Tuesday, July 11, 2006


TWO LITTLE GIRLS IN BLUE
by Mary Higgins Clark

Mary Higgins Clark uses the mystery of twin telepathy as the subject of her latest novel.

Twin 3 year old girls Kelly and Kathy are kidnapped, and a large ransom is demanded. The leader behind the kidnapping promises that once they receive the ransom, the girls will be returned safely. However, he does not anticipate the actions of one of his accomplices. After the ransom is paid, only one twin is returned and one is kept by one of the kidnappers.

As the FBI and state troopers work to find the missing twin, they become aware that the twins can communicate with each other when apart.

Too much information about a mystery is not a good thing in a review, so the remaining story
will remain untold. Mary Higgins Clark turns out bestsellers quickly and they sometimes disappoint, but the phenomemon of twin telepathy make this book interesting and worth reading.

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