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The highly anticipated follow-up to the Queen of Suspense''s iconic bestseller, Where Are the Children?.THEY THOUGHT IT COULDNT HAPPEN AGAIN. THEY WERE WRONG. A lawyer turned successful podcaster, Missy has worked hard to put the past behind her. More than four decades ago, her mother, Nancy Harmon, was convicted of the murder of her first two children and released on a technicality. Shunned by her family and the media, she was building a new life for herself in Cape Cod when her children from a second marriage, Missy and her brother Mike, vanished too. Once again the prime suspect, this time Nancy was able to confront the secrets buried in her past and rescue her kids from a dangerous predator. But Nancys past has a long reach. Missy has recently married a man whose first wife died tragically, leaving him and their young daughter, Riley, behind. While Missy and her brother Mike help their mother relocate from Cape Cod to the equally idyllic Hamptons, Missys new stepdaughter goes missing. As history chillingly repeats itself, Missy and Mike must draw on memories of their own abduction as they race to find Riley and save her from the same trauma they experienced or something much worse . . . Just like the original, Where Are the Children Now? will keep you holding your breath until the very last page. PRAISE FOR MARY HIGGINS CLARK: I adore Mary Higgins Clark KARIN SLAUGHTER Clark plays out her story like the pro that she is . . . flawless DAILY MIRROR The Queen of Suspense is renowned for her fast-moving prose and dazzling plot twists GOOD BOOK GUIDE Mary Higgins Clarks awesome gift for storytelling has always been the secret of her strength as a suspense novelist NEW YORK TIMES Teeming with tantalizing twists, Clarks cracking tale . . . is a tempting and thought-provoking thriller BOOKLIST Theres something special about Clarks thrillers . . . the compassion she extends to her characters PUBLISHERS WEEKLY Should come with a warning: start in the evening and youll be reading late into the night USA TODAY

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    Mary Higgins Clark

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  • Nombre de pages

    288 Pages

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    210 g

  • Support principal

    Grand format

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Mary Higgins Clark

D'abord secrétaire puis hôtesse de l'air, ce n'est qu'au décès de son mari que Mary Higgins Clark se lance dans la rédaction de scripts pour la radio. Son premier ouvrage est une biographie de George Washington. Elle décide ensuite d'écrire un roman à suspense, La Maison du guet, son premier best-seller. Encouragée par ce succès, elle continue à écrire tout en s'occupant de ses enfants. En 1980, elle reçoit le Grand prix de littérature policière pour La Nuit du renard. Mary Higgins Clark a écrit alors un roman par an, toujours accueilli avec le même succès par le public. Mary Higgins Clark est morte le 31 janvier 2020 à 92 ans.