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A collection of short stories from the #1 New York Times bestselling “Queen of Suspense” Mary Higgins Clark, including the never-before-published novella Death Wears a Beauty Mask. From Clark’s first-ever published story (1956’s “Stowaway”), to classic tales featuring Alvirah and Willy, My Gal Sunday and many more, Death Wears a Beauty Mask and Other Stories gives readers t A collection of short stories from the #1 New York Times bestselling “Queen of Suspense” Mary Higgins Clark, including the never-before-published novella Death Wears a Beauty Mask. From Clark’s first-ever published story (1956’s “Stowaway”), to classic tales featuring Alvirah and Willy, My Gal Sunday and many more, Death Wears a Beauty Mask and Other Stories gives readers the chance to revisit the short story highlights from the “Queen of Suspense.” The jewel of this collection is the novella showcasing the dazzling and dangerous world of high fashion in 1970s New York City: Death Wears a Beauty Mask, which Mary began in 1974 and put aside to write Where Are the Children, the book that launched her career. Mary returned to Death Wears a Beauty Mask nearly forty years later and the result is spectacular. Featuring the same chills and heart-pounding drama we’ve come to expect from a Mary Higgins Clark title, and including an exclusive author’s introduction, Death Wears a Beauty Mask and Other Stories is a spine-tingling read and glimpse into the evolution of the remarkable career of the “Queen of Suspense.”


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A collection of short stories from the #1 New York Times bestselling “Queen of Suspense” Mary Higgins Clark, including the never-before-published novella Death Wears a Beauty Mask. From Clark’s first-ever published story (1956’s “Stowaway”), to classic tales featuring Alvirah and Willy, My Gal Sunday and many more, Death Wears a Beauty Mask and Other Stories gives readers t A collection of short stories from the #1 New York Times bestselling “Queen of Suspense” Mary Higgins Clark, including the never-before-published novella Death Wears a Beauty Mask. From Clark’s first-ever published story (1956’s “Stowaway”), to classic tales featuring Alvirah and Willy, My Gal Sunday and many more, Death Wears a Beauty Mask and Other Stories gives readers the chance to revisit the short story highlights from the “Queen of Suspense.” The jewel of this collection is the novella showcasing the dazzling and dangerous world of high fashion in 1970s New York City: Death Wears a Beauty Mask, which Mary began in 1974 and put aside to write Where Are the Children, the book that launched her career. Mary returned to Death Wears a Beauty Mask nearly forty years later and the result is spectacular. Featuring the same chills and heart-pounding drama we’ve come to expect from a Mary Higgins Clark title, and including an exclusive author’s introduction, Death Wears a Beauty Mask and Other Stories is a spine-tingling read and glimpse into the evolution of the remarkable career of the “Queen of Suspense.”

30 review for Death Wears a Beauty Mask and Other Stories

  1. 5 out of 5

    David J. Belliveau

    Interesting I have been reading books by her since I was a child. The very first book I read was Where Are The Children. I am now 54 and still enjoy reading her books. I would recommend reading anything she writes.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Book Him Danno

    Well if you like Mary Higgins Clark you will enjoy this book of short stories - I found it easy to read and since the stories were short it was easy to put down and walk away after reading one and then coming back and reading another. The stories are old and some felt dated - but I love Victorian romance and that is dated- right? Well they were all good - some better than others - the first story was a bit longer then I think was needed - but it had suspense. One story was sad and yet uplifting at Well if you like Mary Higgins Clark you will enjoy this book of short stories - I found it easy to read and since the stories were short it was easy to put down and walk away after reading one and then coming back and reading another. The stories are old and some felt dated - but I love Victorian romance and that is dated- right? Well they were all good - some better than others - the first story was a bit longer then I think was needed - but it had suspense. One story was sad and yet uplifting at the end - I read that one first off - I decided to skip around as I read this book and the airplane story is a good one and I hope I would be willing to risk everything to save a life if needed. I enjoy reading mystery authors and this one is good - I also really enjoy her series with Alafair Burke- Short stories from an author you know and love - I received this item for an honest review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Magill

