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Carol Higgins Clark

Born in New York, Carol Higgins Clark obtained her B.A. from Mt. Holyoke College. She then studied acting at the Beverly Hills Playhouse. She starred in "Who Killed Amy Lang?", a mini-mystery aired on Good Morning America (1975) and performed in New York's Carnegie Hall (Weill Recital Hall) in Wendy Wasserstein's play "Uncommon Women and Others", ... See full bio »

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A Cry in the Night
The Mystery Cruise
The Cradle Will Fall
Deck the Halls
Deck the Halls Bartender


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 2014 My Gal Sunday (TV Movie)
Molly Quinn
 2013 The Mystery Cruise (TV Movie)
 2011 Deck the Halls (TV Movie)
 2004 The Cradle Will Fall (TV Movie)
 1997 While My Pretty One Sleeps (TV Movie)
 1993 Secret Service (TV Series)
 1992 A Cry in the Night (TV Movie)
 1990 Night of the Fox (TV Movie)
German Military Woman
 1990 Fatal Charm (Video)
News Reporter
 1987 Stillwatch (TV Movie)
 1986 Where Are the Children?
T.V. Reporter #3
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She is the author of six best-selling "Regan Reilly" mysteries: "Decked", nominated as Best First Novel for both the Agatha and Anthony Awards; "Snagged", "Iced", "Twanged", published by Warner Books; "Fleeced", published by Scribner in October 2001, and "Jinxed", published by Scribner in August 2002. See more »

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Biography/bibliography in: "Contemporary Authors". New Revision Series, vol. 136, pages 82-85. Farmington Hills, MI: Thomson Gale, 2005. See more »

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