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Carol Higgins Clark is the author of four bestselling Regan Reilly mysteries, Decked, nominated as Best First Novel for both the Agatha and Anthony Awards, Snagged, Iced, Twanged, published by Warner Books, and Fleeced, published in October 2001. Her next novel, Jinxed, will be published on August 27, 2002. Read More >
She is the daughter of America’s # 1 best-selling suspense writer, Mary Higgins Clark. She is co-author, with Mary Higgins Clark, of two holiday suspense novels, Deck the Halls, in October 2000, and He Sees You When You’re Sleeping in October 2001.
Born in New York, Higgins Clark obtained her B.A. from Mt. Holyoke College. She then studied acting at the Beverly Hills Playhouse. Her acting roles include an appearance in the TV Series, Secret Service. She starred in Who Killed Amy Lang?, a mini-mystery aired on Good Morning America. She performed in New York’s Carnegie Hall (Weill Recital Hall) in Wendy Wasserstein’s play, “Uncommon Women and Others.” The play was produced as part of the 21st Century Playwrights Festival. She was the lead in the film, A Cry in the Night, based on the novel by Mary Higgins Clark. The film was shown at the Cannes TV Festival and the Montreal Film Festival and nationally on U.S. television.
Higgins Clark, jointly with Mary Higgins Clark, received the University of Scranton’s Distinguished Author Award in September 2000.
She has recorded several works by Mary Higgins Clark for Dove Audio, including the novels, The Cradle Will Fall, A Cry in the Night and the stories Death on the Cape, That’s the Ticket, Voices in the Coal Bin, The Body in the Closet, as well as her own novels. For Simon & Schuster audio, she recorded Mary Higgins Clark’s novel, All Through the Night, her own novel Fleeced, and Deck the Halls and He Sees You When You’re Sleeping, co-authored with Mary Higgins Clark. Read Less ^
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