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The Keeper

  [english | 1957]  

Henry Beam Piper


Summary: [Keeper: Living with Nancy is a 2009 biographical book which describes the terrible emotional strain of living with Alzheimers disease by detailing author Andrea Gillies care for her mother-in-law Nancy who is suffering from the disease.]
Genres: [fiction | science fiction | short storiesDownloads: 490

The Keeper Of Cademuir

  [english | 1894]  

John Buchan


Summary: [Evil men had stolen his treasure and Raud set out with his deer rifle and his great dog Brave to catch the thieves before they could reach the Starfolk. That the men had negatron pistols meant little--Raud was the Keeper....]
Genres: [fiction | horror | short storiesDownloads: 61

The Keeper Of The Door

  [english | ]  

Ethel Dell


Summary: [Evil men had stolen his treasure and Raud set out with his deer rifle and his great dog Brave to catch the thieves before they could reach the Starfolk. That the men had negatron pistols meant little--Raud was the Keeper....]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 88

The Keepers Of The King Peace

  [english | ]  

Edgar Wallace


Excerpts: []
Genres: [classicDownloads: 236

The Keepers Of The Kings Peace

  [english | 1917]  

Edgar Wallace


Excerpts: [... . The last thing I remember was... Kick that man of yours and come back to the bungalow, Hamilton interrupted, there's a job for you, my boy. He ...... smiled, and flung out a heap of dresses, hats, stockings and shoes. If they'd sent a roll or two of print I might have used them-but strong ...... course, dear old Miss Hamilton, he was saying, lowering his voice, I shouldn't like ...]
Genres: [fictionDownloads: 382

The Keepsake

  [english | 1818]  

Anonymous


Excerpts: [... Blind Boy19. Spring22. Summer23. Autumn25. Winter27. Anne and Edward, Part I.29. Part II.31. George and Edmund33. Fanny37. Alfred40. William41. THE ...... say your lesson on my knee,. Your book is there, the pointer in it,. All ready to begin this minute. What. pout your lip, and scream and cry,. And ...... us all. To try the ice to-day.. Hush. foolish Ellen, see how strong,. How ...]
Genres: [poetryDownloads: 295

The Kellys And The Okellys

  [english | ]  

Anthony Trollope


Excerpts: [... So the two retired to their beds, Barry determined, as he declared to the attorney in his drunken friendship, to have it out of Anty, when he ...... it was unnecessary to do so, though it was certainly my intention, as it was Miss Wyndham's wish, that I should have written to you formally ...... have no security, my lord, against my being in debt. You can, however, have every ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 358

The Kennel Murder Case

  [english | 1933]  

S Van Dine


Excerpts: [... evidently veiling double sliding doors. To the left were other porti??res but these were drawn back, and we could look through the open doors ...... this case. Humorous in a grim, satirical sense. Some one miscalculated somewhere???the murderer was sitting in a game with the cards stacked against ...... what about it? Doremus began filling in the order. There's the body???look at ...]
Genres: [fiction | mystery detectiveDownloads: 364

The Kensington District

  [english | 1903]  

Geraldine Edith Mitton


Excerpts: [... end of the cemetery from whence we started. The borough is surrounded on the west, south, and east respectively by Hammersmith, Chelsea, and ...... a special agreement was made by which Robert Horseman still retained his right to live in the manor house. This is important, as it led to the foundation ...... Another derivation for Knightsbridge is therefore necessary. The old ...]
Genres: [travel | historyDownloads: 162

The Kentons

  [english | 1902]  

William Dean Howells


Summary: [William Dean Howells (March 1 1837 ? May 11 1920) was an American realist author and literary critic. He was known for the Christmas story Christmas Every Day and the novel The Rise of Silas Lapham.]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 100

The Kentucky Ranger

  [english | 1922]  

Edward Curnick


Excerpts: [... preaching the gospel in many places, when he is introduced to our readers. Jasper Very was known early in his ministry as a great camp meeting ...... from 'way down East to far-famed Kentucky. There he helped his father clear the wilderness and make a comfortable home. At twenty-three years of age ...... called Long Tom. In his cavernous mouth he held an immense chew of tobacco, ...]
Genres: [religion | westernDownloads: 80

