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Readers Digest Select Editions Vol. 5 2005: Heartbreak Hotel / The Closers / The Ladies of Garrison Gardens / Julie and Romeo Get Lucky
Readers Digest Select Editions Vol 5 2005 Heartbreak Hotel / The Closers / The Ladies of Garrison Gardens / Julie and Romeo Get Lucky Author:Jill Marie Landis, Michael Connelly, Louise Shaffer, Jeanna Ray Heartbreak Hotel -- Jill Marie Landis — Tracy Potter thought her husband had money. But when he died six months ago, she was shocked to discover that all he left her was an abandoned inn down by the ocean. Now, saddened by his deceit and with a son and stepdaughter to raise, she is determined to start over as an innkeeper. But then love comes kno... more »cking unexpectedly, and Tracy's life gets all shook up.
The Closers -- Michael Connelly
Homicide cop Harry Bosch is back with the LAPD, assigned to the cold case unit. The killing of a high school girl seventeen years ago may sound like ancient history, but in Bosch's world, justice has no expiration date. And as the dogged detective digs deep to uncover the truth, he finds that ripples from the past can stir up big storms in the present.
The Ladies Of Garrison Gardens- Louis Shaffer
The last person on earth who should inherit Garrison Gardens is Laurel McCready. This jewel of a resort is the town's biggest employer, with a long and glorious history. Laurel is a local gal who never made good. And the fate of the resort is in her hands. Can this newest lady of Garrison Gardens find the help she needs from the previous ladies?
Julie And Romeo Get Lucky -- Jeanne Ray
Julie and Romeo are in love, but they seldom get a moment for just the two of them. One day their wush for some time alone finally comes true--with a twist. An injury puts Romeo flat on his back, and so begins a never-ending parade through Julie's house of visiting children, grandchildren, in-laws, friends--you name it! A witty, wise tale of a home filled with love and life and a little bit of luck to hold it all together.« less