Rated of 5
by Nino Frewat
This is the first time I read anything by Clark. I have to say that it's absolutely intruiging to the last minute. A very realistic and detailed novel that does transport the reader to the fictitious scenes. Anyone used to Agatha Christie, like myself, will find Mary Higgins Clark different, to say the least, but not one bit inferior, and in my opinion even more thrilling. My copy came with an additional Q&A with the author !
My only complaint concerns the style: It is very simplistic. It goes well with the realistic scenes that the author portrays, yet, I feel a richer vocabulary doesn't harm the realism of the scenes and spices up things for English lovers