The disappearance of several apparently unrelated young women all over the country is the beginning of Mary Higgins Clark's chilling novel, as one person begins to suspect that the young women may have been murdered or abducted by the same man, and that he may be someone who each of the women knows.
The characters seemed well crafted and the story was built up very well. Clark keeps feeding you little
In the beginning I did mix up the names of all the male honorees. They were all a little bit strange and nerdy growing up, so I had problems keeping them apart.
This was my first MHC book, though I liked the story and suspense element to some extent yet I did not enjoy reading this book much, reason being MHC’s writing style. It became so irksome at times that I just wanted to close the book once and for all but the suspense element pulled me back to
Ties up all ends in last chapter
Jean Sheridan, a college dean and prominent historian, sets out to her hometown in Cornwall-on- Hudson, New York, to attend the twenty-year reunion of alumni of Stonecroft Academy, where she is to be
If like fast moving suspense books that keep you fully engaged I would recommend this book. Enjoy!