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I'll Walk Alone: A Novel Mass Market Paperback – March 20, 2012
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Intrusion: A Novel
A loving couple, grieving the loss of their son, finds their marriage in free fall when a beautiful, long-lost acquaintance inserts herself into their lives. Learn More
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“One of Mary Higgins Clark’s most suspenseful books. Fans and newcomers alike will find themselves staying up all night to find out what happens next.”
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Two years later and Zan is dreading Matthew's upcoming fifth birthday, yet another year she will have to mark his absence from her life. But then something happens that gives Zan hope that Matthew is still alive, coupled with the choking torment of false accusation.
A surveillance video surfaces of that awful day in Central Park, the day Matthew was taken. Except Zan appears in the grainy footage - or someone who looks like Zan - and she is seen taking Matthew from his stroller.
Shortly after this video surfaces, Zan's accounts are drained and her identity stolen.
Suddenly the grieving mother becomes the number one suspect in a two-year old cold case. Zan's friends think she killed Matthew and nobody believes that a doppelganger is out to wreck her life.
But is this identity theft, or is someone out there intent on stealing Zan's entire life?
`I'll Walk Alone' is the latest suspense thriller from Mary Higgins Clark.
If you can believe it, this is actually my first ever Higgins Clark read. Of course I have heard a lot about her, and even watched a few telemovie adaptations of her novels. But `I'll Walk Alone' is the first novel of hers I've read, and I've got to say it's about time.Read more ›
This latest book does require some suspension of disbelief, as details/evidence seem to appear miraculously and the characters are composites of every other Irish Catholic character she's created...but we know that going into it. Clark has never claimed to be Tolstoy. Her books are light, somewhat eerie, and mostly a lot of fun.
Unlike other reviewers I had no idea whodunnit in I'LL WALK ALONE. After I finished reading it last night I felt slightly ripped off because there is NO WAY the person who did it would really do it. That just added to the fun of the whole reading experience. This book was pure escapism for me and I LOVED every minute of it. I am kind of sad that I finished reading it so quickly because now I know it will be another year before I get to read a new one by her. It also means I'll be another year older. A far cry from the 12-year-old who was held rapt by WHERE ARE THE CHILDREN at Lake Lacey all those years ago.
The writing is SO bad, facts don't match, the plot is obvious, the main character is insipid, and I abhor learning the story's history through eavesdropping on the character's own thoughts - expressed in the first person, no less. What???! People don't think like that - telling themselves the whole story of a past event, in excruciating detail, while sitting around alone in their bathrobe!
Completely, totally unbelievable.
Zan's assistant finds charges for clothes that, although they were her size, Zan did not purchase. Department stores include sizes on their credit card statements now?
Zan picks up two news magazines and ONE of them has a story about the kidnapping. Two pages later she is sure that someone has seen THOSE articles in those magazines.
Where is the editor?????
I honestly think there is a "ghost writer" involved here - and one who flunked freshman English to boot.
I would give this book no stars if that were possible.
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Very entertaining. After purchasing I realized I had read it some years ago, nevertheless I enjoyed the second readingPublished 9 days ago by Maria Elena Ramirez
Great book. Nice to read a modern book that is not filled with trashy sex and violence.Published 11 days ago by southernoregongal
Typical Mary Higgins Clark writing, you think you know who did it and then she hits you with a twist.Published 28 days ago by Kindle Customer
I really liked this book. It definitely kept my interest. I was concerned for Zan, and for Matthew, and for her career. Read morePublished 1 month ago by D Wallace
It kept you wondering what was going to happen next to Ms. Moreland. She was so strong and wouldn't give up. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paul Behrndt
Zan Moreland's son was kidnapped two years ago, and she mourns his loss every day. Every day, she works as an interior designer, saving her money for the private investigators she... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sandra