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INTRODUCTION GIVEN BY MARY HIGGINS CLARK
THE PERILS OF POND SCUM BY SALLY GUNNING
WIDOWER'S WALK BY JOSEPH HANSEN
ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE BY SARAH SHANKMAN
AFRAID OF THE DARK BY NANCY PICKARD
GO QUIETLY INTO THE DAY BY ELEANOR TAYLOR BLAND
SIBLING RIVALRY BY BRENDAN DUBOIS
THE HAGGARD SOCIETY BY EDWARD D. HOCH
SOMETHING BORROWED, SOMETHING BLACK BY LOREN D. ESTLEMAN
THE WITCH AND UNCLE HARRY BY ANGELA ZEMAN
DELTA DOUBLE BY NOREEN AYERS
Not the best anthology she has edited.
Six mystery stories by six different authors, edited by Mary Higgins Clark.
The Mystery Writers of America presents this anthology of 12 short stories performed by several readers. Stories vary from murder and crime to tangled affairs of the heart and home, each offering its own puzzle. Every reader in the series delivers a polished, performance with believable dialogue and impeccable timing. The order of presentation creates a logical flow of topic and treatment. The star of the show is Paula Parker's twice-jilted Southern belle who decides to take fate into her own hands in "All You Need is Love." Parker's mastery of the Georgia dialect and her grasp of her character come together in a funny, scary, and ultimately satisfying conclusion.