International best-selling author of suspense Mary Higgins Clark delivers a poignant memoir about her life growing up in the Bronx and how the Depression affected her family. She shares the pain of losing her father and brother, and the joy of marrying the man who she secretly loved for years. In this moving tale, Clark reveals what experiences helped shape her novels and the importance writing has had on her life.
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by Mary Buffett, David Clark
by Mary Higgins Clark
"Suspense writer Mary Higgins Clark reads her own account of her Bronx upbringing, her development as an author, and her struggles to make ends meet as a single parent with five young children. She reads all of this warmly, at times letting her heartfelt emotions spill through. Throughout, she offers sincere and sound advice for building a life of meaning and carrying on in the face of hardship. Clark starts her reading stiffly, but quickly gets into a groove and even seems to enjoy the performance. She makes the perfect narrator for her own words, capturing their meaning and relishing almost every moment of her story. H.L.S. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"
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