Weep No More, My Lady

by Mary Higgins Clark

Hardcover, 1987



Elizabeth Lange has arrived at Cypress Point Spa in Pebble Beach, California, weary of heart and soul. Still grieving for her beloved sister, a famous actress who plunged to her death from her Manhattan penthouse, Elizabeth is determined to unearth the truth about how Leila died. Dashing multimillionaire Ted Winters stands accused of her murder, but Elizabeth has doubts. Along the windswept cliffs of the Monterey coast, in luxurious bungalows, between gourmet meals and beachfront walks, uneasiness stalks Elizabeth while she begins opening doors to the past. As glimpses of the dark truth about Leila's life and death -- and about Elizabeth herself -- start to crash against her mind, an ominous wave from an unexpected source threatens to engulf her entirely.… (more)


½ (224 ratings; 3.5)

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LibraryThing member Djupstrom
This was my first Mary Higgins Clark book. It was kind of a chick-Lit. Not too engrossing.
LibraryThing member bookwitch24
Very interesting story.
LibraryThing member Karen5Lund
This was Mom's book; she had several by Mary Higgins Clark. I'd read one a long time ago and it wasn't my style. Decided to give it another try while cataloging Mom's books and it was OK. Still not my style, so don't consider my lackluster opinion a strong mark against it.

A quick read, moderately
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interesting plot. The main characters didn't appeal to me. (The hero is rich and handsome. Yawn.) If you're looking for something light and entertaining this might fit the bill.
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LibraryThing member PaulaGalvan
Murder and mystery in a posh seaside spa! This thrilling and suspenseful tale was filled with fascinating characters who perfectly carried plausible plot twists to a happy ending. The setting, an upscale beauty and health spa on the lovely secluded coast of Carmel, lent this book a gothic feel. The
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rich and famous clients gave it a Hollywood feel. Well-written and entertaining, this book was a delicious mix of Jackie Collins and Nora Roberts.
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Simon & Schuster (1987), 320 pages

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0671556649 / 9780671556648


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