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Reader's Digest Condensed Books: Mrs. Washington and Horowitz, Too; Point of Impact; November of the Heart; Shooting Script
Reader's Digest Condensed Books Mrs Washington and Horowitz Too Point of Impact November of the Heart Shooting Script Author:LaVyrle Spencer, Stephen Hunter, Henry Denker, Gordon Cotler Mrs. Washington and Horowitz, Too by Henry Denker — Harriet Washington is worried about her old friend Samuel Horowitz. Once the crankiest man on Central Park West, with an opinion about everything, Sam is now listless and at loose ends. His best friend and pinochle partner has moved to Florida. His business doesn't need him anymore. Once, years ... more »ago, Mrs. Washington came to Horowitz's rescue when he was ill and out of sorts. Now she has another plan. Can she work her healing magic again? The delightful sequel to one of our all-time favorites, Horowitz and Mrs. Washington.
Point of Impact by Stephen Hunter
Bob Lee Swagger, a hunter who tracks animals to save their lives rather then take them, is about to learn what it's like when the entire country turns against you. And Nick Memphis, a dedicated FBI man, is about to learn that what goes on behind closed doors in the government isn't always what's best for the country. These two men, both victims of a secret agency gone out of control, are about to have their lives pulled inside out. And it all begins when the President arrives to give a speech in New Orleans.
November of the Heart by LaVyrle Spencer
It's summer 1895. In White Bear Lake, Minnesota, the wealthy gather for the newest rage: yacht racing. For Jens Harken, a kitchen worker, this is the chance to fulfill his dream to build the fastest sailboat ever. Then Lorna Barnett enters his life. Daughter of the yacht club's commodore, she holds the key to horizons beyond Jens' reach. But Lorna and Jens are from different worlds, and the passion that grows between them can only lead to pain. A story of love against great odds, from the author of Bygones.
Shooting Script by Gordon Cotler
Television writer Byron Saldinger has found the plot that has everything. The wisecracking hero is accused of murder, the beautiful young roller skater who is his alibi disappears, and his only ally is a New York ex-cop whose gun is back East. It would make a great TV script, except Byron isn't writing it. He's living it. An entertaining mystery set behind Hollywood's glamorous facade.