One of my favorite mystery authors is Mary Higgins Clark, as well as her daughter, Carol Higgins Clark. I actually have MHC's newest book to review but haven't yet (you should see my TBR piles, they are insane ...), and I've loved all her past mystery novels.
Mill Creek Entertainment is now selling a collection of five movies based on Mary Higgins Clark novels, and I can't wait to watch them.
The films include:
WHERE ARE THE CHILDREN? (1986)
Jill Clayburgh, Max Gail
Nancy Eldridge (Clayburgh) is a young mother faced with the nightmarish disappearance of her children. After being wrongly convicted of murdering her son and daughter from a previous marriage, Nancy’s new life is once again torn apart when her second family vanishes.
THE CRADLE WILL FALL (2004)
Angie Everhart, John Ralston
Prosecutor Katie De Maio (Everhart) is investigating the suicide of a pregnant woman who used the same clinic as her. When it begins to look like murder instead, the suspects become themselves become victims and Katie fears a serial killer is on the loose and she is the next "patient."
LUCKY DAY (2002)
Amanda Donohue, Karen LeBlanc
After winning the lottery, Bill Regan is killed. His best friend, Nora, investigates Bill's last few hours prior to his murder. Plot twists and numerous suspects abound in this engaging mystery as she retraces Bill's path the day that he vanished.
LOVES MUSIC, LOVES TO DANCE (2001)
Patsy Kensit, Dean McDermott
A talk show producer faces her own guilt when she discovers that her best friend was murdered after answering an online personal ad. Against the wishes of Detective D'Salva, she begins a treacherous dating game, drawing the killer's sights to her.
ALL AROUND THE TOWN (2002)
Nastassja Kinski, Andrea Roth
Kidnapped as a child, 21-year old Laurie is now accused of murdering her popular English professor. While Laurie's family sets out to prove that she suffers from multiple personality syndrome, the professor's wife (Kinski) is left alone to avenge her husband's death.
I believe I've read all five of the novels that these films are based on, too, so when I have time, I'm going to watch all five of them.
The DVD(s) is only $11.23 right now over on Mill Creek's website, too ... that's only about $2.25 per movie! Great deal.
Enter via the widget below. One of my lucky readers will receive the Mary Higgins Clark 5 Movie Collection.
Giveaway will end on Monday, January 25th, at 11:59pm EST, and winner will be contacted the next day via email, and have 24 hours to respond, or an alternate winner will be chosen.
U.S. residents only, please.
Mary Higgins Clark 5 Movies Collection