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From beloved storytellers Mary Higgins Clark America's ueen of Suspense and her daughter bestselling author Carol Higgins Clark two favorite suspense novels filled with holiday cheer Deck the Halls first published in 2000 was the mother daughter duo's first collaborative effort a brilliant story of high stakes intrigue and detection played out against a holiday setting Christmas is only three days away when Regan Reilly the dynamic young sleuth featured in the novels of Carol Higgins Clark accidentally meets Alvirah Meehan Mary Higgins Clark's sharp witted lottery winner turned amateur sleuth at a New Jersey dentist's office When a call comes through on Regan's cell phone notifying her that her father and his driver Rosita Gonzalez are being held for 1000000 ransom Alvirah insists that Regan a Pulled this off a shelf in my house on Christmas Eve to read something Christmassy since I hadn't had a chance to do so yet; didn't read the book jacket to see what it was about Needless to say Christmas and crime aren't things I generally attribute with one anotherNormally I'm not the biggest fan of stories with multiple groupings of characters where their individual storylines meet together at the end but didn't mind it here

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Deck the HallsThe Christmas Thief Two Holiday NovelsLlow her to lend a hand in gaining their release Complicating the situation is the fact that Regan's mother the famous mystery writer Nora Regan Reilly has just been hospitalized with a broken leg and a brutal winter storm is bearing down on them all Regan must comfort her mother while trying to meet the harsh demands of her father's kidnappers who are not just rank amateurs but also laughably inept making them all the dangerous and unpredictableIn The Christmas Thief 2004 Alvirah and Regan team up again to investigate another kind of kidnapping When an eighty foot blue spruce is chosen to spend the holidays as Rockefeller Center's famous Christmas tree the folks who picked the tree have no idea that attached to one of its branches is a flask chock full of priceless diamonds that Packy Noonan I liked Deck the Halls uite a bit because the characters had to use their wits and be subtle I thought it was interesting that it was in a collaboration volume that Carol's main character Regan meets her future spouse The Christmas Thief was interesting but not as witty as Deck the Halls Things just kind of train wreck worked out

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ePub ç mobi Deck the HallsThe Christmas Thief Two Holiday Novels ñ 9781439175675 ´ Mary Higgins Clark ´ [Reading] ➺ Deck the HallsThe Christmas Thief Two Holiday Novels By Mary Higgins Clark – Gwairsoft.co.uk From beloved storytellers Mary HigginA scam artist just released from prison had hidden there over twelve years ago When an excited Packy breaks his parole and heads to Stowe Vermont to reclaim his loot he discovers that his special tree will be heading to New York City the next morning so he and his bumbling crew have to act fast Meanwhile Alvirah Meehan and Regan Reilly happen to be on a weekend trip to Stowe with their families when they learn that the tree and Alvirah's friend Opal who won the lottery but lost all her winnings in Packy's scam has gone missingWith two novels filled with twists and turns intrigue and danger as well as a hearty dose of good cheer Mary Higgins Clark and Carol Higgins Clark offer stories that are as breathlessly suspenseful as they are heartwarming Christmas classics for many holiday seasons to co This book was a gift so I decided to enjoy a little mystery read It was truly light reading but not really the kind of suspenseful mystery I had heard Mary Higgins Clark was famous for The reader knows who did the crime from the beginning but is watching the characters solve the mystery I didn't actually read the 2nd story because I have pressing things on my reading list