I'll Walk Alone

I'll Walk Alone

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by Mary Higgins Clark

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Now in mass market, Mary Higgins Clark’s thirtieth and most spine-chilling novel—“so good that it might as well have come with a soundtrack” (The Columbus Dispatch)—involves the newest and most up-to-date of crimes: identity theft.

Alexandra “Zan” Moreland, a gifted, beautiful interior designer on the

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Now in mass market, Mary Higgins Clark’s thirtieth and most spine-chilling novel—“so good that it might as well have come with a soundtrack” (The Columbus Dispatch)—involves the newest and most up-to-date of crimes: identity theft.

Alexandra “Zan” Moreland, a gifted, beautiful interior designer on the verge of a successful Manhattan career, is terrified to discover that somebody is not only using her credit cards, but may also be impersonating her in a scheme that involves the much more brutal crimes of kidnapping and murder. Already haunted by the disappearance of her own son, Matthew, kidnapped in broad daylight two years ago in Central Park, Zan has been left torn between hope and despair. Now, on what would be Matthew's fifth birthday, photos surface that seem to show Zan kidnapping her own child, followed by a chain of events that suggests somebody has stolen her identity.

Hounded by the press, under investigation by the police, attacked by both her angry ex-husband and a vindictive business rival, Zan, wracked by fear and pain and sustained only by her belief that Matthew is still alive, sets out to discover who is behind this cruel hoax. What she does not realize is that with every step she takes toward the truth, she is putting herself—and those she loves most—in mortal danger from the person who has ingeniously plotted out her destruction.

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Alexandra "Zan" Moreland has lost her identity. No, it's not temporary amnesia; the attractive Manhattan interior designer has had her identity stolen and we're not talking about just credit cards or bank accounts. An unknown person is impersonating Zan and plotting to identify her as the kidnapper of her own child. Mary Higgins Clark's latest novel pits one desperate woman against unseen enemies and even against her own doubts about her sanity. Prime time crime and suspense.