    It would seem that you have to be something of a fan of this author to get the most of out these stories. The majority of the stories had leggy, beautiful women being rescued by manly men. The best of the lot was Alvirah and Willy, the lottery winners, with some personalties beyond squabbling, semi-broken-up couples and helpless dames. I would give it a 2.5 as the writing was fine but that isn't an option. It would seem that you have to be something of a fan of this author to get the most of out these stories. The majority of the stories had leggy, beautiful women being rescued by manly men. The best of the lot was Alvirah and Willy, the lottery winners, with some personalties beyond squabbling, semi-broken-up couples and helpless dames. I would give it a 2.5 as the writing was fine but that isn't an option.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Danna

    I have read every Mary Higgins Clark book that was written. I am not a huge fan of short stories and this collection is at it's best just okay. Most of the stories have been told before and are definitely from the seventies which were a different era. The best story is the Alivirah story which I love no matter long or short. It was a great first day of summer vacation read as I didn't have to think too hard or remember characters and plots. Still love her simple story lines but love her full len I have read every Mary Higgins Clark book that was written. I am not a huge fan of short stories and this collection is at it's best just okay. Most of the stories have been told before and are definitely from the seventies which were a different era. The best story is the Alivirah story which I love no matter long or short. It was a great first day of summer vacation read as I didn't have to think too hard or remember characters and plots. Still love her simple story lines but love her full length novels more. Short stories are not best writing style.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Tina

    This is a book of short stories with Mystery/Thriller. My favorite was the first story in the book which is Death wear a Beauty Mask. I liked a few of the others, but I also did not like some of them. (*)

  6. 4 out of 5

    Deanne

    Good. Darker and more straightforward than Agatha Christie, but not gory or creepy. Definitely formulatic. By the last couple stories I knew exactly what was going to happen. Stories are short and fast paced. In fact, sometimes I was startled when the winding up part started to happen so soon. Nice for mindless entertainment. In a year, I won't remember reading it. Good. Darker and more straightforward than Agatha Christie, but not gory or creepy. Definitely formulatic. By the last couple stories I knew exactly what was going to happen. Stories are short and fast paced. In fact, sometimes I was startled when the winding up part started to happen so soon. Nice for mindless entertainment. In a year, I won't remember reading it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sara Eames

    This is a very hit and miss collection of short stories miss than hit, I'm sorry to say. Not the best book I have read. This is a very hit and miss collection of short stories miss than hit, I'm sorry to say. Not the best book I have read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jack Shanks

    Actual rating: 3.5 stars. This was the first book that I have read by Mary Higgins Clark. To be quite honest, if I saw it in the store I wouldn't buy it. The only reason I have it, and felt compelled to read it, was because it was a gift from a friend. These short stories were either a hit or a miss - either really gripping or really boring, there wasn't really any in between. To rate these stories in order of my favorite to least favorite: 1. The Man Next Door 2. Haven't We Met Before? 3. Death Wears Actual rating: 3.5 stars. This was the first book that I have read by Mary Higgins Clark. To be quite honest, if I saw it in the store I wouldn't buy it. The only reason I have it, and felt compelled to read it, was because it was a gift from a friend. These short stories were either a hit or a miss - either really gripping or really boring, there wasn't really any in between. To rate these stories in order of my favorite to least favorite: 1. The Man Next Door 2. Haven't We Met Before? 3. Death Wears a Beauty Mask 4. The Funniest Thing has Been Happening Lately 5. Definitely, a Crime of Passion 6. Voices in the Coalbin 7. The Tell-Tale Purr 8. The Cape Cod Masquerade 9. Stowaway 10. When the Bough Breaks One thing that definitely disappointed me about these stories, was Clark's need to paint the female characters as inferior to the males. There was constantly the stereotypical, often times sexist, image that women need men to rescue them. Constantly, the female characters found themselves in some kind of predicament and required a male character to help them to get out of it and remain safe. Women are capable of caring for themselves, they do not always need a man to come to their aid. While this was my first experience reading Clark's work, I am uncertain about whether I will read more of her novels in the future. I have read that some of her fans believed this collection to be inferior compared to her full-length novels, but I am not yet convinced. I will not be buying any of her other works in a hurry.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Piepie

