There Was an Old Woman
Mary Higgins Clark Award finalist!
Boston Globe best seller! Now in paperback…
With THERE WAS AN OLD WOMAN, Hallie Ephron delivers her most accomplished novel of psychological suspense yet.
Once upon a time…
…there was an old woman who lived in the Bronx.
Ninety-one-year-old Mina Yetner lives in the Bronx neighborhood of Higgs Point where small shotgun houses perch on waterfront with a view marsh grass, birds, and in the distance the Manhattan sky line.
Mina doesn’t like to get into her neighbor’s business, but when Sandra Ferrante, a troubled woman with a drinking problem, is pulled from her home and taken by ambulance to the local hospital, Mina tries to find Sandra’s daughter to convey her mother’s message:
“Don’t let him in until I’m gone.”
How much of the story is based on fact?
Where did the ideas for the book come from?
On Book Lovers Corner, Connecticut Style (WTNH 8)
Hallie on TV, talking about THERE WAS AN OLD WOMAN with Teresa LaBarbera.
If I had my druthers… my dream cast
Hallie dreams on about who she’d cast for the movie of There Was an Old Woman, on My Book, The Movie.
Hallie chats about THERE WAS AN OLD WOMAN with Joe Catalano on QATV
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