Two Little Girls in Blue

Two Little Girls in Blue

—2.5— 

Mary Higgins Clark’s newest novel is the story of kidnapped 3 year old twins and the nonverbal/telepathic-like communication between them that plays a role in the investigation.  It’s decent.  One wants the girls to be okay.  But, as anyone who’s folled Mary Higgins Clark’s work, its pretty formulaic, and a lot like everything else.  If I hadn’t read a lot of her novels already, I’d probably consider this a good book. 

2.5/5

P.S. pet peeve/usually a bad sign: Author’s name is bigger than the title on the cover

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