Leading up to Mother's Day, "CBS This Morning" will highlight special moms and their daughters everyday this week, including Campbell Soup CEO Denise Morrison, her sisters and their mom; actress Vanessa Williams and her mother; author Mary Higgins Clark and her daughter, Carol Higgins Clark; and House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi and her Emmy-winning filmmaker daughter, Alexandra Pelosi.
New York Times bestselling author Mary Higgins Clark, known as the "Queen of Suspense," and her daughter -- and occasional co-author -- Carol Higgins Clark talk to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts as part of the special series, "Eye-Opening Moms."
Mary Higgins Clark's thriller in which a woman suspected of killing the children from her first marriage has a case of deja vu.
Mother-daughter team Carol and Mary Higgins Clark share their thoughts on the joy of writing as a team.
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WHERE ARE THE CHILDREN? explores the tragic issues of child abduction and abuse. Nancy Eldridge Oill Clayburgh) is a young mother faced with the nightmarish disappearance of her children. After being wrongly convicted of murdering her son and daughter from a previous marriage, Nancy's new life is once again tom apart when her second family vanishes. Her husband, Clay Eldridge (Max Gail) has blind faith in his frightened wife and eventually Nancy gains the necessary inner strength to get her children back. WHERE ARE THE CHILDREN? is a highly-personal drama of a woman's love, courage and faith in the face of one of today's most heinous crimes-the kidnap of children.
Based on a novel by best-selling author Mary Higgins Clark, WHERE ARE THE CHILDREN? Nancy Eldridge (Jill Clayburgh) is the happy mother of two children, who lives in sheer bliss with her husband Clay (Max Gail). Tragedy arrives when the kids are kidnapped by psychopath Courtney Parrish (Frederic Forrest).
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