Remember Me Author:Mary Higgins Clark On tranquil Cape Cod, a young couple tries to escape from the horrors of their past -- only to become trapped in a nightmare beyond their understanding, beyond their control. — Menley Nichols never stopped blaming herself for the accidental death of her two-year-old-son. Her marriage to Adam, a high-profile criminal attorney, has started to fall ... more »apart -- but the birth of their daughter Hannah promises to revitalize their relationship. Adam decides to rent a house on Cape Cod, a serene haven that's ideal for Menley and Hannah.
At Remember House, an eighteenth-century landmark with a sinister past, strange incidents force Menley to relive the accident in which she lost her son, and she begins to fear for Hannah's safety. Then Adam takes on a client suspected of murder after his wife drowns in a violent squall -- and the family is drawn into a rising tide of terror. On a dark, rainswept beach, Adam and Menley will confront their worst fears -- leading to a harrowing, suspenseful climax that only Mary Higgins Clark, America's Queen of Suspense, could have created.« less
On my personal scale I gave this book a B+. I would have given it an A but for some reason the main character's name irritated me LOL. Menley and her husband are living on Cape Cod where Menley is suffering from Post Pardom Depression after having their baby Hannah coupled with the constant reminder that she was driving when a train struck the car killing her first child Bobby. So when Menley starts hearing things in their big house on the Cape it is so very hard to determine if she is really hearing things or if she is venturing off this side of sanity. This is a fairly good mystery and once again proves why MHC is the Queen of Suspense. It keeps you wondering about Menley through the whole thing. On a side note I did feel that there were a few too many characters that I had a little trouble keeping straight but overall this did not effect my enjoyment of the book.