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Reader's Digest Condensed Books, Vol 2 1993: Sotah, The Doll's House, The Bears and I, Driving Force
Reader's Digest Condensed Books Vol 2 1993 Sotah The Doll's House The Bears and I Driving Force Author:Naomi Ragen, Evelyn Anthony, Robert Franklin Leslie, Dick Francis Driving Force by Dick Francis — Freddie Croft doesn't have an enemy in the world. Once a champion jockey, now the owner of a thriving horse-transport service, Freddie has a long list of satisfied customers. Still, there's something strange going on. First a mysterious hitchhiker turns up dead in one of Freddie's transports. Then an employee i... more »s found murdered. Seems Freddie does have an enemy after all. Someone who wants to put him out of business -- permanently. Dick Francis is back, with another tale of horseplay and homicide that races to a nail-biting finish.
Sotah by Naomi Ragen
In the heart of the Holy Land a rabbi's beautiful daughter faces the joys and burdens of her heritage -- and her own deepest yearnings. Although Dina Reich was raised to be an obedient daughter and a dutiful wife, she harbors dreams: dreams of knowledge, or romance, of excitement. to follow those dreams, she must pay a high and bitter price, but only then can she reclaim the meaning of her own life. A deeply felt story of the struggle to reconcile choice and tradition and to shape a life enriched by faith and love.
The Doll's House by Evelyn Anthony
With the end of the cold war a nightmare scenario emerges. six professional spies -- their jobs obsolete but their deadly skills intact -- combine forces as terrorists for hire. Their leader is a charming but lethal assassin named Harry Oakham; their headquarters, a picturesque hotel in the English contryside. When Rosa Bennet, a newly divorced diplomat on a mission for British Intelligence, infiltrates their lair, the scene is set for danger and intrigue. From the author of A Place to Hide, a thriller of page-turning intensity.
The Bears and I by Robert Franklin Leslie
In the 1920s a strong young man could still rustle up some funds for college by digging for gold in western Canada. One such adventurer's sting in the wold was altered completely when he was adopted by three boisterous orphaned bear cubs. As man and bears battle forest fires. drought, and hungry predators, a deep trust develops between them -- one that only encroaching civilization can spoil. The touching story of an attachment on young man never expected -- and would never forget.« less