Finding Kate

Author: A. G. Hayes
Publisher: Savant Books & Publications
ISBN: 0997247215
Size: 14.59 MB
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Long-ignored computer genius Kate Keenan has designed a computer program that will put Hollywood and Bollywood out of business overnight. Suddenly everyone wants her...and her program. To stay alive, Kate goes into hiding, barely keeping ahead of a lethal hoard of pursuers with only one thing in mind: FINDING KATE and possessing or destroying the program. The widely anticipated prequel to the award-wining novel, QUANTUM DEATH by A. G. Hayes and Raymond Gaynor.

Finding Kate

Author: Maryanne Fantalis
Publisher: City Owl Press
ISBN: 1944728228
Size: 49.12 MB
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Kathryn's strong will and sharp tongue have branded her a shrew in her small town. Now, not even the generous dowry offered by her wealthy father can tempt any man to court her. But when Sir William rides into town on his magnificent war horse, Kathryn's world turns upside down. William is like a burr in Kathryn's side from the very beginning. Even the way he insists on calling her "Kate" irritates her thoroughly, yet she can't keep from listening for his voice. Though he claims he is the only man for her, she is certain he only wants her rich dowry. When he proposes marriage, she accepts as a way out of her miserable home. Freed from her cruel family and judgmental town, Kathryn must decide whether she will continue her battle of wills with the sometimes charming, often maddening Sir William. Will she remain the shrewish Kathryn or find a way to be Will's Kate? This delightful re-imagining of "The Taming of the Shrew" is sure to enchant longtime Shakespeare fans and newcomers alike. "Full of familiar characters and new insights, Finding Kate is a smart and subtle retelling, rich in Shakespearean references and vivid historical details." - YA Historical Fiction Author, Katherine Longshore

Finding Kate S Shoes

Author: Erica Dornbusch
Publisher: Annick Pr
ISBN: 9781550376708
Size: 35.28 MB
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In a wordless picture book, Kate and her mom hunt for Kate's missing shoes, but while Kate's mom searches the couch, the clothes dryer, etc., Kate's imagination searches much more livelier locales. Simultaneous.

Finding Kate

Author: Pamela Humphrey
Publisher: Phrey Press
ISBN: 0996877061
Size: 21.96 MB
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Time doesn’t heal all wounds, but it sometimes delays retribution. After learning she was kidnapped as a child, Kate is eager to move to Texas. Alex—excited about their newly budding relationship—suggests a road trip to Denver to pack up her apartment. When her story hits the 24-hour news cycle, long-kept secrets threaten Kate and Alex’s happily-ever-after and their lives. Kate wants to start over in the house her mother loved. Alex wants time for the relationship to deepen, but when the unthinkable happens, he realizes love rarely shows up alone. In a hunt to find Kate, Alex lands at her laptop, searching. Can he keep her alive? Can he keep her at all?

Finding Kate Huntley

Author: Theresa Ragan
ISBN: 9781466470569
Size: 36.17 MB
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During a vacation in the Caribbean, fifteen-year old Kate Huntley's father, a prominent U.S. scientist, is murdered before her eyes. For the next ten years Kate grows up alone in Haiti, one of the most dangerous and poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere. Not a day goes by that she doesn't think of her father. Kate pushes herself to become stronger, mentally and physically. Every day is a struggle for survival. And yet she lives for only one reason…revenge.While looking for a drug lord via satellite in Port-au-Prince, Haiti's capital, Jack Coffey, rookie FBI agent, spots Kate Huntley. Jack is sent by the agency to find Ms. Huntley and bring her back to the States. They have many unanswered questions about her father's death. A professional and responsible man, Jack is confused by Kate's lack of cooperation. He wants to help her return to the States where he believes she'll be safe, but she treats him like the enemy and refuses to go. Everything about her is a contradiction. She looks fragile and innocent, but every time he turns around she's putting another thug in his place. In the beginning Jack wonders if Kate's distrust of his superiors is warranted or just simple paranoia. In the end, Jack realizes nothing is as it seems.

