You Belong to Me

by Mary Higgins Clark

Hardcover, 1998

Collection

Description

A killer seduces women on ocean cruises and the heroine, psychologist Susan Chandler, decides to get him. She uses her radio program to contact women who escaped his clutches, unaware he has heard the program and is coming after her.

User reviews

LibraryThing member monana79
Incredibly simplistic plot line and very predictable ending. The red herrings were too overtly obvious and that only left one male character as the killer. I used to enjoy her books, but do not think I will read another one. It was long and not very interesting. The strong female main character was really the only interesting part of the novel.… (more)
LibraryThing member nm.fall07.m.rodrigue
this book makes you not what to put it down. the susence will make yopu feel as if you were the charater in her book.its about this man who buys rings for this loved ones and inscribes them with " you belong to me" that he take them out on a trip or a cruiz and everntually kills them. He win them over with jewlery and gifts to make them not suspect anything.… (more)
LibraryThing member bookwitch24
Very interesting mystery. I know I say that for a lot of her books, but it’s true. However they mostly all follow the same pattern, so it’s rather hard to discern a difference base on that. They all have very different ideas and characters, but the plot, in the end, is always very similar.
LibraryThing member Linkmeister
I've seen her name on so many books I thought I'd give her a try, and this was the one I bought.

I can't in good conscience recommend it at all. It made me wonder just how it is she's sold millions of copies of her books if this is representative. The characters were flat and uninteresting, the plot was perhaps believable but forced, and the ending was contrived.

Oddly enough, I found Clark's daughter's (Carol Higgins Clark) Regan Reilly books far more interesting. They're amusing fluff, unlike You Belong to Me.
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LibraryThing member miyurose
This was your usual MHC fare. By halfway through the book I was pretty certain which guy was the bad guy and which ones were just red herrings. Though I was a bit sad that the bad guy was who he was, because I liked the character.
LibraryThing member MsBeautiful
Lost interest quickly
LibraryThing member ChrisWay
Entertaining light weight reading from back when Mary Higgins Clark still felt original.

Publication

Simon & Schuster (1998, 320 pages

Language

Original language

English

Original publication date

1999-04-01

Physical description

320 p.; 9.56 inches

ISBN

0684835959 / 9780684835952
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