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Ratings and Book Reviews (6 32 star ratings
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    Riveting

    As always, this author delivers a plot twisting story with multifaceted characters. The timely subject matter can be ripped right from the headlines. A great writer.
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    Bitter sweet!

    As with every one of Mary's books, I loved this page turner and did not want it to end. What was different this time around is that I feel like I've lost a friend--one that I've had for roughly thirty years. God bless you, Queen. You will be greatly missed.
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    A good suspense novel.

    Mary Higgins Clark's books are usually driven by one of two motives - greed or jealousy. This book is no exception. Have authors forgotten how to tell stories in chronological order (this is a criticism of all authors not just this one). The book contains three sections - the first one in "present" time, the second that starts about two years early with a different POV character and the catches up to the present. The third section is once again present and mostly with the first POV character. (The switching of POV characters is annoying but not unexpected since it is in most of Mary Higgins Clark's books). There is no reason the story had to be told out of order - the second section could of been told first. Or the second section could have been left out entirely and the story filling in what happened earlier. It's a reasonable book typical of Mary Higgins Clark's story telling.
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    Brilliant Plot Twists

    Mary Higgins Clark is back in all her suspenseful best. Gina Kane, freelance investigative reporter, delves into REL News when she's contacted about young female employees ME TOO experiences. The more Gina learns the more someone on the inside is plotting t remove all obstacles to the upcoming IPO. The plot twists are brilliant!
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    Not great

    Plot didn’t seem realistic from the start and the story switched to another character halfway through for so long I forgot about that character completely.
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