Sunday, December 22, 2013

No Place Like Home / Mary Higgins Clark / 555 pages / USA Today Bestseller Challenge

Celia Foster Nolan, formerly Liza Barton, was the child the tabloids dubbed "Little Lizzie Borden."  She had been acquitted, not exonerated, of deliberately killing her mother and trying to kill her stepfather.  In reality she had been rescuing her mom from her stepfather.  Her second husband of six months, Alex Nolan, has just inadvertently gifted her with the scene of the crime home for her birthday.  When they move in, the home is vandalized and murders begin anew.  Who is responsible?  Once again, Mary Higgins Clark has written a work of suspense that keeps you on the edge of your seat, rooting for the heroine, and booing the bad guys!

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