Death on the Cape and Other Stories

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Arrow, 1993 - Fiction - 214 pages
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An airline stewardess is entrusted with a list of names which could threaten the lives of her 700 passengers...

A young woman is tortured by terrifying nightmares, until she finds a gramophone record that unlocks the door concealing a dark memory...

Lottery-winner turned amateur detective, Alvirah Meehan returns from a trip to England to find the body of a Broadway starlet in their wardrobe...

Peopled by a colourful cast of characters and brimming over with bizarre twists and turns, this collection is further proof of Mary Higgins Clark's ingenious touch and superlative skill. Start reading - and you won't be able to stop.

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About the author (1993)

Mary Higgins Clark's first novel Where are the Children? was an instant bestseller. She lives in the United States and has five children and a host of grand-children.

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