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Unable to forgive herself for the death of her two-year-old son Bobby in a car accident, Menley Nichols' marriage to Adam starts to fall apart - until the birth of their daughter Hannah. Determined to rebuild a life together around their precious baby, Menley and Adam decide to rent a house on Cape Cod for a month, confidant that the tranquility of the place will be ideal Unable to forgive herself for the death of her two-year-old son Bobby in a car accident, Menley Nichols' marriage to Adam starts to fall apart - until the birth of their daughter Hannah. Determined to rebuild a life together around their precious baby, Menley and Adam decide to rent a house on Cape Cod for a month, confidant that the tranquility of the place will be ideal for Menley and little Hannah. But the peace they crave is disturbed when strange things start to happen - incidents which make Menley relive the horror of the accident in which she lost Bobby... incidents which make her fear for Hannah. And step by step, Menley and Adam are drawn into a dark and sinister web of events which threatens their marriage, their child and ultimately Menley's sanity.


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Unable to forgive herself for the death of her two-year-old son Bobby in a car accident, Menley Nichols' marriage to Adam starts to fall apart - until the birth of their daughter Hannah. Determined to rebuild a life together around their precious baby, Menley and Adam decide to rent a house on Cape Cod for a month, confidant that the tranquility of the place will be ideal Unable to forgive herself for the death of her two-year-old son Bobby in a car accident, Menley Nichols' marriage to Adam starts to fall apart - until the birth of their daughter Hannah. Determined to rebuild a life together around their precious baby, Menley and Adam decide to rent a house on Cape Cod for a month, confidant that the tranquility of the place will be ideal for Menley and little Hannah. But the peace they crave is disturbed when strange things start to happen - incidents which make Menley relive the horror of the accident in which she lost Bobby... incidents which make her fear for Hannah. And step by step, Menley and Adam are drawn into a dark and sinister web of events which threatens their marriage, their child and ultimately Menley's sanity.

30 review for Remember Me

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jess ❈Harbinger of Blood-Soaked Rainbows❈

    Read a book you can read in one calendar day. I know that this book is not literary in any way, and it is probably not as good as most books I gave three stars to, but I'm giving this a 3.5 because, you know what? just so we're clear. I know these books are cozy mysteries. I know they are predictable. I know that I have read 80% of this woman's collected works and can guess the whodunit at like 20%. I know that the writing isn't good. Guess what? Because I breezed through this cozy mystery in less t Read a book you can read in one calendar day. I know that this book is not literary in any way, and it is probably not as good as most books I gave three stars to, but I'm giving this a 3.5 because, you know what? just so we're clear. I know these books are cozy mysteries. I know they are predictable. I know that I have read 80% of this woman's collected works and can guess the whodunit at like 20%. I know that the writing isn't good. Guess what? Because I breezed through this cozy mystery in less than one day, and it was fun. I enjoy Mary Higgins Clark probably because she was the first "adult" author I had ever read. My mother and grandmother both read and loved her books and passed them all down to me. I still like to pick up the rare ones I haven't read, and even though I know what will happen, they serve their purpose which is to entertain me. I feel that everyone who reads has a set of criteria with which they judge books. Characterization and originality are very high up on my list. I also believe that everyone who reads has those books that are exceptions. Mary Higgins Clark's books are my exceptions. The characters are cut-outs, the dialogue is crap, and there is nothing in this book that you can't find in any cozy mystery anywhere else on earth. But I read them anyway. Menley is a successful children's author with a hotshot lawyer husband and a new baby girl. They decide to rent a summer house on Cape Cod with an interesting and spooky history and busybody neighbors. Menley's husband Adam grew up on Cape Cod and all his friends are still there including the local real estate agent, Elaine whose past is intimately connected with Adam's. Elaine convinces Adam to take on a high-profile murder case involving a sketchy accident involving an heiress, Vivian, and her new blue-collar husband Scott, who may or may not be responsible for her death. While Adam is tied up with the case, Menley decides to do some research for her next book which she hopes to set on Cape Cod. She begins to dig into the history of her own rental, "Remember House" which is starting to give off some creepy vibes. These chilling and creepy nights she spends alone begin to tear her down and memories of her toddler son's death come flooding back to her in crippling panic attacks. Add to that whispering neighbors, folks with secrets to hide, and a possible killer living down the beach, Menley starts to look a little cray cray as she tries to find out what happened in her house and also what happened to Vivian. This is the perfect kind of book to start out a vacation, which I did, and I also believe it to be one of Clark's better novels that I've read. I enjoyed Menley as a character, and her struggle to be a new mom while still suffering from the PTSD of losing her son in an accident which she feels responsible for added a nice dimension to the mystery. Nothing mind-blowing here, but it was pleasant. And pleasant adds a half star even though the writing and story can leave much to be desired at times. SO THERE.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lexy

