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Daddy's Little Girl

by Mary Higgins Clark

Daddy's Little Girl by Mary Higgins Clark X
Daddy's Little Girl by Mary Higgins Clark
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    Apr 2002, 291 pages

    Apr 2003, 384 pages


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Kelly Miller

I love this book!!!!!!!!!!!!

This book was very nicely written. Just when I thought figured out who the real killer was....<edited to remove plot spoiler....>. It wasn't really a mystery story, but it was about someone fighting for what they believe was right.

This was a wonderful book along with all the other books she has written. I definately recommend this book

I really think that this is an awesome book. I couldn't put it down! I just couldn't stop reading it! I know it may seem kinda dumb for me because I'm only 13, but Daddy's Little Girl is an awesome book to read. Anyone would love it. Before I read this book I was reading the first Left Behind book and I wasn't nearly as interested in it as I am in this. This book is great!

I just loved this book it was the best book like Ever so thats y i give it a 1000000 outta 5Text

This book is one of my favorites! I love how you are so creative and the endings of the books are always different than what one would expect it to be. All of your books are like that and once I start reading one I cant put it down untill I finish reading it! I hope you write more books in the future!

This was the first book i have read from Mary Higgins Clark. I thought that it was reallly good. I liked the story alot and would like read more of her books. When i was reading the book i didn't want to put it down until i finished!!

This was one of the best books I have ever read. I am only in eigth grade and up until now never liked mystery books. Daddy's Little Girl deffinatly changed that for me. It is suspenseful and grabs your attention. I could not put down the book until i finished!

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