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Reader's Digerst Condensed Books Volume 4 1988 "Tusmani!" "The Charm School" "A Walk in the Dark" "The Harrogate Secret"
Reader's Digerst Condensed Books Volume 4 1988 Tusmani The Charm School A Walk in the Dark The Harrogate Secret Author:Stern, Cookson, DeMille, Stranger "The Charm School" Nelson DeMille — Friday Evening. Moscow. A frightened American tourist telephones the U.S. embassy and blurts out an incredible story. American pilots are being held prsoner at a secret installation deep in the Russian woods--Mrs. Ivanova's Charm School. For Lisa Rhodes, embassy information officer, the tale sounds too biza... more »rre to be true. But military attache Sam Hollis isn't so sure. And when the young tourist disappears, Sam's investigation takes him and Lisa to the heart of a deadly cold-war conspiracy. What is the Charm School? And why is the KGB so intent on keeping it hidden?
"The Harrogate Secret"
Ten-year-old Freddie Musgrave has his wits about him and luck at his side. For two years he has been running his small boat across the Tyne River, passing messages to the Newcastle smugglers, eluding the customs men by the skin of his teeth. Then one night Freddie witnesses a scene of terrible madness, a scene he is sworn never to reveal. But that night will haunt Freddie's life forever, bringing him both his greatest joy and his greatest peril. Suspence, romance, and adventure combine to make this latest novel by Catherine Cookson one of her most unforgettable.
Richard Martin Stern
"Tsunami: the killer wave traveling across the Pacific Ocean over six hundred miles per hour, fueled by millions of tons of water, exploding to a height of a hundred feet. If oceanographerPete Williamson's calculations are correct, this devastating force will soon be unleashed, breaking on the harbor town of Encino Beach, in southern California. An easygoing resort packed with pleasure boats and sunseekers, Encino Beach has never been hit before. Is Pete's prediction of impending disaster accurate? And can he convince the skeptical townspeople before it's too late? High-impact suspense from the author of "Wildfire".
"A Walk in the Dark"
Steve Drake is on top of the world. He has a flourishing sheep farm in the hills of western Scotland, and his childhood sweetheart, the beautiful, dark-haired Mara, is soon to become his bride. Then in one brief shattering moment Steve's bright future goes black. There is an accident. He is blind. But life is not over, as he first believes. There are new directions he can take, with very special people--and one very special dog at his side--to help hiim along the way.« less