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I'll Walk Alone 3.8 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 794 reviews.
ANONWZAWMN More than 1 year ago
I'LL WALK ALONE Mary Higgins Clark REVIEWED: BARBARA LIPKIEN GERSHENBAUM (SEE ALL MY REVIEWS) One of the most horrendous fears parents harbor is the disappearance of their child. In Mary Higgins Clark's thirtieth mystery novel, I'LL WALK ALONE, she uses this crime to tell the story of Alexandra "Zan" Moorehead, a single mother and a successful interior designer. When he was three years old, her son, Matthew was taken while his babysitter slept on a blanket next to his stroller. No sign of the child ever appeared until his fifth birthday when photos surface of "Zan" removing the child from the carriage herself. Immediately the public turns against her. Even her ex-husband now believes she took the boy. Zan has another problem. Her identity is stolen and someone clearly is out to not only bankrupt her but to see that her life is ruined forever and perhaps that she even dies. With only her assistant in her corner she vows to go ahead with the prospect of a gigantic project that would propel her into the spotlight. Since she opened her own design firm her former boss turned against her with rabid hatred and she believes he is behind the kidnapping. She begged the police and anyone who would listen to begin a full investigation into Longe's life, but she got nowhere. Except with a couple of friends named Alvira and Willy who happened to be lottery winners, which put them in a position of wealth and influence. Fr. Aiden a close friend of this couple reluctantly began to see Zan as an innocent woman when he re-examined the pictures that were carpeting the city and Kevin Wilson the architect who Zan wanted so much to impress. But everyone was powerless to do anything to prove one way or another if Zan was guilty of kidnapping and possibly killing her son. Was that Zan in the photo? Did she have a psychotic break? She claims to remember almost nothing from the time Matthew was taken. As the narrative races along and in true Clark fashion the tension grows and readers are I introduced to some new characters. Never one to hold back in a page-turner the author moves part of the story to an isolated farmhouse in the country. A nosy neighbor is very curious about the woman who rented the place for three months but paid for a year in advance. Rebecca Schwartz, the real estate agent's best friend makes a "new neighbor" visit to deliver blueberry muffins then when she's rebuffed she decides to stake out the place. I'LL WALK ALONE is one of Mary Higgins Clark's most suspenseful books.
bridget3420 More than 1 year ago
I still remember the first book I read by Mary Higgins Clark. It was REMEMBER ME and I was in the seventh grade. I have been a die-hard fan ever since. What I like most about her writing is the fact that she can keep me guessing. I had no idea who had really been behind Matthew's kidnapping and it through me for a loop. I thoroughly enjoyed I'LL WALK ALONE. Mary Higgins Clark fans everywhere should pick up a copy.
harstan More than 1 year ago
When Matthew was three years old, he was abducted while his babysitter who was ill fell into a deep sleep. His mother up and coming interior designer Alexandra "Zan" Moreland was devastated and spent all her energy and her money on private investigators and psychics. She believes her former employer and business rival arranged the kidnapping. Zan threw herself into her work so she wouldn't think about all the bad things that could have happened to son. As Matthew's fifth birthday nears, Zan's life spins out of control. Someone has hacked into her accounts, used her cards to charge big cost items and seems to be taking over her identity. Pictures surface that show Zan taking Matthew from his carriage; her friends think she killed her son. She knows she is innocent, but people are slow to believe her that someone impersonated her. Apparently the kidnapper wants her dead preferably by her owns hands. Mary Higgins Clark is the queen of suspense as her thrillers remain fresh. Her latest tale contains realistically portrayed characters especially Zan as a beleaguered heroine who feels unbearable pressure, but refuses to break as she still has fading hopes that Matthew will one day return to her. Fans will feel for her while wondering who the villain is including considering she might be Harry Kellerman. Harriet Klausner
Zavi More than 1 year ago
This was my first Mary Higgins Clark book I have read. It is a great suspense and kept me attention from beginning to end. I will be reading more of her books.
EGHunter01 More than 1 year ago
The plot against the protagonist is truly scary. With great calculation and evil intend a person is planning the downfall of the key/main character. There are plenty of suspects to choose from, yet as you read, this wonderful work of fiction, you are sure to deduce the culprit. This novel's storyline offers great twists and turns, emotionally gripping situations, and is filled with mystery and suspense to keep you turning the pages to get to the end of this wild crime. As the saying goes, this is a real page-turner, and you'll want to unravel this great mystery. If you have not read the other novels by Mary Higgins Clark you should check them out they are enjoyable reading. This novel, "I'll Walk Alone," is so interesting you should be able to read it over one weekend.
Scarlett60 More than 1 year ago
I have been a Mary Higgins Clark reader for years and lately some of the novels were following the same pattern. What a joy to find "I Walk Alone" to be so different and refreshing. Usually, by the middle of the book, I know "who done it." This novel took me completely by surprise. Please, more like this one.
SWEV More than 1 year ago
I have been looking to get back into reading when I picked up this book in CVS. The book was amazing. The minute I read the first page, I could not put it down. I would never imagine that ending. I was totally fooled. It was funny too because I read reviews after I bought this book, and before I started to read it, and now I do not know what people were talking about when they said it was bad, or that they knew from the beginning who the peron that kidnapped the child. I am starting to believe that people write reviews just to write them without reading a book. This book was overall great! I enjoyed every piece of it! Def recommend it!
Anonymous 8 months ago
I have listened to many of Mary's books on tape. I'll Walk alone was my first Mary Higgins Clark book and is still my favorite . My grandmother got me started on hers and I really enjoy them even though I am only 14. I have listened / read many of hers. Here r a few........ Santa Cruise /movie and book Silent Night Deck the Halls /movie and book While my pretty one sleeps I've got you under my skin All around the town /movie Christmas thief All through the night Where are the children / partial No place like home/ partial You belong to me/movie Loves music loves to dance/movie Daddys gone a hunting Just take my heart Two little girls in blue/partial Daddys little girl He sees u when ur sleeping/movie The cradle will fall/ movie
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As usual Mary Higgins Clark always keeps you in suspense. Just when you think you have it all figured out another twist.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a very suspenseful book that was very enjoyable to read. I would look for someone looking for that next great book. What a wonderful author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I highly recomand this book it was a real.page turner I couldnt put it down. I also love the fact that in her books all her chapters are short. So you keep saying let me read one more and before you know it youcant stop.
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Good job :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
First of all, it's spelled clumsy. No fancy schmancy spelling on this word! Now. There were a couple of humerous parts, like the beginning. I think, because a book is big, Adam should have noticed it. But maybe it's just me because l like to cook. But catching something on fire like that is fairly common. I once caught a piece of paper towel on fire and the whole stovetop ended up on fire! Anywho, not too bad. Please be super wary of your spelling, though! If you're not sure if you spelled a word right, please look it up (and l mean in a real, actual dictionary- not necessarily the one on your NOOK!)! Thanks!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just watch the grammar.
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Sorry can't buy a book ....that I don't know what the story is about ??? Ms. CLARK....pretty sure u understand what the word ....OVERVIEW ... means ? u have titels..but what the heck is the dam book about ??? I no u r a good author...but to expect people to buy u r books....sight unseen ? Sry...I'm on to another ..hopefully more considerate author ..
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Got them thks!
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