Max Anadon's Reviews > Pretend You Don'T See Her

Pretend You Don'T See Her by Mary Higgins Clark
Rate this book
Clear rating

's review
Jul 20, 09

liked it
Recommended for: suspense fans
Read in July, 2009 , read count: 1

I haven't read a lot of MHC, but this was a nice light read, and I was satisfied.

Lacey Farrell is a real estate agent in NY, and arrives at a client's apartment just after she's been shot. The dying woman makes a request of Lacey that gets her involved in the past death/murder of the woman's daughter. Seeing the murderer, Lacey must enter Witness Protection.

A couple of holes (at the beginning, a professional killer (pleased at himself for always being careful), trails Lacey but cannot kill her (wounds niece instead). Also, once the paid killer fails, he would be a liability for the paying boss, so logic would say that the hit would be out on the killer. Regardless, this was satisfying for my mood.

Sign into Goodreads to see if any of your friends have read Pretend You Don'T See Her.
Sign In »

No comments have been added yet.