Some titles in the bibliography of author Mary Higgins Clark include "Death Wears a Beauty Mask and Other Stories," "I've Got You Under My Skin," "While My Pretty One Sleeps," and "A Cry in the Night." Additional titles include "Let Me Call You Sweetheart," "On the Street Where You Live," "The Second Time Around," "The Lottery Winner" and "Remember Me." Her bibliography includes over 30 titles and she specializes in suspense novels.
Clark's titles sold over 100 million copies and her memoirs, "Kitchen Privileges," hit bookshelves in 2002. The first book she ever wrote, published in 1969, was a biography on George Washington titled "Aspire to the Heavens." The book received a reissue in 2002 under the alternate title "Mount Vernon Love Story."
Clark also wrote collections of short stories, including "The Anastasia Syndrome & Other Stories," "The Lottery Winner: Alvirah & Willy Stories," and "My Gal Sunday: Henry and Sunday Stories."
Mary Higgins Clark's first novel, "Where Are the Children?," debuted in 1975. Published by Simon & Schuster, the novel gave her the financial freedom to enroll in college. She graduated from Fordham University in 1979. Both her first novel and "A Stranger Is Watching" became adapted into major motion pictures.