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Then, Mary Higgins Clark is often called the “Queen of Suspense.” She has written more than 50 best-sellers, with 100 million copies sold in the U.S., alone. Now 90, Clark has just released her latest work, “I’ve Got My Eyes on You.” She talks to Diane about how she got her start and what her tenth decade has taught her about appreciating life.
- Jon Meacham Author, "The Soul of America: The Battle for Our Better Angels" and "American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White House"; former editor-in-chief of Newsweek
- Mary Higgins Clark Author of more than 50 books including her latest, "I've Got My Eyes on You"
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