Late last month America lost one of its most popular mystery writers.
Mary Higgins Clark first rose to prominence in the mid-1970s with her book, “Where Are The Children?”
In the years that followed, she had dozens of bestsellers, many of which were made into television movies.
I first met Mary in 1989, and over the next 20 years interviewed her 14 times.
This interview is from 1992, a conversation about her life as a writer, and her early rejections.