You Belong To Me
In this breathtaking new novel from the reigning diva of suspense, a psychopathic killer stalks lonely women aboard cruise ships -- giving grisly new significance to the lyrics of an old sweet song... When psychologist Dr. Susan Chandler uses her call-in radio show to explore the issue of... show more
In this breathtaking new novel from the reigning diva of suspense, a psychopathic killer stalks lonely women aboard cruise ships -- giving grisly new significance to the lyrics of an old sweet song... When psychologist Dr. Susan Chandler uses her call-in radio show to explore the issue of lonesome women who disappear and are later found to have been victims of seductive killers, she has no way of knowing she is exposing herself -- and those closest to her -- to the very horror she is warning others against. After a listener calls in offering information about the mysterious disappearance from a luxury ocean liner of wealthy investment advisor Regina Clausen, the caller meets with a terrible accident. Or so say the police. As Susan begins to investigate, she quickly finds herself in a race against time -- and an assassin who targets not only vulnerable women, but anyone who might offer clues to his identity. Inching closer to the truth, Susan makes shocking dual discoveries: that the killer may be an important figure in her own life, and that she herself is marked for murder. As unpredictable as it is daring, You Belong To Me delivers a series of electrifying jolts as Mary Higgins Clark makes yet another brilliant entry in the annals of classic suspense.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: April 1st 1999
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Murder Mystery
Have you ever read more than one MHC book before this? You have. Well then don’t bother with this one, because you will find nothing new and nothing remotely interesting in it.What has this book got? Upper class lonely women getting whacked by upper class psycho male, while travelling on upper class...
This is one of my mom's books that I stole from her shelf. I can't say that I love Mary Higgins Clark nor is the book absolutely amazing but it was good. It served it's purpose of a light read that I could enjoy while lounging around. It was an original story and plot with an interesting incorporati...
I read this author sometimes because I have a friend who really loves her, and she gives me the books. The stories are a tad simplistic for my tastes, but Clark writes well, and the mysteries are fun.