    Remember me was a great book

  3. 5 out of 5

    Carol

    I really enjoyed this book until the last page or two, and then I remembered being disappointed by one of the Clarks before. Mary Higgins Clark obviously does her research and she sets a well paced story with interesting characters. Her process of educating the reader is integral to the narrative rather than a thinly veiled attempt to show us how much she knows. (Thank you so much!) The last "note", however, was as anticlimactic as possible. Had she placeced that tidbit a littel earlier, it would I really enjoyed this book until the last page or two, and then I remembered being disappointed by one of the Clarks before. Mary Higgins Clark obviously does her research and she sets a well paced story with interesting characters. Her process of educating the reader is integral to the narrative rather than a thinly veiled attempt to show us how much she knows. (Thank you so much!) The last "note", however, was as anticlimactic as possible. Had she placeced that tidbit a littel earlier, it would have been interesting and perhaps might have helped to build the tension. At the end, it overshadowed the mystery and put this book ino the psuedo-irony category. My conclusion is that I'll continue to read her books; but I'll skip the last paragraph.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nels

    5 out of 5 stars We have a winner. This book is officially my favorite Mary Higgins Clark. ❤️❤️ What an intriguing book full of so many secrets and lies, fantastic characters and historical elements. Well written suspense.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    Reread for book club- good mystery and I had forgotten everything. The climax was saved until the very last few pages and everything seemed to resolve quickly. Logically the motives seemed a little far fetched, but was a still a good Mary Higgins Clark book. Read in 2005: One of my favorite suspense/mysteries! Full of thrills and ghost stories, I had to keep my roomate up with me just to go to the bathroom afterwards.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    This is my all-time favorite Mary Higgins Clark book. What I like most about Clark is that I can count on the book to be clean, yet entertaining--a combination that's hard to come by these days. This one is set along the northeast coastline and has a windswept, cottage feel. This is my all-time favorite Mary Higgins Clark book. What I like most about Clark is that I can count on the book to be clean, yet entertaining--a combination that's hard to come by these days. This one is set along the northeast coastline and has a windswept, cottage feel.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Bethlany

    This book was so amazing! I had no idea how it was supposed to end and when Mary finally wrapped it up I was blown away! She will always be my favorite author!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lesley

    This was one of my favorite authors when I was a teenager and I think I read this back then as it seems familiar. All I can say now that doesn't give me the same "wow" feeling! But fast paced satisfactory story! This was one of my favorite authors when I was a teenager and I think I read this back then as it seems familiar. All I can say now that doesn't give me the same "wow" feeling! But fast paced satisfactory story!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Janebbooks

