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Weep No More My Lady
Weep No More My Lady
Author: Mary Higgins Clark
ISBN: 73930
Pages: 273
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Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback, Audio Cassette
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Helpful Score: 2
This is truly one of Mary Higgins Clark's best mystery novels, that centers around Elizabeth Lange, in desperate search for some inner peace after her sister's murder. Her sister, Leila, became a model after she and Elizabeth left their abusive parents home at a young age. Leila soon became a movie star and married the wealthy Ted. However, one day after an argument with her husband, she is found dead. The police at first label her death as a suicide, but soon her husband is their number one suspect. Weeks before Elizabeth has to go to trial to testify against Ted, she is invited by a dear, old friend to an exclusive spa where the rich and famous go to find relaxation and seclusion from the public eye. There, she finds that close friends of Leila are also at the spa. She soon has her doubts about Ted being the murderer. During her stay at the spa, other people's lives are in danger, including hers. Who really killed Leila and why? Was it really Ted, as she first suspected, or was it someone else who was close to Leila? Read and find out.
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Helpful Score: 1
Probably my personal favorite of all of her books.
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Really enjoyed!
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Cypress Point-the ultimate California spa where the rich and famous pursue health and beauty in unalloyed luxury. But lovely young Elizabeth Lange is after something else: the truth about the death of her beloved sister-a famous actress who plunged from the balcony of her Manhattan penthouse. What she finds will determine the fate of Ted Winters, the handsome business tycoon who stands accused of her murder. Against a Monterey background that sparkles with sun, money, and glamour, Elizabeth stalks shadows that darken with dread and danger...shadows that threaten to reveal the stunning truth about her sister-and herself.
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very good in the style of clark
tigers9494 avatar reviewed Weep No More My Lady on + 49 more book reviews
Classic Mary Higgins Clark!
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A book full of suspense and mayhem. Elizabeth Lange is looking for the truth about the death of her sister. Was it murder or suicide? There is another murder and attempted murder when she gets too close. Is she next? A great book by a terrific authoress.
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I've read many Mary Higgins Clark books and this one was a very good read.
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This is a quick synopsis: "Elizabeth Lange has arrived at Cypress Point Spa in Pebble Beach, California, weary of heart and soul. Still grieving for her beloved sister, a famous actress who plunged to her death from her Manhattan penthouse, Elizabeth is determined to unearth the truth about how Leila died. Dashing multimillionaire Ted Winters stands accused of her murder, but Elizabeth has doubts.

Along the windswept cliffs of the Monterey coast, in luxurious bungalows, between gourmet meals and beachfront walks, uneasiness stalks Elizabeth while she begins opening doors to the past. As glimpses of the dark truth about Leila's life and death -- and about Elizabeth herself -- start to crash against her mind, an ominous wave from an unexpected source threatens to engulf her entirely."
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One of my first reads by Mary Higgins Clark. A great book!