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Mary Higgins Clark Omnibus: Let Me Call You Sweetheart; I'll Be Seeing You; Remember Me [Hardcover]

Mary Higgins Clark
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June 19 2001
The fourth RHVP collection of bestsellers from the #1 New York Times bestselling "Queen of Suspense." RHVP has sold three-quarters of a million copies of the other omnibus editions. This new one contains three of her most popular novels, each netting over 500,000 copies in hardcover and over 1.5 million in paperback. Let Me Call You Sweetheart is about a plastic surgeon who is more dangerous with a scalpel than he should be! I'll Be Seeing You is about a TV reporter who gets involved with an unethical fertility clinic, and Remember Me is a modern-day ghost tale.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Typical Yet Suspenseful April 21 2003
Format:Hardcover
Imagine walking down the street and seeing a woman you recognize. When you say, “hi�, she just looks at you and walks away. Confused, you continue walking when you bump into her again. This time she smiles at you. Now you are really confused. This is the case in Mary Higgins Clark’s, Let Me Call You Sweetheart. Let Me Call You Sweetheart is a typical Mary Higgins Clark book. There is the usual suspenseful story line, the beautiful woman who becomes involved in the story, and the exciting conclusion. The book kept my attention but Clark’s books tend to follow that similar plot which can cause the stories to become mundane.
While striving for a New York State judgeship, Kerry McGrath stumbles upon a questionable murder trial. The trial of Skip Reardon. Reardon was convicted for the Sweetheart Murder Case ten years earlier. Skip Reardon’s former father-in-law is Dr. Charles Smith, a well-known plastic surgeon. Kerry McGrath’s daughter, Robin, was in a terrible car accident, which left scars all over her face. Dr. Smith is treating her injuries. Kerry notices that some of Dr. Smith’s patients have identical faces. That of his dead daughter, the Sweetheart Murder victim. Kerry’s curiosity in Dr. Smith’s surgical practices leads her to search for the truth in the Sweetheart Murder Trial. Kerry’s interest in the case jeopardizes her nomination for judge since her boss prosecuted Skip Reardon. Clark lives up to her title as, â€~Queen of Suspense’ as the main character, Kerry McGrath, faces obstacle upon obstacle in her quest to free an innocent man.
As always, Clark develops various characters in detail. She gives the reader background information on each character.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Suspense Jan. 14 2002
Format:Hardcover
Actually it is "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" that I just finished.
It had been on my shelf for a long time, and I'm glad to have pulled it down even though a while after it is being sold separately.
A plastic surgeon is giving select patients all the same face...the face of his murdered daughter Suzanne. Suzanne's husband has been in prison for ten years having been falsely convicted of Suzanne's murder on the testimony of her father.
It's a great read.
I read I'll Be Seeing You and Remember Me some time ago, or else I would buy the new publication. If you have not read these stories you are missing a good dose of Mary Higgins Clark's talent.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great stories!! July 16 2010
By Ebony Farrington - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm in the middle of reading the first story "I'll Be Seeing You" and so far it's awesome. The suspense is riveting and addictive. The condition of the book is in excellent condition. It looks and smells like new.

