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We'll Meet Again

3.8 of 5 stars 3.80  ·  rating details  ·  7,574 ratings  ·  236 reviews
The year they graduated from college, Julia and Frances, two lifelong friends, were caught up in a vicious crime. Julia was accused of murder and -- despite her protests of innocence (and her belief that Frances was the actual killer) -- she was convicted. She spends the next fifteen years in prison, while Frances, whom many believe actually committed the murder, lives as ...more
Paperback, 369 pages
Published April 1st 2000 by Pocket Books (first published December 28th 1997)
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I did like this book, mainly because MHC really does a good job of setting up multiple possible perps, but her writing at times almost childish, with some fairly clumsy phrasing. I did get sucked in to the mystery, and enjoyed the character of Fran, but the main character drove me nuts, she was such a victim. The passing nod to personal growth at the end, where she realizes that believing in yourself blah blah blah was too little too late.
Carol [Goodreads Addict]
I was waiting on a library hold so I plucked this book off my shelf from a library book sale of some time ago. I guess my reading tastes as of late have changed because I used to really enjoy Mary Higgins Clark but I didn't enjoy this book as much as I should have. Molly was the somewhat privileged wife of a Dr. that is found murdered and she is convicted of his murder. After 5-1/2 years of prison she is released. She is determined to prove her innocence and asks for the help of her childhood cl ...more
I have to agree with the description of the book here on Goodreads in that the conspiracy involving physicians seems a bit much, but the book was interesting with a nice twist at the end.
I absolutely LOVVEEEEDDDD this book!! Great story line/plot. Keeps you interested until the very end. The best part is not knowing who the actual killer was. Sometimes you really did think that the main character had gone crazy and had really killed her husband and husbands gf. Amazing book, definitely recommended!
This was the first Mary Higgins Clark book I've read. I like her writing style. She writes very short chapters making it easy to put down and pick up when you have only short periods available to read. Enjoyable mystery.
In Mary Higgins Clark's We'll Meet Again, she was no doubt the queen of suspense. When Molly Lasch returned home from her Cape Cod trip, she was the suspect of her husband's murder, when he was found dead in their bedroom Six years after she was released from prison, she came to her friend Fran to help prove her innocence that she didn't crush Gary's skull with a blunt object. She had no memory of the crime. With help from Fran on research and a true crime program, they discovered some shocking ...more
Lybo Buchanan
Very good. Better not say much else, to avoid any spoilers.
Shandi Leonard
Murder, conspiracy, betrayal and lies. All are what you will find in this amazing book. Molly is convicted of murdering her husband after she finds out about an affair her doctor husband had with a nurse which produced a child. She went to prison with not remembering events occurring during his murder. Upon getting out she starts to remember insignificant things of that night. Or so she thought. As conspiracy threatens her livelihood again, her late husbands mistress is found murdered within hou ...more
Imane Aannaque
Very thrilling book indeed ! But even if the murderer was completely unexpected, my sister was right : with this being my third Mary Higgins Clark's book, her unexpectedness becomes totally expected if you know what I mean :p ! The three murderers had something in common .. I guess I'll be able to guess who the next murderer is in her next book :D !
"We'll Meet Again" is another book in the long list of excellent and very entertaining mysteries by Mary Higgins Clark.
This story is about Molly, a wife convicted of murdering her cheating husband, Gary. She does not remember the night of his death at all. When she is released from prison she asks her friend, Fran, an investigative reporter to help her find her husband's murderer, even if it turns out to be herself (Molly). While Fran investigates, another murder is committed and it looks like M
Definitely a page-turner that I didn't want to put down. I hadn't read one of MHC's books in several years, but she was definitely my favorite author as a child and this book didn't disappoint. About 75% of the way through, I had several questions that weren't answered and that I didn't see getting answered. I'm always impressed by Clark's ability to seamlessly tie up all the loose ends. The fast-paced denouement reminded me of my favorite book by her, "All Around the Town." Similar to another r ...more
I am a fan of Ms. Clark and have read most of her books. I was expecting this one to be like the others; the first page grabbed me, as usual. Unfortunately, by the halfway point of the book I was totally annoyed with the main character, Molly. She was weak and I found her reaction to another character's death just plain stupid. I also was disappointed with the ending and felt Ms. Clark just wanted to end the book and just picked a character out of the blue as the murderer. Of all the likely susp ...more
Megan Fermo
My first Mary Higgins Clark book...big disappointment. This author is overrated.
Kim Dempsey
I thoroughly loved this audio book. Audio books are saving my sanity from all the driving I do to and from my son's school. I spend 3 hours a day in the car, and this book was one of my favorites! The story was easy to follow and the characters were very intense yet easy to read and picture in my head.

