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Select Editions: Where Are You Now?, A Single Thread, An Irish Country Village, Italian Lessons
Select Editions Where Are You Now A Single Thread An Irish Country Village Italian Lessons Author:Mary Higgins Clark, Marie Bostwick, Patrick Taylor, and Peter Pezzeli Where Are You Now?: Carolyn MacKenzie was sixteen when her brother Mack disappeared ten years ago. Every Mother's Day since, in a grim yearly ritual, Mack phones home to say that he's fine and no one should worry. But each call just causes more worry: Is Mack in trouble? Is he guilty of some heinous crime? Carolyn, now a newly minted lawyer, vow... more »s to find the answer in the latest thriller from America's Queen of Suspense.
A Single Thread: Sometimes between one breath and the next, your whole life can change. It happens to Evelyn Dixon when her husband of twenty-odd years suddenly leaves her. Now Evelyn is without a plan, facing the world with no idea what to do next. So she begins a voyage of discovery, starting with a spur-of-the-moment trip to New England, to the perfect little village of New Bern, where maybe, just maybe, she can start the next chapter of her life.
An Irish Country Village: The colorful Northern Ireland community of Ballybucklebo is a charmed locale packed with warmhearted eccentrics. Here everyone's welfare, both personal and medical, eventually falls into the hands of the local family physician, Dr. Fingal O'Reilly, and his eager new assistant, Dr. Barry Laverty. But will an unfortunate lawsuit upset the delicate balance of this almost magical place? A tour de force of wit and humor.
Italian Lessons: Love makes people do crazy things. It makes recent college grad Carter Quinn take Italian lessons from a crabby old professor so he can win the girl of his dreams. Problem is, she's an exchange student now returned to Italy with no idea that Carter's in love with her. Many lessons will be learned by student and teacher in this delightful tale of romance, both old and new, if only you can understand its language.« less