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Reader's Digest Select Editions: The Hard Way / Where Mercy Flows / Two Little Girls in Blue / Rosie
Reader's Digest Select Editions The Hard Way / Where Mercy Flows / Two Little Girls in Blue / Rosie Author:Mary Higgins Clark, Karen Harter, Lee Child, Alan Titchmarsh The Hard Way by Lee Child — Jack Reacher is back. And all he wants is a cup of coffee. Sitting alone at a Manhattan sidewalk cafe, he casually watches a man walk to a car and drive off. There is precious cargo in that car, however--a cargo worth killing for, and Reacher is unexpectedly hired to find it. So the ex-military cop starts searching the... more » only way he knows how: the hard way.
Where Mercy Flows by Karen Harter
When Samantha Dodd left home at seventeen, it was for love. But that was years ago, and now she finds herself a single mother struggling to get by, with no choice but to return to her hometown. Will Sam and her young son be able to overcome her rocky relationship with her domineering father? In a tale that goes straight to the heart, Sam struggles to discover the truth about her father--and herself.
Two Little Girls in Blue by Mary Higgins Clark
The newest spellbinder from America's Queen of Suspense. The nightmare begins when identical twins Kathy and Kelly Frawley are kidnapped on the night of their third birthday. The culprit, calling himself the Pied Piper, demands a ransom of eight million dollars for their safe return. Where can their parents get that much money? And even if they can, will it guarantee that both girls will really come home?
Rosie by Alan Titchmarsh
Nick's grandmother is a free spirit who believes that life should be lived to the fullest. The charming Rosie also believes that she is descended from Russian royalty! Nick has agreed to let Rosie move in with him, but only if she promises to behave herself while Nick gets on with his own complicated life. A sparkling blend of humor, romance, and poignancy that proves there is no such thing as a generation gap.« less