Reader's Digest Select Editions, Volume 313, 2011 #1: 61 Hours / Small Change / Nowhere to Run / Leaving Unknown

Reader's Digest Select Editions, Volume 313, 2011 #1: 61 Hours / Small Change / Nowhere to Run / Leaving Unknown❴PDF / Epub❵ ☉ Reader's Digest Select Editions, Volume 313, 2011 #1: 61 Hours / Small Change / Nowhere to Run / Leaving Unknown Author Readers Digest Association – Oaklandjobs.co.uk Reader's Digest Select Editions Volume 1 201161 Hours Jack Reacher #14 by Lee Child Small Change by Sheila RobertsNowhere to Run by CJ BoxLeaving Unknown by Kerry Reichs Reader's Digest Select Select Editions, PDF Í Editions Volume Hours Jack Reacher Reader's Digest PDF \ by Lee Child Small Change by Sheila RobertsNowhere to Run by CJ Digest Select Editions, PDF/EPUB ½ BoxLeaving Unknown by Kerry Reichs. 61 hours was classic novel with the character Reacher The ending certainly leaves you wonderingSmall Change The story line follows 3 women friends with money problems and how they tackle the problem and re invent their livesLeaving Unknown this started out with me thinking that it would be a simple uick read but not particularly interesting I was so wrong this was a very surprising story with a great deal of depth I really enjoyed this storyNowhere to run this is a Joe Pickett book I was intrigued with the character and am interested in reading some of the earlier works with this character I also found the story line very interesting The concept of governmentcorruption taking away what belongs to the average citizen was well explored 61 Hours 5 stars Love Jack ReacherSmall Change 2 stars Just okNowhere to Run 5 stars Very goodLeaving Unknown 3 stars Ok The only one I don't like is 'Nowhere to Run' It took me weeks to finish because it was so boring I like Leaving Unknown the best because it's a fast read with a twist I read Leaving Unknown 1st as it was recommended by a friend It was ok but not spectacularI have previousely read Nowhere to RunI just started 61 Hours Actually read 61 hours and Nowhere to run Both books held my attention on the edge of my seat Kept me thinking of what could be happening next needed to remember to take a breath at times One of the best Reacher stories