    I much prefer MHC's longer novels rather than her short stories. Still, I've read many of her books and decided to try this one. I preferred some of these stories over others. I think the best ones were the title story; Voices in the Coalbin (creepy and chilling!); and Definitely a Crime of Passion (<--which, if you've read My Gal Sunday, you've read before). I enjoy MHC's stories about Sunday and Henry, and wish there were more of them. If you want scary and terrifying, check out Voices in the Co I much prefer MHC's longer novels rather than her short stories. Still, I've read many of her books and decided to try this one. I preferred some of these stories over others. I think the best ones were the title story; Voices in the Coalbin (creepy and chilling!); and Definitely a Crime of Passion (<--which, if you've read My Gal Sunday, you've read before). I enjoy MHC's stories about Sunday and Henry, and wish there were more of them. If you want scary and terrifying, check out Voices in the Coalbin and The Man Next Door. If you love MHC's husband & wife team of the lottery winners/sleuths Alvirah and Willy, read The Cape Cod Masquerade. If you'd like to read Clark's take on Edgar Allan Poe's The Tell Tale Heart, read her story The Tell Tale Purr. I like short stories because you can pick one up, read it, and come back to the collection later and read them at any time. This book won't take you long to read, and will probably best be appreciated by Clark's long-time devoted fans.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Amy Paget

    Do you have a ‘trigger’ that alerts you NOT to choose a book to read? I do! I won’t read novels about missing children. As a result I haven’t read anything by Mary Higgins Clark in years, given that A Stranger is Watching, Hitched, Two Little Girls in Blue and one of her Christmas sets feature missing children. With over 34 suspense novels written, Higgins Clark knows how to craft page turners which are perfect for summer reading. My summer started by dipping into latest, Death Wears a Beauty Ma Do you have a ‘trigger’ that alerts you NOT to choose a book to read? I do! I won’t read novels about missing children. As a result I haven’t read anything by Mary Higgins Clark in years, given that A Stranger is Watching, Hitched, Two Little Girls in Blue and one of her Christmas sets feature missing children. With over 34 suspense novels written, Higgins Clark knows how to craft page turners which are perfect for summer reading. My summer started by dipping into latest, Death Wears a Beauty Mask. Death Wears.. is a collection of short stories spanning Higgins Clark’s entire career and that’s what interested me. I love carefully crafted short stories and think this genre is perfect for busy people. These stories were written between 1956 and 2009 and as such, they really reflect the social mores of the times. There’s quite a variety of settings in these 10 tales, ranging from the airline and fashion industry to rural Cape Cod and a prison. Aficionados of Clark’s other works are sure to find the seeds and themes of her novels herein.

  11. 5 out of 5

    PrairieReader

    I had been a big fan of Mary Higgins Clark back in the late 1980s and throughout the 1990s, but tapered off her writing in the 2000s, although I always seemed to notice when she had a new book out. I've read a few of her latest books, without much enjoyment, I must say. I find her characters all pretty much the same and the stories formulmatic. I wasn't very impressed with Death Wears a Beauty Mask and had originally planned on one star, but bumped it up to two because of the appearance of Alvir I had been a big fan of Mary Higgins Clark back in the late 1980s and throughout the 1990s, but tapered off her writing in the 2000s, although I always seemed to notice when she had a new book out. I've read a few of her latest books, without much enjoyment, I must say. I find her characters all pretty much the same and the stories formulmatic. I wasn't very impressed with Death Wears a Beauty Mask and had originally planned on one star, but bumped it up to two because of the appearance of Alvirah and Willy Meehan. Sadly, my disappointment in her latest effort my be enough to turn me off MHC for good.

  12. 5 out of 5

    JoAnne

    7 stories, some very short. My fav being story #3 Definitely a Crime of Passion where former Secretary of State Tommy Shipman 65, is accused of killing his young girlfriend Arabella. His friend, former U.S president Henry Parker Britland and his new wife investigate. This is the Mary Higgins Clark style we all know - easy flow, a little action, a little drama and a very small side of romance. Thanks to Marwan, who added it to the currently reading chat in the Mystery Crime and Thriller group. I a 7 stories, some very short. My fav being story #3 Definitely a Crime of Passion where former Secretary of State Tommy Shipman 65, is accused of killing his young girlfriend Arabella. His friend, former U.S president Henry Parker Britland and his new wife investigate. This is the Mary Higgins Clark style we all know - easy flow, a little action, a little drama and a very small side of romance. Thanks to Marwan, who added it to the currently reading chat in the Mystery Crime and Thriller group. I am so influenced by this group and as I haven't read MHC in DECADES, I was glad I picked this up from the library.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Angie

