My Gal Sunday

My Gal Sunday

by Mary Higgins Clark
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My Gal Sunday 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 31 reviews.
acewing More than 1 year ago
Unbelievably stupid! I know it is supposed to be fiction, but a 44-year old[!] ex-President married to a 32 year old (or 27) depending on whether you accept the text or the flyleaf commentary, Congresswoman who worked her way through college and through law school, served as an Assistant DA and managed to get elected from Tarrytown NY, a bastion of very old money, overstrains all bounds of believability. The Secret Service Agents are ridiculously un-authentic, too. And that this upper-class-looking beauty should manage to get all the info to solve a case from one conversation with an obviously mobbed-up and recently released felon, that's just silly. Add to this, the most inane conversations, suitable for a book from the 1930s makes this book too boring to finish. Save your pennies.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved it couldn't put the book down.
Guest More than 1 year ago
"My Gal Sunday" was one of the most captivating short story collections I have ever laid eyes on. You will truly get to know Henry and Sunday Britland through four journeys that are in a word,"Unforgettable." You will envy the Britlands for the life they lead and the adventures the have together. This is a Must Read and I hope that Clark will write more about Henry and Sunday.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is an excellent book. It's about Sunday of course and her newlywed husband. Sunday gets kidnapped and it's a race to return her to home unhurt. Sunday makes a tape to send to her husband so he can find her, and also leaves clues to figure out who her capturer is. After she is returned home safely, two more mysteries unfold right before her and her husbands eyes!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is not only for adults it can be read by kids also(I am only 11 years old). My mom told me about them because I am really interested in mystery.I liked this book because it sucked you into the plot, made you think about 'who done it', and had two great main characters. If you enjoy this book half as much as I did, then you will defiantly love this book.
delronmac More than 1 year ago
I have always loved Mary Higgins Clark. Her books are exciting but not crude. You KNOW what's happening but she doesn't have to TELL you what's going on! A good 'clean' author! My Gal Sunday had 4 stories in it and altho they weren't long enough, they were so interesting! I read the whole book in one day. Couldn't put it down.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The short stories were ALL great. It was very hard to put down. Two thumbs up!
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PickyMH More than 1 year ago
I've always looked forward to reading MHC latest books, but this one was not so great. I don't know if it's because there are 3 short stories in this book, but this one is just too "simple". I don't feel there was enough intrigue or storyline in these stories to match her previous books. I'm really sad if this is an indication of her future books. :(
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Good for begining readers. If you enjoy unbelivable characters and a storyline you are ahead of all the time this book is for you.
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readersister More than 1 year ago
easy read for a relaxing evening.
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Imawiz More than 1 year ago
this is several smaller stories in this book. The stories are good and I enjoyed them, was just surprised there were several
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Truth in advertising in blurbs hey nook is this another rook?
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