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About the Author: Mary Higgins Clark

The 1 New York Times bestselling author Mary Higgins Clark has written thirty eight suspense novels, four collections of short stories, a his torical novel, a memoir, and two children s books With bestselling author Alafair Burke she wrote the Under Suspicion series With her daughter Carol Higgins Clark, she has coauthored fivesuspense novels Clark s books have soldthan 100 million copies in the United States alone Her books are beloved around the world and made her an international bestseller many times over.



10 thoughts on “A Hora do Mocho

  1. Phrynne Phrynne says:

    This was a pleasant enough mystery but I found myself urging it on towards its conclusion and even skimming a few paragraphs here and there to speed things up It just seemed to move so very slowly There was not even much fun in trying to work out the murderer since the author supplied such a plethora of possibilities, all of them equally unpleasant people and each absolutely deserving of a possible life sentence That s a long winded way of saying I didn t care whodunit.An okay read but not This was a pleasant enough mystery but I found myself urging it on towards its conclusion and even skimming a few paragraphs here and there to speed things up It just seemed to move so very slowly There was not even much fun in trying to work out the murderer since the author supplied such a plethora of possibilities, all of them equally unpleasant people and each absolutely deserving of a possible life sentence That s a long winded way of saying I didn t care whodunit.An okay read but not outstanding in any way

  2. Daniella Daniella says:

    Sure, I love red herrings in my mystery novels Who doesn t But this was just ridiculous Too many red herrings in this one everything felt chaotic and topsy turvy Plus, Jean, the protagonist, was so stupid she deserved to die Ugh I have so much hate for her character.

  3. Jerry B Jerry B says:

    Tighter editing might have improved murder mysteryWe are longtime readers of Clark every book except her memoirs and would like to express some amazement that she keeps pumping them out at age 75 But while the premise of this attempted thriller is OK, the storyline gets tiresome the novel might well be somebody s master s thesis on red herrings The plot reveals that in the over 20 years since a male classmate, playing an owl in a school skit, is humiliated by his classmates, he syste Tighter editing might have improved murder mysteryWe are longtime readers of Clark every book except her memoirs and would like to express some amazement that she keeps pumping them out at age 75 But while the premise of this attempted thriller is OK, the storyline gets tiresome the novel might well be somebody s master s thesis on red herrings The plot reveals that in the over 20 years since a male classmate, playing an owl in a school skit, is humiliated by his classmates, he systematically murders off the list of seven girlfriends who always ate lunch together Five are already dead when the 20th reunion arrives, but he has been so clever that nobody in law enforcement has even suspected foul play, let alone the connection between the deaths As the classmates arrive for the big weekend, he is not only planning the imminent deaths of the remaining two, Laura and Jean, but also plans to off Jean s adopted at birth baby girl whose identity he has somehow learned The prime male attendees are all suspects for the Owl , including dark playwright Carter, caustic comedian Robby, real estate tycoon Jack, sit com producer Gordon, and talk show psychiatrist Mark For a couple of hundred pages, short chapters alternate between all these players, throwing out suspicion after suspicion to keep us readers totally on edge Unfortunately, the red herrings soon grow into a mountain, and we just started getting tired and wanted the whole thing over When the Owl kidnaps Laura but conveniently keeps her alive so that he can kill Jean and her daughter while she watches , and then Jean, it s a long stretch to believe the women would follow his commandment to never utter his name so that we wouldn t know who In the end, while the bad guy was a modest surprise, we were pretty much beyond caring.This time Clark s story took on a somewhat different nature She lately has featured high achieving leading ladies who go on to solve any and every crime despite the best but ineffective efforts of the professionals Sometimes these women are unbelievably gorgeous, smart, and resourceful, which gets to be a strain of credibility But in Nighttime , the serial killer gets most of the attention, which may help explain why we weren t that thrilled by the climax we just weren t that terror stricken for the intended victims If some of the nearly hundred chapters, all short and almost all featuring numerous changes of scenes and speaking characters, could have been pared and led us straighter line to a satisfying ending, we might have beenenad with this tale As it is, we hope Clark will go for higher quality next time, or get better editors, or gasp consider whether it might be time to retire the word processor We d prefer the former

