Stumbling across old family secrets, Jenny finds the shocking truth that lies behind a string of deaths, and fears she and her children may be next.
©1993 Mary Higgins Clark; (P)2009 Phoenix
A number 10.
When Jenny found the paintings.
Intrigue,mystery, and excitement.
I have not listened to many books narrated by Carol Higgins Clark ,so I found this one really enjoyable. I love all books written by Mary Higgins Clark.
54 years old. Love short stories, history, bios,
Totally predictable story
All the characters are stereotyped, soulless, and you figure out the very first minute who is going to be the bad guy.
I strongly recommend against it
This is such a sad story but one that I wanted to finish to find out if the outcome would be as I had hoped. It always left me feeling so bad for the main character and totally disliking the "bad guy". MHC did a good job of pacing this story. Hard to say more without being a spoiler for those considering the "read".
Would have given it complete 5 stars if not for the narrator. Not too bad - just not stellar,
Building up the characters, and the gaps in the story made this story maddening to figure out. The children's characters and opinions in the story would have made this story more believable. The author seemed to skip an opportunity to blend all the characters and make it believable.The narration seemed whiney and monotone which made it difficult to follow.+
The storyline was very intriquing
I have never cared for the tonal quality of her voice for readings
had to keep listening
"Not as good as 'pretend you don't see her' by same author"
It would have been better to introduce the prologue, as it was confusing when it went back in time without you knowing.
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