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The Chamber, Remember Me, The Intruders, The Acorn Winter
The Chamber Remember Me The Intruders The Acorn Winter Author:John Grisham, Mary Higgins Clark, Stephan Coonts, Elizabeth Webster The Chamber - John Grisham — For Sam Cayhall the waiting is almost over. — For nine and a half years he has been sitting on death row while his lawyers tried every possible legal maneuver to postpone his appointment with the Mississippi gas chamber. — Now Sam?s time is up. His latest appeal has been rejected, and the date for his execution has bee... more »n set.
And Sam is ready. He?s tired of fighting, tired of prison, tired of a life he?ll be happy to leave behind.
But not yet. For Sam is about to meet a brash young lawyer, Adam Hall, who?s set on making one last effort to save him from the chamber.
Remember Me - Mary Higgins Clark
A sweet new baby, a month long vacation in an intriguing old house on Cape Cod---for young Menley Nichols there could hardly be a more perfect tonic she struggles to recover from a terrible tragedy.
Yet the old house seems alive with memories and dark secrets from the past---odd noises in the night, a sense of something?or someone?
But surely Menley is only imagining things. For what harm could possibly befall her in such a wonderful place?
The Intruders - Stephan Coonts
He was a crack navy pilot. In Vietnam he?d been shot at, shot up, and shot down.
Now it was 1973, the war was over, and Jake Grafton wasn?t at all sure what he was doing back aboard an aircraft carrier. Flying dangerous missions in lousy weather. Teamed up with a marine bombardier with a bad attitude. Separated from the woman he loved.
Man, it was enough to make a guy reconsider the whole crazy business?
The Acorn Winter - Elizabeth Webster
It was hard enough when Beth Halliday lost her husband, but now her young son has died too, taking with him her last hope of happiness. As the golden autumn overtakes the English countryside, Beth struggles to overcome her unbearable grief. Then, in the dead of winter, when she least expects it, she is given another chance to love again---if only she is brave enough to reach out and take it.« less