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Reader's Digest Select Editions - VOL 6, 1999 - The Devils Teardrop, Lake News, Thunderhead, and A Walk To Remember
Reader's Digest Select Editions - VOL 6 1999 - The Devils Teardrop Lake News Thunderhead and A Walk To Remember Author:Reader's Digest Editors and Jeffery Deaver, Barbara Delinsky, Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child, and Nicholas Sparks THE DEVIL'S TEARDROP by Jeffery Deaver - Retired FBI handwriting expert Parker Kincaid wants nothing more than to spend a quiet New Year's Eve with his two kids. But in the nation's capital an unknown assassin is on the loose. The FBI's only clue to his identity is a single scrap of paper. And their only hope of stopping him is Parker Kincaid... more ». A quiet New Year's Eve? Guess again.
LAKE NEWS by Barbara Delinsky - Caught up in a media-fed scandal, Lily Blake secretly flees to the tiny New England town where she grew up. But keeping a secret in Lake Henry is not so easy, especially when the editor of the local newspaper discovers that Lily is back in twon. Is he an enemy or an unlikely ally in her fight to reclaim her good name? A compelling contemporary drama from the author of Coast Road.
THUNDERHEAD by Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child - A fabled lost city of gold? For centuries explorers have searched for it amid the forbidding canyons of the desert Southwest. Now it is the turn of Nora Kelly, a gifted young archaeologist who is certain the legends are true. What Nora and her team haven't bargained for is the wrath of mysterious forces arrayed against them. A perilous journey into a realm of ancient secrets.
A WALK TO REMEBER by Nicholas Sparks - The author of Message in a Bottle has written a tender story of young love. When Landon Carter was seventeen, his life changed forever. It was 1958, and he was a high school senior, out for a good time. Falling in love-with the minister's prim daughter, no less-was the last thing on his mind. But Landon's heart was telling him otherwise. And sometimes the urgings of the heart cannot be ignored.« less