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Reader's Digest Select Editions Vol 6 2005 - No Place Like Home, Twisted, False Testimony, and This Dame For Hire
Reader's Digest Select Editions Vol 6 2005 - No Place Like Home Twisted False Testimony and This Dame For Hire Author:Reader's Digest Editors and Mary Higgins Clark, Jonathan Kellerman, Rose Connors, and Sandra Scoppettone Reader's Digest Select Editions presents the following stories: NO PLACE LIKE HOME by Mary Higgins Clark - Celia Nolan never thought she would one day stand again in the spot where, as a child of ten, she had fatally shot her mother. Since that terrible accident, she's done her best to bury her past, disappearing into a new life and name. But... more » now she finds herself back in her childhood home, a suspect in three brutal murders. Has someone guessed her true identity? A riveting new thriller from America's Queen of Suspense.
TWISTED by Jonathan Kellerman - Who is the victim with the pink shoes? That's just one of the questions plaguing LAPD homicide detective Petra Connor as she investigates the shooting of four teens in a dance-club parking lot. There's also the string of unsolved murders her geeky intern believes is the work of a calendar killer due to strike again soon. To find answers, Petra must follow a path of clues as twisted as the mind of a killer.
FALSE TESTIMONY by Rose Connors - Silky smooth Senator Charles Kendrick isn't a suspect, only a "person of interest" in the sudden disappearance of his beautiful young aide. Trouble is, the more he talks, the more interested the D.A. gets. And his lawyer, Marty Nickerson, can't get him to stop. Is he blowing smoke, trying to cover up an affair with his staffer? Or is he hiding something much worse? Marty must duel with the D.A. and her imperious client until she finally uncovers the shocking truth.
THIS DAME FOR HIRE - Sandra Scoppettone - Meet Faye Quick, a sassy secretary turned private eye. After her detective boss is called to serve in WWII, Faye must keep the agency afloat. Unfortunately, she catches on fast, especially when she stumbles-literally-upon the body of a murdered woman. This discovery not only keeps the agency doors open during wartime, it keeps them swinging. A clever whodunit with an unforgettable new character in detective fiction.« less