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  • Mass Market Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Books (Aug. 1 1998)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0671025589
  • ISBN-13: 978-0671025588
  • Product Dimensions: 17.3 x 10.8 x 2.5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 204 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #233,294 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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By A Customer on July 17 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I just read this book again after reading it real long ago...I thought it was boring then...but it kept me reading so diligently until the end this time because I forgot who was the killer. At one pivotal point I found myself going "Ohhhhh!!...", thinking I knew who it was, and then discovering I was right when the identity was finally revealed...making me shake my head, thinking it was so easy, I should have picked up on it sooner...if you're looking to read a Mary Higgins Clark book, I don't see how you could go wrong with this one.
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By A Customer on May 21 2004
Format: Hardcover
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Weep no more my Lady, is a book that will keep you on the edge of your seat. It begins with a young girl talking about her screwed up mom and her boyfriend. The girl's name is Elizabeth; she has an older sister named Leila, Elizabeth thinks she is so perfect in every way. When they were younger her mom's boyfriend tried to kiss Elizabeth, but Leila wouldn't let him. They got in a huge fight. Soon Leila decided it was time to leave her family, she took Elizabeth with her to New York. When they get to New York everything is so different to them. A man had told her he was a photographer, almost robbed Leila.
Then the story begins, when they are older. Elizabeth's new last name is Lange. She got this name by acting in a movie. Leila isn't very successful; she has starred in her own play, which was a disaster. Leila was now dating a very wealthy man named Ted Winters the third. One night after Leila's play, Leila was drunk and was threatening Ted. After that night the cops found a dead body by Leila's apartment building. People said that Ted pushed her off, others said that she killed herself.
Now Elizabeth has to say her side of the story in court. To get ready for the trial she goes and visits some friends that own Cypress Point spa. Elizabeth goes their to relax, but what she doesn't know is that the killer of Leila is there and is watching her every move. So instead of being relaxed, Elizabeth has to figure out the mystery of the death of her sister.
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By A Customer on May 6 2004
Format: Hardcover
This book is about the untimely death of a glamorous actress and her sister's mission to discover the truth. The story begins in a small town in Kentucky, where the sun is hotter than hell, and eight-year old Elizabeth waits for her nineteen-year sister, Leila, to return home from work. While Leila is away at work, their mother's boyfriend comes close to molesting Elizabeth. Fortunately, Leila comes home and stops him in the act. Leila, who has been planning her escape from her alcoholic mother, realizes that she cannot leave her sister behind while her mother brings home drunkard to drunkard. Leila takes Elizabeth away and they both move to New York, where Leila becomes a star. Nineteen years later Leila lies dead on the concrete couryard of her penthouse. The accused murderer is Leila's fiance, millionare Ted Winters, someone who Elizabeth and Leila loved and trusted. It is up to Elizabeth to find out what really happened that night. Did she fall? Was she pushed? Is Ted guilty? This is an amazing murder mystery. This is about a woman who had everything, and the people in her inner circle who wanted wanted to take it away. It's about relationships, jealousy, hate and love, and hidden feelings that have been suppressed for so many years. In the end, Elizabeth must find out the truth because as key witness in the trial she holds Ted's life in her hands, hands that yearn to avenge her sister's death.
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By A Customer on Feb. 18 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I enjoyed Weep No More, My Lady -- especially the glamorous spa backdrop. However, it dragged on a little too long. And the lovable Alvirah, from the Lottery Winner -- well, Willie should have been there with her, using his famous common sense as he does in other novels. I didn't approve of her prying.
Still, it was a suspenseful page turner, although I could put it down. Mary Higgins Clark still weaves a tale of suspense, murder, and sometimes even romance.
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By A Customer on Jan. 31 2004
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Weep no More My lady is a very exciting book, thriller and something you won't stop reading untill the end. It started with with the past when Elizabeth was 7 years old waiting for her older sister Leila who is 19 years old to come home. Their mother is always drinking and have a fiance who's an alcoholic too and he's a real jerk. Every day their mother and her fiance would fight and the kids outside would listen to their fights. They either fight and kissing or drinking and kissing. Leila decided to run away with Elizabeth and went to New York and soon after Leila became a super star and have a fiance name Ted Winthers who is a millioners. One of the day of Leila play, Leila was under alot of stress and fired her agent, cancel the wedding and etc. Ted and Leila have a big argument on Leila's apartment. The next day Leila was found dead. Elizabeth who was on the phone with her that night have a thought that Ted was the killer. As the book goes on you won't stop at all. You'll found out that Elizabeth was in love with Ted and that was part of the reason why she want him to go to jail and also because she wants revenge. Ted was a muscular man, handsome and lots of girls love him. Ever since her sister was with him Elizabeth always makes excuse not to be with him. In the end you'll found out the real murder and why he/she did it. I recommend you this book to people who loves mysteries books.
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