April 9, 2008

I Heard That Song Before by Mary Higgins Clark

Mary Higgins Clark has written so many wonderful novels over the years. A lot of them have been real favorites of mine. (I especially liked Loves Music, Loves to Dance.) One of her latest books is I Heard That Song Before and it's another good one.

Kay Lansing grew up living literally in the shadow of the Carrington Family's mansion. Now as an adult, she has reconnected with Peter Carrington, the family's scion, and fallen in love. It looks like they might have a wonderful life together. But he's got a dark secret from his past that threatens everything.

Mary has a great way in all her books of creating characters you can't help but like and stories that keep you up all night. They feel like ordinary people, the kind of people you could really know and like. I think that makes her stories that much more scary.

Mary proves that you don't have to have a lot of sex or language in a book that make it interesting and very suspenseful! I recommend you try her books today.

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