I loved this book. It was very suspenseful and kept you guessing. I love MHC as an author. She completes the story. I would read any of her books.
I should have paid closer attention to other people's ratings before I put this on my rental shelf. It's bad. And by bad I mean NOT at all good! The narrator sounds like a Sunday school teacher who's trying to work a 900-number date lines. It's just not convincing, and the writing overall is bad.
Both Mary and Carol Higgins Clark write very good mysteries. I find both of them to be formulaic, but I usually enjoy the story even thought I usually figure out the killer long before the end. The writing is always sharp and witty.
I found this story to be a slow-starter but picked up. I was never sure who was the guilty party until the end. I would say the characters were believable.
Mary Higgins Clark is always a good read. I loved the story!!!
Dumb beyond belief . . . one vaccine to cure all kinds of cancer and birth defects, too . . . Author tries to lead reader emotionally instead of allowing reader to develop emotions as a result of what happens.
I was unimpressed with this story, and even less impressed with the narrator. No surprises here, fairly predictable, and although you are kept in suspense throughout the story, the end didn't give me that "Oh my god!" feeling. The narrator really didn't help the situation either.
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