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. THE QUEEN OF ROMANTIC SUSPENSE WRiTES A GHOST STORY.... In an introduction to this novel, Mary Higgins Clark acknowledges reading several books of folk legends and history about Cape Cod and its outer islands near Boston, Massachusetts. REMEMBER ME (first published in 1994) is the result of her readings and introduces us to an authentic Captain's house on a bluff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean...an old house that is the object of a few local legends, filled with hidden rooms, once empty for 35 ye THE QUEEN OF ROMANTIC SUSPENSE WRiTES A GHOST STORY.... In an introduction to this novel, Mary Higgins Clark acknowledges reading several books of folk legends and history about Cape Cod and its outer islands near Boston, Massachusetts. REMEMBER ME (first published in 1994) is the result of her readings and introduces us to an authentic Captain's house on a bluff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean...an old house that is the object of a few local legends, filled with hidden rooms, once empty for 35 years. Around Cape Cod, the story is that a sea captain named Andrew Freeman built the house for his young bride in the late 1600s. Although the house was originally called Nickquenum, an Indian word that means "I am going home," the residents of nearby Chatham have dubbed it Remember House after a story about a woman who knew she was going to die when her baby was born and changed the name so the child would always remember her. At the beginning of the story, Clark introduces us to Adam Nichols, a criminal attorney, and his wife Menley, a writer of children's stories, who live in Manhattan. Adam's family always summered at Cape Cod, so he rents the restored captain's house for a bit of rest and relaxation with his wife and their new baby daughter Hannah. Their first child, a son, had been killed in an accident a couple of years before the time of the story. Mary Higgins Clark has always endeared readers with her romantic suspense and singular heroines. In this novel, she introduces a plethora of islanders...practically a whole village. There's Scott Covey who has married a wealthy spinster who drowns in an scuba accident off Monomoy Island shortly after the wedding. There's Phoebe Sprague and her husband Henry, a retired couple, who live next door to the Covey's. Phoebe was writing a history of the Cape but is in the throes of Alzeimer's. There's the widow Jan Paley whose husband died of a stroke incurred while restoring Remember House one hot summer day; she is presently leasing but thinking about selling the property. And there is Elaine Atlkins, a family friend and local realtor, who changes the location of the Nichols' vacation home at the last minute. Although Clark inserts a cradle rocking by itself, sightings of a woman with baby on the widow's walk, and strange other events including a few mysterious sounds during the course of the story, Remember House, in the end, is just a dark, old house with a name...just a setting...no ghosts are found.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Abbie

    I've always been a fan of Mary Higgins Clark and this book just increases my love for her work. Remember Me is a beautifully written novel that blends intrigue, suspense and drama into a delightful little package. The story centers on Menley Nichols, the wife of the high-profile defense attorney Adam Nichols. She is plagued by the unfortunate death of her two-year-old son Bobby, and suffers from Post-traumatic stress disorder. Hoping to mend their failing marriage, the couple move into Remember I've always been a fan of Mary Higgins Clark and this book just increases my love for her work. Remember Me is a beautifully written novel that blends intrigue, suspense and drama into a delightful little package. The story centers on Menley Nichols, the wife of the high-profile defense attorney Adam Nichols. She is plagued by the unfortunate death of her two-year-old son Bobby, and suffers from Post-traumatic stress disorder. Hoping to mend their failing marriage, the couple move into Remember House on Cape Cod and try to start over with their little baby girl, Hannah. But the house itself contains haunting tales of its former owner, a captain who deserted his wife when he learned that his wife had been unfaithful. Soon enough, strange events begin to occur in the house and Menley begins to relive the horror of her son's death. In the dead of night she begins to hear the sounds of an oncoming train as well as her little boy calling out to her. Menley fears that she is becoming mentally unstable and tries desperately to find rational explanations for her strange experiences. Meanwhile, upon Menley's insistence, Adam becomes involved in defending Scott Covey, the primary suspect in the murder of his wealthy young wife. The Nichols become entangled in a web of mysteries that threaten to test their relationship as well as their safety. I felt like I was on a tight rope while I read this book. As the plot took on its twists and turns I found myself absorbed into the mystery. I mean one minute I'm sure this was going to happen then in the next instant I'm completely taken by surprise. When it was revealed that Adam's childhood friend, Elaine and his client were behind the mysterious occurrences at Remember House all I could say was: "I KNEW IT!!!' But yeah, I was a little bummed about the ending. All in all though, it was an incredible book.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Spencer

