'When Catherine Dornan's husband, Tom, is diagnosed with leukemia, she and their two young sons travel with him to New York during the holiday season for a lifesaving operation. On Christmas Eve, hoping to lift the boys' spirits, Catherine takes them to see Rockefeller Center's famous Christmas tree; while there, seven-year-old Brian notices a woman taking his mother's wallet. A St. Christopher medal tucked inside the wallet saved his grandfather's life in World War II, and Brian believes with all his heart that it will protect his father now. Impulsively, Brian follows the thief into the subway, and the most dangerous adventure of his young life begins...'

I loved this book.

This short, quick read is overflowing with the magic of Christmas, it would be the perfect book to read on Christmas Eve.

I personally think this book is good enough to read every year, and share with friends and family around the holiday season.

Mary Higgins Clark is a really engaging storyteller, she has the ability to get you involved in the story and sympathize with the characters. This book will draw you in and leave you wanting more.

I love to read at least a few Christmas books each year in the lead up to Christmas, and I am so grateful that I picked this book up. While there is some mystery, suspense and thrill associated with the story, it still ends up being a nice warm Christmas
story of faith, family and hope.

Mary Higgins Clark has created some great characters that help to draw you into this wonderful story.  These characters really captivated me as a reader and I couldn't wait to read more about them.

The story itself was really well written and really beautiful. It will tug at your heart-strings and make you believe in the magic of Christmas.

Silent Night by Mary Higgins Clark is the perfect Christmas read, that will leave you with the warm and fuzzies.


Published by Geramie Kate Barker