"As good as it gets."
When Ellie Cavanaugh was eight years old, her fifteen-
year-old sister did not come home one night. Her frantic
parents put Ellie to bed before she had the chance to tell
them about Andrea's hiding place in Mrs. Westerfield's
garage. The next day Ellie goes to the hiding place and
sees the bludgeoned body of her sister and runs home to
tell her parents.
She is questioned by the police and is forced to tell
them that Ellie was sneaking around behind her parents back
dating nineteen-year-old Rob Westerfield. She testifies
that Andrea was to meet Rob the night she was killed and on
the strength of her belief, a jury convicted Rob of
murder. Now twenty years later, Rob is out on parole,
trying to get his record overturned and Ellie is determined
to see that does not happen even if it means putting her
life in danger.
Mary Higgins Clark has written another exciting work of
suspense starring a heroine who is determined to do what
she thinks is right no matter what the cost. Because
readers like her and believe in her, they root her on every
step of the way and hope she is successful in her mission.
DADDY'S LITTLE GIRL is a fast paced absorbing read that is
sure to hit the New York Times bestseller list.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted March 23, 2002