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Reader's Digest Select Editions, Vol 4 2004: Letter from Home / PS, I Love You / The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time / The Promise of a Lie
Reader's Digest Select Editions Vol 4 2004 Letter from Home / PS I Love You / The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time / The Promise of a Lie Author:Howard Roughan, Cecelia Ahern, Carolyn Hart, Mark Haddon LETTER FROM HOME by Carolyn Hart — For a reporter, there are the facts, and then there's the truth. In that hot Oklahoma summer of 1944, everyone knew the facts behind the startling murder that had shaken the town. But Gretchen Gilman, a young girl on her first real newspaper job, knew that the truth was something else altoge... more »ther. And the truth was the story Gretchen was going to report, even if it took her a lifetime to truly understand it.
PS, I LOVE YOU by Cecelia Ahern
Holly and Gerry are soul mates until the unthinkable happens and Gerry dies at age thirty. Hopeless with grief, Holly discovers a series of letters from Gerry instructing her to do specific tasks to help her heal without him. Armed with Gerry's letters and surrounded by her wacky friends and a loving family, Holly begins the journey back toward happiness.
THE PROMISE OF A LIE by Howard Roughan
Nothing can prepare psychologist David Remler for the shocking phone call he receives late one night from his new patient, the intriguing Damantha Kent. Anxious to help, Dr. Remler rushes to keep a bloody act of violence from spinning further out of control. But he has no idea what awaits him -- or that he has become a pawn in a game without rules.
THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME by Mark Haddon
Meet fifteen-year-old Christopher Boone, narrator of this moving and funny novel that has become an award-winning international bestseller. Christopher suffers from a form of autism, and while he loves lists and patterns, he hates being touched,. When a neighbor's dog is killed, he decides to solve the mystery, in his own unique, inimitable way.« less