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  • ISBN 0671886665
  • ISBN13 978-0671886660
  • Language English
  • Author Mary Higgins Clark
  • Publisher Pocket Books; Reprint edition (December 1, 1993)
  • Formats doc txt mbr lit
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Genre Fiction
  • Size ePub 1641 kb
  • Size Fb2 1424 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 514

Mary Higgins Clark, the New York Times bestselling "Queen of Suspense" shares another story filled with intrigue and mystery.When Jenny MacPartland meets the man of her dreams while working in a New York art gallery, she's ecstatic. Painter Erich Krueger -- whose exquisite landscapes are making him a huge success -- is handsome, sensitive...and utterly in love with her. They marry quickly and Jenny plans a loving home on Erich's vast Minnesota farm. But lonely days and eerie nights strain her nerves to the breaking point and test her sanity. Caught in a whirlpool of shattering events, Jenny soon unearths a past more terrifying than she dares imagine...tragic secrets that threaten her marriage, her children, her life.

MARY HIGGINS CLARK is the bestselling author of fifteen novels and two collections of short stories. Beginning with the phenomenally successful Where Are the Children?, her books have sold more than thirty million copies in the United States alone

MARY HIGGINS CLARK is the bestselling author of fifteen novels and two collections of short stories. Beginning with the phenomenally successful Where Are the Children?, her books have sold more than thirty million copies in the United States alone. Born and raised in New York City, she has served as president of Mystery Writers of America. Mary Higgins Clark makes her home in Saddle River, New Jersey, and in Dennis, Massachusetts. Mary Higgins Clark, A Cry in the Night. Thank you for reading books on BookFrom.

and. A cry in the night. Mary Higgins Clark, like Alfred Hitchcock before her, stakes out a claim to a kind of fear that is absolutely terrifying because it bubbles under the surface of ordinary lives. Books by Mary Higgins Clark. For sheer storytelling power-and breathtaking pace-Clark is without peer. Clark is a flawless storyteller. Washington Post Book World. Mary Higgins Clark has become the grande dame of American thriller writing. The Lottery Winner: Alvirah and Willy Stories.

She remembered the nights in the apartment when if she was very tired she left the dishes stacked and rinsed in the . We found a late-model white Buick in the water near the shoreline. It’s crusted by ice and that thick brush keeps anyone walking on the bank from seeing it. We pulled it out.

She remembered the nights in the apartment when if she was very tired she left the dishes stacked and rinsed in the sink and got into bed with a cup of tea and a good book. I didn’t know when I was well off, she thought. And then she remembered the leaky ceiling, rushing the girls to the day-care center, the constant worry about money, the relentless loneliness.

Clark Mary Higgins Mary Higgins Clark. In happy memory of my parents and brothers,Luke, Nora, Joseph and John Higgins,who did, indeed, give joy to my youth.

Professor of Psychiatry and Professor and Associate Head of the Department of Family Practice and Community Health, University of Minnesota Medical School, for his generous and expert assi.

Mary Higgins Clark, international and New York Times bestselling author of more than 50 suspense novels, celebrates 40+ years as the Queen of Suspense. by Mary Higgins Clark. When Jenny MacPartland meets the man of her dreams while working in a New York art gallery, she’s ecstatic. Painter Erich Krueger - whose exquisite landscapes are making him a huge success - is handsome, sensitiv. nd utterly in love with her. They marry quickly and Jenny plans a loving home on Erich’s vast Minnesota farm.

When Jenny MacPartland meets the man of her dreams while working in a New York art gallery.

Jenny began looking for the cabin at dawn. All night she had lain motionless in the massive four-poster bed, unable to sleep, the stillness of the house oppressive and clutching.

In happy memory of my parents and brothers,Luke, Nora, Joseph and John Higgins,who did, indeed, give joy to my youth. Jenny began looking for the cabin at dawn. Even after weeks of knowing it would not come, her ears were still tuned for the baby’s hungry cry. Her breasts still filled, ready to welcome the tiny, eager lips. Finally she switched on the lamp at the bedside table.

