I am usually a very avid fan of Mary Higgins Clark, and Moonlight Becomes You, although a good read, was not one of her works that rank up there. First of all, there were too many characters, some almost laughable at times. Some of the characters were well-written though, but most were just too drawn-out and bland. The plot was good, not excellent, but like myself, many readers would suspect who the killer was. It was really obvious. I'm not going to give away the name, that is for you to decide if you want to read it or not. After half-way reading through it, I was about to just skip to the end to see who it was, but I didn't want to spoil the surprise. The ending left me waiting. When I finished it, I asked myself, "Isn't there more, maybe a few pages are missing," but it was all there. The ending just dropped off, and a bit confusing. The whole victorian bells thing I could noy understand. Still it isn't the worst of her works, and I recommend reading it. Like Nuala, this book died in the beginning.