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Reader's Digest Select Editions Autumn Blue / Bad Luck and Trouble / Tallgrass / Winter's Child
Reader's Digest Select Editions Autumn Blue / Bad Luck and Trouble / Tallgrass / Winter's Child Author:Karen Harter, Lee Child, Sandra Dallas, Margaret Maron Autumn Blue: Single mother Sidney Walker needs help. She has three kids to raise, and they are more than she can handle by herself. Her retired neighbor, Millard Bradbury, simply wants to be left alone instead of having his life meddled in by his overbearing daughter. When their lives intersect, Sidney and Milalrd learn that maybe the things the... more »... more »y need the most are the ones they least expect. A warm, engaging family drama.
Bad Luck and Trouble: Lee Child's explosive new thriller begins in a helicopter high above the California desert. A man--a former army colleague of freelance investigator Jack Reacher--is sent free-falling to his death. When Reacher learns of the murder, he calls on his old military unit to join him to avenge the crime. And in a world where Jack Reacher decides you're the enemy, you'd better be ready for a big dose of bad luck and trouble.
Tallgrass: In times of turmoil, it may not be easy to recognize a real American--or a real hero. When the Japanese arrive at the internment camp at the old Tallgrass Ranch in Colorado in 1942, thirteen-year-old Rennie Stroud and her family are not the only local folks suspicious of the newcomers. Soon Rennie's life is turned upside down as she discovers the darkest and best parts of the human heart right in her own home.
Winter's Child: Judge Deborah Knott and sheriff's deputy Dwight Bryant are just settling into their new marriage, when Dwight receives an urgent phone call. His young son's mother--Dwight's ex-wife--has disappeared. Dwight rushes to the boy's side to search for answers, but all he finds are more questions. Had his ex been in trouble? Is his son now in danger? A stunning mystery filled with memorable characters.« less