    3.5 stars... A surprisingly good collection of short mystery stories. I found that they kept my interest and were long enough (most of them) to get a proper development. I listened to the audio version and thought the reader did a great job.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Amber

    I haven't read a Mary Higgins Clark book for years. We went camping last weekend and I started this by the campfire. It was the perfect book to take on vacation. Fun, suspenseful, and it made me want to keep reading. I haven't read a Mary Higgins Clark book for years. We went camping last weekend and I started this by the campfire. It was the perfect book to take on vacation. Fun, suspenseful, and it made me want to keep reading.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sheila

    Nice collection of short stories from the author who started me on my love of mysteries many moons ago. Thank you MHC!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Tasula

    My first and last by this author. Seemed dated, too sensitive.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    Great set of short stories from Mary Higgins Clark. Death Wears a Beauty Mask was her first writing prior to being published. She finished it many years later and like all her stories, it was great !!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    This is a great collection of stories! I don't usually like reading short stories! But Mary has changed my mind again. This group of stories gripped me from the first one right up to the last one. Very well written and good subject matter. Interesting and good human interest material. Happy, sad and up to date incidents that everyone can relate to! I would recommend the book to all my friends! This is a great collection of stories! I don't usually like reading short stories! But Mary has changed my mind again. This group of stories gripped me from the first one right up to the last one. Very well written and good subject matter. Interesting and good human interest material. Happy, sad and up to date incidents that everyone can relate to! I would recommend the book to all my friends!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kristen Landon

    I always love MHC. Of course, with short stories, some are better than others in any collection.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kim

    📚 📚 📚 This is the first time I’ve read short stories. The thing I like about the short stories, is I could finish most stories just before going to sleep as most were pretty short (except for “Death Wears a Beauty Mask which was the longest one). There were stories that I enjoyed and some that I didn’t particularly enjoy, but those ones were very short, so it didn’t bother me too much to have read it since it didn’t take up much time. The stories that I enjoyed he most would be: Death Wears a Be 📚 📚 📚 This is the first time I’ve read short stories. The thing I like about the short stories, is I could finish most stories just before going to sleep as most were pretty short (except for “Death Wears a Beauty Mask which was the longest one). There were stories that I enjoyed and some that I didn’t particularly enjoy, but those ones were very short, so it didn’t bother me too much to have read it since it didn’t take up much time. The stories that I enjoyed he most would be: Death Wears a Beauty Mask, The Cape Code Masquerade, Definitely a Crime of Passion, The Man Next Door, and The Funniest Thing Has Been Happening Lately. The other stories that I didn’t care for too much were: Stowaway, When the Bough Breaks, Voices in the Coalbin, Haven’t We Met Before, and The Tell-Tale Purr. So basically, I enjoyed 1/2 of the stories in this book. I didn’t hate the other stories I listed; I just didn’t care for them much. I always find Mary Higgins Clark books easy to read. I will continue to read her murder mystery books, as I’ve read many in the past. Would I read another book full of short stories? Yes, I would. However, I would prefer them all to be murder mystery books 📚, as that is the genre of book I tend to like reading. I loved being able to finish a whole story before going to sleep at night. 😴💤

