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Circus Day: A Novel of Suspense

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Mystery Writers of America Presents:

A mother and her children are taken hostage.

Kate Armstrong pays little attention to the news about a fatal holdup in a local bank. Her mind is on Ted's trip to Chicago with a beautiful co-worker. She can't know how soon the crime will affect her.

Kate and her children are just leaving a circus day gala at the shopping mall when they are

Unknown Binding, 209 pages
Published January 1st 1986 by Dodd Mead
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Dec 22, 2012 Nattie rated it liked it
Circus day is good, no doubt, but I am so fed up with annoying characters nearly ruining my book-reading experience. Kate Armstrong is like a line of ants crawling up your leg while you're eating a rather tasty corned beef sandwich at a picnic; she just sorta makes you want to throw the thing and pack it in.
Kate Armstrong is both a worrier and a nag. It's no wonder Ted couldn't wait to get away on his trip to Chicago. Let me tell you, Ted was just this close to being as bothersome as Kate.

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Caroline Crane spent her early years in the suburb of Croton-on-Hudson, New York. There, as a stage-struck teenager, she began her writing career, penning plays that she would produce, direct, and star in along with her siblings and friends. After receiving a college degree in drama, Caroline headed for New York City and the professional theater. From a basement apartment in Greenwich Village she ...more
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