The second thrilling novel in the New York Times best-selling Under Suspicion series, following The Cinderella Murder, featuring intrepid television producer Laurie Moran as she investigates the case of a missing bride.
Five years ago Amanda Pierce was excitedly preparing to marry her college sweetheart in a lavish ceremony at The Breakers in Palm Beach. Then, with their guests and families onsite, Amanda disappeared.
In present-day New York City, Laurie Moran realizes a missing bride is the perfect cold case for her investigative television series, Under Suspicion. She and her team set out to recreate the night of the disappearance at the Florida resort with Amanda's friends and family in attendance, hoping to shed new light on the mystery, as the series has done in past episodes. With a jealous sister, playboy groomsmen, Amanda's former fiancé now married to a bridesmaid, and rumors about the "beloved" bride herself, Laurie and Under Suspicion host Alex Buckley quickly realize everyone has a theory about why Amanda vanished into thin air.
One thing is certain: Whoever was behind Amanda's disappearance plans to keep the truth hidden "until death do they part".
Featuring the chilling suspense and elegant settings listeners have come to love, All Dressed in White is not to be missed.
©2015 Mary Higgins Clark (P)2015 Simon & Schuster Audio
Read me a good story while I crochet some socks.
The Narrator has every female whine (an attorney whining? Are you kidding?) and half of the male characters sound like half drunk men in their 60's with the same gravelly voice regardless of the character's age - she even gave Grace the drunk gravelly guy voice a time or two...Grace is a young hot female.
I liked the story. It's my kind of story. Overall it was worth my credit, I would just really like the narrator to stop whining or sounding like a drunk old man.
The narration was cloyingly irritating. The characters were one dimensional and the story dragged along. Strange details completely irrelevant. A waste of a credit compared to other books by this author.
I typically LOVE Mary Higgins Clark, but this one bored me to be honest. Felt as tho it was taking forever to really get into the story. More about all the characters and trying to keep them all straight. This is only my 3rd audio book, so I honestly wonder if that caused part of my negative review. There was something with the narrator...different tones for the different people, men's voices were a bit odd sounding. Story had good twist I'd say, when finally getting going. Overall not bad but definitely not a favorite
It was a page turner for me. I was a little sad when we got to our destination and still had a few chapters to go. Im a MHC fan, so I can't say anything bad about it.
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