My son and I both thought we had it figured out as to who killed Mr. Lasch, but what a surprise. I loved the ending! I also loved that there were 2 storylines and how they were connected was fascin
Πάνος Τουρλής
Από τα καλύτερά της έργα. Μια ένοχη γυναίκα, ένας κύκλος φίλων ή μήπως εχθρών;Καρφί στην κοινωνική ασφάλιση και στα προβλήματα που προκαλεί στους ασθενείς η αμερικανική πρόνοια. Ένα καλά δουλεμένο παζλ που τα κομμάτια του μπαίνουν αργά αργά στη θέση τους. Κάποιος είδε κάτι. Κάποιος έκανε κάτι. Ποιος σκότωσε; Ποιος ο κινητήριος μοχλός;Μια γυναίκα με έναν άρρωστο γιο ξέρει αλλά δε μιλά. Και στην τελευταία σελίδα το τελευταίο κομμάτι που σε κάνει να ψάχνεις το επόμενο βιβλίο της συγγραφέως.

Στα ελλ
Anne Claire
C'est la stupeur dans la bonne socit de Greenwich, dans le Connecticut : le jeune et brillant chirurgien Gary Lasch est retrouv la tte fracasse par une statuette de bronze. Les soupons se portent immdiatement sur son pouse, Molly, qui clame son innocence. Tous les tmoignages l'accusent et elle est condamne six ans de rclusion. Quand elle sort de prison, Jenna et Fran, ses deux amies d'enfance, dcident de l'aider prouver son innocence. Ds lors, les trois femmes devront se plonger dans leur pass ...more
Another great novel by MHC. Some may say that she is as predictable about crime and mystery novels as Danielle Steele is about romance but I never tire of her writing style. There were quite a few turns in this book with just the crimes alone, then you add in the several love triangles and it set another tone. It is amazing to me that a new journalist/reporter along with the lawyer of the famous Molly Lasch were the ones to truly crack the case apart and prove her innocence. I think the big shoc ...more
Dr. Gary Lasch, prominent Greenwich, Connecticut, doctor and founder of the HMO Remington Health Management, is found dead in his home, his skull crushed by a blow with a heavy bronze sculpture, and his wife, Molly, in bed covered with his blood. It was the Lasches' housekeeper, Edna Barry, who made the grisly discovery the morning after Molly's unexpectedly early return from Cape Cod, where she had gone to seclude herself upon learning of her husband's infidelity. As the evidence against Molly ...more
Il voto sarebbe dovuto essere 2,5 stelline, ma le ultime dieci pagine hanno cambiato tutto.
Davvero, se tutto il libro fosse stato intrigante, veloce, pieno di azione e suspance (con un pizzico di sorpresa)come nelle ultime 10 pagine, avrei dato mille stelline a questo libro, e fatto una danza per strada in onore dell'autrice.
Purtroppo non è stato così, ed io posso risparmiarmi una figuraccia in strada.

La trama sa di scontato in alcuni punti, il classico omicidio americano che coinvolge più perso
Haryadi Yansyah
Hati Molly Carpenter Lasch remuk takkala mengetahui suami yang ia sayangi –Dr. Gary Lasch, kedapatan menjalin hubungan dengan seorang perawat di Lasch Hospital. Nama perawat itu Annamarie Scalli. Diakui Molly bahwa Annamarie memang perawat yang cantik mempesona, tapi, mendapati suaminya menjalin hubungan terlarang dengan perempuan itu membuat dirinya menjadi ”gila”.

