5/5, AUTHOR, Book Review, C, Fiction, Read in 2008

Two Little Girls in Blue by Mary Higgins Clark

Two Little Girls in Blue
by Mary Higgins Clark
Copyright: 2006
Pages: 390
Rating: 5/5
Read: Jan. 10-11, 2008
Challenges: What’s in a Name (Color category); Numbers Challenge; Triple Eight Challenge,
From my TBR Shelf category
First Line: “Hold on a minute, Rob, I think one of the twins is crying. Let me call you back.”
Margaret and Steve Frawley’s three year old twin daughters, Kelly and Kathy, have been kidnapped from their own room, their babysitter knocked unconscious. When the ransom note comes in for eight million dollars, the money is put up by Steve’s employers. Unfortunately, only Kelly comes home safely. But when Kelly begins to voice concern that Kathy is not dead, as was widely assumed, Margaret goes frantic trying to bring Kathy home safely.
I loved this book! It was great!!! The twists and turns were wonderful. I love reading Mary Higgins Clark … she never disappoints! This book read rather quickly and was enjoyable. Another A+ effort by MHC!

2 thoughts on “Two Little Girls in Blue by Mary Higgins Clark”

  1. I’ve never read anything by Mary Higgins Clark. Would this be a good one to start with, or do you have another favorite?

  2. I haven’t read this one of hers yet. Normally, I absolutely love her books! But the last one I read, Before I Say Goodbye, just didn’t thrill me like they normally do. This one sound great though…thanks for the review!

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