Weep No More, My Lady Mass Market Paperback – Aug 1 1998
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United Press International Mary Higgins Clark has produced yet another taut, suspenseful work that will keep her fans turning pages late at night and win many new admirers....
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Cypress Point -- the ultimate California spa where the rich and famous pursue health and beauty in unalloyed luxury. But lovely young Elizabeth Lange is after something else: the truth about the death of her beloved sister -- a famous actress who plunged from the balcony of her Manhattan penthouse. What she finds will determine the fate of Ted Winters, the handsome business tycoon who stands accused of her murder. Against a Monterey background that sparkles with sun, money, and glamour, Elizabeth stalks shadows that darken with dread and danger... shadows that threaten to reveal the stunning truth about her sister -- and herself. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
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This book is about how a young girl and her older sister move to New York to get away from their drunken mother. It flashes forward about ten years and her older sister is dead: she had fallen out of a window. The police seem to think that the murderer was Liea's boyfriend. Lisa got a phone call from Mimi, her old manager after coming back from a movie. Mimi, now own a spa. Mimi asked her if she would like to come down for a week and the next day she was there. While she was there she found out that everyone that would be in the trail was there. She wanted to leave, but not only was Mimi there but also Sammy, a key character was there. After Sammy got in she started reading Liea's fan mail. She found a mean letter that was addressed to Liea. Sammy was killed that night.
Lisa had lost two people. Now with all this information she knew who the killer was. Then she went for a swim knowing that the killer would be there.
Lisa was a character that everyone likes, and they know that they could make her do anything for them. She wasn't the one to speak up. She would change in this story because at first she would do everything that her sister did but once her sister is gone she will have do everything for herself. No one will be there to help. She also changes because she will put her life in the killer hands. Just to show that her sister death was not by the person ever one though it was. To help her become stronger she would say, "Don't give up sparrow, you can do it just a little more and you will be done." Those words would be able to help anyone.Read more ›
Without giving away the ending, this book was a bit hard to believe. The spa in which it takes place just seems a bit too good to be true. I pictured a bunch of older actresses at this spa, even though MHC is portraying Elizabeth to be in her twenties or thirties. Another thing that I found a bit hard to believe was that everyone that should be involved in the murder case, except for the lawyers, were at the spa at the same time as Elizabeth.
I prefer A Cry in the Night and Remember Me. Two of MHC's best, in my opinion.
Most recent customer reviews
The problem with the plot of this story is the stupidity of the antagonist. With everything going their way, if they had just sat tight they would have got what they wanted, but... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Fiona
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... Read morePublished on July 16 2004
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. Read more
I enjoyed Weep No More, My Lady -- especially the glamorous spa backdrop. However, it dragged on a little too long. Read morePublished on Feb. 18 2004
This novels tells the story of Elizabeth Lange who desperately wants to put away the murderer of her famous sister. Read morePublished on Feb. 6 2003
Elizabeth Lange, a beautiful,up and coming young actress is invited to spend time at a spa for the rich and famous, by the owners of the spa who had been friends of her lately... Read morePublished on Dec 3 2002 by Beverley Strong