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Reader's Digest Select Editions - Vol 2 2007 - Under Orders, The Saddlemaker's Wife, The Angels of Morgan Hill, and Echo Park
Reader's Digest Select Editions - Vol 2 2007 - Under Orders The Saddlemaker's Wife The Angels of Morgan Hill and Echo Park Author:Reader's Digest Editors and Dick Francis, Earlene Fowler, Donna Vanliere, and Michael Connelly UNDER ORDERS by Dick Francis - Grand master of crime fiction Dick Francis is back! And his hero, jockey-turned-detective Sid Halley, is at the center of the action when a murder takes place at Cheltenham Race-course. Could the crime be part of a larger race-fixing scheme? An investigation into the dark side of the riding game takes Sid from the ... more »track and training stables all the way to the House of Lords-putting his own life at risk along the way.
THE SADDLEMAKER'S WIFE by Earlene Fowler - After the death of her husband, Ruby McGavin is shocked to learn that she has inherited part of a large cattle ranch in the rustic hills of Tokopah County, California. Ruby is even more shocked to discover that the family he'd claimed had died years ago in a car accident is very much alive. The last thing Ruby needs now is to be stuck in the middle of a family feud--yet that's just where a secret visit to her new property puts her.
THE ANGELS OF MORGAN HILL by Morgan Hill - A rich mix of warmth, humor, and family unity from the author of the Christmas Hope series. During the summer of 1947, young Jane Gable meets Milo Turner and his share-cropper family==the first black folks to settle in Morgan Hill, Tennessee. Soon a troubling incident upsets everyone's fat, and Jane's family makes a decision that threatens to tear them apart--until the "angels" of Morgan Hill come to their rescue.
ECHO PARK by Michael Connelly - LAPD detective extraordinaire Henry Bosch is in trouble again. This tine, an unsolved case from 1993 comes back to haunt him: he may have made a mistake that cost nine lives. Now that the killer has made a confession, Bosch must cope with a searing inner crisis of guilt. Yet something doesn't feel quite right. Could there be more to this case that meets the eye?« less