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Readers Digest Condensed Books, Vol 3, 1978: A Stranger is Watching / The Last Convertible / Such a Life / The Miracle of Dommatina
Readers Digest Condensed Books Vol 3 1978 A Stranger is Watching / The Last Convertible / Such a Life / The Miracle of Dommatina Author:Mary Higgins Clark, Anton Myrer, Edith LaZebnik, Ira Avery A Stranger is Watching by Mary Higgins Clark — Ronald Thompson knows he never killed Nina Peterson... yet in two days the state of Connecticut will take his life, having found him guilty via due process of law. But Thompson's death will not stop the pain and anger of Nina's husband, Steve. Thompson's death will not still the fears of Nina... more »'s six-year-old son, Neil, witness to his mother's brutal slaying. Not even the love and friendship of Sharon Martin, a journalist who is slowly becoming a part of their world, will ever erase their bitter memories. Only time, perhaps, will heal their wounds. But in the shadows a stranger waits, a cunning psychopath who has killed before, who has unfinished business at the Peterson home...
The Last Convertible by Anton Myrer
Only a few times in a lifetime does a golden novel appear that captures the spirit of a generation and the heart of America. For millions of readers, that novel is The Last Convertible. This New York Times bestseller from the acclaimed author of Once an Eagle tells the story of five Harvard men, the women they loved, their coming of age through the dark days of World War II, and the elegant car that came to symbolize their romantic youth.
Such a Life by Edith LaZebnik
Shalom to the family Esenberg! To David, so full of promise -- and beautiful Razzeleh with the silken hair -- and to Eatkeh, who tells of life in a tiny Russion village at the turn of the century. Far away in time, in place, colorful as a fairy tale -- yet bound by stern tradition and the realities of poverty and discrimination. Eatkeh was bright and mischievous; above all she was resilient. Her story, told in the cadences of her native tongue, is alive with humor and the strong heartbeat of truth.
The Miracle of Dommatina by Ira Avery
An Italian town in turmoil, a stranded American couple, and a boy with a desperate dream are all involved in the miracle of Dommatina.« less