A beautiful television journalist comes to Washington to produce a TV series about Senator Abigail Jennings, slated for nomination as the first woman vice president. Horrifying facts and secrets turn up that threaten to destroy these women. A good Mary Higgins Clark read.
When investigative journalist Patricia Traymore is invited to Washington to make a special TV documentary on prospective Vice Presidential candidate Senator Abigail Jennings, she moves into her familys old home- the scene of a terrible tragedy when she was a child.In the course of her investigations some rather murky truths begin to emerge and she receives threatening letters, warning her to leave the past alone. As she continues to live in the house, old and horrifying memories begin to surface, forcing her to relive forgotten episodes from her childhood and revealing facts which threaten to affect her safety.I found this to be a very good, fast read which is gripping to the last pages.
Slipped under the door of her Georgetown home, the note was an ominous reminder of Pay's past. The beautiful young t.v. journalist had come to high-powered Washington to produce a TV series. her subject: Senator Abigail Jennings, slated for nomination as the 1st woman vice president of the U.S. I think this is one of Mary Higgins Clark's best literary efforts. A good read!
A warning note was passed under Pat Traymore's door, which was a reminder of her past. As a television journalist and TV series producer, she knew instantly it was a warning. Her series on Senator Abigail Jennings, who was nominated as the first woman vice president of the United States seemed to be the center of the warning. With the aid of an old friend who happens to be a congressman (Sam Kingsley), Pat searches for clues as to why Abigail's life had gone this route. But in the process, the Senator's reputation and Pat's career could be on the line.
STILLWATCH is a story that will keep you at the edge of your seat and entertained from the beginning until the end. Mary Higgins Clark is at the top of her writing game with this book. There are a lot of twists and turns throughout this book, that keeps you guessing at all times.
Slipped under the door of her Georgetown home, the note was an ominous reminder of Pat Traymore's past. The beautiful young television journalist has come to glamorous, high powered Washington to produce a TV series. Her subject Senator Abigail Jennings, slated for nomination as the first woman vice president of the United States. With the help of an old flame, Congressman Sam Kingsley, Pat delves into Abigail's life, only to turn up horrifying facts that threaten to destroy the senator's reputation and her career. Worse still, sinister connections to Pat's own childhood and the nightmare secrets hidden within it are surfacing- secrets waiting to destroy her.