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Famous Authors Books: More Books By Mary Higgins Clark

"For sheer storytelling power--and breathtaking pace -- Clark is without peer." -- People. 

Pretend You Don't See Her - To reclaim her true identity she must face almost certain death. Manhattan real estate agent Lacey Farrell is witness to the dying words of a murder victim. The dying woman is convinced that the killer was after her daughter's journals. Lacey gives the journal to the police after making a copy for herself -- an impulse that later proves nearly fatal. Placed under the witness protection program, Lacey's life changes and she meets a man. Unable to live with the facade, she breaks it off just as the killer traces her down. Lacey heads back to Manhattan, determined to uncover who's behind the murder -- before she's the next victim.

You Belong to Me - A masterful combination of page-turning suspense and classic mystery. A killer who targets lonely women on cruise ships is at the center of Clark's thriller You Belong to Me.

When Dr. Susan Chandler decides to use her daily radio talk show to explore the phenomenon of women who disappear and are later found to have become victims of killers who prey on the lonely and insecure, she has no idea that she is exposing herself -- and those closest to her -- to the very terror that she hopes to warn others against.

A Cry in the Night - Mary Higgins Clark out-did herself in this one.  This book captures you as you are reading it and you can't wait to see what is going to happen next. 

Jenny MacPartland was a charming, divorced mother of two working at a New York art gallery when she was suddenly whisked away into a life of luxury by wealthy artist Eric Krueger. But a chain of shattering events reveal a link to a past more terrifying than she dared imagine.

All Around the Town - An intense journey into the dark world of child abuse and Multiple Personality Disorder this great book will grip your attention and not let go until the last page is finished.

The spellbinding New York Times bestseller from today's reigning queen of suspense. With a terrifying twist at the climax, the author of Loves Music, Loves to Dance takes readers on an emotionally riveting journey into the mind of a young tortured women, accused of murder, haunted by the repressed memory of a childhood, who is at the mercy of a psychopathic personality. She seeks to regain her life and uncover the secrets of her past. Multiple personalities come into play as Laurie discovers that her greatest alies lie within her own mind. One of the best books I have every read.

Moonlight Becomes You - If you like mystery, you will like any of Mary Higgins Clark's books. Newport, Rhode Island: a world of old money, old names, and sinister secrets. Maggie Holloway, a fashion photographer, goes to visit an old friend -- but when she arrives, the friend is dead, the victim of a violent robbery. Maggie is stunned when she learns that she's the beneficiary of the will -- and even more stunned when she recognizes a pattern of murder in Newport society that will lead the killer straight to her.

Loves Music, Loves to Dance - I recommend this book for everybody whether you like suspense novels or not. New York's trendy magazines are a source of peril when a killer enacts a bizarre dance of death, using the personal ads to lure his victims. And if the killer has his way, decorator Darcy Scott will be his next "date." The suspense is rivoting and will make you want to flip to the end, but don't! It's worth the wait.

While My Pretty One Sleeps - This exciting and shocking mystery is for all mystery lovers and Clark fans. Gossip columnist Ethel Lambston knew everything about everybody who was somebody -- so there were more than enough suspects in her murder. Neeve Kearny may be the only person in New York worried about the death of Ethel Lambston. When Ethel, a bestselling author famous for her juicy exposes, is found with her throat cut, Neeve's memories of her mother's long-unsolved murder come to life. As an innocent witness in the Lambstone investigation, Neeve is drawn into a sinister labyrinth of greed and ambition.

Silent Night - In  New  York  for  treatment of  his father's leukemia, seven-year-old Brian Dornan sees his mother's wallet being lifted.  Desperate to retrieve the St. Christopher medal tuked inside --which he believes to be protecting his father, Brian follows the thief into the subway, and into the most dangerous adventure of his young life.

The Cradle Will Fall - Be prepared to not be able to put it down... This wonderful mystery is about a psychopathic doctor named Highley who is preforming illegal operations and experiments on inoccent woman for his own research. The main caracter Kate DeMaio characte is trying to solve a mystery that will end up leading her to Dr. Highley's research, but before she can finish she is scheduled for an operation with Dr. Highley.

Aspire to the Heavens - This fabulous little book took us into Mr. Washington's personal life from his uncomfortable relationship with his own mother, to his lifelong infatutation with his best friend's wife, through to his spunky courtship and marriage to the wonderful and intuitive Mrs. Washington (Martha). 

Mary Higgins Clark taught us to KNOW George Washington, with all his leadership qualities and common sense mannerisms, allowing us to respect and admire him for the great person he was (much in the same way that he WAS perceived by his country men of the 1700's). This magnificent book gives us history, adventure, romance & a glimpse into a bygone era.


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