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Reader's Digest Condensed Books, Volume 3, 1990: Harmful Intent / The Flight of the Swan / Manifest Destiny: A True Romantic Saga of Young Theodore Roosevelt / The Estuary Pilgrim
Reader's Digest Condensed Books Volume 3 1990 Harmful Intent / The Flight of the Swan / Manifest Destiny A True Romantic Saga of Young Theodore Roosevelt / The Estuary Pilgrim Author:Robin Cook; Elizabeth Webster; Brian Garfield; Douglas Skeggs Harmful Intent by Robin Cook — A baffling death in a Boston hospital operating room leads to a shocking conclusion: someone is conspiring to kill surgery patients and let innocent physicians take the blame. When Dr. Jeffrey Rhodes falls into this ruthless web, he watches his career, his marriage, and his future come apart. Then things really star... more »t to get bad. For the sinister shadows that have orchestrated his demise aren't finished with him yet. From the best-selling author of Mortal Fear, a novel as chilling as a siren in the night.
The Flight of the Swan by Elizabeth Webster
For Laurie Collins, life's bright promise has taken a dark turn. The charming man she married nine years ago is now a drunk and a frustrated failure, a man whose family lives in fear of his violent rages. Then one day Laurie sees three dazzling white swans flying overhead. She remembers that beyond the mean city street where she lives, there is a world of nature, of beauty, of freedom. And she knows she must find it, for herself and for her two small children.
The Estuary Pilgrim by Douglas Skeggs
The painting is a masterpiece -- all shimmering light and sparkling water, radiant, intense. But is it a long-missing Monet or a clever forgery? When the man who claims to know the answer is found dead, art expert John Napier finds himself in an unexpected role; for to solve the mystery surrounding the painting, he must also investigate a murder. He begins in Normandy, where the masterpiece disappeared in 1944. Before he's finished, he will stir up explosive memories of the Nazi occupation in wartime France and finally uncover the scorching truth about The Estuary Pilgrim.
Manifest Destiny by Brian Garfield
The West is far from won and the Dakota town of Medora is full of high-spirited cowboys and smoke-filled saloons. But range wars are turning the rowdy town into a battleground. Behind an outbreak of vigilante "justice" stands the haughty Marquis de Mores, who considers the Bad Lands his personal empire. Only one man dares stand up to him. He's a frail, bespectacled easterner, a Harvard man with a fancy buckskin suit and a saddlebag full of Tennyson. His name is Theodore Roosevelt. A "bully" action-packed story based on the future President's true experiences in the wild West.« less