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This was my first MHC and I was really looking forward to it. I honestly can't say I was very impressed. The book had a few exciting moments but didn't really grab me as I was expecting. I like to get into the characters but found that I wasn't really that interested. I neither liked nor disliked them so wasn't that bothered what happened to them. The start was promising, but I couldn't make out why, for a murderer who gets his kicks from strangling his victims and was clearly itching to do the same to our heroine, suddenly decided that a bomb would be better? To cover his tracks maybe, but why not make sure she and the little boy whose eyes had apparently haunted him, weren't dead first? I gather from the reviews that this isn't the usual MHC style so I will try another of her books and maybe she'll win me over.
While Ronald Thompson is waiting to die on the chair for the murder of Nina Peterson, a crime he did not commit, a stranger is watching the family household. Soon, he will set in motion his plans for an audacious kidnapping, aiming to become rich in the process. Steve Peterson's world is about to get much worse, losing his wife was just the beginning. Once you get past the first few chapters the book gathers pace and sets the tone for an exciting finale.
Yet another Mary Higgins Clark book that I just couldn't put down! Steve thinks that the nightmare is over when a man is sentenced to death for his wife's murder, but is an innocent man about to die? When Steve's son and girlfriend disappear it seems that someone knows his every move. The plot then becomes a fast-paced, exciting rollercoaster ride with time quickly running out. Will the innocent live to tell the tale? Read it and see, I guarantee you won't be disappointed!
Mary Higgins Clarke is a mistress of suspense and I appreciate the fact that she doesn't make her characters do stupid things to get in to trouble. This is quite a complicated story but it never becomes unbelievable.