Reader’s Digest Real Life Reading 4 in 1
Madeleine by Kate McCann

What could be more devastating for a parent than to have a child kidnapped? What if the crime occurred in a foreign country; the police seemed unable to help you; you were hounded mercilessly by the media; and, perversely, you were hauled in as a suspect and legally advised to plead guilty to manslaughter? This is the living hell Kate McCann suddenly found herself plunged into in May 2007. Her unforgettable memoir tells the real story behind the child abduction that shocked the world, and lays bare the inner strength, integrity and faith that have enabled her and her husband to survive beyond what any parent could be expected to endure to find their still-missing daughter, Madeleine.

Lost In Shangri-La by Mitchell Zuckoff

In May 1945, twenty-four American servicemen and WACs boarded a transport for a sightseeing trip over ‘Shangri-La’, a valley deep in the jungles of Dutch New Guinea. Instead, the plane crashed, leaving just three survivors. One of them was servicewoman Margaret Hastings. Barefoot and badly burned, she was now caught with her injured companions between man-eating headhunters and Japanese forces. So began a harrowing hike through the mountainous and remote territory of tribespeople who had never before seen a white man - or woman.

My Week With Marilyn by Colin Clark

In 19566, 23-year-old Colin Clark, fresh from Oxford, worked as a humble ‘gofer’ on the set of The Prince and the Showgirl. The film united Britain’s most illustrious actor, Laurence Olivier, with Hollywood’s most glamorous sex symbol, Marilyn Monroe - and clashes between them entered screen legend. For one glorious week, the world’s biggest female star sought comfort in the arms of the set’s most junior employee. This is the intimate and comic story (recently made into an acclaimed film) of how Clark came to share Monroe’s confidences - and her bed!

Paramedico by Benjamin Gilmour

‘There are few professions like that of an ambulance worker - we have a rare licence to enter homes of complete strangers and bear witness to their most personal moments of crisis.’ So writes Benjamin Gilmour, an Australian paramedic and film-maker who has worked or volunteered with many foreign ambulance services, including those in South Africa, Iceland, Italy, Mexico and Pakistan. We join him and emergency crews as they respond to road crashes, terrorist bombings and sectarian violence, and minister aid to the fatally injured as well as the depressed, the hysterical and the confused. A thrilling ride around the world by ambulance.

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