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Keys to Investing In Real Estate

by Jack C. Harris Jack P. Friedman

The authors give detailed advice on buying, selling, and operating residential rental and commercial real estate to achieve cash flow, income, tax shelter, and appreciation value. Leasing information and exercising leverage through borrowing are included. Titles in the popular" Business Keys" series are written for non-professionals. They take the mystery out of finance and investment, and offer advice on money management to ordinary consumers. Using non-technical language, these books offer up-to-date information on a wide range of money matters." Business Keys" titles are regularly updated to reflect the most current market conditions and business innovations Jack P. Friedman is a real estate appraiser and consultant in Dallas, Texas. Jack C. Harris is a research economist at the Real Estate Center of Texas A&M University. Friedman and Harris are the authors of Keys to Buying a Foreclosed Home, Kees to Mortgage Financing and Refinancing, and Keys to Purchasing a Condo or Co-op.

Keys to Spiritual Growth (Revised and Expanded)

by John Macarthur

A guide to attaining spiritual growth. With an emphasis on biblical scripture as a means of harnessing and maturing your faith in God.

Keys to the Castle

by Donna Ball

The author of the Ladybug Farm series delivers an exhilarating new novel of a middle-aged woman who follows her heart to love and happiness. When a dashing French poet swept forty-something workaholic Sara Graves off her feet, she did something completely unexpected: She married him. Then three weeks later he died, leaving her a house she can't afford to keep in a country she's never been to. Traveling to France to settle the estate, Sara is shocked to discover that her husband wasn't the impoverished poet he claimed to be- and that the estate he left her is a 400-year-old crumbling castle in the Loire Valley. Now Sara must sell Chateau Rondelais before it (not to mention her late husband's disarmingly handsome lawyer and best friend) makes her question her decision to leave-and opens her heart to change and all its unexpected possibilities.

The Keys to the Kingdom #1: Mister Monday

by Garth Nix

Best-selling author Garth Nix creates a magical world and an intriguing mystery in this new blockbuster series. Seven days. Seven keys. Seven virtues. Seven sins. One mysterious house is the doorway to a very mysterious world -- where one boy is about to venture and unlock a number of fantastical secrets. This is another thrilling, triumphantly imaginative series from Garth Nix, the best-selling author of THE SEVENTH TOWER, SABRIEL, and LIRAEL.

The Keys to the Kingdom #4: Sir Thursday

by Garth Nix

The stellar fourth book in Garth Nix's masterpiece series... now in paperback! On the fourth day there was war... Following their adventures in the Border Sea, Arthur and Leaf head for home. But only Leaf gets through the Front Door. Arthur is blocked because someone . . . or something . . . has assumed his identity and is taking over his life. Before Arthur can take action, he is drafted by Sir Thursday and forced to join the Glorious Army of the Architect. While Leaf tries to banish Arthur's doppleganger on earth, Arthur must survive his basic training, avoid getting posted to the Front and work out how he can free Part Four of the Will....

Keyshia and Clyde

by Treasure E. Blue

"Essence"-bestselling author Blue introduces star-crossed lovers who find redemption and hope in each other, but learn that escaping their pasts is not so easy.

Keystone

by Charles A. Taormina

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The KGB File of Andrei Sakharov

by Joshua Rubenstein Alexander Gribanov Ella Shmulevich Efrem Yankelevich Alla Zeide

Andrei Sakharov (1921-1989), a brilliant physicist and the principal designer of the Soviet hydrogen bomb, later became a human rights activist and--as a result--a source of profound irritation to the Kremlin. This book publishes for the first time ever KGB files on Sakharov that became available during Boris Yeltsin's presidency. The documents reveal the untold story of KGB surveillance of Sakharov from 1968 until his death in 1989 and of the regime's efforts to intimidate and silence him. The disturbing archival materials show the KGB to have had a profound lack of understanding of the spiritual and moral nature of the human rights movement and of Sakharov's role as one of its leading figures.

KGB: Secret Work of Soviet Secret Agents

by John Barron

John Barron catalogs the actions and methods of the KGB, the Soviet secret police, as they tried to foment revolution throughout the world.

