Readers Digest Vol 4 2002 Author:Various PUBLIC ENEMIES John Walsh with Philip Lerman — As host of the hit TV program America's Most Wanted, John Walsh hunts downt he most notorious criminals of our time. Here he takes readers behind the scenes to show how it all works - from the processing of thousands of viewer leads, to complex interstate manhunts, to pulse-pounding captures of our n... more »ations worst felons. Gripping true crime.
DIANA'S BOYS Christopher Andersen
When the beautiful, complicated Princess Diana of Wales dies, in 1997, she left behind two beloved sons whose fate touched millions worldwide. This book goes beyond the tabloid frenzy and penetrates the mystique of the Royal Family, bringing to vivid life the flesh-and-blood teenagers who are Diana's dearest legacy. An absorbing dual biography.
AN AMERICAN INSURRECTION William Doyle
On September 30, 1962, a bloody uprising erupted in Oxford, Mississippi - all because one man, James Meredith, wanted to become the first African American student at the University of Mississippi. A riviting hour-by-hour depiction of a dramatic milestone in civil rights history - the unforgettable day that America went to war against itself.
DAVE BARRY HITS BELOW THE BELTWAY Dave Barry
The Pulitzer prizewinning columnist shares his hilarious version of how our government works - or, actually, doesn't work. Take a Dave Barry tour of the U.S. capital and read about his modest proposal to avoid close presidential elections in the future... and more! An irresistible send-up of our nation's political scene by funniest man in America.
NO FINISH LINE Marla Runyan with Sally Jenkins
Marla Runyan was only nine when a rare disease left her vision severly impaired, but she refused to let this condition limit her dreams. Determined to become a world-class runner, she emerged in Sydney, Australia, as the first legally blind athlete to compete in the Olympic Games. An inspiring memoir about triumphing in sports and in life.« less