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Carol Higgins Clark
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Savvy young Los Angeles .  . This time, we found her in Los Angeles, when Lilac Weldon requested her to find her daughter, Whitney, to attend her aunt's wedding. If she did, she would inherit a boatload of money. But Lilac's law is a con artist, who would do anything to prevent Whitney from showing up in the wedding.

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Carol Higgins Clark, bestselling author of Fleeced and co-author with Mary Higgins Clark of He Sees You . based private detective, returns to her office after a vacation with her beau, Jack "no relation" Reilly.

Carol Higgins Clark, bestselling author of Fleeced and co-author with Mary Higgins Clark of He Sees You When You're Sleeping, returns in top form in her new Regan Reilly mystery, blending her talent for intriguing locales, eccentric characters, and fast-paced suspense laced with humor. In Jinxed, smart, saucy sleuth Regan Reilly faces a new challenge - the case of the missing wedding guest.

Jinxed : a Regan Reilly mystery. Jinxed : a Regan Reilly mystery. by. Clark, Carol Higgins. Reilly, Regan (Fictitious character), Women private investigators, Missing persons.

Carol higgins clark series: Regan Reilly Mysteries. It's Christmas in Aspen and . Carol Higgins Clark

Carol higgins clark series: Regan Reilly Mysteries. Regan Reilly is vacationing with her parents and hoping to meet an unmarried man. Soon, however, all thoughts of romance turn to sleuthing when million-dollar paintings start disappearing, along with an old friend of Regan's-who happens to be an ex-con. The snow is falling, the plot is thickening, and the danger is closing in on Regan. A frantic phone call from an old friend leaves private detective Regan Reilly to investigate two bizarre deaths and the disappearance of a diamond cache.

Carol Higgins Clark (born July 28, 1956) is an American mystery author and actress. She is the daughter of suspense writer Mary Higgins Clark, with whom she has co-authored several Christmas novels, and the former sister-in-law of author Mary Jane Clark. Born in New York City and raised in Washington Township, Bergen County, New Jersey, Clark received her . from Mount Holyoke College. During college, she began re-typing her mother's transcripts.

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ALSO BY CAROL HIGGINS CLARK Deck the Halls (with Mary Higgins Clark) Twanged Iced Snagged .

ALSO BY CAROL HIGGINS CLARK Deck the Halls (with Mary Higgins Clark) Twanged Iced Snagged Decked 1230 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10020 Visit us on th. Regan Reilly opened the door of her parents’ apartment and picked up the three daily newspapers that had been plopped on the floor at some ungodly hour while most of New York City was unconscious. Backing into the apartment, Regan shut the door and made her way into the narrow kitchen.

Regan, an L.A.-based private detective, returns to her office after a vacation with her beau, Jack "no relation" Reilly. Their tour of the wineries in Napa Valley and Santa Barbara County is cut short when Jack has to fly back to new York City, where he is the head of the Major Case Squad of the NYPD. Their last stop had been at Altered States, a run-down winery owned by three siblings who are all former hippies - Lilac, Earl, and Leon Weldon. Not knowing how soon it would be put to use, Regan leaves her business card behind.Within minutes of being back to work, Regan gets an excited call from Lilac. The Weldon family has been invited to the wedding of ninety-three-year-old Lucretia Standish, a former silent-screen star, who made a killing in a dot-com before it went bankrupt. Lucretia had been married to the Weldons' Uncle Haskell and had invested the money she inherited from Haskell in the dot-com. Lucretia's maid, Phyllis, clues Lilac in on the fact that Lucretia plans to give the Weldons $2 million each - if they all show up at the wedding. The wedding is two days away, and there is only one problem - Lilac's daughter, Whitney, aka Freshness, a young actress, has taken off on one of her go-with-the-flow weekends. Whitney is out of touch and goes where the wind blows. If it doesn't blow her back into town by Sunday morning, the Weldon family will be out $8 million.Regan's job is to find Whitney. But unbeknownst to Regan, there's someone else on the hunt. Lucretia's fiance, the much younger Edward Fields, has hired an accomplice in crime to locate Whitney and keep her away from the wedding. Edward knows Whitney will recognize him as the con man she'd met in acting class in New York. He wants to say "I do" to Lucretia and her millions before Whitney can protest. When Edward finds out that Regan Reilly has been hired to find the missing Whitney, he gives the order to get rid of her as well.Meanwhile, Lucretia is befriended by a gang of bikers, the story of her upcoming nuptials is featured on national television news, and wildfires are threatening to consume the barn where Whitney is being held captive.
  • I love the way Carol writes. Keeps you on your toes. Reagan and her family are so real. Can't wait to read the next one!

  • The more books you read by Carol Higgins Clark, the more you appreciate the funny and lighthearted entertainment they offer. You can see the complete solution only in the end, and always with a surprise....... and love and true feelings win in the end!!

  • Weak plot, too many characters and conclusion wrapped up too quickly. Never had connection with any of the characters. Maybe publishers pushing these authors too fast to keep writing new material. I don't think James Patterson has written without a ghost writer for years. My Mother was a famous playwright so I am quite familiar the whole industry. Carol does not have the same abilities her Mother has, although she is a good writer.

  • I love to read a good mystery that presents a good sense of humor. Carol Higgins Clark is a master. To be around a person with a good sense of humor is delightful. To read a mystery with fun intertwined makes me want more. I will continue to read her books. I like that vulgar language is not expressed and the mystery is better for the lack of graphic sex and violence.

  • Really enjoy her books. Keep up the good work..

  • Enjoyed the story, nice book tape. Made the trip not seem as long.

  • Just finished reading this mystery. Had a lot of little twists and turns. Once I started it, had to finish it. Stayed up until 3:00 in the morning reading it just to see what happened. Really like the Carol Higgins Clark series.

  • Great book!