Reviews & Blurbs
"She is one of the most talented storytellers around."
“Clark has perfected the suspense novel, where in classic Christie fashion, everyone is a potential suspect.”
Praise for To Have and To Kill:
“(Clark is) a literary magician.”
“Clark launches her Wedding Cake Mysteries series with a bang.”
“The first book in best-selling suspense author Clark’s new series is an old-fashioned whodunit set in a modern world that’s high on suspense and low on gore. The number of characters with motive for murder keeps you guessing, and the action-packed short chapters keep the story moving.”
Praise for Dying for Mercy:
"Clark's latest rivals Christie's best."
"This is another satisfying look at the behind-the-scenes world of television network news tied around an intriguing puzzle."
"Dying for Mercy
is an exceptional novel, superb in so many ways, combining the best of a manor house mystery with a life-size puzzle, the clues to the solution of which are in plain sight. The well-drawn characters, steady pacing, posh setting, and intriguing plot all contribute to a very satisfying, most enjoyable thriller."
Praise for It Only Takes a Moment:
"..riveting novel of suspense.."
"Clark does her usual good job with a surprise ending"
"Clark scatters red herrings along the path, ratcheting up the tension, as this fast-paced story moves to its surprising denouement."
Praise for Dancing in the Dark:
"A gripping story chock-full of edge-of-your-seat suspense...readers will not be able to put it down."
"Taps the thumping dread of an investigator chasing a specter with lives at stake."
"A fantastic who-done-it filled with characters who could have committed the crimes."
--Midwest Book Review
"Clark's books are fun to read because she salts them with details about life in the fast lane at network news stations."
"An eerie, surprising finale, Clark's latest is haunting and entrancing."
Praise for Hide Yourself Away:
"A first-rate suspense novel with fine characters and a great plot twist."
--Globe & Mail
"Knows the ins and outs of a broadcast newsroom and she gives the setting plenty of verisimilitude. A nice mix of mystery and domestic drama."
"Virtually everyone is a suspect."
"Clark has taken the rich and richer setting of Newport, RI, introduced a bunch of ambitious, would-be TV producers...and mixed in some history along with murder most foul."
--The Orlando Sentinel
Praise for Nowhere to Run:
"Impossible to put down."
"The dexterity in keeping so many guilty-looking characters afloat at once and the revelation of a truly surprising killer make Clark's sixth dispatch from KEY News her best."
"Spare prose...brisk dialogue and rapid-fire action sequences."
"In classic Christie-like fashion, everyone is a suspect."