Where are the Children?

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Pocket Books, 1992 - Fiction - 290 pages
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Nancy Harmon had fled the heartbreak of her first marriage, the macabre deaths of her two little children, the hostile front-page newspaper stories and the shocking charges against her. She changed her name, dyed her red hair sable brown, and left California for the wind-swept peace of Cape Cod. Now she was married again, had two more beautiful children, and the terrible pain had begun to heal...until the morning when she looked in the back yard for her little boy and girl, found only one red mitten, and knew that the nightmare was beginning again...

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User Review  - LorisBook - LibraryThing

This storyline is very gripping and extremely bold considering the time period it was first written. I believe I read it first about 30 years ago. Nancy Harmon's two children are dead. She is accused ... Read full review

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User Review  - Vicki E. - Overstock.com

I love her books she always has a good twist. This book starts out a little slow but is definitely worth finishing. It is a quick read and would be a good beach or vacation book. Read full review



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Mary Higgins Clark is the bestselling author of seventeen novels and three collections of short stories. Born and raised in New York City, she has served as president of Mystery Writers of America. She makes her home in Saddle River, New Jersey.

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