Topping her best-selling success with Alvirah and Willy, in The Lottery Winner, America's queen of suspense introduces a new sleuthing couple, Henry and Sunday, an ex-president and his young congresswoman bride.
Henry Parker Britland IV is wealthy and worldly - a beloved former president who, still youthful, is enjoying early retirement. His new wife, Sunday, is beautiful, smart and 17 years younger than he, and has just been elected to Congress in a stunning upset victory that has made her the darling of the media.
Henry and Sunday make a formidable team of sleuths - and never more so than when they set out to solve crimes occurring among their friends in political high society.
When Henry's former secretary of state is indicted for the murder of his mistress, Henry and Sunday suspect he is taking the fall for a crime of passion he did not commit. But why?
With cases ranging from a crime on the presidential yacht to a kidnapping that brings Henry back to the White House as he races against time to unravel the plot, there is never a dull moment for the ex-president and his bride - or the listener.
With her wit and gift for characterization, the creator of the popular Alvirah and Willy stories brings us another marvelously endearing sleuthing duo, destined to return again and again.
©2003 Mary Higgins Clark (P)2009 Simon & Schuster Audio
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"Not her best work"
I was disappointed with this book. It was alright but definitely not her best work.
"Not her best book"
I really struggled getting through this obe, which is not the norm. Mary Higgins Clark is definitely still my favorite but 'My Gal Sunday' fell below the mark, in my opinion.
This was so bad...I could not even finish it. The characters were lame and not interesting and the story line hard to follow. The narrator is by far not my favorite. Only the second time I have written a negative review for MHC.
The narrator. She read it like a Mexican Novela in English. I didn't like listening to the whining in the voice.
Yes. It's a really good book and would sound like the thriller it is if it was done on the big screen with actors.
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