Finding Kate Maccarthy

Author: A. K. Doran
ISBN: 9781799148296
Size: 54.63 MB
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Kathryn Taylor had grown up in Chicago but her heart was always out at the farm with her grandmother. Gram wrote wonderful children's stories about the wee folk in Ireland. And her granddaughter, "Kate," had become her illustrator a few years earlier and loved being able to make all Gram's wonderful little creatures come to life. When Gram passed away and left Kathryn a small farm in Ireland and one request, she had no idea that her life was about to change. Every woman has a secret or two but Gram's left her dumbfounded. Kathryn finds herself owning a lovely property near the village of Ballybrie, complete with its own castle ruins and fairy ring. With a bit of Irish magic to guide her along the way, she sees the meaning of true love all around her. Slowly, Kathryn Taylor emerges from her cocoon and finds her own beautiful wings that will carry her anywhere her own heart desires.

Finding Pearl Harbor

Author: Kate March
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 1468500503
Size: 60.78 MB
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Over half a century after the event, we are marking the distruction or our naval fleet by the Empire of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Part history and part mystery story, Finding Pearl Harbor is the first of five books about children growing up onthe home front during WorldWar II. Set in a small rural community the children are learning to cope with highly personal issues of their own when suddenly confronted with the possiblilty of war invading their isolated lives. Larry, the oldest, wants to join the army, but is charged with the care of his lttle sister, Molly, who firmly believes their mother is with the angels. Stella struggles to understand her strange gift of second sight. Ellen’s mother seems bitterly unloving for no good reason. Barbara, sent from England to escape the bombs, works hard at settling into her new life. Roland handicapped, silent and brooding seeks ways to reach out to the others. Finding Pearl Harbor is fiction, but the events of World War II are carefully interwoven into the story. It is the children’s task to come to terms with them in a world where they think “nobody ever tells you anything.”

A Grave Denied

Author: Dana Stabenow
Publisher: Minotaur Books
ISBN: 142990917X
Size: 64.15 MB
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Everyone knew Len Dreyer, a handyman for hire in the Park near Niniltna, Alaska, but no one knew anything else about him. Even Kate Shugak hired him to thin the trees on her 160-acre homestead and was planning to ask him to help build a small second cabin on her property for Johnny Morgan, a teenaged boy in her care. But she, the Park's unofficial p.i., seems to have known less about him than anyone. Alaska is a place where anybody can bury his history and start fresh, and for any reason, but this particular mystery comes to light when Len Dreyer turns up murdered. His body is discovered, frozen solid, in the path of a receding glacier with the hole from a shotgun blast in his chest. No one even knew he was missing, but it turns out he's been missing for months. Alaska State Trooper Jim Chopin asks Kate to help him dig into Dreyer's background, in the hope of finding some reason for his murder. She takes the case, mindful of the need for gainful employment as she copes with her responsibility for Johnny, a constant reminder of his father, her dead lover. Little does she imagine that by trying to provide for him she just might put him right in the path of danger. A talented writer at the prime of her abilities, Stabenow delivers a masterful crime novel in A Grave Denied that turns out to be as much about living as it is about dying.

Little Girl Lost

Author: Brian McGilloway
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 0230759874
Size: 37.23 MB
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The first in Brian McGilloway's thrilling DS Lucy Black series, Little Girl Lost is an addictive crime thriller set in Northern Ireland about corruption, greed and vengeance, and a father's love for his daughter. Midwinter. A child is found wandering in an ancient woodland, her hands covered in blood. But it is not her own. Unwilling – or unable – to speak, the only person she seems to trust is the young officer who rescued her, Detective Sergeant Lucy Black. Soon afterwards, DS Black is baffled to find herself suddenly moved from a high-profile case involving a kidnapping of another girl, a prominent businessman's teenage daughter. At home, Black is struggling with caring for her increasingly unstable father, and trying to avoid conflict with her frosty mother – who also happens to be the Assistant Chief Constable. As she tries to identify the unclaimed child, Black begins to realize that her case and the kidnapping may be linked by events from the grimmest days of the country's recent history – events that also defined her own troubled childhood.