MARY HIGGINS CLARK - INSCRIBED BOOK PAGE SIGNED TWICE - HFSID 288167
Sale Price $144.00
MARY HIGGINS CLARK
Autograph note and drawing on the half-title page of her novel Pretend You Don't See Her
Book Page inscribed and signed twice: "Cheers and Blessings,/Bertie!/[She has drawn a female figure, apparently in motion.]/Mary Higgins Clark", 5¼x7½. Half-title page of her novel Pretend You Don't See Her, published by Simon & Schuster (1997). Mary Higgins Clark (born 1927) began her career in the advertising division of Remington-Rand writing catalog copy and modeling for the company brochures. Then, inspired to see the world, she worked as a stewardess for PanAm international, traveling through Europe, Africa and Asia. In 1949 she was on the last flight allowed into Czechoslovakia before the fall of the Iron Curtain. After a year of flying, she married Warren Clark and went back to school to write. She sold her first magazine short story in 1956 and continued until the late 1960s. In 1975 her first suspense novel, Where Are the Children? was published, with the paperback rights netting her $100,000. Since then she has written some forty plus novels - 24 international best sellers. To highlighting her career in the 1990s, she signed a $64 million 4 book contract. She has written thirty best-selling suspense novels; and her daughter, Carol Higgins Clark, follow in her footsteps. Twenty of her novels, including Pretend You Don't See Her, have been adapted for television, while four have been made into feature films. The Mystery Writers of America, among whom she is a Grand Master, bestow an annual Mary Higgins Clark award. Irregularly cut edges. Fine condition.
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