  4. Alisha Alisha says:

    I ve never read a Mary Higgins Clark book before, and yes, they re clean as a whistle but BORING I could barely make it threw the page turner I didn t care who the killer was because I didn t care about any of the characters and her style of writing is so boring Maybe I would have liked her in, say, junior high But even then I would have known the book was an easy read I found myself hoping her main character Jean would be knocked off, big surprise, she wasn t Are all her main characte I ve never read a Mary Higgins Clark book before, and yes, they re clean as a whistle but BORING I could barely make it threw the page turner I didn t care who the killer was because I didn t care about any of the characters and her style of writing is so boring Maybe I would have liked her in, say, junior high But even then I would have known the book was an easy read I found myself hoping her main character Jean would be knocked off, big surprise, she wasn t Are all her main characters kind, dumb, well educated good people I won t read any of her books to find out If I had to chose between reading another of her books or staring at a wall for an equal amount of time, I d pick staring at the wall At least then an original thought or a shred of human insight might pop into my brain

  5. debbicat debbicat says:

    I don t think I am a Mary Higgins Clark kind of reader It was okay, but somewhat boring I could barely tolerate it at times on my walk If it hadn t been for the fact that I liked the narrator so much, I likely would have abandoned it long before the last half of the book Sorry It is what it is Just not for me I don t think I will try another one Too slow.

  6. Rajish Maharaj Rajish Maharaj says:

    For me the story line progressed to slow I ecpected jea,s character to be smarter in her choices and reactions I did end up skimming several pages

  7. Lori Lori says:

    A class reunion provides the backdrop for this novel A serial killer appears to be at work Much of the book concerns itself with one member missing and others concerned the last member of a group will be the next victim I did not enjoy this book Too much action came from tiresome conversation I never got past apathy for all the characters I considered abandoning the book several times, but I wanted to read a book by Clark after her death I obviously picked the wrong one from my library s A class reunion provides the backdrop for this novel A serial killer appears to be at work Much of the book concerns itself with one member missing and others concerned the last member of a group will be the next victim I did not enjoy this book Too much action came from tiresome conversation I never got past apathy for all the characters I considered abandoning the book several times, but I wanted to read a book by Clark after her death I obviously picked the wrong one from my library s e book collection

  8. Rachel Rachel says:

    I needed something to read while we waited for a plane, so I bought this at a bookstore in the airport Overall, I found the story a bit shallow The author s efforts to keep the murder s name hidden from the reader, in my opinion, were painfully forced Her efforts to build suspense up until the final reveal in the end were overwhelmingly blatant, but effective It was so effective that the reveal seemed like a let down I think the book would have been much better if she had just revealed the I needed something to read while we waited for a plane, so I bought this at a bookstore in the airport Overall, I found the story a bit shallow The author s efforts to keep the murder s name hidden from the reader, in my opinion, were painfully forced Her efforts to build suspense up until the final reveal in the end were overwhelmingly blatant, but effective It was so effective that the reveal seemed like a let down I think the book would have been much better if she had just revealed the assailant s identity slowly Then she could have used the question of whether or not the assailant would kill off the major characters to drive the suspense Her efforts to try to use both even though one was obviously awkward the hiding of the assailant s identity irritated me and made the book much less enjoyable

  9. Emily Emily says:

    This was my first Mary Higgins Clark book I really liked it I wasn t able to figure out who The Owl murderer was I had it narrowed down to 2 characters was completely wrong I love that in a book My only complaint is that there were SO MANY characters I had a hard time keeping them all straight Definitely look forward to readingMHC books This was my first Mary Higgins Clark book I really liked it I wasn t able to figure out who The Owl murderer was I had it narrowed down to 2 characters was completely wrong I love that in a book My only complaint is that there were SO MANY characters I had a hard time keeping them all straight Definitely look forward to readingMHC books

  10. Nadine Nadine says:

    Jean goes back to her hometown for a school reunion, someone has found out she had had given up a daughter for adoption when she was 18 and they are sending her messages making her believe Lily s life is in danger when one for her classmates goes missing young reporter points out that 5 of the girls that used to sit at the same lunch table at school have died in the past 20 years and there is only 2 of them left including Jean.We do know that the killer is one of the honorees who attended the r Jean goes back to her hometown for a school reunion, someone has found out she had had given up a daughter for adoption when she was 18 and they are sending her messages making her believe Lily s life is in danger when one for her classmates goes missing young reporter points out that 5 of the girls that used to sit at the same lunch table at school have died in the past 20 years and there is only 2 of them left including Jean.We do know that the killer is one of the honorees who attended the reunion but we don t know which one, he refers to himself as The owl and there is something about all of them that makes them sound guilty.With the help of Sam Deegan a detective, Jean needs to find out where her daughter is and who adopted her to warn them that her life is in danger and also figure out which one of her classmates is The Owl This was my first Mary Higgins Clark book and I absolutely loved it, I cannot wait to check out her other books

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