A Cry In The Night
For a divorced mother of two, it was a fairy-tale romance?
When lovely Jenny MacPartland met the man of her dreams while working in a New York art gallery, she could hardly believe her luck. Artist Erich Krueger was handsome, sensitive, a painter whose exquisite landscapes were making him a virtual overnight success...
...As in all of Mary Higgins Clark's tales of horror, things soon begin to go slightly, then massively, awry....The plot appears to have been put together out of generous borrowings from many familiar sources, ''Psycho,'' ''Gaslight,'' ''Rebecca,'' ''Jane Eyre,'' among others....Suspense builds as the story sweeps rapidly along, and in spite of my sense of deja vu, I was kept guessing for far longer than I care to admit....While ''A Cry in the Night'' is not on a par with Mrs. Clark's previous efforts, it has its own virtues. It is a good harrowing tale by a master of horror fiction who seldom disappoints her readers. -- New York Times
Author: Clark, Mary Higgins.
- Publisher: Pocket Books
- Pages: 352
- Publication Date: 1993-12-01T00:00:01Z
- Edition: Reprint
- Binding: Mass Market Paperback
- MSRP: 9.99
- ISBN13: 9780671886660
- ISBN: 0671886665
- Other ISBN: 9780743206143
- Other ISBN Binding: print
- Language: en_US
- Quality Rating: 1
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