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  • Os Dois Mundos de Astrid Jones

    King, A.S.

    'O movimento é impossível.' É o que Astrid Jones, 17 anos, aprendeu na sua aula de filosofia. E, vivendo na pequena cidade em que mora, ela começa a acreditar que isso é mesmo verdade. São sempre as mesmas pessoas, as mesmas fofocas, a mesma visão de...

  • A História do Futuro de Glory O'brien

    King, A. S.

    “Então nós duas bebemos. Ellie bebeu primeiro e agiu como se o gosto fosse bom. Eu bebi logo depois. E nem era tão ruim. Quando acordamos na manhã seguinte, o mundo estava diferente. Nós podíamos ver o futuro. Podíamos ver o passado. Podíamos ver...

  • Todo Mundo Vê Formigas

    A. S. King

    A 1ª coisa que você precisa saber é que tudo o que eu fiz foi uma pergunta idiota. A 2ª coisa que você precisa saber é que essa pergunta idiota me trouxe muitos problemas com Nader McMillan, o cara que faz bullying comigo desde que eu tinha 7 anos. E...

  • King's How To See Boston - A Trustworthy...


    Excerpt from King's How to See Boston: A Trustworthy Guide Book The plan contemplates a dozen or more easy half-day routes, usually on foot or by street-cars, because the book is prepared for the masses of the people. However, persons of wealth who...

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    A King's Ransom

    James Grippando

    The author of five bestselling novels, including Under Cover of Darkness and The Pardon, James Grippando writes compulsively readable thrillers that could be drawn from today's headlines, only better. Now his trademark gifts are wonderfully...

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    The King's Jackal

    Davis,Richard Harding; 1stWorld Library

    The private terrace of the Hotel Grand Bretagne, at Tangier, was shaded by a great awning of red and green and yellow, and strewn with colored mats, and plants in pots, and wicker chairs. It reached out from the Kings apartments into the Garden of...

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    The King's Daughter

    Dickason, Christie

    In the vein of Philippa Gregory, The King’s Daughter is a superb historical novel of the Jacobean court that will thrill historical fiction fans everywhere. Combining fascinating fact with ingenious fiction, Christie Dickason, the acclaimed author of...

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    The King's Gold

    Murray,Yxta Maya

    Una hechizante historia de tesoros perdidos y peligros ineludibles—el segundo libro en una Serie Red Lion sobresalienteTodo lo que necesita Lola Sánchez—bibliófila brillante y dueña de la librería Red Lion—para lanzarse a la aventura de una ya...

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    The King's Rifle


    It's winter 1944 and the Second World War is entering its most crucial state. A few months ago fourteen-year-old Ali Banana was a blacksmith's apprentice in his rural hometown in West Africa; now he's trekking through the Burmese jungle. Led by the...

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    The King'apos;s Mirror

    Anthony Hope
    (3166439) thank you for your continued support and wish to present you this new edition. Before my coronation there was no event in childhood that impressed itself on my memory with marked or singular distinction. My father's death, the result of a...

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    The King'apos;s Passport

    Bedford-jones, H.

    Henry James O'Brien Bedford-Jones (1887-1949) was a Canadian historical, adventure fantasy, science fiction, crime and Western writer who became a naturalized United States citizen in 1908. After being encouraged to try writing by his friend, writer...

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    A KING'apos;S GENETIC MEMORY - The Royal...


    Synopsis:This book of inspirational poetry started with the author writing down his deepest thoughts, emotions and experiences. Craig Pinckney Refour wrote about his relationships with friends, loved ones and even his enemies.----'After a few years,...

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    The King'apos;s Jackal


    The private terrace of the Hotel Grand Bretagne, at Tangier, was shaded by a great awning of red and green and yellow, and strewn with colored mats, and plants in pots, and wicker chairs. It reached out from the Kings apartments into the Garden of...

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    The King'apos;s Highway

    James,G. P. R.

    Diplomat and author George Payne Rainsford James was well versed in historical research methods, even serving for a time as Britain's Historiographer Royal. In the sweeping epic The King's Highway, James unfurls a classic tale of two friends and the...

