This is pretty much what you can expect from Mary Higgins Clark. I am surprised it is on the best sellers list. It was okay but I wouldn't recommend it.
Simple and nice. Bland like my description.
I thought the main character's voice was annoying but maybe it was her personality and the performance was really good.
No - as a rule I like Mary Higgins Clark books this one was just blah.
It was an ok listen, but I would not recommend it to anyone... nothing really stood out as a memorable moment...
Academic Sports Cardiologist
lovers of simple mystery stories
nothing by this author
reader is excellent
it was disappointing since there was nothing at all about Jesus's lost years
I love a good story and being able to broaden my literary horizons especially while I do my day to day mundane functions.
I typically care for very few female authors, not because I'm sexist but because I don't like the graphic way they describe sex scenes in their novels. With that being said Mrs Clark is one of my favorite female writers since I have yet to encounter that problem in her writing. I typically eagerly await her novels but this one along with her last couple have not been up to par. I like the plot but for me this was just not her typical mystery and it fell short. It simply wasnt as entertaining or edge of your seat as some of her previous novels I really enjoyed Where Are You Now? and I Heard That Song Before.
I have no complaints about the narration or the listenability of the story.