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Reader's Digest Select Editions, Vol 1, 2003: Chesapeake Blue / No One to Trust / Standing in the Rainbow / In the Bleak Midwinter (Large Print)
Reader's Digest Select Editions Vol 1 2003 Chesapeake Blue / No One to Trust / Standing in the Rainbow / In the Bleak Midwinter - Large Print Author:Nora Roberts, Iris Johansen, Fannie Flagg, Julia Spencer-Fleming Chesapeake Blue (Chesapeake Bay, Bk 4) by Nora Roberts = The first ten years of Seth Quinn's life had been a prison of fear, abuse and neglect. It had made him stronger than most ten-year-old boys. And a great deal more wary. Ray Quinn had rescued him from all that. And, after their father's death, Philip, Ethan and Cam Quinn had c... more »ontinued his good work, raising Seth as their own brother. Now an adult and a successful artist, Seth is happy to return home to Cheasapeake Bay, to the only real family he has ever known. Drusilla Whitcomb Banks is a newcomer in town. And from the first time he meets her, Seth realises that she is way out of his league. She has money, class and an impeccable background. Added to which, her own history has taught her not to give her heart lightly. Despite these odds, Seth is determined to try. But their fledging relationship faces another threat; for if Seth is ever to win a place in Dru's affections, he must finally face up to his tragic past and the mother who sold him...
No One to Trust by Iris Johansen = In the heart of Columbia the US DEA and Columbian drug barons have for years been engaged in a war with no rules... Rico Chavez is the most terrifying of killers: ruthless, cunning, charismatic. A man who always gets what he wants. And what he wants now is Elena Kyler. He wants her alive long enough to see him destroy every reason she has for living. He wants her to turn against everything and everyone she ever believed in. And then he wants her to commit the ultimate act of betrayal. But Elena herself is an assassin trained my the military, and a loner. Now she finds herself on the run from one dangerous man and turning to another for help.
Standing in the Rainbow (Elmwood Springs, Bk 2) by Fannie Flagg = Meet the unforgettable residents of Elmwood Springs, Missouri, in a story that captures the humorous and complex realities of ordinary people, including Neighbor Dorothy, a radio hostess, and her wayward son Bobby, the Oatman Family gospel singers, and hotshot salesman Hamm Sparks.
In the Bleak Midwinter by (Reverend Clare Fergusson, Bk 1) = Clare Fergusson, St Alban's new priest, fits like a square peg in the conservative Episcopal parish at Millers Kill, New York. She is not just a "lady", she's a tough ex-Army chopper pilot, and nobody's fool. Then a newborn infant left at the church door brings her together with the town's police chief, Russ Van Alstyne, who's also ex-Army and a cynical good shepherd for the stray sheep of his hometown. Their search for the baby's mother quickly leads them into the secrets that shadow Millers Kill like the everpresent Adirondacks. What they discover is a world of trouble, an attraction to each other - and murder....« less
Susan H. (smhamn) reviewed Reader's Digest Select Editions, Vol 1, 2003: Chesapeake Blue / No One to Trust / Standing in the Rainbow / In the Bleak Midwinter (Large Print) on + 167 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
This is a well written ending to the Quinn story. This is the story of Seth, grown up from the earlier books in the series. This is one of my favorites that I re-read often. I recommend the entire series of the Chesapeake Bay Saga!
Julye K. reviewed Reader's Digest Select Editions, Vol 1, 2003: Chesapeake Blue / No One to Trust / Standing in the Rainbow / In the Bleak Midwinter (Large Print) on + 9 more book reviews
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I love Nora Roberts\' series books, and this one is no exception. A continuation of the Chesapeake Bay saga, it features a grown Seth Quinn, the young boy that three brothers were forced to come together to save, who has become a successful artist, and now returns home to the family he loves, and who adore him. I am only letting it go as I have two copies.
Ashley A. (blondey) reviewed Reader's Digest Select Editions, Vol 1, 2003: Chesapeake Blue / No One to Trust / Standing in the Rainbow / In the Bleak Midwinter (Large Print) on + 44 more book reviews
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"After a five-year absence, Seth Quinn has returned home from Europe a world-renowned artist. He's ready to settle down in the same picturesque town on the bay where the three stepbrothers who raised him now live. Soon, Seth meets beautiful, independent Drusilla Whitcomb Banks and falls in love with her almost immediately. Life takes on and idyllic glow - until someone from his past begins blackmailing him...A poignant and often humorous tale...guaranteed to please the many fans who were waiting for Seth's story...Excellent."