2006: #41 – All Through the Night (Mary Higgins Clark)

All Through the Night Book Cover All Through the Night
Mary Higgins Clark
Suspense Fiction
Simon and Schuster
October 1, 1999

The Queen of Suspense arrives with a special tale for the holidays, featuring the return of two of her best-loved characters. A baby left in a rectory on Christmas Eve, a furtive burglar, and an accidental kidnapping fifteen years in the past leave a mystery to be solved amid the snows and lights of a New York City December. Former cleaning lady and amateur sleuth Alvirah Meehan, with oft-befuddled but always trustworthy mate Willy, return to the pages after appearances in the bestsellers Weep No More, My Lady and The Lottery Winner. Favorite characters, a seasonal tale and another Clark classic promise a triple-decker hit!

Book #41 was All Through the Night , by Mary Higgins Clark.

Eh. It was alright. It’s obviously just meant to be a short little Christmas tale. I’ve read much better from Mary Higgins Clark. But, I wanted something short, and that’s what I got!

Book count: 41
Pages in book: 206
Page count: 15,949
Words in book: 34,416

Word count: 4,550,033

1,000,000 words surpassed — 2/2/06
2,000,000 words surpassed —
10,000 pages surpassed — 3/10/06
3,000,000 words surpassed — 3/16/06
4,000,000 words surpassed — 4/3/06