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Mary Higgins Clark
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January 2005
A tale of murder, duplicity, family secrets and hidden lives, which centres on the question of human identity, and insists that nothing, however precious, is what it seems. The author's other books include "Where are the Children?", "Loves Music, Loves to Dance" and "All Around the Town".

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Clark always has a staunch heroine and a topical story to tell. This time her star is Meghan Collins, a spunky TV reporter who is aghast when, on a hospital assignment, she finds a murdered girl who is her double. The topicality involves a clinic that offers "assisted reproduction," which enables women to conceive through in-vitro fertilization. A mysterious Romanian who tends the embryos is murdered, and it is discovered she was unqualified for the job. Why then did a prestigious placement firm, in which Meghan's beloved father Edwin was a partner, recommend her for it? And where is Edwin? Apparently a victim of a spectacular highway accident, there are odd indications he is still alive. And what role does obsessive parking attendant Bernie Heffernan, a creepy Peeping Tom, play in it all? To call Clark's latest plot complicated is an understatement. As usual, however, it moves swiftly, painlessly and forgettably to a predictably upbeat conclusion, in which Meghan snags an erstwhile admirer she feared she had lost. Clark's formula, to place attractive women in danger and have their own pluck and skill resolve the outcome, attracts a large readership, though the merely workmanlike writing, four-square characterization and needlessly knotty plot make I'll Be Seeing You a harder sell than usual. Literary Guild main selection and Reader's Digest Condensed Book selection.
Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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YA-First-time readers and longtime fans will find Clark's new book a fast-paced, intricately woven tale of suspense and intrigue. Meghan Collins, newly hired TV reporter, makes a startling discovery while on assignment at a large metropolitan hospital. An unidentified young woman dying of a knife wound is rushed into the emergency ward, and Meghan finds herself staring down at a person who could be her double. She is thrust into an investigation that not only involves finding out the identity of the dead woman, but also uncovering the details of her father's puzzling death 10 months earlier. No trace of his body or car was ever found. To complicate things further, Meghan's next assignment reveals some questionable procedures at a fertility clinic in regard to in vitro fertilization of identical twins. Clark masterfully fits all the pieces together, delivering an expertly written, gripping mystery that will appeal to YAs.
Nancy Bard, Thomas Jefferson Sci-Tech, Fairfax County, VA
Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Take this road! July 5 2002
Format:Mass Market Paperback
To be honest, this is the first of Mary Higgins Clark's that I have read. Also to be honest, it is one of the most intriguing, spell binding murder mysteries I have read. Heck, forget the "murder" part, it's just a great story.
The book leads you along wherever the authoress desires to take you. I pride myself on figuring out the mystery before I make it to the end, but parts of this one had me baffled. Filled with twists and turns, this surprising novel discusses everything from the lasting images because of a neglected childhood to the question of ethics and reality in assisted birth. The characters are memorable, completely believable and utterly captivating. Time is taken to establish each character, and you as the reader will be able to comprehend their motives as well as their desires. The plot is flawless, well written from cover to cover. This completely deserves any recognition given to it (#1 NY Times Bestseller), and definitely should be added to any book collection. I'd give you a plot synopsis, but you really don't want to know, you just need to read it. After all, you don't want to know where the road leads unless you have traveled it yourself.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Mary, Mary, Mary..... June 2 2001
By Malory
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Mary Higgens Clark, how do you do it?!?! I loved this book, "I'll Be Seeing You" because it was very adventerous and so compelling! The book is about a young TV reporter named Meg Collins. It starts out with Meg reporting a story of a stabbed victem and finds that the girl who was stabbed looks shockingly like Meg herself! All while this is going on, the police are trying to solve the mystery of Meg's father, who supposedly died in a tragic car crash on a bridge, and went over the edge into the water. Sure, that doesn't sound like a mystery, but the thing is the police never found the car or the body in the water. Meg and her mother are trying to convince themselves that "yes, he did die in that car crash" and "no, he wasn't living a double life"- which the police think he was living a double life. When they figure out the truth it will deffinitly shock you! You'll be on the edge of your seat the whole time you're reading this book, and you'll never want to put it down until you finish it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars I'll Be Seeing You May 29 2001
Format:Mass Market Paperback
