Alafair Burke, Mary Higgins Clark Team UpRead More Buy. A stunning domestic thriller in which a woman must make the impossible choice between defending her husband and saving herself. Twenty years ago she ruined his life. Now she has the chance to save it. A woman agrees to help an old boyfriend who has been framed for murder but begins to suspect that she is the one being manipulated. Manhattan journalist McKenna Jordan is chasing the story of an unidentified woman who pulled a teenaged boy from the subway tracks.
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Please Note: Items in our extended range may take longer to deliver. Delivery in Days. See our Delivery Charges section below for a full breakdown of shipping costs for all destinations. Books Fiction Crime Fiction. You don't own me by Mary Higgins Clark 06 November Category: Crime Fiction. Mary Higgins Clark published her first suspense thriller in , and has been writing ever since.
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Mary Higgins Clark has thrilled readers for years with her psychological suspense novels. Called the "Queen of Suspense," all of Clark's books are fast and enjoyable reads that will make your mind race.
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Each of her 51 books has been a bestseller in the United States and various European countries , and all of her novels remained in print as of [update] , with her debut suspense novel, Where Are the Children , in its seventy-fifth printing. Higgins Clark began writing at an early age. After several years working as a secretary and copy editor , she spent a year as a stewardess for Pan-American Airlines before leaving her job to marry and start a family. She supplemented the family's income by writing short stories. After her husband died in , Higgins Clark worked for many years writing four-minute radio scripts until her agent persuaded her to try writing novels. Her suspense novels became very popular, and as of [update] her books had sold more than 80 million copies in the United States alone.