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I knew as soon as a certain character was introduced, they were bad and most likely the culprit I also figured out nearly right away why the person murdered her. That being said, I still enjoyed reading the book but it was far from a great novel. Definitely a one time read.
I found Aline, Kerri's sister, to show hardly any emotion even internally and that was just weird to me. With the way she behaved you wouldn't have expected her to have lost her sister so recently. The "dramatic" ending was so not, plus it seemed typical of the last several books I read by this author.
I still want to read the rest of the MHC books I haven't gotten to yet, as they are always easy reads, this one just wasn't one of her best. Aug 02, Fiona MacDonald rated it really liked it. Mary Higgins Clark seemed to me an author similar to Ruth Rendell before I read any of her work - that it just wouldn't be up my alley and I generally tried to avoid her.
But I loved this! The story centres around a young girl Kerry who at the beginning of the book has been found dead at the bottom of her swimming pool after a wild party. There appear to be no witnesses, although her boyfriend Alan was seen at the party fighting with Kerry earlier in the evening, and there is one person named Ja Mary Higgins Clark seemed to me an author similar to Ruth Rendell before I read any of her work - that it just wouldn't be up my alley and I generally tried to avoid her.
There appear to be no witnesses, although her boyfriend Alan was seen at the party fighting with Kerry earlier in the evening, and there is one person named Jamie who lives in the house next door who happened to look out of the window and see someone hit Kerry on the head And how can his mother allow him to speak to the police when he will be their first suspect?
Highly recommend this - there was one point towards the end that I thought was going to be a really unfair reveal but it actually worked really well!! View all 8 comments. It was a fast read if you can keep reading it, but I kept putting it down because it was so poor.
Very poor, do not recommend it. View all 3 comments. Apr 10, Nat rated it it was ok. I almost gave this book 1 star but it wasn't a bad story so I couldn't do that. The way it was written was absolutely awful. For the most part it felt like I was reading something meant for people who read at the same level as elementary school kids. I was really thrown off by that, but I think that has been an issue with a couple of Clark's more recent books.
A lot of things have been issues with some of Clark's more recent books, including extreme repetitiveness, chapters with one paragraph, a I almost gave this book 1 star but it wasn't a bad story so I couldn't do that. A lot of things have been issues with some of Clark's more recent books, including extreme repetitiveness, chapters with one paragraph, and mysteries that are so easy to figure out you almost laugh.
I've Got My Eyes on You features all the above and then some. I thought it was hilarious when Jamie said he watches tapes and DVD's provided by his mom.
Apr 04, Natalie rated it it was ok. I keep saying I am going to give up this author, and then I keep reading them. I found this story to be very plot driven with not a lot of character development. I figured out who did it early on it follows a bit of the pattern of the author's earlier books. On the plus side, it was a quick read.
May 13, Adelyn rated it did not like it. DNF at page This was impossible to get into. Flat, stereotypical characters and a blow-by-blow plot that failed to tell me why I should care. May 07, Lisa Bowen rated it it was amazing. I love Mary Higgins Clark books. I saw this one at the library. I just loved this story. It was fantastic. Sep 02, Jen rated it liked it Shelves: buddy-reads. Not bad. That is this book. Good read with my loved one. We had fun discussing who we thought the bad guy was and why.
I enjoyed it much more than the Stephanie Plum books we read at least. I am huge fan of Mary Higgins Clark's mysteries and have read nearly all of her novels in my pre Goodreads era so I was looking forward to this one a lot. I'm such a fan of this author that I even have the dvd collection of her selected books that have been made into movies. That's why this was such a letdown.
There was little thrill or nail biting suspense and the storytelling was dry. The murder mystery itself was not compelling and the style of writing didn't actually engender much carin I am huge fan of Mary Higgins Clark's mysteries and have read nearly all of her novels in my pre Goodreads era so I was looking forward to this one a lot. The murder mystery itself was not compelling and the style of writing didn't actually engender much caring within me, for the victim and her family. That sounds harsh but this author is usually so fabulous as making the reader care and feel pain for the plight of the victim.
This just didn't work for me. It's not anywhere near as fabulous as her classic mysteries and the protagonist Aline the victim's sister was boring and bland. The detective in charge in the investigation wasn't that fabulous either. I'm not gonna add any spoilers since obviously this is a mystery story and new readers need to enjoy it or not as is my experience as it unfolds.
I still have a lot of respect for Mary Higgins Clark's talent because she's a phenomenal author but this will just have to go down as one of her less than spectacular stories. May 05, Kirsten rated it really liked it Shelves: reading-with-catherine , bc-buddy-read-with-me , buddy-read-picks. Mary Higgins Clark writes what I can only call the cozy thriller.
And they are fun. The romance is there and it's sweet but it's not overwhelming. Thank you for your explanation. Good afternoon teacher, Thanks a lot for your kindness, I will go with your coaching. Thaanks You So Much. Very Useful Website. Thank you, Melani your explanation is so clear. I thank you very much. You have done it well. Thank you for your work. It has been useful for me. Many thanks for this easy explanation, will use it with my ESL group!
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