A Stranger is Watching by Mary Higgins Clark

June 13, 2009 by  

astrangeriswatchingWarning. Give yourself plenty of time, this is not a book you will be able to put down!

Two years ago, magazine editor Steve Peterson lost his wife Nina to a vicious killer. Now he’s trying to rebuild his life; providing for his troubled son, Neil, and allowing romance to blossom with journalist Sharon Martin.

In two days time, Ronald Thompson is to be put to death for the murder and Sharon believes she may be able to help the family move on. But there’s a problem – they’re executing the wrong man.

For the real murderer is still at large. A cunning psychopath who has been patient, very patient – but who can be patient no more. And as he sits, and waits, and watches, a terrible plan is forming.

Other people who have read this book have this to say:

“This is one of those books you don’t want to put down – it flows from beginning to end with the ubiquitous twists and turns… A wonderful read!”

“This is a very good book. I felt like I was sitting on the edge of my seat, watching a movie. The entire book takes place in two days, and are they ever exciting. You get to see the killers perspective as well as that of the victims. You will be keeping track of the minutes. This is a fun read.”

“Yet another Mary Higgins Clark book that I just couldn’t put down! Steve thinks that the nightmare is over when a man is sentenced to death for his wife’s murder, but is an innocent man about to die? When Steve’s son and girlfriend disappear it seems that someone knows his every move. The plot then becomes a fast-paced, exciting rollercoaster ride with time quickly running out. Will the innocent live to tell the tale? Read it and see, I guarantee you won’t be disappointed!”


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