Thanks again for this product.
3.0 out of 5 stars Typical Yet Suspenseful April 21 2003
By Ashleigh Harbaugh - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
Imagine walking down the street and seeing a woman you recognize. When you say, “hi”, she just looks at you and walks away. Confused, you continue walking when you bump into her again. This time she smiles at you. Now you are really confused. This is the case in Mary Higgins Clark’s, Let Me Call You Sweetheart. Let Me Call You Sweetheart is a typical Mary Higgins Clark book. There is the usual suspenseful story line, the beautiful woman who becomes involved in the story, and the exciting conclusion. The book kept my attention but Clark’s books tend to follow that similar plot which can cause the stories to become mundane.
While striving for a New York State judgeship, Kerry McGrath stumbles upon a questionable murder trial. The trial of Skip Reardon. Reardon was convicted for the Sweetheart Murder Case ten years earlier. Skip Reardon’s former father-in-law is Dr. Charles Smith, a well-known plastic surgeon. Kerry McGrath’s daughter, Robin, was in a terrible car accident, which left scars all over her face. Dr. Smith is treating her injuries. Kerry notices that some of Dr. Smith’s patients have identical faces. That of his dead daughter, the Sweetheart Murder victim. Kerry’s curiosity in Dr. Smith’s surgical practices leads her to search for the truth in the Sweetheart Murder Trial. Kerry’s interest in the case jeopardizes her nomination for judge since her boss prosecuted Skip Reardon. Clark lives up to her title as, â€~Queen of Suspense’ as the main character, Kerry McGrath, faces obstacle upon obstacle in her quest to free an innocent man.
As always, Clark develops various characters in detail. She gives the reader background information on each character. By the end of the novel each character is related to one another in an indirect way. For me, Robin McGrath’s character was too far-fetched for a ten year old. I do not know many ten year olds that have an extensive vocabulary and develop their own pictures for pleasure. Perhaps Robin is just a 5th grade genius. Robin refers to pictures she took of autumn leaves with this statement, “I showed you the great shots I got of them just as they started to turn, Mom. I know the ones I took this week with the colors at peak are terrific.” Robin seemed extremely wise for her age. An eccentric character in the book, Jason Arnott, seemed more believable than Robin. Jason Arnott, who was one of the suspects for the Sweetheart Murder, led a double life. Arnott had a hobby of burglarizing his friends’ homes. Arnott attended many high class social gatherings. At these parties, he memorized the lay out and security system of the house so he could break into the home a later date. Arnott had a secret home in the mountains where he kept all of his expensive stolen loot! Compared to Robin, the other characters and their lives were more believable.
I am a huge fan of murder mysteries. Let Me Call you Sweetheart had all the elements that make a great suspense novel. The story offers the reader a touch of romance with Kerry McGrath and a defense lawyer, Geoff Dorso. The development of their relationship is a nice sub-plot to the main story line. Geoff Dorso has a vital link to solving the murder case. Through this his relationship with Kerry is tested and tried.
Mary Higgins Clark does a magnificent job of weaving her story lines and characters together. She is always dropping subtle clues to help the reader figure out “who done it.” Let Me Call You Sweetheart is no exception. For those who have just found Mary Higgins Clark, this story was challenging to figure out. Being a fan of Higgins Clark, I was a little disappointed at how the endings to her novels are becoming repetitive. Overall, I enjoyed reading the novel. If you enjoy solving twisted mysteries read Let Me Call You Sweetheart.
5.0 out of 5 stars Remember Me June 4 2005
By Virginia - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
These three were my favorite books of all of Marys. I recommend buying this book (books). I promise you won't regret it!

Remember Me

Menley still has never stopped blaming herself for the the death of her two year old son although it was accidental. But now she has a new baby daughter and believes everything might turn alright. But she is wrong. Danger seems to be following her and her baby daughter. Why and who is doing this? A book filled with lots of suspense,I highly recommend it.
5.0 out of 5 stars What I expected July 25 2013
By Vonzella Draper - Published on Amazon.com
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She is an excellent author. I look forward to reading her books that I have not read. Every year I wait for her new book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Suspense Jan. 14 2002
By Suzanne Vitale - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
Actually it is "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" that I just finished.
It had been on my shelf for a long time, and I'm glad to have pulled it down even though a while after it is being sold separately.
A plastic surgeon is giving select patients all the same face...the face of his murdered daughter Suzanne. Suzanne's husband has been in prison for ten years having been falsely convicted of Suzanne's murder on the testimony of her father.
It's a great read.
I read I'll Be Seeing You and Remember Me some time ago, or else I would buy the new publication. If you have not read these stories you are missing a good dose of Mary Higgins Clark's talent.
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