Mary Higgins Clark Message Board

karen hogue posts on 1/1/2007 7:49:59 AM This is biggest disappointment I have had in a long time. I love Mary Higgins Clarks book but this is a real stinker. Iam sorry I spent the $8.00 to buy it. Does anyone know a direct link e-mail for her I sure would like to tell her of my concerns about the book
Jenny posts on 11/28/2006 9:18:29 PM Just a silly question....I was watching the movie MARY HIGGINS CLARK'S WE'LL MEET AGAIN....Can you tell me where the beginning was filmed, where she is driving?
Jennifer posts on 11/21/2006 9:16:10 AM What are three stylistic devices you used in your book

posts on 9/2/2006 11:53:36 AM All her books are the same style of writing. The person who did the crime is either absent during 3/4 of the story, or is the least likely person to have done the crime. I feel that while her stories are good, they lack clues. Most people enjoy books where the Author has clues that lead up to the murderer, not where everything has nothing to do with the murderer. Most people enjoy the feeling of pride, surprise, or that "I CAN'T BELIEVE I DIDN'T KNOW IT WAS HIM!" feeling they get when they finish. Mary Higgens Clark just seems to pick a person and say, "Yeah, it was him."
posts on 8/7/2006 12:46:02 AM I'll level with you: The Cradle Will Fall is an excellent Mary Higgins Clark novel; one of the better ones. It's a page-turner with a fascinating plot. If you were committed to doing a good job on your summer readin project, you could finish reading this one in four or five hours. That said, I do not know of any reading guides at this time. You may want to check out Mary's homepage at Simon and Schuster, her publishing company. Some of her books have reading guides. Good luck.
posts on 8/7/2006 12:40:16 AM i have 3 summer reading books to read & i have o take tests for them sonn therefore i do not have time to finish the 2 books that i have left. One of them i am reading now, so does anybody know where i can find "the cradle will fall" by mary higgins clark book notes or chapter guides?
posts on 8/1/2006 3:34:51 AM i am currently reading No Place Like Home but feel as though I have read a book like this all ready. Wondering if anyone else has read a book with a similiar plot as this by someone else.
posts on 7/28/2006 11:32:39 PM The only thing I could ever come up with as far as the 'significance' of this title goes is from the song of the same name. "Moonlight becomes you; it goes with your hair; you certainly know the right things to wear" and it goes on like that. Moonlight is very becoming of a certain individual being rhapsodized. Near the end when Neil is searching for Maggie in the construction site, it's a full moon, and spoilers...but I guess Clark just felt it was too good a title to pass up.
posts on 7/28/2006 9:55:51 PM I just got done with the book: Two Little Girls In Blue. This was a good book I thought and I have also read Night Time Is My Time. Tell what books you have read from Mary Higgins Clark. Tell me the ones you like the best cause I have only read two so far. Thanks, Eston
posts on 6/16/2006 8:38:25 AM In which books by Mary Higgins Clark is Dr. John T. Kelly (Minneapolis, MN) mentioned?
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