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Reader's Digest Select Editions - Vol 3 2005 - Kill The Messenger, The Queen Of The Big Time, Murder At The B-School, and A Northern Light
Reader's Digest Select Editions - Vol 3 2005 - Kill The Messenger The Queen Of The Big Time Murder At The B-School and A Northern Light Author:Reader's Digest Editors - Tami Hoag, Adriana Trigiani, Jeffrey Cruikshank, and Jennifer Donnelly Reader's Digest Selection Editions presents the following stories - KILL THE MESSENGER by Tami Hoag - New York Times best-selling author Tami Hoag delivers an uncommonly entertaining and provocative thriller. A grueling day for young bicycle messenger Jace Damon is about to get worse. A sleazy lawyer sends Jace on a dangerous nighttime deliver... more »y-and then the lawyer turns up dead. Jace is soon caught in a web of blackmail and murder threatneing not only his life but also his beloved little brother's.
THE QUEEN OF THE BIG TIME - It is the 1920's, and Nella Castelluca aspires to the "Big Time." She longs to escape her immigrant parents' quiet farm and become a teacher in town. But her plans shift when she falls in love with a worldly and eligible bachelor. After he disappears from her life without explanation, Nella finds a strength she didn't know she had - until the unimaginable happens. A poignant tale of the limits and power of love.
MURDER AT THE B-SCHOOL by Jeffrey Cruikishank - Eric MacInnes had everything. A student at the Harvard Business School, he had looks, charm, money-so why commit suicide? When a Boston detective who is all business herself begins investigating, murder seems much more likely. And how convenient that the number one suspect, a struggling junior professor, is "helping" her on the case. Riveting intrigue inside one of the nation's most esteemed institutions.
A NORTHERN LIGHT by Jennifer Donnelly - Sixteen-year-old Mattie collects words. It is her way of fending off the hard truths of her life as a penniless country girl in upstate New York. She also has a dream: to go to college-uncommon for women in the early twentieth century. But when tragedy strikes at the lakeside hotel where she works, Mattie discovers just how powerful words-and dreams-can be. An unforgettable story of yearning and mystery.« less