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Pretend You Don't See Her

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Pretend You Don't See Her is one of Mary Higgins Clark's best. It starts off with a bang and keeps your adrenalin up through out the entire book. You won't be able to put down this incredibly suspenseful novel. I suggest you read it.
The book is about a woman named Lacey Farrell, a real estate agent. One day, while showing a skyline co-op, Lacey is witness to a murder, and the dying words of the victim. The victim tells Lacey to take her dead daughter's jounal, which Lacey makes a copy for herself, then gives to the police. Lacey is put in the witness protection program and sent to live in Minneapolis. She then discovers that the killer has traced her to Minneapolis. Lacey heads back to New York, determined to find out who's behind the death's of two women, before she herself is killed.
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Well, I like Mary Higgins Clark's style of writing, and I will never put down a book of hers, but I found this one to be not quite up to par with her usual quality.
For one thing, it seemed quite rushed. When Lacey/Alice was thinking that Tom and she loved eachother, it was only the 2nd time or so the two had been on a one-on-one level.
And the culprit (I won't tell you who he/she is!) wasn't the greatest surprise either. I am used to MHC's style of having one of the main characters who you would never expect, be the killer. In this case it was a very small character. The ending also seemed very rushed and a little too conveinently.
But I do not regret reading it, there were parts in the book I loved, and of course, MHC was the author so you've gotta love it baby. --Rachel
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This was a great book. It will keep you wondering what is going to happen next. Lacey is full of strong will and will do anything to keep alive. I admire her strength to carry on. This is one of my favorites by Mary Higgins Clark.
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Lacey Farrel is a real-estate agent in New York. She witnesses the murder of one of her customers named Isabelle Warning. The killer sees Lacey while running out the door. Lacey saves a copy of the journal Isabelle gives her that is her daughter Heather's who was also murdered. Lacey is shot at while she is visiting her family so she is placed in the witness protection program in Minneappolis. She slips and tells her mother where she is staying and somehow the stalker also finds out. She realizes he knows where she is so she takes a plane back to New York where she goes to visit a woman who's husband had been killed and was mentioned in Heather's journal. The murderer was also in the house. Lacey saw and heard him on the stairs and threw a paperweight at him. He was arrested and they found out Heather's dad's partner was behind all the murders. Lacey started her life over again by calling a man she had fell in love with in Minneappolis and telling him who she really was and her whole story. One of Lacey's most interesting aspects was her courage. In the beginning she carries out Isabelle Warning's dying wish by concealing evidence from the police. Lacey is sent to a new place but still tries to start a new life and help the police find Isabelle's killer. Lacey is to determined to save her own life so she visits a woman she belives can help her. She realizes the killer is also there but still gets his gun away. Lacey's courage increased the suspense and made it more exciting. I would definitely recomend this book. It always had me on he ede of my seat and i never wanted to put it down. At times it was scary because the situation seemed so real and seemed it could happen to anybody. This book would be great for anyone who enjoys thrillers and suspense.
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In Mary Higgins Clark's novel, Pretend You Don't See Her, Clark gives us an insight on the life of Lacey Farell, a real estate agent who was an eyewitness to a murder case. Lacey Farell was only doing her job as she showed the apartment of the late Heather Landi to a possible buyer named Curtis Caldwell, alias Sandy Savarano. After many customers, Lacey had found a potential buyer in Caldwell but only if Isabelle would give up the apartment as early as possible. A few hours later, Lacey returned to Heather's apartment in search of an answer to why Isabelle had suddenly changed her mind in selling the apartment, instead she heard a scream and a gunshot and recognized Isabelle's killer as Caldwell who fled from the crime scene with a pistol in one hand and what seemed to be Heather's journal in the other. As a result, Lacey posed a threat to the killer, and she was the next target, therefore she was forced to enter a witness protection program which meant leaving New York and starting her life all over again in some strange place. As the story unravels, you will be shocked by who is really behind the killings. Any reader would have almost no problem relating this book to any other thrilling mystery, especially those by Agatha Christie. From the beginning of the book, the reader is introduced to the killer of Heather Landi and her mother Isabelle Waring, but is unaware of the true identity of the mastermind behind these heinous crimes. As the plot thickens and the story unfolds the reader is made aware of who is in fact the guilty party, including Abbot and Savarano, and who were innocent victims at the wrong place at the wrong time, Heather Landi and Isabelle Waring.Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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