Being an ardent Agatha Christie fan, Mary Higgins Clark was recommended to me and this was the first volume of her books that I read.
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).