    2020 The ending was a bit of a surprise. Not about Scott, at all. He was pretty obviously repulsive throughout the entire book, despite the author's attempts to make him seem charming. But the twist of the girl mastermind behind the whole thing was a bit of a shock. Truthfully, I kept waiting for Adam to be the bad guy in this. Honestly, I found him almost intolerable the entire story. I was completely annoyed with him not trusting his wife at all. Especially when it came to the care of their 2020 The ending was a bit of a surprise. Not about Scott, at all. He was pretty obviously repulsive throughout the entire book, despite the author's attempts to make him seem charming. But the twist of the girl mastermind behind the whole thing was a bit of a shock. Truthfully, I kept waiting for Adam to be the bad guy in this. Honestly, I found him almost intolerable the entire story. I was completely annoyed with him not trusting his wife at all. Especially when it came to the care of their baby girl. Menley could have done so much better.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Naomi Liss

    LOVED this! Restored my faith in the mystery genre! This review will be a half talking about what I liked about the book and half complaining about the mystery genre. Here are some things about the mystery genre that are way overused and I’ve started to hate that this book does not rely on 1. Melodramatic and stupid characters. Especially more in the “thriller” genre, some of the characters just suck so much and their motivations make no sense and their actions just seem so forced. —The character LOVED this! Restored my faith in the mystery genre! This review will be a half talking about what I liked about the book and half complaining about the mystery genre. Here are some things about the mystery genre that are way overused and I’ve started to hate that this book does not rely on 1. Melodramatic and stupid characters. Especially more in the “thriller” genre, some of the characters just suck so much and their motivations make no sense and their actions just seem so forced. —The characters in this book are likeable and relatable and complex and believable and you want to figure out the mystery in part because it’s a good mystery and in part because you care about the characters. 2.Twists based on unreliable narrator/narrative tricks. I will admit some of these twists do shock me but it’s really less a twist of the story and just the author purposefully tricking you so you are surprised... for example a section of a book is narrated by who you are lead to believe is one character and it’s actually another character, or just the right details are left out to make you think one thing is happening when really it’s something else along. These can definitely be fun but I feel like they’re more about the author playing tricks on you then actually crafting a complex mystery. —Loved this book because you are really figuring out the mystery along with the characters instead of everyone knows the answer all along but the author is doing sneaky little things to make sure the reader doesn’t figure it out til the end. 3. Too many plot lines just for the sake of twists and turns.... like ok cool we figured out the sisters the killer (not talking about this book) did we really need the whole plot line where the creepy ex boyfriend comes back and stalks the main character that has nothing to do with anything?? —This book definitely has a lot going on and lot of plot lines but they all come together at the end!! Anyway, loved this book a lot!! Will definitely be reading more Mary Higgins Clark. There’s a reason they call her the queen of suspense!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Claudiu

    We all know that this is not the type of book that is popular nowadays, but I dare to say that lots of people will like it and here's why: this book is about a certain type of American life that has faded in the past years. A certain type of American lifestyle that was shown to us (the rest of the world) in the movies and sitcoms of the '90. This book reads like an old-fashioned mistery, it's like a movie that you forget once it's over, but the power of this book relies exactly in the parts that We all know that this is not the type of book that is popular nowadays, but I dare to say that lots of people will like it and here's why: this book is about a certain type of American life that has faded in the past years. A certain type of American lifestyle that was shown to us (the rest of the world) in the movies and sitcoms of the '90. This book reads like an old-fashioned mistery, it's like a movie that you forget once it's over, but the power of this book relies exactly in the parts that we might consider outdated or old-fashioned or even weaknesses of the story. It speaks about a world without smartphones, where time seemed so patient with people. I liked the atmosphere, the world and the lifestyle that we all wanted when we were kids. Revisiting the atmosphere in this book was such a joy for me and I do believe that other will like it too. In the end, though we are all connected by the internet, using smartphone, deep down our souls we still want neighbors like the Camdens (7th Heaven), maybe a coffee at Central Perk and live in a small Connecticut town called Stars Hollow.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Amanda McGill

