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Reader's Digest Select Editions-Vol 1 2001-The Rescue, Even Steven (A Novel), My Mother's Daughter, and Code To Zero
Reader's Digest Select Editions-Vol 1 2001-The Rescue Even Steven My Mother's Daughter and Code To Zero - A Novel Author:Reader's Digest Editors and Nicholas Sparks, John Gilstrap, Judith Henry Wall, and Ken Follett **THE RESCUE by Nicholas Sparks - Denise Holton, a single mother, has put her life on hold to help her young son conquer his speech problems. Taylor McAden, a volunteer fireman, is an inveterate risktaker but runs from emotional commitments. When an accident on a lonely road brings these two together, romance is the last thing on their minds. ... more »A different kind of love story from one of America's favorite authors.
**EVEN STEVEN** by John Gilstrap - It was meant to be a healing time: a few days in the great outdoors, a chance to revive their spirits after another failed effort to have a child. But for Bobby and Susan Martin the wild mountains of West Virginia are exactly the wrong place to be. Because without knowing it, they have just walked into the middle of someone else's nightmare. A pulso-pounding thriller from the author of Nathan's Run.
**MY MOTHER'S DAUGHTER** by Judith Henry Wall - During World War II, in a tiny texas town, two close and loving sisters come of age with different dreams. Justine pursues an exciting career as a photographer while Martha Claire becomes a devoted wife. But seeds of betrayal are sown that will alter their lives-and their children's lives-for years to come. A deeply felt drama about the ties that can bind or destroy a family.
**CODE TO ZERO** by Ken Follett - The date is January 29. 1958. At Cape Canaveral, in Florida, a team of brilliant scientists races to launch America's first satellite. In Washington, D.C., a homeless amnesia victim wanders the icy streets searching for his identity. What's the connection? A sinister web of espionage and passion-as only Ken Follett could weave it.« less