Mary Higgins Clark, Two Christmas Novels

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Weight .452 kg
Dimensions 15 × 2 × 19.5 cm
Author Name

Mary Higgins Clark

Binding

Hard Cover

Condition

New

ISBN

0-7432-4691-8

Page Number

303

Publisher

Simon & Schuster

Title

Mary Higgins Clark: Two Christmas Novels. Silent Night and All Through the Night

Year Published

1998

Size

15x2x19.5

Weight

452 Grams

In Silent Night, Brian, a seven-year-old boy, is in New York City at Christmas with his mother and ten-year-old brother to visit his father, critically ill in the hospital. They plan to give him a St. Christopher medal, in the belief that it will make him well. When Brian sees a woman steal his mother’s wallet, with the medal in it, he embarks on a dangerous journey that changes the life of his mother and that of the thief.

With All Through the Night, two of Mary Higgins Clark’s most endearing characters – Alvirah, the Lottery winner turned amateur sleuth, and her husband, Willy – are caught up in a Christmas mystery that begins when a young mother leaves her newborn child on the doorstep of a church rectory on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, and continues with the theft of a precious chalice from the church. It is a captivating tale of false identities and old wrongs made right, as well as a mystery that calls for all of Alvirah’s deductive powers and Willy’s world-class common sense.

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