    Super impressed with Remember Me. I wasn't expecting a murder mystery novel that I couldn't put down! There was a ton of moving parts in Remember Me. Scott and his wife Vivian are out sailing one day and decide to go scuba diving. A storm comes when they are down in the water and Vivian is swept into the ocean and is later found dead. One of the police officers is sure that this wasn't an accident. Minley and Adam are trying to overcome the tragic accident leading to the death of their son. They Super impressed with Remember Me. I wasn't expecting a murder mystery novel that I couldn't put down! There was a ton of moving parts in Remember Me. Scott and his wife Vivian are out sailing one day and decide to go scuba diving. A storm comes when they are down in the water and Vivian is swept into the ocean and is later found dead. One of the police officers is sure that this wasn't an accident. Minley and Adam are trying to overcome the tragic accident leading to the death of their son. They rent out a house for the summer, but Adam ends up taking on the case of Scott. Minley is left alone and begins to relive the horrible accident. There was a lot of characters in this novel, but once you figured out who was who, you get caught up in the story. I was really interested to know what had happened to Vivian as well as what was going on with Minley. Was everything a figment of her imagination? There was also a lot of subplots that I didn't care about (the historical aspect of the house that they were staying in). Overall a great read and I believe one of MHC's better novels.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Annie

    I was in the mood for a mystery and when I was in Providence, on my way to Cape Cod for the summer, this book was the first book I picked up when I was proozing in Salvation Army. It was really fun to read while I was in the Cape because a lot of the places, streets, restaurants they talked about, I knew where they were. It was a super easy read (almost equivalent to how I remember a Nancy Drew). I had trouble getting into it at first, especially since there were a lot of characters and the chap I was in the mood for a mystery and when I was in Providence, on my way to Cape Cod for the summer, this book was the first book I picked up when I was proozing in Salvation Army. It was really fun to read while I was in the Cape because a lot of the places, streets, restaurants they talked about, I knew where they were. It was a super easy read (almost equivalent to how I remember a Nancy Drew). I had trouble getting into it at first, especially since there were a lot of characters and the chapters were short and choppy. But once I figured out who everyone was and got more into the story it was a fun, easy read. The end made the whole story come together and it was not what I expected, although it was not a very exciting, thought provoking or intricate ending, it was still worth reading if you are going to the beach and want something extremely light.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Judie Dooley

    this is one of Mary Higgins Clark,s older books that somehow got pushed way back on my bookshelves at home. I'm glad I found it. Loved it as most of her books. A great psychological thriller that leaves you guessing right up to the end. If you like thrillers and haven't read this one yet I recommend you do. I think you'll enjoy it. this is one of Mary Higgins Clark,s older books that somehow got pushed way back on my bookshelves at home. I'm glad I found it. Loved it as most of her books. A great psychological thriller that leaves you guessing right up to the end. If you like thrillers and haven't read this one yet I recommend you do. I think you'll enjoy it.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sanjna Girish

    It was absolutely spectacular, thrilling and electrifying! Must read for anybody whose looking for a book with has suspense at every twist and turn! Mary Higgin Clark truly is the Queen Of Suspense! Looking forward to read the other ones she's written. It was absolutely spectacular, thrilling and electrifying! Must read for anybody whose looking for a book with has suspense at every twist and turn! Mary Higgin Clark truly is the Queen Of Suspense! Looking forward to read the other ones she's written.

  18. 4 out of 5

    OngoingRain

    Awesome, I didn't expect that ending. Like always, she has blown my mind away with a beautiful but kind of dark and misterious story writen in a way that makes me feel inside of the plot, in the story. Awesome, I didn't expect that ending. Like always, she has blown my mind away with a beautiful but kind of dark and misterious story writen in a way that makes me feel inside of the plot, in the story.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Nicky Wills

    This was a great one - and set in Chatham with mention of many places we’ve been!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sheila Samuelson (BookAddict30)

    Another great read by Mary Higgins Clark!! This book had BOTH Mystery and Thriller vibes to it which I loved!! Can't wait to read more of her books in the future!! Another great read by Mary Higgins Clark!! This book had BOTH Mystery and Thriller vibes to it which I loved!! Can't wait to read more of her books in the future!!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jo

