Required Reading

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Friday, March 9, 2018

All Around the Town by Mary Higgins Clark


It has been a long time since I read one of Ms. Clark’s books.   This one was every bit as good as I remember.  It is an intricate mystery with psychological overtones.

Laurie is a precocious toddler who finds herself in an untenable situations.   Years later her mental well being is challenged by her childhood.   She has a compassionate and close sister who helps her through her difficulties.

The trouble with a mystery is avoiding including spoilers.   This is a good mystery with well developed characters and sufficient tension to want to turn to the next page.

I recommend.

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