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  • Mass Market Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Books; 1 edition (Oct. 1 1999)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0671027123
  • ISBN-13: 978-0671027124
  • Product Dimensions: 17.4 x 10.6 x 1.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 100 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #456,152 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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By Toni Osborne TOP 100 REVIEWER on July 2 2007
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I found this story slow, boring, and very predictable; the ending is evident from the start. I occasionally read Miss Higgins books but this one I have to admit should have stayed at the book store.
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Format: Hardcover
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Alvirah and Willy make a great team, and since I am Catholic, I enjoy anything when somebody is trying to help the Catholic church. I was so angry when the theft was committed! No one should steal anything sacred from a church!
This book is best read at Christmas time. I know that next Christmas, I am very likely to read them again!
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By A Customer on Nov. 2 2003
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I'm sure that Mary Higgins Clark no longer needs the money, but she could at least give her fans an unpredictable novel that doesn't insult our intelligence. I suspected how this book would end from page 1, but read the whole thing anyway in hopes that I might be surprised in some way. Not only was I disappointed, but I came away angry at the oversimplified plot, at the Meehans for being the most annoying crime solving couple in literary history, and at the idea that a woman who abandons her baby outdoors in the dead of winter has a right to come back and lay claim to that child seven years later. I expected better from this author and it'll be a long time before I read anything by her again.
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All Through the Night
Mary Higgins Clark
Rebekah Sexton
Of the twelve Mary Higgins Clarks books I've had the privilege of reading, I've found All Through the Night to be among her best. Mary Higgins Clark ingeniously intertwines two plots through one little girl. Sondra's musical career and life hold a promising future for her as her dreams are slowly unfolding, until she becomes pregnant by mistake. She finds herself in a situation she doesn't know how to solve and determines that the only solution to her problem is to leave her newborn girl on the doorstep of a church in New York City. When Sondra returns seven years later in search of her daughter, she tragically finds that her daughter was never found and that the same night she left her, there was a burglary at the church. Left heartbroken, Sondra is left with questions that cannot be answered.
When Kate tragically discovers that her recently deceased sister, Bessie, left the will for her house to go to a couple she wasn't fond of, she becomes tragically aware of her sister's deceitfulness, something her friends were also unaware of. Positive that the will must be fraud, Alvirah, a close friend to Kate and Bessie, sets out to prove that the will is a fraud and that the Bakers are con artists. As Alvirah unfolds the mysteries of the events that happened the night that Sondra left her daughter at the church and of Bessie's will, the story unfolds plots and mysteries that leads one on a ride full of twists and surprises. Clark has once again outdone herself in All Through the Night.
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This book kept me wondering how the mystery would unravel and had an uplifting holiday spirit, but it wasn't syrupy sweet. Another good read from the "queen of suspense."
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If you have a couple of hours and want to devour a light, quick, and pleasant holiday book, ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT is the one for you. This is not the usual Mary Higgins Clark book. It's also not for die-hard mystery lovers.
I loved the way this book was centered, for the most part around lively, lovable senior citizens, showing their activities, alertness, and concerns. Several subplots (robbery, abandonment, child care, con artists, sleuthing) come together to form a wonderful Christmas story (to be read and enjoyed any time of the year).
This book left me with "feel-good" vibrations. If I had one complaint, it would be that the book was too short.
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Format: Hardcover
This is a fantastic read. Short, but one of her best. Two sub-plots that do not hinder the other, tied together by a little girl named Star. The whole setting is easy to believe, so you can easily let yourself flow with the story. And it does flow; you will not wish to put it down. There are a couple things that are just too convient. But I guess you would need a much longer book to fit everything in. A good read for Christmas.
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All Through the Night, by Mary Higgins Clark, contains plenty of suspense to keep the reader turning the pages. Clark's use of dramatic irony keeps readers engrossed in the book. Through all the characters' minds, the reader wonders how each character will resolve their conflict. Next, the reader absorbs all the different stories told, connecting the different people with other characters. Finally, the use of the chalice to connect the characters and their story leaves the reader fascinated at the connections. All Through the Night is suspenseful and fast paced, making it an easy novel to finish.
The audience can see through all the characters' minds, giving them knowledge that the other characters lack. When Lenny takes the baby from the rectory, automatically the reader knows this will be a long lost relationship between the mother and this little baby. While Alvirah Meehan tries to solve the case on Bessie Durkin's will, the reader sees Sondra, the mother of the baby, enter the picture. Sondra struggles, facing the thought of her innocent daughter she left on the rectory steps seven years ago. The reader then views Stellina, the lost baby now seven, and how her life has formed. Clark keeps the audience reading as Alvirah indirectly solves both mysteries.
The mystery of the false will, the separation of Sondra and Stellina, Lenny and his hopes for Stellina, all sub-stories in the novel, are brought together as Alvirah solves them. Seven years after the chalice is stolen, and the baby is not found, Sondra goes back to New York wondering what happened to her baby. Lenny is planning to leave New York and head to Mexico, taking Stellina as a cover-up. Alvirah is trying to solve the false will, when she meets Sondra.
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