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Silent Night Clark, Mary Higgins/ Beals, Jennifer (NRT) 1 of 1
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Format:  CD
ISBN-10: 0743583515
ISBN-13: 9780743583510
Sku: 211292169
Publish Date: 10/13/2009
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 5.75H x 5L x 0.75T
Pages:  1
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When her husband is diagnosed with leukemia, Catherine Dornan and their two young sons accompany him to New York, during the Christmas season, for a life-saving operation. Hoping to divert them from worry about their father, Catherine takes the boys to see some of the city''s Christmas Eve sights. When they stop to listen to a street musician, Brian, the younger boy, sees a woman find his mother''s wallet, which also holds a precious family memento he believes will save his father''s life. Unable to get his mother''s attention, Brian follows the woman into the city''s subways -- beginning a journey that will threaten his life and change that of his mother and of the woman as well.

Written with warmth, yet set against a background of menace and thrilling suspense, "Silent Night "sings with the spirit of the season, celebrating the mysteries of faith renewed and faith rewarded that we honor every holiday season.

While in New York for a lifesaving operation for her husband, Catherine Dornan takes their young sons to see the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center. Stopping to listen to a street musician, seven-year-old Brian sees a woman take his mother's wallet. The wallet holds his grandmother's St. Christopher medal--the medal that saved her husband's life in WWII and which Brian believes will save his father's life now. Unable to get his mother's attention, young Brian follows the thief into the city's subways--beginning a journey that will threaten his own life and forever change the lives of his mother and the thief.
Author Bio
Mary Higgins Clark
Mary Higgins Clark grew up in a Catholic household in the Bronx. Her life has been marked by several traumatic losses; her father, when she was 10, and later, her husband of 15 years. Left with five children to support, Clark turned to writing. She soon mastered the suspense novel, and won international acclaim as a recipient of the Grand Prix de Literature Policiere. Clark is active in literacy education as well as a number of historical and literary associations, including the American Irish Historical Society, the Mystery Writers of America, and the International Crime Writers Congress.


Detroit News
"Clark is a real pro, and one of the few writing today who knows how to construct a holiday-time story that's genuinely thrilling and suspenseful." - David Walton

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Product attributeeBooks:   Kobo
Product attributeBook Format / Audio CD - Abridged:   Audio CD - Abridged
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   1
Product attributePublisher:   Simon & Schuster Audio
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