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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

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I just received the latest Select Editions from Reader's Digest. It contained the following books - 2 of which were on my TBR list!


Grace by Richard Paul Evans

From the author of The Christmas Box and The Gift comes a touching tale of a young runaway girl and the boy who hides her from a large and frightening world. The time is the early 1960s, during the Cuban missile crisis. As their planet hovers on the brink of self-destruction, can Grace and her junior high school classmate Eric find in each other the safety, and ultimately the love, they so desperately need?




Still Life by Joy Fielding

Beautiful, smart, and successful, Casey Marshall couldn't be more happy with her life- until the day it nearly ends. The victim of a hit-and-run accident, Casey lands comatose in a hospital bed. She can't move or talk, but she hears everything, and what she learns is astounding. Her friends and family are not necessarily the people she thought they were. Even more shocking, the crash might not have been an accident at all.




Hell Bent by William G. Tapply

It's just another day at the office for Boston attorney Brady Coyne, until his ex-flame walks in. Alex Sinclair needs a skilled lawyer for her troubled brother, Gus. Aware that their old spark is still there, Brady agrees to help. But Gus has his own ideas about things, and soon Brady and Alex have more to figure out than whether or not to rekindle their romance. Atmospheric suspense from a best-selling author.




Prayers for Sale by Sandra Dallas

The sign outside her house says "Prayers for Sale," but Hennie Comfort is happy to pray for you for free. She will also tell you stories stretching back from her childhood in the old South to her settling in this Colorado mining town. As the stories are told, mixing heartache and happiness, they magically fit together, like the pieces in the quilts at which Hennie is an expert artisan. A wonderful story of a remarkable woman.

2 comments:

Sheila Deeth said...

I'd been thinking about reading Grace, though I've still not read his other too. I really need to catch up.

Marjorie said...

I read Still Life by Joy Fielding and it is one of the best "who
done it" books I have read.
Keeps your interest and you cannot put it down.

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