Number one best-selling author Mary Higgins Clark has sold over 100 million copies of her books in the U.S. alone. Known worldwide as the Queen of Suspense and an oft-imitated living legend among mystery writers, Clark delivers suspense novels as only she can. A tautly paced page-turner, I'll Walk Alone will be eagerly devoured by Clark's many fans. "Mary Higgins Clark is a master plotter, seeding with crimes, clues, and psychopathic quirks that pay off."-New York Times Book Review
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by Mary Higgins Clark
"Interior designer Zan Moreland is shocked to discover that someone has stolen her identity. But this isn't a simple case of stolen credit cards--the imposter is appearing around town dressing and acting just like Zan. The stakes are raised when a priest at Zan's church is brutally murdered after the look-alike attends confession. Jan Maxwell's narration skillfully highlights Zan's panic and horror when photographs surface suggesting that she herself kidnapped her son, who disappeared five years earlier. Maxwell's soft speaking voice is a perfect match for Zan and her conflicted imposter but lacks the hard- edged authenticity needed for the book's violent characters. Maxwell's narration is paced on the slow side, a choice that is not the wisest for a mystery with breakneck action. J.T. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"
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