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Reader's Digest Select Editions: Brandenburg • Kill the Messenger •… (2006)

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Other authors: Robert Goddard (Author), Emily Grayson (Author), Tami Hoag (Author), Henry Porter (Author)

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Brandenburg: Henry Porter
A compelling spy novel set in East Germany in the weeks leading up to the fall of the Berlin Wall on 9 November 1989. Dr Rudi Rosenharte, a former agent, is faced with a stark choice when he is set up by British Intelligence: to defect to the West, leaving his family to the mercies of the infamous Stasi, the East German secret police, or return to his homeland to carry out a dangerous mission.

Kill the Messenger: Tami Hoag
When courier Jace Damon agrees to make one final delivery of the day, he gets caught up in the aftermath of a brutal murder. Soon, he is not only being hunted by the killers, but he is also a prime suspect for the police. Trusting no one, he struggles to avoid getting caught, while trying to protect his young brother, Tyler.

Night Train to Lisbon: Emily Grayson
They met on a night train to Lisbon. She was a wealthy American beauty of eighteen, sheltered and coddled her entire life. He was a brilliant young British scientist from humble beginnings. But it is 1936, and war looms. Suddenly their unexpected romance becomes something much more dangerous.

Sight Unseen: Robert Goddard
Sight Unseen begins with an abduction from the village of Avebury. The girl, Miranda Hall, is never seen again, and the case turns cold. Then, twenty-three years on, Detective Sharp gets an anonymous letter composed, bizarrely, from the pages of a rare book. Conundrums past and present dovetail with a startling revelation about a possible claim to the English throne.
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