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Death on the Cape and Other Stories

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A collection of thrilling stories from the international bestselling author of psychological suspense.

An airline stewardess is entrusted with a list of names that could threaten the lives of her 700 passengers...

A young woman is tortured by terrifying nightmares, until she finds a gramophone record that unlocks the door concealing a dark memory...

Lotto-winner turned amateu
Paperback, 202 pages
Published 1993 by Arrow Books Ltd (Random House) (first published 1989)
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Julie Masson
Titre français : Le billet gagnant

Le billet gagnant et autres nouvelles

Sachant que l'on retorouve des personnage d'un autre roman de M. Higgins Clark, il aurait été préférable que je lise "Ne pleure pas ma belle" au préalable !
Jenalee Martinez
This was the first book that ever gave me the idea that I too could write a book. I read where Mary Higgins Clark soon became a single mom and started writing to support her family. I would love to do the same.

I listened to Death on the Cape on audiotape. In the story, Alvirah Meehan and her husband go to Cape Cod for a vacation. Never one to sit idle, Alvirah happens to notice the arrival of a young girl who is renting the cottage next to theirs. Being a very neighborly type, Alvirah goes over to meet her and is a little surprised when she is told that she wants to keep to herself. After some thinking Alvirah realizes that this woman is using a pseudonym and is really Cynthia Latham who has just bee
Harini Padmanabhan
I like Mary Higgins Clark and though id never rate her as high as Christie, I really enjoy every chance I get to read her books. She's the one that breaks my not reading phase usually. This was a decent short story collection. Not the best I've read and not a Poirot collection but a very engaging one.
I did not expect the Alvirah Meehan ones in it as I had already read it in the lottery winner. I hate it when the sneak the news ones in with the old. This book has boosted my confidence that I can
i liked the stories, although i don;t know why the alvirah meehan stories where there too, i already read them in "the lottery winner".
These were not as good as many of her other books. They weren't helped by a very wooden sounding narrator, that made them sound boring.
Jul 16, 2012 Marta! rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Beach!
Un conjunto de breves relatos. Historias que se resuelven en diez páginas. Algo ligero y rápido para el verano.
Short stories by Mary Higgins Clark. Some a bit dated and some common themes but still interesting.
Un recueil de nouvelles sans grand intérêt.
Did not like this one.
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Mary Higgins Clark, #1 international and New York Times bestselling author, is the author of 46 books and counting: she’s written thirty-three suspense novels; three collections of short stories; a historical novel, Mount Vernon Love Story; two children’s books, including The Magical Christmas Horse; and a memoir, Kitchen Privileges. She has also written five holiday suspense novels with Carol Hig ...more
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