Mary Higgins Clark: Three Complete Novels: Where Are The Children; A Stranger Is Watching; The Cradle Will Fall Hardcover – Jan 17 1995
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There aren't any detectives like Hercules Poirot or Miss Marple still the stories keep you glued to the book till you reach the end.
'Weep no more, my lady' has a certain Christie's touch. The story is about a young woman Elizabeth. Her sister, Leila is murdered and Ted, her sister's fiance is convicted, with Elizebeth being the only witness. There are other charachters like Leila's friend the Baron and Baroness, her agent, another rival actress. The interesting thing is that each charachter has some motive for the murder. And finally the real murderer turns out to be... (You have to read the book to find out).
'Stillwatch' is about a young reporter who is making a television documentary. But what she does NOT know is that this documentary is linked to her past and will affect her present life. Not much of a mystery here but still an interesting read.
'A cry in the night' reminded me of Alfred Hitchcock's movie Psycho and hence the reason for 4 stars.
A good selection for those who have a preference for mysteries (minus politics, violence and sex).
After reading 6 MHC stories in a row, I am becoming familiar with her style & events albeit characters taking on different forms. Nevertheless, her books are interesting & will make you lose track of time.
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I have to say that the book started out pretty slow, but it got more and more interesting as you read it. Read morePublished on Jan. 2 2002
i find her books so engrosing that i can not put them down until i find out who did it. her method of delivery always leaves you guessing. Read morePublished on Jan. 6 2001 by CHRISTINA SASLOVSKY
This was the first Mary Higgins Clark book that I read. Although I now know that there are better ones, it was great and certainly kept me reading. Read morePublished on Feb. 26 1998
I loved this book, I thought it was great. The setting and characters were very interesting. I was certainly fooled with the murderer, what a surprise! You have to read this!Published on Feb. 26 1998
I love all of Mary Higgins Clark books but this is probably my least favorite. Although it is very suspenseful, I thought it seemed evil and sick. Read morePublished on Feb. 24 1998