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On the street where you live

Following a nasty divorce and the trauma of being stalked, criminal defense attorney Emily Graham leaves Albany to work in Manhattan.

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  • "Thriller. A journey into the uncharted territory of the criminal mind."
  • "A young woman lawyer is haunted by two murders that are closely linked - despite the 110 years that separate them."
  • "Fleeing a bad marriage and a vicious stalker, Emily Graham arrives in Spring Lake, where she has purchased a house owned by her ancestors. But a mystery awaits her there: back in the 1890s, three girls, including Emily's distant relative, Madeline, were murdered in a space of five years. Now there seems to be a copycat killer who is following the pattern established by the 1890s murderer. Two girls, Martha and Carla, have disappeared over the past four years, and their bodies have never been found. When the remains of Martha, along with those of Emily's ancestor, are found in Emily's backyard, the police begin to hunt for the copycat killer, while Emily tries to solve the 1890s mystery."
  • "Following a nasty divorce and the trauma of being stalked, criminal defense attorney Emily Graham leaves Albany to work in Manhattan."@en
  • "Following a nasty divorce, attorney Emily Graham buys her ancestral home, a Victorian house, in Spring Lake, New Jersey. The house was sold by Emily's ancestors in 1892 after a young girl disappeared. During renovations, the skeleton of a woman who disappeared a few years go is found. In her hand is the finger bone of another woman wearing a ring. Emily is determined to find a connection between the two deaths, but she becomes a threat to a seductive killer."
  • "Criminal defense attorney Emily Graham accepts an offer to leave Albany and work in a major law firm in Manhattan. Feeling a need for roots, she buys her ancestral home, a restored Victorian house in the historic New Jersey seasude town of Spring Lake. Her family had sold the house in 1892, after the disappearance of one of her forebears, Madeline Shapley, then still a young girl. While excavating the backyard for a pool, the skeleton of a young girl is found, and identified as Martha Lawrence, who had disappeared from Spring Lake over four years ago. In her skeletal hand is the finger bone of another woman with a ring still on it - a Shapley family heirloom! In seeking to find the link between her family's past and the recent murder, Emily becomes a threat to a devious and seductive Killer, who has chosen her as his next victim."
  • "Is a reincarnated serial killer at work in a New Jersey resort town more than a century after he first drew blood? That's the catchy premise that supports Clark's 24th book. In the 1890s, three young women in the upscale seaside village of Spring Lake died at the hands of an unidentified killer. In the present day, two young women have disappeared from town and their killer, whose first-person ruminations vein the third-person narrative, is preparing to strike again. His final target will be Emily Graham, an ambitious young attorney just moved to Spring Lake from upstate New York, where she'd been victimized by a stalker. Emily is a typical Clark heroine, bright and beautiful, and the friends she makes and suspects she meets in Spring Lake are her equal in stereotype, among them a former college president with a dread secret; a failed, aging restaurateur with a much younger wife; and a hunky real-estate agent. Emily's dream of a new start in the house once owned by her ancestor the first victim of the killer of yore sours when the body of a present-day victim is found buried on her land along with remains of her murdered ancestor. The dream curdles further when more bodies turn up and Emily's upstate stalker reappears. This is a plot-driven novel, with Clark's story mechanics at their peak of complexity, clever and tricky. There's some nifty interplay between past and present via diaries and old books, some modest suspense, and a few genuine surprises, including the identity of both the stalker and the killer. Clark's prose ambles as usual, but it takes readers where they want to go deep into an old-fashioned tale of a damsel in delicious distress. The first printing is one million; that, and Clark's popularity, will be enough to push this title to #1."@en
  • "Attorney Emily Graham investigates when the skeleton of a young woman is discovered in the back yard of Emily's ancestral home in Spring Lake, New Jersey. The woman held the finger bone of one of Emily's relatives, a girl who had disappeared one hundred years before."@en
  • "Following the breakup of her marriage and her pursuit by an obsessed stalker, criminal defense attourney Emily Graham accepts an offer to work in a major Manhattan law firm. Feeling a need for roots, she buys her ancestral home in New Jersey, which her family sold in 1892, after the disappearance of young Madeline Shapley one of Emily's forbears. Now, more than a century later, as the house is being renovated, the bones of a young woman are found in the backyard. She is identified is Martha Lawrence, who disappeared four years earlier. Cluched in Martha's skeletal hand is the finger bone of another woman with a ring still on it -- a Shapley family heirloom. When Emily investigates the link between her family's past and the recent murder, she provokes a devious and seductive killer, who selects her as his next victim."@en
  • "Feeling a need for stability after her divorce and pursuit by a stalker, criminal defense attorney Emily Graham accepts a job with a Manhattan law firm and buys the former family house in New Jersey. When the house is renovated, the corpse of a missing woman turns up along with evidence linked to a family disappearance in 1892."@en

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  • "Thriller fiction"
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  • "On The Street Where You Live / a novel of suspense"
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  • "On the street where you live / Mary Higgins Clark"
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  • "On the street where you live : a novel"@en
  • "On the Street where you live"

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