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Reader's Digest Select Editions, Vol 6 2006: Married to a Stranger / A Christmas Guest / Sailing to Capri / The Conjurer's Bird
Reader's Digest Select Editions Vol 6 2006 Married to a Stranger / A Christmas Guest / Sailing to Capri / The Conjurer's Bird Author:Elizabeth Adler, Anne Perry, Patricia MacDonald, Martin Davies MARRIED TO A STRANGER by Patricia MacDonald — A whirlwind romance, an impromptu wedding, and now marital bliss -- Emma Webster feels blessed. Her gorgeous husband, David, clearly adores her. But then she becomes the victim of a terrifying attack, and the nightmare begins. Why do the police suspect David? He's the last person ... more »on earth who would try to kill her...isn't he?
A CHRISTMAS GUEST by Anne Perry
Grandmama is a most disagreeable person. She does not wish to share Christmas in the company of Maude Barrington, a world traveler of distinctly strange ways whose own family wants no part of her. But when foul play is afoot, Grandmama has a change of heart -- and learns that playing detective is not as simple as it seems.
SAILING TO CAPRI by Elizabeth Adler
Sir Robert was afraid someone was going to kill him. And he was right. He also had a plan to trap his killer after he was gone: gather the suspects together and let the sparks fly. He made it tempting for them -- an all-expenses-paid cruise, with the reading of his will on the final night. Can a killer be caught from beyond the grave? An enticing mix of murder and romance on a posh yacht in the Mediterranean.
THE CONJURER'S BIRD by Martin Davies
In 1774 one of Captain Cook's ships returned from the South Seas with a small bird on board that was destined to become extinct. Centuries later, the bird is the obsession of a wealthy collector who asks natural history expert John Fitzgerald to help him track it down. Fitz's quest becomes a fascinating journey into the life of an eighteenth-century British naturalist whose mysterious love affair almost cost him everything.« less