This was my second Mary Higgins Clark novel. The two that I have read are the same in some ways. You never know what could happen next and you do not know what all the characters know one or the other in some form. In the two novels that I have read I noticed that until you get to the end of the book you do not know how all the characters will meet up. Her novels are the same style of writing but you can never put the novel down. Mary Higgins Clark novel I'll Be Seeing You is a suspense that will keep you guessing until the end. The novel is set in the area around New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Philadelphia. The novel takes place in modern times. The novel is about a reporter named Meghan Collins whose father just died but they can not find his body. Meghan and mother need to find the body of Meghan father. If they do not find his body then Meghan's mother inn will go under. Meghan one sees the body of a dead girl who looks just like her. The novel is about Meghan trying to find answers to her father's death and why this girl looks so much like her. On Meghan's quest to find answer the story comes more and more unbelievable. With everything that Meghan finds it seems the less she knows about her father and the people around her. The more Meghan finds out about people the less she feels she trusts them and in the end the betrayal that Meghan never saw coming. In the novel you will feel for Meghan and her mother. You will see the heart ship that they go threw and you will ask yourself why. The novel will keep you guess till the end. In the novel Meghan has a conflict with her dead father. Meghan does not know what to think of him after she found some things about her. Meghan has conflicts with the people that she can trust and can not trust. I liked the novel. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars I'll Be Seeing You May 29 2001
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This was my second Mary Higgins Clark novel. The two that I have read are the same in some ways. You never know what could happen next and you do not know what all the characters know one or the other in some form. In the two novels that I have read I noticed that until you get to the end of the book you do not know how all the characters will meet up. Her novels are the same style of writing but you can never put the novel down. Mary Higgins Clark novel I'll Be Seeing You is a suspense that will keep you guessing until the end. The novel is set in the area around New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Philadelphia. The novel takes place in modern times. The novel is about a reporter named Meghan Collins whose father just died but they can not find his body. Meghan and mother need to find the body of Meghan father. If they do not find his body then Meghan's mother inn will go under. Meghan one sees the body of a dead girl who looks just like her. The novel is about Meghan trying to find answers to her father's death and why this girl looks so much like her. On Meghan's quest to find answer the story comes more and more unbelievable. With everything that Meghan finds it seems the less she knows about her father and the people around her. The more Meghan finds out about people the less she feels she trusts them and in the end the betrayal that Meghan never saw coming. In the novel you will feel for Meghan and her mother. You will see the heart ship that they go threw and you will ask yourself why. The novel will keep you guess till the end. In the novel Meghan has a conflict with her dead father. Meghan does not know what to think of him after she found some things about her. Meghan has conflicts with the people that she can trust and can not trust. I liked the novel. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars Can't Put down a Clark book
I just didn't want to finish this great book. I felt so close to the characters especially Meghan. This is a great read to take on a plane flight. The time goes by real fast. Read more
Published on April 25 2004 by BooklovrCher
4.0 out of 5 stars The Mystery of the Year
I liked this book because I love mysteries. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a good mystery. Read more
Published on Feb. 13 2004 by Clanay Russell
5.0 out of 5 stars EXCELLENT!
i absolutly LOVE MHC and i thought this book was excellent. i didn't think that it was slow at all!! in fact i thought it took off rather quickly. Read more
Published on June 16 2003 by Sarah
3.0 out of 5 stars Not My Favorite
This book was not the best book that she has written. It took me awhile to get into it. It started out very slowly and didn't pick up until almost the middle of the book. Read more
Published on May 9 2002 by caitlin zech
5.0 out of 5 stars I'll Be Seeing You
A suspenful mystery filled with twists and turns. It all centers around a younger girl named Meghan Collins. Read more
Published on Feb. 19 2002 by "gods_little_angel_2003"
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Mary Higgins Clark is amazing. She is so talented. Having also read 2 of her other books, i liked this one the best. Read more
Published on Nov. 25 2001
5.0 out of 5 stars I'll be seeing you
This is a great book, one of those that you cant stop reading. All Mary Higgins Clark's are great but this is one of my favorites.
Published on Sept. 28 2001 by Sandra Seda
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Mystery Book !!!
This is my most favorite Mary Higgin Clark book. This novel is extremely well written, full of unpredictable twists and turns. Read more
Published on July 16 2001 by Tom
5.0 out of 5 stars I'll be seeing you
I'll Be Seeing Youis one of Mary Higgens Clark best books. It is so gripping. It is about a repoter named Meg. Read more
Published on May 24 2001
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