By Mary Higgins Clark
Published by Simon and Schuster - 1995
Reviewed by: Pam Stone, MyShelf.Com
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A very special story about the power of love and a child’s faith and courage.
Catherine Dorman's husband is very sick with leukemia and must go to New York for a life saving operation. Catherine decides to take her sons with her to lesson their fears about their father. On Christmas Eve Catherine takes her sons to see Rockefeller Center's famous Christmas tree. As they are stopped to listen to street music Brian the youngest son sees a woman take his mother's wallet, which has a very special gift. Brian, not able to get his mother's attention decides to follow the woman and get his mother's wallet back. Brian is headed for a journey that will threaten his life.
I have read all of Mary Higgins Clark's titles. I feel she is a master at what she does. She is a favorite of mine and always will be.