Mary Higgins Clark Message Board
posts on 6/8/2006 6:28:59 PM
Does anyone know the significance of the title of the novel, Moonlight Becomes You by Mary Higgins Clark??
posts on 6/3/2006 9:34:21 AM
I can't get enough of her books.She has sooo many and I'm only on the third book from her.She is amazing we even did her as a class project, Where Are The Children? I'm workng on Moonlight Becomes You!
Zoey posts on 3/5/2006 9:42:54 PM
Stacy, is a visual aid kinda like a prop in a play? If so, you should use a bronze sculpture. Like the one used to kill Dr. Gary Lasch. Hope this helps. -Zoey
Stacy posts on 3/4/2006 3:19:15 PM
Hey everybody, I have to do a presentation over We'll Meet Again Monday (3-6-06) at school. It is a public speaking class and we have to do some kind of creative visual aide to go along with our book. Does anybody have any ideas? Let me know! Thanx a million!
Katie posts on 2/20/2006 2:50:30 PM
Does anyone know where I can find "Loves Music, Loves to Dance" book notes? I can't find them anywhere online. Thanks
tesubcalle posts on 2/14/2006 12:14:18 AM
This, from the Simon & Schuster author site, on Mary's new April release:
A tragic kidnapping...
the mystery of twin telepathy...
a mother's search for a child, presumed dead.
Hours after throwing a third birthday party for their twins Kathy and Kelly in their Connecticut home, Margaret and Steve Frawley return home from a dinner in New York to discover the police in the house, their daughters missing, and an eight million dollar ransom note. The Frawleys meet the kidnapper's demands, but the abandoned car they're led to contains only Kelly, the body of the driver, and a suicide note, saying he had inadvertently killed Kathy and dumped her body in the ocean.
At the private memorial Mass for Kathy, Kelly tugs Margaret's arm and says that her sister Kathy "wants to come home right now." More unexplainable occurrences indicate that Kelly is in touch with Kathy, but no one except Margaret believes that Kathy is still alive. As Kelly's warnings become increasingly specific and alarming, however, FBI agents set out on a search for the kidnappers as Kathy's life hangs by a thread.
aseel posts on 1/11/2006 3:52:23 PM
hi guys im doing a school project on this book due tomarrow =\ and i was wondering if you all had any suggestions on how i could relate this book to the real world or to other books/ movies? thanx for your help! <3
Lisa Chadwick posts on 12/14/2005 10:15:38 AM
Thank you so much for all of the info, I didn't want Mom to miss out on any of those great stories. Thanks again & Happy Holidays!
tesubcalle posts on 12/10/2005 1:04:43 AM
Lisa, Lost Angel, Double Vision, and Terror Stalks The Class Reunion are all available in book form in Clark's 'Anastasia Syndrome & Other Stories'. (Also included in that is 'Anastasia Syndrome as well as 'Lucky Day'.)
The Plot Thickens is not a Clark story, but the title of the anthology in which a Clark story appeared, called 'The Man Next Door'.
About 'Caribbean Blues':
'Chapters by Mary Higgins Clark, Molly Cochran, Max Allan Collins, Gregory McDonald, Richard Meyers, Warren Murphy, and Robert J. Randisi -
A group of P.I.s, including Collins' Nate Heller and, anachronistically, Murphy's Trace, solve a crime on the highseas during a Caribbean cruise, circa 1938.'
- Thrilling Detective website.
And if you liked Clark's 'My Gal Sunday' short stories, check out the anthology 'Murder For Revenge', where Henry and Sunday are back in a tale called 'Power Play' (where Clark unwittingly has Henry posing as a man named 'Harry Potter' - this was of course before the wizard Harry Potter was all the rage!)
Hope this helps.
joan posts on 12/9/2005 5:43:05 PM
There is a new Clark Christmas book, The Christmas Thief.
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