Kharkov 1942

by Howard Gerrard Robert Forczyk

After failing to finish off the German Army in the 1941/42 Winter Counteroffensive and aware that Hitler was planning a new summer offensive in mid-1942, Stalin directed the Red Army to conduct a powerful blow in one sector of the Eastern Front in order to disrupt German plans. The sector chosen was Kharkov, where the Soviet Southwestern Front had seized bridgeheads over the Donets River and Heeresgruppe Süd appeared vulnerable. Under Stalin's trusted military advisor, Marshal Semyon Timoshenko, the Stavka's remaining reserves were assembled and prepared to conduct a breakthrough attack intended to encircle the German Sixth Army near Kharkov.However, Stalin was unaware that the Germans were planning their own riposte at Kharkov, known as Operation Fredericus. When Timoshenko began his offensive in May 1942, he did not realize the limitations of his own forces or the agility of the Germans to recover from setbacks, all of which contributed to one of the Red Army greatest defeats of World War II. The German victory at Kharkov also contributed to the Wehrmacht's ability to push to the Volga River, once the Red Army was seriously weakened along the Donets. This volume will pay particular attention to intelligence and logistics issues, as well as how this campaign served as a prelude to the battle of Stalingrad. It will also focus on the nascent development of the Red Army's tank corps and 'deep battle' tactics, as well as the revival of the German Panzertruppen after Barbarossa.

Khasi Folk Songs and Tales

by Desmond L. Kharmawphlang A.R. Tripathi

The dialects and languages spoken by tribals in India are very large in number. The literary compositions in most of them have survived in oral form, though some tribal languages have taken to writing as a means of recording literary compositions. Documented and translated into English by Desmond L. Kharmawphlang. Translated into Hindi by A. R. Tripathi.

Ki-43 'Oscar'Aces of World War 2

by Hiroshi Ichimura

Dubbed the 'Oscar' by the Allies, the Ki-43 Hayabusa was the most prolific Japanese fighter of World War II. Produced in great numbers, it initially proved superior to most US and British fighter types, due to its excellent maneuverability. The light weight and large wing area gave it a small turning radius and a high rate-of-climb which was ideal for pilots in close combat fighting. However, the Ki-43's swiftness and agility came at a price, with the low-wing design meaning that firepower and safety had to be sacrificed. With only two machine guns, a Ki-43 pilot would have to perform a dangerous balancing act between achieving a high rate of kills and their own survival. Surprisingly, more Japanese pilots achieved Ace status flying the Hayabusa than any other plane and despite being steadily outclassed by new fighters, the Ki-43 remained in frontline JAAF service until the war's end. This book expertly charts the experiences of the pilots and discusses the early stages of the war in South-East Asia, China, Burma and New Guinea. Accompanied by detailed appendices and specially commissioned artwork, this is the first volume in English to focus exclusively on the exploits of the Ki-43.

Kick @$$

by Maggie Shayne Maryjanice Davidson Angela Knight Jacey Ford

Four of today's hottest authors--Maggie Shayne, MaryJanice Davidson, Jacey Ford, and Angela Knight--present a quartet of sexy tales about bold women who take no prisoners, either in a fight or in love.

Kick

by Walter Dean Myers Ross Workman

For the very first time in his decades-long career writing for teens, acclaimed and beloved author Walter Dean Myers writes with a teen, Ross Workman. Kevin Johnson is thirteen years old. And heading for juvie. He's a good kid, a great friend, and a star striker for his Highland, New Jersey, soccer team. His team is competing for the State Cup, and he wants to prove he has more than just star-player potential. Kevin's never been in any serious trouble . . . until the night he ends up in jail. Enter Sergeant Brown, a cop assigned to be Kevin's mentor. If Kevin and Brown can learn to trust each other, they might be able to turn things around before it's too late.

Kick, Pass, and Run

by Leonard Kessler

After observing a boy's football game, a group of animals organizes its own teams and game.

Kick the Football, Charlie Brown!

by Judy Katschke Charles M. Shultz

"Happiness is a warm puppy! Happiness is catching snowflakes on your tongue! Happiness is a side dish of french fries with ketchup! And sometimes. . . happiness is kicking a football." Other books by these authors are available in this library.

Kicked, Bittten, and Scratched: Life and Lessons at the World's Premier School for Exotic Animal Trainers

by Amy Sutherland

Walking cougars on leashes, teaching a mandrill to get an injection, working with elephants, and teaching rats to run up mazes are some of the things students in the Exotic Animal Training and Management program do at Moore Park College. Follow the "first year" students as they learn and grow to develop confidence in handling animals and improve their ways of managing each other. Good read for anyone interested in any type of animal training.

Kicking and Screaming: The Comeback Kids (Festival Readers)

by Catherine Hapka

The Tigers cannot do anything right on the field. They do not just lose games - they get clobbered. Enter Gian Piero and Massimo, two Italian boys better than anyone else in the whole league. Can the Tigers make it all the way to the finals? And can they do it together, working as a team?

