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New York Times Bestselling Author Carol Higgins Clark was greeted by 200 enthusiastic fans at PLYMC's 9th Literary Society event, held October 11 at Main Library. The engaging author told stories of how she came to write, how she chooses her characters, her work with her well-known mother, Mary Higgins Clark, and much more.

Attendees received a book signed by the author. Appetizers, dinner entres and dessert were provided by Kravitz Delicatessen.

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Carol Higgins ClarkCrowd Enjoys New York Times Bestselling Author Carol Higgins Clark at Literary Society October 11, 2012

Thank you to these generous donors who sponsored the Literary Society event: Ed and Chris Muransky, Denise DeBartolo York, The Frank and Pearl Gelbman Charitable Trust – Huntington Bank Trust, Park Vista, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, Drs. Carmen and Lynne Julius, Richard & Regina Smythe.

For more information about The Literary Society, contact the Library’s Development Office at 330.740.6086


Author’s Bio
New York Times bestselling author Carol Higgins Clark has written fourteen previous Regan Reilly mysteries. She is also co-author, with her mother, Mary Higgins Clark, of a bestselling holiday suspense series. Carol’s first mystery, Decked, was published in 1992 and was nominated for both the Anthony and the Agatha Awards.

Also an actress, Carol studied at the Beverly Hills Playhouse after receiving her B.A, from Mount Holyoke College. She appeared in Wendy Wasserstein’s “Uncommon Women and Others” at Carnegie Hall, a play set at Mount Holyoke. Recently she played twins who own a bar together in the TNT production of Deck The Halls, the first book Carol wrote with her mother. It’s also the book in which Regan meets Jack.

Using one word titles ending in “ED” came about by accident. After Decked, Carol wrote a book about a murder at a pantyhose convention. She joked that it should be called Snagged. Snagged it was! The rest is history! Carol has a long list of titles to come.

(From the author’s website: http://carolhigginsclark.com/)