A Cry in the Night (1982) is a suspense novel by American author Mary Higgins Clark. Jenny MacPartland, a divorced single mother, falls in love with artist Erich Kreuger while working for a New York gallery. They marry within a month and set up home on Erich's vast Minnesota ranch. For several months they are happily married, but Jenny begins to feel uneasy around her increasingly unstable husband.

She hadn’t had time to take a final look before he rushed her to the limousine

She hadn’t had time to take a final look before he rushed her to the limousine. Even during the ceremony Kevin had been on her mind, especially her marriage to him at St. Monica’s four years ago. They’d chosen that church because Nana had been married there.

A Cry In The Night book. I absolutely love Mary Higgins Clark and I believe that I have read all of her books (well at least 30), but A Cry in the Night is one of the shining star of her collection.

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Matty
This was not Mary Higgins Clark at her best. I don't ever remember giving her books less than 5 stars as she usually grabs me from the beginning and keeps me guessing the whole book. In this book I found her main character to be so unbelievable for a modern day woman who was living and working in New York. I wanted to slap Jenny for her ridiculous and unbelievable choices she made from the beginning. Eric's obsession with Jenny from the very first was obviously because he had a sick attachment to his mother. Once they got to his home, it became downright creepy and I cannot believe she would have stayed there as long as she did. And it wasn't because she loved him because she began to have doubts about him almost immediately ... she just wouldn't act on them and kept on acting like a helpless woman from the 1800's. I guessed all the plots and subplots before they even came up and predicted almost everything down to the very end. I did read it all the way to the end because I kept hoping she would redeem herself somewhere along the way, but it didn't really happen for me. I even figured out the discovery about him in the end. I was so disappointed with this book and I have loved her other books dearly. I really hope this was just a rare off book for her and not a trend downwards. I'll still be anxious and ready to read her next one.
Jazu
This story will keep you guessing, wondering what will happen next. One minute you think you know the next, maybe not. You can see the characters and landscape in your mind. This is one of my favorites by this author.
Vosho
She really is the, "Queen of Suspense" I was on the edge of my seat. I love the way she describes things it's as if you're there. People's thoughts and feelings and also their surroundings. If they're in a room I feel like I'm in the room too, if they're watching a sunset I feel I'm able to experience it as the character does.
Rexfire
My favorite author once again proved why. Mystery you won't figure out to the very end. More twists than one can dream of, but Clark does it so good you are just mesmerized
Manris
This was my first reading of a Mary Higgins Clark novel and I was very pleasantly surprised and pleased with the mature and developed writing style of the author as she keeps the story moving right along, tripping you up just as you think you have things figured out. I've heard her name seemingly all my life so I thought to give her a try. I researched her a little and discovered a real woman who loves her work and can't stop. I'm glad. I hope to read more of her as my remaining time permits. Life grows shorter and we must choose wisely.

A Cry in the Night is exactly that, a woman who becomes trapped by what she thought she wanted.
Envias
Have read most of Mary's books, but started to get tired of them because there were always so many characters and when I had to write each one down on a piece of paper with a description of them so I would know who I was reading about when I would get to that character again, I decided, 'that's enough of this'...when I have to write character's names down, it's time to find a new author!!! So I have been reading books by other author's for several years now, but when I read the synopsis on this book and the reviews, I decided to give Mary another try. And what a pleasant surprise I had in store for me! I loved the book from beginning to end, stayed up til 5AM to finish it on my Kindle Fire, which I also LOVE. I read 3 more of Mary's books after that, enjoyed them tremendously, and had absolutely no problem keeping the character's straight! Now, I keep watching for a new book by her to miraculously appear cuz Mary, I'm back!!!! Thank you for the wonderful page turning entertainment!!!
Laizel
MHC always writes such intriguing, suspenseful novels. Once I start one of her books I can’t put it down. Consequently I don’t getting anything done and lose lots of sleep til it’s finished!!
I have read Mary Higgins Clark for many, many years and loved how she got you involved with her characters and kept you guessing and on edge. But I found as time went on started to become disappointed with her books, I don't know if she was putting out to many or what it was, but to me she had lost her edge. This is not the case with the one, I liked her characters and once i was half way through the book I could not put it down.

If you want a good, suspenseful read, this is it.