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Reader's Digest Select Editions, Vol 1 2008: The Overlook / Meet Me in Venice / Step on a Crack / An Irish Country Doctor
Reader's Digest Select Editions Vol 1 2008 The Overlook / Meet Me in Venice / Step on a Crack / An Irish Country Doctor Author:Michael Ledwidge, James Patterson, Patrick Taylor, Elizabeth Adler, Michael Connelly THE OVERLOOK by Michael Connelly — When a body is found on the overlook near Mulholland Drive, L.A. Detective Harry Bosch is sent to investigate. Could the victim's access to radioactive materials to be factor in his murder? As a routine homicide investigation turns into something bigger and much more dangerous. Bosch must ba... more »ttle the feds, LAPD brass, and his own demons to get to the truth.
MEET ME IN VENICE by Elizabeth Adler
Antiques dealer Precious Rafferty lives in romantic Paris, but without a romance of her own. That is, until dashing Bennett James appears out of nowhere to sweep Preshy off her feet. Things heat up when the discovery of a legendary necklace half a world away starts a cat and mouse game of danger and intrigue. Suddenly Preshy wonders if she can trust her heart when her life is at stake.
STEP ON A CRACK by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge
A trap is sprung when powerful people from around the world are gathered in New York City for the funeral of a beloved former first lady. What becomes a deadly hostage situation is just the beginning of a brilliant and cold-blooded scheme. It's up to New York cop Michael Bennett to find a way to rescue the captives -- or face an unthinkable disaster.
AN IRISH COUNTRY DOCTOR by Patrick Taylor
A nostalgic look at a doctor in a small Irish town in the 1960s. Young Laverty is still trying to decide if he's made the right decision to apprentice himself to old Dr. Fingal O'Reilly, whose way with his patients is, to put it mildly, unique. And the isolation doesn't help, until Laverty meets the intriguing Patricia Spence, a rare woman engineering student.« less