Written By: Mary Higgins Clark

Narrated By: Jan Maxwell

Date: April 2004

Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes


From the 'Queen of Suspense,' Mary Higgins Clark, comes a riveting tale of suspense, secrets, and revenge.

Historian Jean Sheridan returns to Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York, excited about her twenty-year high-school reunion at Stonecroft Academy. But a dear friend of hers soon becomes the fifth woman in the class to meet a sudden, mysterious end. Then Jean receives a taunting fax about a child she gave up for adoption, whose existence she had kept a secret but whose life may now be in danger. For present at the reunion is The Owl, a murderer on a mission of vengeance against women who once humiliated him...and Jean is his final intended victim.


  • Sandra Dragisic

    Good mystery! I enjoyed this, and it had quite a twist at the end!

  • Anonymous

    Good book. Author and reader made a good team. The story well written and read.

  • Ncrnation

    If you want a good Mary Higgins Clark go for While my Pretty one Sleeps, Weep No More My Lady or Cry in the Dark. Those are her best. Nighttime was just corny and not all that exciting. However, loads better than anything her daughter's ever written!

  • Anonymous

    Frankly I'm surprised this book received so many good reviews. The story line was okay, but most of the dialog was repetitive (like the reader is not capable of keeping characters straight). It was just too schmaltzy and predictable for me.

  • June Frost

    This book was a good listen. Typical Clark style that keeps you guessing until the last page. If you are looking for deep, significantly intelligent information, this is not the book for you. Instead, if you are looking for a fun, easy listening book to take your mind off drive time, this is it.

  • Connie Rutter

    Jan Maxwell is the narrator of this book and did a great job in my opinion. This book takes place in a town outside WestPoint and while there is not much description of the surrounding areas that is okay. I enjoyed this book by Mary Higgins Clark very much. I have not read a lot by this author, but I probably will in the future. Her characters are very nicely described and I could see them as I was listening to the book. I didn’t guess who the murderer was in this book as everyone seemed suspicious and appeared to have a motive. I liked this book too, because it did have a happy ending and all the loose ends were tied up. The only thing that I didn't care for, was there were too many characters and it was hard to keep them all straight in the audio version. I don't think it would have been as difficult if I would have read in print.

  • Kay

    Mary Higgins Clark has always been a favorite of mine and this book proved to be just as great. It was a very attention holding read. I would recommend it to everyone!

  • Anonymous

    Enjoyed listening to the book. The story teller is very good.

  • Terry Hadley

    This audio book kept me in suspense throughout. I was never bored with any of it. Highly recommend this audio book.

  • Anonymous

    Great story, almost too many characters to keep track of

  • Anonymous

    Keeps you guessing! Well read.Likeable characters. Enjoyed

  • R. M. Jessie

    Enjoyed the book. It wasn't predictable and the reader is good. Looking forward to listening to the next set and hearing how it ends.

  • Kimra

    I enjoyed the book but I had trouble keeping up with all of the characters. I didn't guess who done it! Even when I found out who the bad guy was I wanted to go back and listen to pick up on hints that it was him.

  • Joanna Michaels

    Mary Higgins Clark fans will undoubtedly enjoy this cd.

  • Anonymous

    A well-written plot with plenty of characters to keep the mystery interesting. Mary Higgins Clark throws in lots of red herrings so you do not know "whodunit" until the end. It was a pleasure to listen to this book. The narrator was top notch. I recommend it to anyone who likes a good mystery.

  • Anonymous

    I found this book to follow the usual rivetting style of Mary Higgins Clark.

  • Anonymous

    Put this on your bookshelf - you won't regret it! This is a fast-moving, suspenseful story, that is made even better by a narrator that can "believably" alter her voice to suit the different characters.

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