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Reader's Digest Condensed Books: Volume 2, 1995: The Tiger's Child / Heat / This Child is Mine / Wall of Brass (Large Print)
Reader's Digest Condensed Books Volume 2 1995 The Tiger's Child / Heat / This Child is Mine / Wall of Brass - Large Print Author:Torey Hayden, Henry Denker, Stuart Woods, Robert Daley Wall of Brass by Robert Daley = When New York City's Police Commissioner is found murdered, it's up to Detective Bert Farber to head up the investigation. Up to his neck in ruthless ambition and politics as one of the three men vying for the commissioner's position, Farber ventures outside the law for answers--and un... more »covers a secret the will rock the foundation of the department.
This Child of Mine by Henry Denker = When struggling NYC actress Lori Adams finds herself unexpectedly expecting, her struggling-actor boyfriend Brett Mann proposes marriage. But the ever self-sacrificing Lori won't jeopardize Matt's nonexistent career; she returns home to the Midwest, where she chooses adoption over single motherhood.
As parents for her son, Lori selects Bill and Christine Salem good, honest folk who are a mite dull around the edges. Time passes. Brett becomes a soap opera hunk and hires a detective to locate Lori. Finding her and discovering that their son has been adopted, he vows to marry Lori and to fight for custody of Scotty Salem.
Heat by Stuart Woods = Ex-DEA agent Jesse Warden has seen enough of the inside of a solitary confinement cell to last him a lifetime. Or two lifetimes, which is the sentence he's serving after being convicted of a plan he was planning to commit, but never did. So when an old buddy shows up with a deal that could spring him from his hell behind bars, he's ready to listen.
The Tiger's Child by Torey Hayden = Special-education teacher Torey Haydenwrote wrote her intensely moving true story of Sheila, a silent, profoundly disturbed littlesix-year-old girl that touched millions.
Now, for all those who have never forgotten this endearing child and her remarkable relationship with her teacher, here is the surprising story of Sheila, the young woman.« less