Mary Higgins Clark is a master storyteller who keeps her readers and listeners spellbound. Now, in her first two published stories, written in the 1950s, she draws on her career as a young Pan American Airways flight attendant to create these tales of adventure and intrigue.
In Stowaway, a courageous flight attendant helps a desperate young man of the underground escape the Soviet police.
In Milkrun, a flight attendant becomes immersed in a web of deception when she serves as a courier for an important document - only to find it's been stolen during the flight.
Stowaway and Milkrun are two edge-of-your-seat classics that could only come from Mary Higgins Clark.
©1999 Mary Higgins Clark (P)1999 Simon & Schuster
Of course, I am a Fan of Mary's book for decades. I read several of her books over again, She is a great author. But even Mary has her bad days and stories..
Yes, even the novels that I read years ago.
No, I don't think so
Mary Higgins Clark is an excellent writer, do not let these short stories deter you from her books.
This was a great value to have two stories for a great price. I think Stowaway was my favorite. Honestly, as long as it's Mary Higgins Clark, I will enjoy it.
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