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No place like home [sound recording] / Mary Higgins Clark.

By: Clark, Mary Higgins.
Contributor(s): Maxwell, Jan, singer.
Material type: materialTypeLabelSoundPublisher: New York : Simon & Schuster Audio, p2005Description: 8 sound cassettes (ca. 10 hrs.) : analog.ISBN: 0743540026 :; 9780743540025.Subject(s): Violence in children -- Fiction | Mothers -- Death -- Fiction | Home ownership -- Fiction | Married women -- Fiction | Abused wives -- Fiction | Stepfathers -- FictionDDC classification: 813/.54 Issued also on compact disc.Read by Jan Maxwell.Summary: At the age of ten, Liza Barton had shot her mother, trying desperately to protect her from her estranged step-father, Ted Cartwright. Despite his claim that the shooting was a deliberate act, the Juvenile Court ruled the death an accident. Many people, however, agreed with Cartwright, and the tabloids compared her to the infamous murderess Lizzie Borden, pointing even to the similarity of their names. To erase Liza's past, her adoptive parents change her name to Celia. Her peace of mind later in her life is shattered when her new husband, Alex Nolan, surprises her with a gift -- the house in Mendham, New Jersey, where she killed her mother. On the day they move in, they find the words little lizzie's place -- beware painted on the lawn, splotches of red paint all over the house, and a skull and crossbones carved into the door. More and more, there are signs that someone in the community knows Celia's true identity.
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Read by Jan Maxwell.

At the age of ten, Liza Barton had shot her mother, trying desperately to protect her from her estranged step-father, Ted Cartwright. Despite his claim that the shooting was a deliberate act, the Juvenile Court ruled the death an accident. Many people, however, agreed with Cartwright, and the tabloids compared her to the infamous murderess Lizzie Borden, pointing even to the similarity of their names. To erase Liza's past, her adoptive parents change her name to Celia. Her peace of mind later in her life is shattered when her new husband, Alex Nolan, surprises her with a gift -- the house in Mendham, New Jersey, where she killed her mother. On the day they move in, they find the words little lizzie's place -- beware painted on the lawn, splotches of red paint all over the house, and a skull and crossbones carved into the door. More and more, there are signs that someone in the community knows Celia's true identity.

Issued also on compact disc.

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No place like home / by Clark, Mary Higgins. ©2005
No place like home by Clark, Mary Higgins. ©2009
No place like home by Clark, Mary Higgins. ©2008

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