On the Street Where You Live by Mary Higgins Clark

The queen of suspense, Mary Higgins Clark launched onto the bestseller lists with her first thriller and has stayed on the top for decades.

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On the Street Where You Live by Mary Higgins Clark


  • Mass Market Paperback: 432 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.14 x 6.79 x 4.20
  • Publisher: Pocket Books; (April 2, 2002)
  • ISBN: 0671004530

    Reader Reviews
    Novel-reading for dummies..., October 5, 2003 Reviewer: A reader from santa fe, new mexico This is good reading for people who 1. are just learning to read English (no word is harder than "fascinating") 2. never met a cliche they didn't love 3. need to make a fire quickly, and need pulp 4. cannot read more than ten words in a sentence 5. wish Moby Dick had been a comic book so senior year could have been easier 6. are not easily nauseated 7. are writers and readers of good mystery fiction who want a good laugh (but don't expect your toleration level to go beyond the first few chapters - even a sense of humor cannot dispell the eventual gloom of plodding cynicism that arrives, suddenly, like a bloated, rotting corpse, which has nothing to do with the blandola plot). My God, can this person be making money from her enterprise? Yes, and lots of it. Because there are many word-challenged dummies who think that "Wow!" and "Oh, no!" and "Hi!" are the stuff of great writing. She has millions of boring minions. That, of course, is the reason we are forced to countenance her, smiling from ear-to-ear, in her white linen suit, gold jewelry and air-brushed, plastic face, posed in front of her large Victorian manse, on the front of every literary magazine (though you will never, of course, find her reviewed there). And that is why her junior-version daughter can also be found in those same Pepto Bismol-colored ads, where she and her MOM, like the novelist in "Loves and Lives of a She-Devil," are of one mind, which is to litter the sterile waiting rooms of dentists and plastic surgeons with their sterile stories. "She-Devil" is one of my favorite novels, I might add. Skip this crap and go directly to real literature, if you have any sense at all. Meanwhile, pass the Imodium.

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