Reader's Digest Condensed Books, 1988 #1, Volume #175

Reader s Digest Condensed Books Volume Final Approach Spencer Dun Pub Heinemann The Charm School Nelson DeMille Pub Warner Snow on the Wind Hugh Miller Pub Severn The Man Who Rode Midnight Elmer Kelton Pub DoubledayEditor Deirdre Gilb

1 Final Approach Spencer Dun Pub Heinemann2 The Charm School Nelson DeMille Pub Warner3 Snow on the Wind Hugh Miller Pub Severn4 The Man Who Rode Midnight Elmer Kelton Pub DoubledayEditor Deirdre GilbertAssistant Editor Sharon Wyatt

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  • Í Reader's Digest Condensed Books, 1988 #1, Volume #175 ☆ Dorothy Gilman Betty Mahmoody William Hoffer Ridley Pearson Niall Williams Christine Breen
    290 Dorothy Gilman Betty Mahmoody William Hoffer Ridley Pearson Niall Williams Christine Breen
Reader's Digest Condensed Books, 1988 #1, Volume #175

  1. Dorothy Gilman Betty Mahmoody William Hoffer Ridley Pearson Niall Williams Christine Breen says:
    Dorothy Gilman started writing when she was 9 At 11, she competed against 10 to 16 year olds in a story contest and won first place Dorothy worked as an art teacher and telephone operator before becoming an author She wrote children s stories for than ten years under the name Dorothy Gilman Butters and then began writing adult novels about Mrs Pollifax a retired grandmother who becomes a CIA agent The Mrs Pollifax series made Dorothy famous While her stories nourish people s thirst for adventure and mystery, Dorothy knew about nourishing the body as well She used to live on a farm in Nova Scotia, where she grew medicinal herbs Her knowledge of herbs comes through in many of her stories, including A Nun in the Closet, in which a nun treats a man s wounds with the herbs growing nearby Many of Dorothy s books, including Caravan, feature strong women having adventures around the world Dorothy spent much of her life in Connecticut and Maine She died at age 88 of complications of Alzheimer s disease.Series Mrs Pollifax

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  1. 1 Final Approach by Spencer DunJames Marshall 90, narrates history of UK Ashley Landing airfield from Nov 1910 when he and brother Beresford moved in Frances Gray Assistant Editor Ravell s Magazine takes flying lessons to be first woman to cross Channel James falls in love He fears Frances incompetent if he crashes plane, she would be safe In 1917 he becomes engaged to Helen Borthwick, and runs into widowed Frances again view spoiler He crashes plane He breaks up with Helen then learns her broth [...]


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