Where Are the Children?

Where Are the Children?

Nancy Harmon long ago fled the heartbreak of her first marriage, the macabre deaths of her two little children, and the shocking charges against her. She changed her name, dyed her hair, and left California for the windswept peace of Cape Cod. Now remarried, she has two more beloved children, and the terrible pain has begun to heal -- until the morning when she looks in the backyard for her little boy and girl and finds only one red mitten. She knows that the nightmare is beginning again....

Title:Where Are the Children?
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781416507772

    Where Are the Children? Reviews

  • Luffy

    It's been too long since I read a book that I rated a 5 star rating. The plot thickens from the second chapter onward. The book is about plotting and characterization. There weren't too many 'big' wor...

  • Karin Slaughter

    If you look at this book in the context of its time, it's actually sort of shocking. The plot is really tightly wrought and the characters are strong and likable in a way that seems natural today, but...

  • Andralynn

    I think I've gotten pickier as I've gotten older. I devoured Mary Higgins Clark's novels when I was in junior high and high school. I loved being a little scared and trying to figure out who the kille...

  • Ariel

    Mary Higgins Clark based her first suspense novel on the real life case of Alice Crimmins. Alice was a beautiful young mother who dominated the news in 1965 when she was accused of murdering her two y...

  • Lesli

    Haven't read any of Mary Higgins Clark's books in quiet a while. After reading this one I realized again why I love her writing. Throughout the whole book I was trying to figure out who the kidnapper/...

  • Doris

    I came across this book when I was in high school. I borrowed it, read it and returned it the next day...I was horrified, chilled and appalled at the way the main female character was treated, but equ...

  • DeAnna Knippling

    Not my thing but very well done. Fast-paced, hard to put down. Not a deep character study. Not a mystery. But a...domestic thriller? I'm not sure what to call it. It moves as fast as a Patterson (and ...

  • Lisa (Harmonybites)

    The story involves an innocent woman, Nancy Harmon, who was at one point convicted of the murder of her two young children and sentenced to the gas chamber in California. Released on a technicality, t...

  • Kristin

    This book was horrible....

  • Kiki Lemke

    Where Are the Children was mysterious and disturbing with a plot that accelerated at the turn of every page. I could hardly put it down....