The Kenzie Report

  [english | 1953]  

Mark Irvin Clifton


Summary: [If this story has a moral it is: Leave well enough alone. Just look what happened to Kenzie mad-about-ants MacKenzie who didnt....]
Genres: [fiction | science fiction | short storiesDownloads: 301

The Key To Peace

  [english | 1978]  

A Marie Miles


Summary: [The Case for Peace: How The Arab-Israeli Conflict Can Be Resolved is the sequel to The Case for Israel by Alan Dershowitz.]
Genres: [religion | post 1930Downloads: 390

The Key To Yesterday

  [english | 1910]  

Charles Neville Buck


Summary: [Upon the Winds of Yesterday and Other Explorations is a collection of paintings by George Barr. It was published in 1976 by Donald M. Grant Publisher Inc. in an edition of 2500 copies. The book was released in commemoration of Barr being a Guest of Honor at the 34th World Science Fiction Convention.]
Genres: [romanceDownloads: 226

The Khaki Boys Over The Top

  [english | ]  

Gordon Bates


Excerpts: [... together again, waiting for the final word that might send then all into eternity, or cause them to live horribly misshapen. Something of this seemed ...... of battle. Come on.. He started on a run over the shell-torn ground, with what remained of the barbed wire entanglements here and there. I'm coming. ...... must be some reason for it. I'm just as anxious to give Fritz his ...]
Genres: [warDownloads: 8

The Khedive Country

  [english | ]  

George Manville Fenn


Summary: [George Manville Fenn (January 3 1831 Pimlico - August 26 1909 Isleworth) was a British writer. He worked as a teacher in Lincolnshire until he became printer editor and publisher of various magazines. He had two sons and six daughters with his wife Susanna Leake whom he had married in 1855. He was editor and proprietor of Once a Week from 1873 until its demise in 1879 and then was entirely ...]
Genres: [non fictionDownloads: 141

The Kid Was A Killer

  [english | ]  

Caryl Chessman


Excerpts: [... kid. He spit out the butt. I didn't say it, the kid managed to get out. You callin' me a liar? the old man asked ominously. No, the ...... I looked in the dresser. What gun? It's old Mr. Rayne's, I'm positive. He's let me look at it a couple of times. Then what's ...... in jail? the kid asked. Hell, son, Mulligan said uneasily. We got a job to do. You ought to let her go. It's ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 17

The Kidnap Murder Case

  [english | 1936]  

S Van Dine


Excerpts: [... spoke he rang for Currie, his old English butler and majordomo, and asked for his hat and chamois gloves. Filling his cigarette case, he waved a friendly ...... Can't be any one else's finger-prints except the guy what lives here. Nothing new anywhere. And the window-sill? asked Heath with desperate hopefulness. Not ...... a bit??? . He moved to the chest of drawers and adjusted ...]
Genres: [fiction | mystery detectiveDownloads: 87

The Kidnapping Of Madame Storey

  [english | 1936]  

Hulbert Footner


Excerpts: [... apparent numbering error in Pink-Eye, going directly from subsection 6 to subsection 8. We have not attempted to correct this numbering error. THE ...... of protest from his admirers. It adds a zest to life, he said. We are too far sunk in our creature comforts. Nothing like a good crime or two ...... beginning to show through the mist. Horrible, horrible place. I said with a ...]
Genres: [short story collection | mysterydetectiveDownloads: 496

The Kind of Unity Larin Proclaimed at the Swedish Congress

  [english | 1913]  

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin


Summary: [After the defeat of the July Days the Bolsheviks had their backs to the wall. Their press had been smashed and many of their leaders were also being hounded. The reaction was further boosted by the revelation that Lenin was really in the pay of the German government (with which Russia was still at war). This lie peddled by a couple of drunken adventurers implausible though it was was suddenly ...]
Genres: [political | revolutionary | social historyDownloads: 410
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