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Reader's Digest Select Editions: Hornet Flight / Leaving Eden / Q is for Quarry / Nights in Rodanthe
Reader's Digest Select Editions Hornet Flight / Leaving Eden / Q is for Quarry / Nights in Rodanthe Author:Sue Grafton, Anne D. LeClaire, Ken Follett, Nicholas Sparks Hornet Flight by Ken Follett — It is June 1941 and Denmark is under German occupation. On the rocky coast of Denmark, two brothers, Harald and Arne Olufsen are straining against the rigid confines imposed by their elderly parents. Meanwhile, a network of MI6 spies is attempting to decipher an encrypted Luftwaffe radio signal which mentions the ne... more »w Freya-Gerat - a rudimentary form of German radar equipment. Arne's relationship with Hermia Mount, an MI6 analyst draws him into underground politics, putting him under surveillance by the Danish security forces - and by one man in particular who has a personal motive to see Arne fall. It is only a matter of time before the brothers' paths converge in a united effort to overcome the Nazis. A disused Hornet Moth biplane is their only means of getting a vital message to the British...
Leaving Eden by Anne D. LeClaire
For Tallie, the glam shot just may be her ticket out of Lovettsville. She dreams of someday going to Hollywood and becoming a Star. Her mother, who was the spitting image of Natalie Wood, used to say “the sky's the limit.” In fact, her mother once left home to make a movie in Los Angeles. But she returned six months later without whispering a word about it—and tried to pick up her life right where she left off. Tallie noticed something different, though. And her mother's best friend, Martha Lee, the plainest woman within miles, knew the secret that soon the whole town would discover. At the time, Tallie was just afraid her mother would get antsy and disappear again. She was only half right.
Q is for Quarry (Kinsey Millhone, Bk 17 )by Sue Grafton
Based on an unsolved homicide that occured in 1969 "Q is for Quarry", and Sue Grafton's interest in the case, has generated renewed police efforts. In the last year, the body has been exhumed, and a facial reconstruction made that appears in the last pages of the novel. It is hoped that the photograph will trigger memories that may lead to a positive identification.
Nights in Rodanthe by Nicholas Sparks
At 45, Adrienne Willis must rethink her entire life when her husband abandons her. In search of a respite, she agrees to tend a friend's inn for the weekend in the small coastal town of Rodanthe, North Carolina. But a major storm and an unexpected guest bring two wounded people together.« less