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Reader's Digest Condensed Books: Without Remorse, The Old House at Railes, Decider, King Of The Hill
Reader's Digest Condensed Books Without Remorse The Old House at Railes Decider King Of The Hill Author:Tom Clancy, Mary E. Pearce, Dick Francis, A. E. Hotchner Without Remorse by Tom Clancy — A Vietnam War veteran who's fought many battles, John Kelly is now living peacefully on Chesapeake Bay. He has a steady job, he's in love, and he's sure his fighting days are over. He's wrong. For suddenly a new enemy confronts him - a network of evil, operating practically in his backyard. And it will take all Kel... more »ly's courage and his military skill to win on the new battlefield. The latest blockbuster from the author of The Hunt for Red October and Patriot Games.
The Old House at Railes by Mary E. Pearce
It is the 1840s, in a tranquil corner of the Cotswold Hills. For generations the Tarrants have resided at the splendid Newton Railes estate, and they expect to be there for generations to come. But these are heady years for England. Fortunes rise and fall with shocking suddenness. And soon John Tarrant's family finds its fortune linked to two very different men: a stonemason's son and a hard driving wood magnate - each with his own special ties to the old house at Railes.
Decider by Dick Francis
Lee Morris knows nothing about horse racing. He's an architect on holiday, visiting old buildings, with five of his sons in tow. He's only at Stratton Park racecourse because he's inherited shares in the place, and already the dividends spell trouble. Seems the other shareholders don't want him to see the plans for a new grandstand. They don't want him around at all. Ignoring them, Lee learns his first, bizarre lesson: it can be dangerous at the races. Especially when your adversaries have murderous intents.
King Of The Hill by A. E. Hotchner
With a great pitching arm, good grades, and loving parents, Aaron has a lot going for him. Things should be swell. But the year is 1933, The Great Depression, and few people have it swell. Some nights there's nothing for dinner. And the landlord can get very threatening about four months unpaid rent. But when you're twelve years old, any mishap can be turned into an adventure. Especially if you're the creative and resourceful kid Aaron is.
Volume 212, Volume 2 1994
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 50-12721« less