Kicking the Sacred Cow: Questioning the Unquestionable and Thinking the Impermissible

by James P. Hogan

Scientists are Only Human, and Not Immune to Dogma. A New York Times Best-selling Writer Examines the Facts in the Most Profound Controversies in Modern Science. Galileo may have been forced to deny that the Earth moves around the Sun; but in the end, science triumphed. Nowadays science fearlessly pursues truth, shining the pure light of reason on the mysteries of the universe. Or does it? As best-selling author James P. Hogan demonstrates in this fact-filled and thoroughly documented study, science has its own roster of hidebound pronouncements which are Not to be Questioned. Among the dogma-laden subjects he examines are Darwinism, global warming, the big bang, problems with relativity, radon and radiation, holes in the ozone layer, the cause of AIDS, and the controversy over Velikovsky. Hogan explains the basics of each controversy with his clear, informative style, in a book that will be fascinating for anyone with an interest in the frontiers of modern science. This book also discusses Asbestos and why the Twin-Towers should have stood for hours, long enough for most to have escaped. He also takes up the CFC Controversy and the myths about DDT. False Science costs lives, especially in the third world.

Kicking Up Dirt

by Ashley Fiolek Caroline Ryder

At nineteen, Ashley Fiolek is already the top female competitor in a tough men's sport: motocross, a form of off-road motorcycle racing that is one of the most competitive and dangerous extreme sports in the world. Since going pro in late 2007, Fiolek has taken gold at the X Games, won the American Women's Motocross Championship twice, and become the first woman in American motocross history to be signed to a factory team-the highest echelon of industry backing. But Fiolek's rise has not come without obstacles. Fiolek was born profoundly deaf, a handicap that makes everyday life difficult-and competition on the track downright dangerous. Originally misdiagnosed as "mildly retarded," she was a painfully shy and introverted child-until her parents introduced her to the world of dirt bikes, which helped her escape the silence in her head and connect with others who shared her passion. She began racing at seven, and as her successes grew through hard work and no small number of broken bones, so did her confidence. Fiolek has never believed her disability should stand in the way of her dreams. Nor has she allowed her gender to limit her career-motocross historically has been a men's sport, but with the love and support of her dirt-obsessed family, including her "Grandpa Motorcycle," her little brother, Kicker, and her dogs, Turbo and Rocco, Ashley has emerged as one of the sport's most talked-about stars, changing the way the entire industry views women. Armed with her extraordinary talent, contagious grin, and deep faith in God, Fiolek continues to venture into unknown territory, relentlessly pushing herself-and women's motocross-to ever-greater heights. Kicking Up Dirt is a remarkable, inspiring tale of a young woman's courage and determination to succeed in the face of truly challenging obstacles.

Kickoff Time (Angel Park Soccer Stars #1)

by Dean Hughes

Jacob Scott, of Angel Park baseball fame, finds out first-hand that soccer is just as exciting as baseball, and maybe more demanding.

Kickoff to Danger

by Franklin W. Dixon

College recruiters are after Terry, and all the jocks are eager to join his clique, called the Golden Boys. But getting in means hazing, and soon the pranks are spinning into the danger zone. When the Hardys' friend Biff is seriously injured, the brothers start investigating. But Terry's future is at stake, and a surprise suspect is out to clip the boys- at any cost!

Kickstarter For Dummies

by Aimee Cebulski

Learn to use Kickstarter to make your great ideas a realityAs a crowd-funding website for creative projects, Kickstarter has the power to make creative ideas come to life. This helpful guide walks you through the potential of this amazing tool, which has helped project creators successfully launch their projects since 2009. You'll learn how to create a Kickstarter account, set up your first project, and effectively use social media to bring awareness to your project and build up the community around it to hopefully reach the goal of 100 percent funding. Explains how to determine if you meet the requirements to create a projectGets you started with creating your first project, choosing a great project image, and write a compelling project title and descriptionHelps you establish rewards for project backersZeroes in on deciding a funding duration and funding goalWhether you have an idea for a movie, video game, gadget or anything in between, Kickstarter For Dummies is the fun and friendly guide to help you get the funds to make your idea happen!

The Kickstarter Handbook

by Don Steinberg

A business book for 21st-century entrepreneurs, THE KICKSTARTER HANDBOOK will be the first book to market on a phenomenally popular website--and a new way of financing your wildest dreams.

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