TWO LITTLE GIRLS IN BLUE by Mary Higgins Clark
BOOK REVIEW: Intricate and compelling. This is the first Mary Higgins Clark that I’ve read and I’ve found her to be a skilled story crafter. The subjects of kidnapping and the special bond between twins are covered in a very thoughtful, human manner. The genuineness of the events portrayed and the ensemble cast of characters involved is what grips the reader, rather than sensationalism. I was pleasantly surprised to find more twists and turns than I’d expected from the book synopsis. Stylistically though, I did find the way Clark informed the reader of the characters thoughts a bit clunky and the point laboured a little. This novel has a powerful storyline and on that basis it is a definite success.
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