  21. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    This is a collection of Mary H.C.'s early works. From the Library web site: "A collection of short stories from the #1 New York Times bestselling "Queen of Suspense" Mary Higgins Clark, including the never-before-published novella Death Wears a Beauty Mask. From Clark's first-ever published story (1956's "Stowaway"), to classic tales featuring Alvirah and Willy, My Gal Sunday and many more, Death Wears a Beauty Mask and Other Stories gives readers the chance to revisit the short story highlights fr This is a collection of Mary H.C.'s early works. From the Library web site: "A collection of short stories from the #1 New York Times bestselling "Queen of Suspense" Mary Higgins Clark, including the never-before-published novella Death Wears a Beauty Mask. From Clark's first-ever published story (1956's "Stowaway"), to classic tales featuring Alvirah and Willy, My Gal Sunday and many more, Death Wears a Beauty Mask and Other Stories gives readers the chance to revisit the short story highlights from the "Queen of Suspense." The jewel of this collection is the novella showcasing the dazzling and dangerous world of high fashion in 1970s New York City: Death Wears a Beauty Mask, which Mary began in 1974 and put aside to write Where Are The Children, the book that launched her career. Mary returned to Death Wears a Beauty Mask nearly forty years later and the result is spectacular. Featuring the same chills and heart-pounding drama we've come to expect from a Mary Higgins Clark title, and including an exclusive author's introduction, Death Wears a Beauty Mask and Other Stories is a spine-tingling read and glimpse into the evolution of the remarkable career of the "Queen of Suspense." "

  22. 5 out of 5

    Liis Tõnismäe

    I love Mary Higgins Clark. I've read most of her books. I love the excitement, I love to be guessing until the very end, I love all those strong female characters. I vaguely remember I have read another book or two with stories by Clark and none of those were particularly bad. They weren't as good as her regular books, but totally ok reading. However, if you love the same things about Clark that I do, I strongly suggest to NOT read this book. It's filled with achingly primitive stories and most of I love Mary Higgins Clark. I've read most of her books. I love the excitement, I love to be guessing until the very end, I love all those strong female characters. I vaguely remember I have read another book or two with stories by Clark and none of those were particularly bad. They weren't as good as her regular books, but totally ok reading. However, if you love the same things about Clark that I do, I strongly suggest to NOT read this book. It's filled with achingly primitive stories and most of them have nothing in common with the rest of Clark's books. Most of them have not even murder in it or if there is a murder, the bad guy is known from the beginning. That's not the Clark I know and love! Ok, if you must, you can read the title story, it has at least SOME kind of plot... You can also read Alvirah & Willy story as they are lovely characters, though this particular story is quite boring... There are some more that leave you guessing at least a little bit, but then they are so naive in other ways (US president, hello)... Just save your time and skip them. You really have not missed much if you skip the book altogether. Read the rest of Clark's books instead. Those are awesome :)

  23. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Wrightson

    This is saying nothing about the stories inside the book. I liked the stories but the problem I had was I don't really care for the short stories. I loved the first one called Death Wears a Beauty Mask. But the other stories were just too short and over too fast for me. I had to put this book down a few times and read other books because I got frustrated with the shortness of the stories. I saw the side of the book when I picked it up and only saw Death Wears a Beauty Mask by Mary Higgins Clark. This is saying nothing about the stories inside the book. I liked the stories but the problem I had was I don't really care for the short stories. I loved the first one called Death Wears a Beauty Mask. But the other stories were just too short and over too fast for me. I had to put this book down a few times and read other books because I got frustrated with the shortness of the stories. I saw the side of the book when I picked it up and only saw Death Wears a Beauty Mask by Mary Higgins Clark. I thought oh never read that one before. I got home from the library before I saw and Other Stories on the front cover in small print. But I finally got through all the stories. They were good but left me wanting more. Now if I had been in High School still this would have been an amazing book for me to read.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Lucynell

    Book 62 Death Wears a Beauty Mask and Other Stories Mary Higgins Clark 2015 4/5 I see at least one Mary Higgins Clark title whenever I visit a second hand shop, or wherever books are sold. Look at her. Doesn't she look rich? It's because she is. She is very rich because she sold a lot of books, more than 150 million in a career that spans four decades. She started writing to supplement her family's income. Well. Anyway, this is my first of hers and it's really easy to understand why she's so popula Book 62 Death Wears a Beauty Mask and Other Stories Mary Higgins Clark 2015 4/5 I see at least one Mary Higgins Clark title whenever I visit a second hand shop, or wherever books are sold. Look at her. Doesn't she look rich? It's because she is. She is very rich because she sold a lot of books, more than 150 million in a career that spans four decades. She started writing to supplement her family's income. Well. Anyway, this is my first of hers and it's really easy to understand why she's so popular. She writes a crystal clear prose that goes down smooth and easy. There's enough cool twists and suspense to keep you reading on. Maybe her incredible functionality is too conventional in that the men are often strong with long legs and there's a happily ever after romance kind of thing going on in almost all the stories here but whatever. It's good.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Agnesxnitt

