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Reader's Digest Condensed Books, Vol 5, 1989, Killer's Wake, Blessings, Grass Roots, Alice and Edith
Reader's Digest Condensed Books Vol 5 1989 Killer's Wake Blessings Grass Roots Alice and Edith Author:Bernard Cornwell, Belva Plain, Stuart Woods, Dorothy Clarke Wilson Killer's Wake: Only one thing is left of the great wealth that once belonged to the earldom of Rossendale. It's a painting, a van Gogh, worth twenty million pounds. Now it's been stolen, and the prime suspect is none other than the Rossendale heir, "Lord Johnny" himself. A tale of romance and mystery with a nautical twist. — Blessings: Jennie R... more »akowsky's life is filled with promise. At 36, she's a successful New York attorney, recently engaged to an attractive Park Avenue widower. whileserving as counsel in a bitterly contested legal action, Jennie is unexpectedly confronted with a part of her past she would have much preferred to forget - a past whoe secret threatens her newfound love.
Grass Roots: Will Lee, a candidate for the US Senate, knows that in the South elections are won or lost at the grass roots level. And with two opponents already eliminated from the race - one man the center of a scandal, the other dead under suspicious circumstances - Will looks like a shoo-in. But nothing could prepare him for the series of bizarre events that soon surround his campaign. For there are people out there, ruthless people, who will stop at nothing to see that Will loses.
Alice and Edith: Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the US, was married twice - first to Alice Lee, then to Edith Carow. Alice was gentle, yielding, nicknamed Sunshine. She died tragically young. Edith was direct, intellectually rigorous. Two very different women, they had one thing in common: their love for Teddy - soldier, explorer, naturalist, as well as astute politician.« less