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    The King'apos;s Secret Matter - (Tudor Saga)


    The fourth of Jean Plaidy'apos;s Tudor novels in which Henry VIII secretly plots his divorce from Katherine of Aragon.After twelve years of marriage, the once fortuitous union of Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon has declined into a loveless...

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    The King'apos;s Own

    Captain Frederick Marryat

    William Seymour grows up on shipboard in the Royal Navy, after his father is hanged during the mutiny at the Nore (1797), and later, he is impressed into the crew of a daring smuggler. This amusing and exciting novel blends in the classic true tale...

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    The King'apos;s Right


    kingdom of unrivaled enlightenment, equality and prosperity was shattered by betrayal and vanished into legend. Now the prince and heir -- believed dead -- has crossed paths with a woman determined to defy her family and society to gain freedom. He...

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    The King'apos;s Own

    Frederick Marryat

    From the Father of Modern Nautical Fiction The King's Own, written in 1830, was the second book from Frederick Marryat's pen. The plot takes place about the time of the Nore and Spithead mutinies (1797). A man is hanged for his role in those events,...

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    The King'apos;s Mate


    2nd EditionSam'apos;s Café Romances: Book OneRussell Pine comes to Sam'apos;s Café every morning to enjoy the best coffee in town and to chat with Sam Tesh, the owner, a loyal friend for the past twenty years. When Sam offers him a challenge, Russ...

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    The King'apos;s Ransom - More from the King...


    If you loved King of Algonquin Park by Paton Lodge Lindsay, get ready for more laughter and tears in The King’s Ransom: More from the King of Algonquin Park.The King’s Ransom is a companion book to King of Algonquin Park featuring more stories and...

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    The King'apos;s Highway


    A fantastic historical novel about the adventures of a highwayman.

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    The King'apos;s Heart


    Sequel to The King'apos;s TaleIn thirteenth century Cornwall, a fierce king must have a strong partner, and that is what King Christopher of Lysnowydh has in his handfasted mate. Or had before rival King Warin kidnapped and tortured Dafydd to the...

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    The King'apos;s Gift

    Kate Martyn

    Accomplished and fiercely independent Lady Eleanor de Tracy is ruthlessly seized as hostage by Sir Hugh Fitzwilliam, friend and loyal liegeman to King John I of England. A traitorous lineage is not all this mysterious lady conceals, and Hugh soon...

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    The King'apos;s Spy - (Thomas Hill 1)

    Swanston, Andrew

    Summer, 1643England is at war with itself. King Charles I has fled London, his negotiations with Parliament in tatters. The country is consumed by bloodshed. For Thomas Hill, a man of letters quietly running a bookshop in the rural town of Romsey,...

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    The King'apos;s Jackal

    Richard Harding Davis

    An engrossing account of a King who is dethroned and has to suffer humiliation. This is a unique work that motivates the reader to delve into his own personality. With deep insight into emotions and feelings, this is a classic work by Davis.

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    The King'apos;s Game

    Jennifer Scott

    Every century, selected individuals are chosen to fight for a chance to reign as a new King in their world.Each selected participants are chosen carefully by their partners and are forced to fight against other contestants for the title of King. ...

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    The King'apos;s Betrothed (Fantasy and Horror...

    HOFFMANN , E. T. A.

    This early work by E. T. A. Hoffmann was originally published in 1821. Born in Königsberg, East Prussia in 1776, Hoffmann's family were all jurists, and during his youth he was initially encouraged to pursue a career in law. However, in his late...

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    The King'apos;s Jackal

    Richard Harding Davis

    This early work by Richard Harding Davis was originally published in 1898 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. 'The King's Jackal' is a work of fiction by this famous war correspondent. Davis attended Lehigh...

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    The King'apos;s Demon


    A young woman regains consciousness to find herself alone on a moorland road at dead of night, with no memory but for two facts. One: her name is Sefira. And two: she has committed murder. She is rescued by Grendon, a high official at the royal court...