Duka belum juga beranjak ketika suaminya ditemukan terbunuh di ruang kerja rumahnya. Dada suaminya remuk dihantam benda keras. Sialn
I used to devour MHC books. I got this at a library purge sale with about 130 other audio books. Thought I'd give it a listen & maybe renew an old acquaintance.
Is this typical of the books I used to love? What did I see in them?
A loose plot wrapped up in a heartbeat. But the most annoying thing...90% of the time the characters were referred to by their first AND last names. Not just minor characters but the main characters. The dead husband, the scorned wife, friends, lawyers...everyon
Mary Higgins Clark is definitely the queen of suspense! This book was a real page turner. One thing I especially like about her books is that she ties up all the loose ends. You are kept guessing till the end who the "bad guy" is. The only reason I gave this book 4 stars instead of 5 is because I found the main character hard to like. She was whiny and weak, I guess many woman are like her but I am just not a person to play the victim, I kept waiting for her to get mad and take charge. This book ...more
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"Dr Gary Lasch is found dead at his desk. The murder stuns his elite Connecticut community - especially when his beautiful young wife, Molly, is arrested and charged with his murder. Six years later, on Molly's release from prison, she reasserts her innocence in front of reporters gathered at the prison gates. Among them is an old schoolfriend, Fran Simmons, who is currently working as an investigative reporter for a true crime television series. Determined to prove her innocence, Molly
Annette Slatner
This is a typical Mary Higgins Clark suspense story and with all the twists and turns that is her style. You don't know who until the end who dun it! Fran is an investigator with a TV show about True Crime trying to exonerate Molly who is a victims victim! Everything goes wrong till it goes right and the truth comes out about experimental doctoring and medicine that helps no one but the heads of the HMO! Fascinating read! You'll love it!
Classic Clark mystery. A wealthy wife of a doctor takes a plea for the murder of her husband, which she can't remember. Five years later as she is parolled she tries to recall the events of the night with the help of a old school friend who is now a reporter. Lots of suspects and a good twist. Might have given 4 stars is the main character wasn't so passive.
Molly is woken by the maid early on Monday morning. The maid finds Molly fully dressed and covered with blood. In the study downstairs, Molly's husband is found hit over the head with one of his many sculptures. Molly is interrogated and found guilty. She does five years in prison, but she is determined that she never killed her husband. When she is released from prison, she hires an investigative reporter to help her find what truly happened that night. Molly does not remember what happened, bu ...more
I didn't finish this book - it was so obvious what the plot was and who the killer was that I felt it would just be a waste of time when I could be reading something better.

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After serving six years in prison for the manslaughter of her husband, Molly Carpenter Lasch emerges to face the media a changed and damaged woman. The evidence against her for the death of the influential Dr Lasch was irrefutable, but she has no memory whatsoever of the night that she apparently crushed his
Juan Carlos
An amazing story, which keeps the curiosity about the Gary killer identity until the end. A very long investigation carried on by an old Molly classmate, journalist, and a lot of details about Mr. Lasch's hospital makes the novel a fantastic read for all the crime novels lovers. Wanna read more books by Higgins Clark!
good read. a wife spends 5 years in prison for being accused of killing her husband but she remembers nothiung of the night. has she been set up by someone who works at her husbands hospital? a reporter named fran gets on the case and starts finding startiling clues.
Trish Stanton
What can I say? Mary Higgins Clark is a master suspense story teller. A famous doctor is found dead and we must follow to see 'who done it'. If you like suspense novels, jump in and read. If you like female leads, jump in with both feet.
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Mary Higgins Clark, #1 international and New York Times bestselling author, is the author of 46 books and counting: she’s written thirty-three suspense novels; three collections of short stories; a historical novel, Mount Vernon Love Story; two children’s books, including The Magical Christmas Horse; and a memoir, Kitchen Privileges. She has also written five holiday suspense novels with Carol Hig ...more
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