Reader's Digest Condensed Books Volume 5 1990 Author:Includes: Belvan Plain, Greg Dinallo, Victoria Holt, Tony Hillerman HARVEST by Belva Plain — Once, long ago, they were in love. Now, forty years later, Paul Werner and Anna Friedman are reunited--not as lovers, but as something more enduring. For the future of another generation is at stake, a generation rocked by change and turmoil. And as the tensions swirl around them, Anna and Paul must forget old wounds i... more »f they are to help those they hold dearest. From one of today's finest authors, an unforgettable saga of an American family.
PURPOSE OF EVASION by Greg Dinallo
The phrase "in the service of his country" stands for different things to different men. To serve his country, each of three U.S. pilots would kill any enemy of the nation, or even die himself, if necessary. But murder a fellow officer?? The director of the CIA says it's the only way for a desperate plan to succeed. Air Force Major Walter Shepherd disagrees. For the assassin's rifle has an all too personal target.
SNARE OF SERPENTS by Victoria Holt
When David Ross Glentyre's wife dies, he promptly hires a new governess for his seventeen-year-old daughter, Davina. A Governess? With that luxuriant red hair and kittenish smile? Davina suspects there's more here than meets the eye. But little does she know that her curiosity will pull her into a treacherous snare. In her thirteenth appearance in Condensed Books, the ever popular Holt weaves an intricate web of Victorian intrigue.
Turn-of-the-century Edinburgh--home to Davina Glentyre for all of her seventeen years. Davina's world is gentle and privileged--a world of stately houses, vintage wines, and sweet stolen kisses in a garden. Then Davina finds herself at the center of an extraordinary crime. Murder. And suddenly Edinburgh is the last place on earth she wants to be. In a stirring romance that sweeps from Scotland to South Africa, a guileless young woman discovers that no matter how far you run, you can never run away from yourself.
COYOTE WAITS by Tony Hillerman
To the Navajos, Coyote has many meanings: Coyote means evil. Coyote means chaos. And one night on a deserted New Mexico back road, Coyote means death for police officer Delbert Nez. But why Nez? That's what haunts fellow officer Jim Chee. With the help of a veteran cop and a beautiful young lawyer, Chee follows a trail that leads to a discovery worth fame to one man--and fortune to another.« less