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    The King'apos;s Exile - (Thomas Hill 2)


    Spring, 1648.When Thomas Hill, a bookseller living in rural Hampshire, publishes a political pamphlet he has little idea of the trouble that will follow. He is quickly arrested, forced on a boat to Barbados and condemned to life as a slave to two of...

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    The King'apos;s Mate


    Russell Pine goes to the café every morning to enjoy his time chatting with Sam Tesh, the café owner, a friend made over the past twenty years. So when Sam asks a favor, Russ reluctantly agrees to play in a chess tournament. But the contest...

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    The King'apos;s Jackal

    Richard Harding Davis
    (3165976) thank you for your continued support and wish to present you this new edition. The private terrace of the Hotel Grand Bretagne, at Tangier, was shaded by a great awning of red and green and yellow, and strewn with colored mats, and plants...

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    The King'apos;s Grace 1910-1935

    John Buchan

    This book contains a fascinating treatise on the English King, Edward VII. It is not intended as a biography, but is instead an attempt to provide a picture - and some slight interpretation - of his reign. This volume will appeal to those with an...

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    The King'apos;s Return - (Thomas Hill 3)


    The king'apos;s coronation brings hope. Until a murderer strikes.Spring 1661: After years of civil war followed by Oliver Cromwell'apos;s joyless rule as Lord Protector, England awaits the coronation of King Charles II. The mood in London is one of...

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    The King'apos;s Girl

    Ouellette, Sylvie

    In the early 1600s, France has established a bustling new colony in North America. New trade, exploration and agriculture attract many rugged men in search of adventure and fortune. French women are being sent to the new colony and a generous dowry...

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    The King'apos;s Spies - An 11th century...

    Beaufort, Simon

    A Sir Geoffrey Mappestone mystery. March 1102March 1102, and Robert de Belleme, the Black Earl of Shrewsbury, is summoned to appear before King Henry'apos;s Easter Court, to answer for siding with the King'apos;s older brother, the Duke of Normandy,...

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    The King'apos;s Fifth

    Scott O'apos;Dell

    While awaiting trial for murder and withholding from the king the obligatory fifth of the gold found in Cibola, Esteban, a seventeen-year-old cartographer, recalls his adventures with a band of conquistadors.

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    The King'apos;s Last Song


    Can a twelfth-century Cambodian king'apos;s sense of compassion and justice translate to the present?

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    The King'apos;s Voice

    Karen L Peradon

    The King’s Voice is a fantasy novel set in the vast and vibrant land of Goaero. The story begins with a mute king whose voice has been stolen away. His brother, the evil Prince Encoda bestows soldier Mallory with the quest to find it.Happy to be on a...

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    The King'apos;s Jackal


    The private terrace of the Hotel Grand Bretagne, at Tangier, was shaded by a great awning of red and green and yellow, and strewn with colored mats, and plants in pots, and wicker chairs. It reached out from the Kings apartments into the Garden of...

  • Chaucer's Influence Upon King James I. Of...

    Wood, Henry

    Excerpt from Chaucer's Influence Upon King James I. Of Scotland as Poet: Inaugural-Dissertation for Gaining the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Leipzig In another part of the King's Quair (v, 11 ff.) Fortune's wheel is described...

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  • King Arthur's Socks And Other Village Plays...

    Dell, Floyd

    Excerpt from King Arthur's Socks and Other Village Plays The first celestial figure. You have the right attitude. There's nothing too small or insignificant to know about. Do you remember the name of the place? About the Publisher Forgotten Books...

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  • Anne Boleyn, A King's Obsession

    Weir, Alison

    In this second novel of Alison Weir's epic Six Tudor Queens series, the acclaimed author and historian weaves exciting new research into the story of Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII's most infamous wife, a woman ahead of her time whose very life--and...

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    Winter's King

    Ursula K. Le Guin

    The recipient of numerous literary prizes, including the National Book Award, the Kafka Award, and the Pushcart Prize, Ursula K. Le Guin is renowned for her spare, elegant prose, rich characterization, and diverse worlds. 'Winter's King' is a short...

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