzer Sonata, by Leo Tolstoy.
Tolstoy presents radical views on sex and marriage in this magnificent tale.
- Kydd, by Julian Stockwin.
An adventure tale about Tom Kydd, a young wig maker who is pressed into service upon a British battle ship in 1793, just as Britain goes to war with France.
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