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  • The 100-Year-Old Who Climbed Out Through the Win­dow and Dis­ap­peared by Jonas Jonas­son — A fic­tional book which fol­lows the adven­tures and mis-adventures of its cen­te­nar­ian pro­tag­o­nist in a hilar­i­ous romp through the 20th century.

  • 1776 by David McCul­lough — A non-fiction book about this remark­able year, the book has become a must on the list of every Amer­i­can his­tory buff since it came out.

  • 1776 Year of Illu­sions by Thomas Flem­ing — A non-fiction book focus­ing on the mil­i­tary cam­paigns of 1776, how­ever the fas­ci­nat­ing polit­i­cal devel­op­ments in Philadel­phia and Lon­don are also addressed. t.

  • 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami — a fic­tional novel which takes place between two worlds, orig­i­nally writ­ten in Japan­ese and became a best seller almost immediately.

  • 20,000 Under the Sea by Jules Verne - The clas­sic sci­ence fic­tion story fol­lows the adven­tures of Pro­fes­sor Aron­nax on Cap­tain Nemo's Nautilus.

  • 31 Bond Street by Ellen Horan -  A his­tor­i­cal fic­tion novel tak­ing place in 1857 New York City. The book fol­lows the noto­ri­ous trial of Emma Cun­ning­ham for the mur­der of her land­lord Dr. Har­vey Bur­dell, a famous dentist.

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  • The Kill Artist by Daniel Silva — The first book in the series about Israeli reluc­tant secret agent Gabriel Allon.  A super­model spy and a tor­tured hero — who can ask for any­thing more?

  • The Killer Angels by Michael Shaara — A Pulitzer Prize win­ning his­tor­i­cal fic­tion mas­ter­piece tak­ing place over three days dur­ing the Bat­tle of Gettysburg.

  • Killing Rom­mel by Steven Press­field- A his­tor­i­cal fic­tion novel which takes place in the early 1940's when the Dessert Fox's troops were intent on cap­tur­ing the Mid East oil fields in order to sup­port Germany's war machine in its attempt of world conquest.

  • King Solomon's Mines by H. Rider Hag­gard- The first novel is the first to fea­ture adven­turer Alan Quater­main pub­lished in 1885.

  • King­dom Come by Mark Waid and Alex Ross - Col­lec­tion of the a four issue comic book mini-series pub­lished in 1996. The absolute edi­tion comes with qual­ity print­ing, hard­cover, slip­case and addi­tional material.

  • King­dom Under Glass by Jay Kirk — A his­tor­i­cal fic­tion – biog­ra­phy tale about the great taxi­der­mist & con­ser­va­tion­ist, inven­tor and sculp­tor Carl Akeley.

  • Kings III (Melachim Gim­mel) by Yochi Bran­des — A bib­li­cal fic­tion book which, pre­sump­tu­ously enough, is a con­tin­u­a­tion of the bib­li­cal books of Kings I and Kings I.

  • The Krautzer Sonata by Leo Tol­stoy — aA novella writ­ten in 1889. Pozd­ny­shev over­hears a con­ver­sa­tion on a train about love and mar­riage when he is reminded of his past misdeeds.


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