    MHC does have the ability to completely creep me out with her psychological thrillers! This is a collection of short stories, starting with the title story 'Death Wears a Beauty Mask' when a top model disappears mysteriously after a doomed photoshoot. Her beloved younger sister and new brother in law set about searching for her - and then she turns up dead in her own apartment. Only it then turns out the dead woman is not who they thought she was? Where is she? What is really going on behind the MHC does have the ability to completely creep me out with her psychological thrillers! This is a collection of short stories, starting with the title story 'Death Wears a Beauty Mask' when a top model disappears mysteriously after a doomed photoshoot. Her beloved younger sister and new brother in law set about searching for her - and then she turns up dead in her own apartment. Only it then turns out the dead woman is not who they thought she was? Where is she? What is really going on behind the scenes? With another 4 stories, all equally good, I raced through this book - the usual story with me and MHC! I promise I am going to linger over them then race through them as I can't put them down! A charity shop buy, donating to our church bazaar book stall.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Roberta Lynne Ruben

    In memory of her the “Queen of Suspense’s” passing last week, I decided to listen to the first story she ever had published (Stowaway, 1956) and other early short stories she wrote in the 1970’s. I am a lover of short stories and the more frightening the better. This collection reveals the lives of women being terrorized by mentally ill men; some of whom are serial killers. Included are tales of the stalking of a Secretary of State by his mentally ill house keeper and a tale of a spooky neighbor In memory of her the “Queen of Suspense’s” passing last week, I decided to listen to the first story she ever had published (Stowaway, 1956) and other early short stories she wrote in the 1970’s. I am a lover of short stories and the more frightening the better. This collection reveals the lives of women being terrorized by mentally ill men; some of whom are serial killers. Included are tales of the stalking of a Secretary of State by his mentally ill house keeper and a tale of a spooky neighbor who locks up females so that they can read him children’s books in his basement. Mary Higgins Clark describes all types of spooks in this collection. Her contribution to the tradition of suspense and mystery writing will not be forgotten.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kaye

    I usually don't read short stories but this was interesting. Clark said she found a manuscript she started in 1974 and decided to finish it as the main story. It was fun to have a setting without cel phones and current communications. I especially liked the adventures with Alvirah and Willy and My Gal Sunday who are in other Clark books. Clark's style is going to usually include beautiful women who often need to be rescued by a man where a romance can blossom. This is a fun and easy read. I read I usually don't read short stories but this was interesting. Clark said she found a manuscript she started in 1974 and decided to finish it as the main story. It was fun to have a setting without cel phones and current communications. I especially liked the adventures with Alvirah and Willy and My Gal Sunday who are in other Clark books. Clark's style is going to usually include beautiful women who often need to be rescued by a man where a romance can blossom. This is a fun and easy read. I read straight through but it would be a book you could easily stop and return to when you needed a quick story to read.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mary L.

    Since this was a book containing a novella and 9 short stories I rather felt a little mixed in my rating. The novella, which is the name of the book, was excellent and had me guessing until the end, I really liked The Stowaway, which was her first short story ever published but a couple of the others left me feeling really turned off. Still a worthwhile read.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Nutting

    Classic MHC - short stories, some vintage, some newish - each one better than the next!! Fun to hook up with Alvirah and Willy again. If you're a fan don't miss this one!! May 12, 2019 Just finished re reading this - I was actually at the beach for a few days so the short stories were a good “beach read.” Classic MHC - short stories, some vintage, some newish - each one better than the next!! Fun to hook up with Alvirah and Willy again. If you're a fan don't miss this one!! May 12, 2019 Just finished re reading this - I was actually at the beach for a few days so the short stories were a good “beach read.”

  30. 4 out of 5

    Breanne

    These short stories are so creepy and disturbing and so good. I often found myself wanting more in each story but realized that the stories were perfect in their short form. I don’t know how Mary Higgins Clark comes up with these disturbing plots or how she sleeps at night with all these terrorizing images in her mind but they come across so perfect in her writing.

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