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Reader's Digest Select Editions - Vol 1, 2003 - Chedapeake Blue, No One To Trust, Standing in the Rainbow, and In the Bleak Midwinter
Reader's Digest Select Editions - Vol 1 2003 - Chedapeake Blue No One To Trust Standing in the Rainbow and In the Bleak Midwinter Author:Reader's Digest Editors - Nora Roberts, Iris Johansen, Fannie Flagg, and Julia Spencer-Fleming Reader's Digest Select Editions Vol 1, 2003 presents the following stories: — CHESAPEAKE BLUE by Nora Roberts - Nora Roberts is back with a big-hearted, big-family saga that sizzles with romance and surprises. Seth Quinn, a gifted international artist, returns home to Maryland ready to settle down. But a daring new passion collides with a dark ... more »secret from his past, and his life becomes anything but settled.
NO ONE TO TRUST by Iris Johansen - A beautiful, skilled assassin, Elena Kyler is also the doting mother of a five-year-old son. When a ruthless South American drug lord sets out to kill her and kidnap her son, there is no one to trust except ex-mercenary Sean Galen-the most dangerous man she's ever met. High-action suspense.
STANDING IN THE RAINBOW by Fannie Flagg - Follow the roller-coaster fortunes of the "Neighbor Dorothy" Smith clan of Missouri and their friends from the 1940s to the present in this latest blockbuster-sidesplitter from beloved author Fannie Flagg. Tart wisdom and heartfelt storytelling by a latter-day Mark Twain.
IN THE BLEAK MIDWINTER by Julia Spencer-Fleming - As a U. S. Army helicopter pilot, Clare Fergusson won respect from tough men in a tough man's world. As a newly ordained Episcopal priest, Reverend Clare must win a battle of wits with a desperate murderer. An absorbing debut mystery.« less
Laura R. (lrysso) reviewed Reader's Digest Select Editions - Vol 1, 2003 - Chedapeake Blue, No One To Trust, Standing in the Rainbow, and In the Bleak Midwinter on + 35 more book reviews
Chesapeak blue was a pretty good read, No one to trust was excellent, I will definatly be looking for other books by this author. I'm still trying to figure out the point of Standing in the Rainbow... I nteh Bleak midwinter was intersting but an average read.