All Around The Town - Mary Higgins Clark

All Around The Town

By Mary Higgins Clark

  • Release Date: 2000-05-25
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 4.5
From 138 Ratings


Mary Higgins Clark, the Queen of Suspense, crafts a terrifying story of murder and obsession with "a slambam finish" (Los Angeles Times Book Review).
When Laurie Kenyon, a twenty-one-year-old student, is accused of murdering her English professor, she has no memory of the crime. Her fingerprints, however, are everywhere. When she asks her sister, attorney Sarah, to mount her defense, Sarah in turn brings in psychiatrist Justin Donnelly. Kidnapped at the age of four and victimized for two years, Laurie has developed astounding coping skills. Only when the unbearable memories of those lost years are released can the truth of the crime come out -- and only then can the final sadistic plan of her abductor, whose obsession is stronger than ever, be revealed.


  • All around the town

    By leonardb
    This is fun reading! not a mystery but rather a tale of a kidnapping and the trauma that follows! I couldn't sleep one night after reading the middle part of the tale!
  • A "Can't put it down!" kind of book.

    By Eileen K.
    The story hooks you on the first page. Make sure that you have the rest of the day to read because you won't be able to put the book down. You immediately find yourself enmeshed in the lives of the two Kenyon sisters. Mary Higgins Clark has one it again with a book that is fast paced and provocative. It leaves you wanting more.
  • One of my favorites with a doubt.

    By Hawk-Girl
    My mother gave me her copy on my 16 th birthday and now at age 21 understand why she loves your novels and your daughers. Thank you.
  • Addictive!

    By Idk&&Idc
    a great story!
  • My favorite one

    By Missybones
    Could not put it down'