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Reader's Digest Nonfiction Bestsellers: Empty Promises, Fifty Acres and a Poodle, The Rescue Season, Believing It All, Who Wants To Be Me?
Reader's Digest Nonfiction Bestsellers Empty Promises Fifty Acres and a Poodle The Rescue Season Believing It All Who Wants To Be Me Author:Ann Rule, Jeanne Marie Laskas, Bob Drury, Marc Parent, Regis Philbin Empty Promises: Crime Files Volume 7 by Ann Rule — Jami and Steve Sherer seem to have it all. She's a respected Microsoft employee, he's from a wealthy family, and they have a new baby. But beneath the veneer of their picture-book marriage, sinister secrets lie. When Jami vanishes suddenly, her mother suspects Steve. But with no body, who can pro... more »ve it? Riveting storytelling from the First Lady of True Crime.
Fifty Acres and a Poodle: A Story of Love, Livestock, and Finding Myself on a Farm by Jeanne Marie Laskas
What happens when two committed city dwellers buy a farm in Pennsylvania? This warm, witty memoir recounts one courageous couple's adventures as they learn to cope with thorny brier patches, runaway sheep, and one very large tractor. With the aid of several local characters and of their remarkably intelligent standard poodle, they discover the joys of country life.
The Rescue Season: The Heroic Story of Parajumpers on the Edge of the World by Bob Drury
When spring comes to Alaska, the mountain climbers come out. They are soon followed by the U. S. Air Force's parajumpers scaling treacherous peaks to pluck stranded climbers from icy danger. The Rescue Season is a true tale of nature's perilous beauty and of the rousing community of men who risk their lives on behalf of complete strangers.
Believing It All: What My Children Taught Me about Trout Fishing, Jelly Toast, and Life by Marc Parent
After his son, Casey, nearly dies as a newborn, Marc Parent and his wife keep anxious watch over the tiny treasure they almost lost. Then comes brother Owen, followed by Marc's life as a stay-at-home Dad in rural Pennsylvania. Heartache turns to laughter and a kind of wisdom in this inspiring chronicle of modern family life.
Who Wants To Be Me? by Regis Philbin
No one tells a story like Regis Philbin. Whether confessing his faults (grudgingly), sharing his latest daily aggravations (willingly), or hilariously exploring his unique perils as a helpless handyman, America's most beloved and beset everyman will have you in stitches. An entertaining read from the irrepressible host of two of America's most popular TV shows.