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Reader's Digest Condensed Books Vol 104, 1975 Vol 3 : Mrs. 'Arris Goes To Moscow / The Massacre At Fall Creek / The Moneychangers / Collision
Reader's Digest Condensed Books Vol 104 1975 Vol 3 Mrs 'Arris Goes To Moscow / The Massacre At Fall Creek / The Moneychangers / Collision Author:Jessamyn West, Arthur Hailey, Paul Gallico, Spencer Dunmore Mrs. 'Arris Goes to Moscow by Paul Gallico — The inimitable Mrs. 'Arris is on the go again, this time to Moscow with her friend Violet Butterfield. In this hilarious and lighthearted adventure, Mrs. 'Arris gets into things right up to her neck. It all begins with a photograph of a pretty girl named Lisabeta and a sad tale of Kremlin-t... more »hwarted love.
When tickets to Moscow appear as if by magic, the ladies are off, despite Mrs. Butterfield's real reservations about the whole project. But the Kremlin is no match for Ada 'Arris. True love, Mrs. 'Arris and the reader all triumph in this rollicking Russian romp.
The Moneychangers by Arthur Hailey
The Moneychangers unlocks the door of the First Mercantile Bank as the founder's imminent death sets off a power struggle for the bank's presidency. But while the giants of the institution lock horns, a series of dramas is taking place: a vulnerable girl teller's cash shortage points the way to the terrifying depths of the underworld and a credit card counterfeiting ring; fearful depositors start a run on a suburban branch.... Money. People. Banking. This fast-paced exciting novel is the inside story of all three.
As he did in Hotel and Airport, Arthur Hailey takes us behind the facade of an institution that touches us all. The engaging and dramatic stories make The Moneychangers the most human story about banking ever written.
The Massacre at Fall Creek by Jessamyn West
In Indiana in 1824, red men were still considered fair game for white men's rifles. Then one day two Indian families who camped every sugaring season by Fall Creek were shot down in cold blood. Incredibly, four white men found themselves on trial for murder.
With her rare insight into the human heart, Jessamyn West has woven from the settlers' terrible dilemma a novel as vibrant as the American frontier which forms its backdrop. And in Hannah Cape, the fiery daughter of Fall Creek's preacher, she has created one of literature's most unforgettable heroines.
A major work from the author of The Friendly Persuasion.« less