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A Perfect Day / Split Second / Drifting / Beachcomber (Reader's Digest Select Editions)
A Perfect Day / Split Second / Drifting / Beachcomber - Reader's Digest Select Editions Author:Karen Robards, Richard Paul Evans, David Baldacci, Stephanie Gertler A Perfect Day * Richard Paul Evans — When aspiring novelist Robert Harlan loses his job, his wife helps him pursue his dream of becoming a published author. The result, a novel titled A Perfect Day, catapults him to the top of the bestseller charts and into a nightmare of cold ambition. Only a miracle can bring Harlan back to his senses -- a mira... more »cle with a sense of humor. A magical tale of love and awakening.
Split Second * David Baldacci
A presidential candidate is gunned down in front of Secret Service agent Sean King. Eight years later, on agent Michelle Maxwell's watch, another candidate disappears into thin air. Is there a connection? The disgraced operatives team up to learn the truth, entering a dangerous realm of rage, desire, and revenge. A high-adrenaline blockbuster guaranteed to put readers on the edge of their seats.
Drifting* Stephanie Gertler
A haunting novel that explores the lasting bond between mothers and daughters. The In at Drifting is home to owners Clair Cherney and her husband, Eli. When a mysterious guest and his young daughter come to stay, Clair senses that the girl may be in danger. In the struggle to save the child, Claire embarks on a journey to unlock the mysteries of her own childhood.
Beachcomber * Karen Robards
This may look like a beach resort, but Christy Petrino is definitely not a tourist. Her fiance has turned out to be a mob boss, the surfer dude next door is up to something a lot more mysterious than just cat-sitting, and, oh yeah, there seems to be a serial killer on the loose. When all this is over, Christy's really going to need a vacation.« less
Four terrific stories in one perfect size book. Both my husband and I read all four. My husband carried it with him to appointments, to make waiting more enjoyable. The stories were each different enough to, indeed, make it seem like you're reading four separate books, which in fact, you are.