Pretend You Don't See Her by Mary Higgins Clark

By Mary Higgins Clark

Mary Higgins Clark sends chills down readers' spines with the tale of Lacey Farrell, a emerging superstar at the big apple genuine property scene. sooner or later, whereas displaying a sumptuous skyline co-op, Lacey is witness to a homicide -- and to the death phrases of the victim.... The demise lady is confident that the attacker used to be after her lifeless daughter's magazine -- which Lacey provides to the police, yet no longer prior to creating a reproduction for herself. It's an impulse that later proves approximately deadly.
positioned within the witness safety software and despatched to stay within the Minneapolis quarter, Lacey needs to think a pretend identification, at the very least until eventually the killer should be delivered to trial. There she meets Tom Lynch, a radio talk-show host whom she tentatively starts thus far -- until eventually the stress of deception makes her holiday it off. Then she discovers the killer has traced her to Minneapolis. Armed with not anything greater than her personal braveness and clues from the magazine, Lacey heads again to long island, made up our minds to discover who's in the back of the deaths of the 2 girls -- ahead of she's the subsequent casualty.
straight away seductive and scary, Pretend You Don't See Her is the "mistress of excessive tension" (The New Yorker) at her inventive most sensible.

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Hawley opensŠthe parcel, extracts a blue waist-nipper. “I shall help youŠwith it,” he says. Before long I am cinched. My waist pressed, narrowed. Naked breasts above and naked bottom below. He handlesŠmy breasts, my bulging bottom. He draws a finger betweenŠmy nether lips. “You look splendid,” he says. ” “Margaret? ” He chuckles. He pats my bottom. ” CHAPTER FOUR One morning in the month of June, my cousin Gertrude arrived at my father’s manor. She was to pass the summerŠwith us while her parents were in Bavaria.

His amusement. HisŠfingers in the wet. His fat sausage in my hand. I like themŠfat. The hot throbbing. I have sharp appetites. I think of Nigel again. His talk of Arthur Hawley. His loss to Arthur Hawley. I close my ears. The anger like aŠstone in my chest. My trembling. He is in his room now. Nigel is in his room in the midst of his comforts. Does he use one of the maids? Perhaps heŠdoes. The white globe of her bottom as a footstool. HisŠfoot upon the white flesh. The toe of his shoe in the crack.

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