Daddy's Little Girl
A powerful, haunting story of murder, fame and corruption in which a young woman struggles to convince people - and herself - that a brilliant man ... Show synopsis A powerful, haunting story of murder, fame and corruption in which a young woman struggles to convince people - and herself - that a brilliant man about to be released from prison (where he has spent twenty years for her sister's murder) IS, in fact, guilty, and not the victim a media star's campaign makes him out to be. The story is based around a young print journalist who returns to her home town after hearing that the man who murdered her sister is being released from prison after twenty years. The killer is highly intelligent and attractive, which is the main reason a glamorous TV star believes he is innocent and campaigns for his release. During her stay in her New Jersey town, she unearths some information about the killer, proving that not only did he kill her sister, but has killed others, and now that he's been released from prison, he plans to kill her as well. This is Mary Higgins Clark at her suspenseful best.