Bad Love by Sue Leather"Jack Daly?" Judy looked at me. "He's a very good doctor. He's famous at the hospital."
"Oh, famous is he?" I said "I don't often like famous people." Judy looked into my eyes, "oh come on, Detective Laine," she said, "You like like him! I watched you with him. All the women like him.
One week later, Dr. Daly is dead and Flick Laine of the Denver Police Department is looking for the killer.
Help! by Philip Prowse (Contribution by)Frank Wormold is a writer. He doesn't have much money and his wife is unhappy. To help him finish one of his stories, he starts to use a computer. But the computer gives him more help than he wants. Then he really need help!
Call Number: F P9491h 1999 (Level 4 yellow)
Hotel Casanova by Sue LeatherDino was 21 and worked in a hotel in the beautiful city of venice. The women who came to the hotel liked to talk to him. Dino was kind to them. But he knew what he wanted. "When I'm 26," he thought, "I'm going to meet a woman, the woman I want to marry." Then Dino met Carla and...
John Doe by Antoinette MosesThe man they call John Doe lies in a hospital bed. He watches and thinks but says nothing. The doctor wants to know who he is. But John Doe doesn't answer his questions. Then, after John Doe leaves the hospital, the doctor finds out more about him than just his real name.
Call Number: F M8531j 1999 (Level 4 yellow)
Just Like a Movie by Sue LeatherBrad Black likes the movies. He goes every weekend with his girlfriend, Gina. They are happy, but they have no money. Then Brad has an idea and thinks that real life can be just like the movies--and that's when things go wrong.
Call Number: F L483j 2000 (Level 4 yellow)
Next Door to Love by Margaret Johnson"You need to go out, Stella," my best friend often told me. "You need to meet new people. New men." But I didn't want to meet new men, and I didn't want a boyfriend, Then Tony came to live in the house next door and everything changed.
Call Number: F J635n 2005 (Level 4 yellow)
Parallel by Colin B. CampbellMax sat on his bed. There was a gun on the bed beside him. The gun was still warm. Max's face was very white and he didn't feel well. He never felt well after he killed someone..."
Call Number: F C1523p 2003 (Level 4 yellow)
Three Tomorrows by Frank BrennanThree stories which ask questions about the world in five years, in a hundred years and in fifteen hundred years. Can an email tell us what to buy? How can you know if someone is a machine or a person? What are the dreams of the last woman to live?
Call Number: F B75tt 2006 (Level 4 yellow)
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