It’s a Boomer’s birthday: the big 5-0.
Like so many other post-war babies, Reader’s Digest Select Editions is celebrating fifty years on the American scene.
Born in spring 1950, the first volume of condensed books- as the series was then called- featured four books by the day’s top authors, skillfully edited to save readers valuable time and money. A hit from Day One, the new series was soon being enjoyed by tens of millions of blooklovers each year.
Today Select Editions is as lively and up to date as ever. Like other Boomers, we’re on-line, at www.ReadersOnly.com (the password is READ). And, as always, we bring you the very latest in top-notch fiction. In this volume you’ll find books by two grand masters, Dick Francis and Tony Hillerman, and by two newer stars, Luanne Rice and Gret Iles. It’s our birthday present to you.
And stay with us, because other winners are on the way in future volumes. At fifty, you see, we’re just getting started.
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