‘Daddy’s Gone A Hunting’ Reminds Us Why Mary Higgins Clark is the Queen of Suspense [REVIEW]

Firemen hosing down a fire

When a furniture factory burns to the ground, everyone seems to be a suspect in Mary Higgins Clark’s Daddy’s Gone A Hunting. (Photo courtesy Canva)

When a blaze wipes out a furniture business, investigators try to figure out who is to blame. Is it the owner’s daughter? An embittered former employee? A homeless veteran? Or perhaps the owner himself? There’s no shortage of suspects in Mary Higgins Clark’s Daddy’s Gone A Hunting. But which one of them actually did it? Find out in this riveting whodunnit from the Queen of Suspense! Read more of this post

Elly Griffiths’ ‘The Woman in Blue’ Is Profoundly Entertaining [REVIEW]

The Church of St. Peter in Walsingham

Medieval Walsingham is the perfect backdrop for an ominous story filled with murder, mayhem and thinly-veiled threats. (Photo by Spencer Means, Flickr)

Elly Griffith’s latest Dr. Ruth Galloway novel, The Woman in Blue, unfolds like a deadly, mysterious flower in the medieval village of Walsingham. With haunting, elegant prose, readers are lured into a story populated by quirky characters, an intriguing landscape, and an impossible whodunit that will keep them guessing.  Read more of this post

Mary Higgins Clark’s ‘Death Wears A Beauty Mask And Other Stories’ Is Brilliantly Written [REVIEW]

Woman's hand on floor

Sometimes high fashion can be murder.
(Photo courtesy Wimena Kane, Flickr)

In Mary Higgins Clark’s latest collection, Death Wears A Beauty Mask and Other Stories, the queen of suspense has published ten smartly written pieces of fiction, including the never-before-published title novella which she began writing in 1972, but only recently finished.  Read more of this post

‘The Cinderella Murder’ Reveals Who Has The Missing Shoe [REVIEW]

Mary Higgins Clark

Mary Higgins Clark (Photo by Bernard Vidal)

I have not read a book by Mary Higgins Clark in quite some time. So I really didn’t know what to expect when reading The Cinderella Murder. However, I did enjoy Clark’s latest for its methodical plotting. Read more of this post