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Mary Higgins Clark: Three Complete Novels: Where Are The Children; A Stranger Is Watching; The Cradle Will Fall [Hardcover]

Mary Higgins Clark
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Jan. 17 1995
From the biggest, bestselling author writing today, queen of suspense and riveting terror, three bone-chilling novels. Includes The Cradle Will Fall, A Stranger is Watching, and Where are the Children? She's the world's leading mystery writer, and her millions of fans will be eagerly awaiting this new collection. 608 pages.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Mysteriously interesting June 26 2001
Being an ardent Agatha Christie fan, Mary Higgins Clark was recommended to me and this was the first volume of her books that I read.
There aren't any detectives like Hercules Poirot or Miss Marple still the stories keep you glued to the book till you reach the end.
'Weep no more, my lady' has a certain Christie's touch. The story is about a young woman Elizabeth. Her sister, Leila is murdered and Ted, her sister's fiance is convicted, with Elizebeth being the only witness. There are other charachters like Leila's friend the Baron and Baroness, her agent, another rival actress. The interesting thing is that each charachter has some motive for the murder. And finally the real murderer turns out to be... (You have to read the book to find out).
'Stillwatch' is about a young reporter who is making a television documentary. But what she does NOT know is that this documentary is linked to her past and will affect her present life. Not much of a mystery here but still an interesting read.
'A cry in the night' reminded me of Alfred Hitchcock's movie Psycho and hence the reason for 4 stars.
A good selection for those who have a preference for mysteries (minus politics, violence and sex).
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4.0 out of 5 stars Better selections....2 out of 3 Sept. 24 2000
By "juj"
I read all stories & enjoyed most of them. I would say, this is a 4 1/2 starrer. The only thing keeping me from giving it a 5 is that I didn't like the "Cry in the Night" so much. Had it been "Where are the Children", I would have given it a 10 star rate, if there is such a thing :-)Moreover, I like the compilation here better than the other MHC trilogy.
After reading 6 MHC stories in a row, I am becoming familiar with her style & events albeit characters taking on different forms. Nevertheless, her books are interesting & will make you lose track of time.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Suspense, precaution, and mystery April 21 2000
I just finished reading A Stranger is Watching and I loved it. If you are looking for a book with supsense then read A Stranger Is Watching. First Neil and Sharon Martin are kidnapped by the vicious criminal kidnapper known as Foxy. He traps them and sets a bomb, and it is only a matter of time before they are able to escape. Time.... If you are in the mood for a good mystery book that will leave you wondering the entire time then Read A Stranger Is Watching. I loved it and I'm sure you will to.Read it today!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Stillwatch Feb. 19 2002
By A Customer
If you enjoy these suspenseful books, then this is the book for you. It's a book about a woman named Pat, who is a reporter for a local cable news station that is doing a segment on Senator Abbigal Jennings and how she may become the first female Vice President. Along the way she comes into problems. Pat is starting to get threats about the airing of the segment. What could the Senator be hiding that could put herself at danger to not get elected the first female Vice President?
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5.0 out of 5 stars Action, Adventure, and Romance in one! Oct. 15 1999
By A Customer
Weep No More, My Lady is just the greatest book I've read! Elizabeth's has to deal with the death of her sister and her love for Ted @ the same time. I was very surprised @ who the perpatraitor was. I'd never have guessed. This book kept me reading until I finished it. I have reread ti tons of times and love more each time. I highly reccommend this book to anyone. Mary Higgins Clark has an unmatchable skill. I enjoy all her novels.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I love this book. It is my favorite! Oct. 11 1999
By A Customer
Remember Me is a wonderful story about a lawyer and his family. When there son dies they start to have problems in there family so they decide to move away to try to work things out. they move to Cape Cod to "Remember House." Then Adam decides to take a case and when he did it created a nightmare only Mary Higgins Clark could have thought of.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A sure thriller for all those SUSPENSE LOVERS! Oct. 28 1998
This was the second Mary Higgins Clark book Ive read and I must say the best. My first being silent night. The contents are very intruging, shocking, and captivating. I highly reccomend this book. I gave it 4 stars because some points are too into depth. As a whole this book was intelligently awesome.
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