Mary Higgins Clark's A Stranger Is Watching PDF

By Mary Higgins Clark

ISBN-10: 0671741209

ISBN-13: 9780671741204

Ronald Thompson understands he by no means killed Nina Peterson... but in days the nation of Connecticut will take his existence, having stumbled on him to blame through due means of legislations. yet Thompson's loss of life won't cease the soreness and anger of Nina's husband, Steve. Thompson's demise won't nonetheless the fears of Nna's six-year-old son, Neil, witness to his mother's brutal slaying. no longer even the affection and friendship of Sharon Martin, a journalist who's slowly changing into part of their international, will ever erase their sour thoughts. simply time, might be, will heal their wounds. yet within the shadows a stranger waits, a crafty psychopath who has killed prior to, who has unfinished company on the Peterson home...

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They don’t make pictures like that any more, she thought. She absolutely didn’t want to see the sequel to Gone With the Wind. It would just have to be a letdown. She got to her feet reluctantly. Time to come to earth. Her pleasant, frecklespattered face slipped back into worried lines as she walked up the carpeted, sloping floor to the back of the theater. Every one of the kids needed new clothes. Oh well, at least Jim had agreed that she could take the housekeeping job. He’d arranged to get a ride to the plant so she could use the car.

She emerged from the warmth of the theater into the biting cold of the raw March evening. Shivering, she turned right and began walking briskly. Tiny pellets of sleet mixed with snow bit at her face and she huddled into the worn fur collar of her coat. The car was in the parking lot behind the theater. Thank God they’d decided to spend the money and have it fixed. It was eight years old but the body still looked all right, and as Jim said, better to spend the four hundred dollars to get it shipshape than use the same money to buy another man’s troubles.

Steve, find us, help us . . She was being pushed toward the left. “We’re going down there . . not so fast . ” Track 112. ” A train must have just left. Why would he go there? To the left of the ramp leading down to the tracks Sharon saw a shabby old woman carrying a shopping bag. She was bundled in a man’s jacket over a ragged woolen skirt. Thick cotton stockings drooped on her legs. The woman was staring at her. Did she realize something was wrong? “Keep moving . ” They were going down the ramp on the 112 platform.

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