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America's queen of suspense, Mary Higgins Clark, joins forces with her daughter, Carol, bestselling author off the… more info
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TWO DELIGHTFUL AUDIOBOOKS FROM AMERICA'S QUEEN OF SUSPENSESILENT NIGHTRead by Jennifer BealsWritten with warmth, yet… more info
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"The Second Time Around" is Clark at her very best: a riveting slice of suspense that examines a family living in the… more info
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Meet Sterling Brooks. His was not an exemplary life; his misdeeds were few. His were sins of omission, not of… more info
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