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Reader's Digest Select Editions: Whiteout | Paranoia | Rosie | Web of… (2005)

by Reader's Digest

Other authors: Joseph Finder (Contributor), Ken Follett (Contributor), Glenn Meade (Contributor), Alan Titchmarsh (Contributor)

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Whiteout: Ken Follett
Ken Follett's new thriller combines exciting action with a riveting family drama. Toni Gallo, head of security at Oxenford laboratories in Scotland, faces her worst nightmare when a dozen vials of a lethal virus are stolen from the labs on Christmas Eve. To make matters worse, heavy snow has brought the country to a standstill. Where is Toni going to turn for help?

Paranoia: Joseph Finder
A powerful story set in the cut-throat world of America's high-tech industry, this has been called 'the most entertaining thriller of 2004'. Impossible to put down, it tells how Adam Cassidy gets into very deep water when he's blackmailed by his employers into spying on a rival firm.

Rosie: Alan Titchmarsh
England's Isle of Wight is the delightful backdrop to this charming story, laced with wisdom and humour. Painter Nick Robertson is in the doldrums and his love life is languishing -- and then his lively grandmother, Rosie, comes to show him how to have fun. Diamonds, royal Russian ancestry, and lots of wine and good food are all part of the plot.

Web of Deceit: Glenn Meade
Long-buried family secrets and a body found in a remote glacier in the Alps are among the tantalising ingredients in this exciting tale of mystery and double identity set in Italy and Switzerland. With a surprising twist in the tail, it's a best-seller from the author of Resurrection Day.
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