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Reader's Digest Select Editions: Gone Tomorrow (Jack Reacher, Bk 13); Lost & Found; The Murder of King Tut; La's Orchestra Saves the World
Reader's Digest Select Editions Gone Tomorrow Lost Found The Murder of King Tut La's Orchestra Saves the World - Jack Reacher, Bk 13 Author:Reader's Digest (Editor), Lee Child, Jacqueline Sheehan, James Patterson, Martin Dugard, Alexander McCall Smith Four abridged books: — GONE TOMORROW (Jack Reacher, Bk 13) by Lee Child: Suicide bombers are easy to spot if you know what to look for. And Jack Reacher knows what to look for. As he rides the New York Subway, Reacher realizes a woman passenger is showing all the signs. Should he interfere? Should he ignore her? His decision has far-reaching cons... more »equences that even he cannot imagine. Another rip-roaring ride on the best-selling Reacher roller coaster.
LOST & FOUND by Jacqueline Sheehan: An unforgettable tale of love, loss, and moving on. The untimely death of her husband sends Rocky Pelligrino from her secure world as a child psychologist to a remote island off the Maine coast and a job as Animal Control Warden. In her new position, Rocky encounters a black Lab retriever who teaches her how grief can be transformed and that joy can exist in unexpected places.
THE MURDER OF KING TUT by James Patterson and Martin Dugard: An accidental yet passionate Victorian Egyptologist, Howard Carter longed to make a great discovery. After thirty years of toil, his determination paid off when he unearthed the tomb of a then unknown pharaoh. Today, King Tut is world famous, but his story remains shrouded in mystery. Join author Patterson on his search for the truth about the life and death of the child king and the man who found him.
LA'S ORCHESTRA SAVES THE WORLD by Alexander McCall Smith: Lavender's life as a proper English wife seems perfectly set when fate decides to turn her world upside down. But in the frightening years of World War II, when the life of the proper English seems most threatened, it is La who has a thing or two to show fate. A magical tale from a born storyteller.« less