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Reader's Digest Select Editions - True Believer, One Soldier's Story, The Undomestic Goddess, The Double Eagle
Reader's Digest Select Editions - True Believer One Soldier's Story The Undomestic Goddess The Double Eagle Author:Bob Dole, Sophie Kinsella, and James Twining Nicholas Sparks Nicholas Sparks "True Believer" — From #1 New York Times bestselling author Nicholas Sparks comes an unforgettable love story that explores the deepest mysteries of all-those of the heart. As a science journalist with a regular column in Scientific American, Jeremy Marsh specializes in debunking the supernatural. — Bob Dole's "One Soldier's Story"... more »
Before he became one of America's most respected statesmen, Bob Dole was an average citizen serving heroically for his country. The bravery he showed after suffering near-fatal injuries in the final days of World War II is the stuff of legend. Now, for the first time in his own words, Dole tells the moving story of his harrowing experience on and off the battlefield, and how it changed his life. Speaking here not as a politician but as a wounded G.I., Dole recounts his own odyssey of courage and sacrifice, and also honors the fighting spirit of the countless heroes with whom he served. Heartfelt and inspiring, One Soldier's Story is the World War II chronicle that America has been waiting for.
Sophie Kinsella's "The Undomestic Goddess"
Workaholic attorney Samantha Sweeting has just done the unthinkable. She's made a mistake so huge, it'll wreck any chance of a partnership. — Going into utter meltdown, she walks out of her London office, gets on a train, and ends up in the middle of nowhere.
James Twining's "The Double Eagle"
The Thomas Crown Affair meets National Treasure in this page-turning debut thriller. — In Paris, a priest is murdered, his mutilated body dumped into the Seine. He has taken a secret with him to his death -- a secret that is revealed during the autopsy, reawakening memories of Depression-era politics and a seventy-year-old heist.« less