    Rounded up for MHC, as I liked this one more than many others, despite the villain explaining things to the victim and the kind of nonsensical ending.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    Menley Nichols will never forgive herself for her 2 year old son’s death. Even though it was an accident, Menley has been blaming herself for his death and hasn’t stopped having nightmares and thoughts of suicide. Married to a high-profile criminal lawyer, Adam Nichols, her marriage begins to fall apart. Trying to save his marriage, Adam decides to rent a house in Cape Cod taking Menley and their baby Hanah there. Menley, taking advantage of the situation, decides to write a book about the house Menley Nichols will never forgive herself for her 2 year old son’s death. Even though it was an accident, Menley has been blaming herself for his death and hasn’t stopped having nightmares and thoughts of suicide. Married to a high-profile criminal lawyer, Adam Nichols, her marriage begins to fall apart. Trying to save his marriage, Adam decides to rent a house in Cape Cod taking Menley and their baby Hanah there. Menley, taking advantage of the situation, decides to write a book about the house they rented called Remember House. The house has its own ghosts and it was built in the eighteenth century by a sea captain for his bride. In the meantime, Adam decides to defend Scott Covey suspected for murdering his young and wealthy wife who drowned in a strong squall. Menley becomes friends with an Alzheimer’s victim who holds a few answers to Scott Covey’s wife’s murder and also to the Remember House ghosts. Amidst the ghostly happenings in the Remember House and things happening out of place, the book is a good read. There are still quite a few characters involved in the whole book but not as many as one of Mary Higgins Clark’s previous books that I have read. The characters in this book were easier to follow.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Marnie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Mary Higgins Clark does a good job of penning an easy read. Menley Nichols & her husband Adam are vacationing in a Cape house named Remember House. Dealing with a bit of post-traumatic stress after their 2 year old son gets killed by a train, Menley thinks she is going crazy only to discover that -SPOILER ALERT- Adam's "good buddy" Elaine & his client Scott Covey, who is on trial for the murder of his wife, have been playing cruel tricks on Menley to try to get her out of the picture so Elaine c Mary Higgins Clark does a good job of penning an easy read. Menley Nichols & her husband Adam are vacationing in a Cape house named Remember House. Dealing with a bit of post-traumatic stress after their 2 year old son gets killed by a train, Menley thinks she is going crazy only to discover that -SPOILER ALERT- Adam's "good buddy" Elaine & his client Scott Covey, who is on trial for the murder of his wife, have been playing cruel tricks on Menley to try to get her out of the picture so Elaine can have Adam for herself. The ending wasn't my favorite.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Angelica Watson (psst! amrutha)

    Mary Higgins Clark illustrates suspense and deception with perfect ease. This is my first high-school book read, and I thoroughly enjoyed, right from the beginning until the very end. She reels more and more suspense into her novels with the turn of every page, making it impossible for you to keep the book the down. The unique combination of haunts, ghostly feelings and a detective criminal story line, makes this story a memorable one. I will surely remember you ;) Wonderfully written, can't wait t Mary Higgins Clark illustrates suspense and deception with perfect ease. This is my first high-school book read, and I thoroughly enjoyed, right from the beginning until the very end. She reels more and more suspense into her novels with the turn of every page, making it impossible for you to keep the book the down. The unique combination of haunts, ghostly feelings and a detective criminal story line, makes this story a memorable one. I will surely remember you ;) Wonderfully written, can't wait to read the others. Three cheers to Mary!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ana Silva Rosa

    Prose style: 4 Plot: 5 Depth of characters: 4 Originality: 3 Entertaining: 4 Emotional Reaction: 4 Intellectual Stimulation: 5 As much as I liked the unexpected end, the whole story seemed to me a lot like the Rebecca's, by Daphne du Maurier, and that's the reason I didn't enjoy it as much as I could have. But it was very interesting and captivated me from the beginning. The plot twist was just perfect! Prose style: 4 Plot: 5 Depth of characters: 4 Originality: 3 Entertaining: 4 Emotional Reaction: 4 Intellectual Stimulation: 5 As much as I liked the unexpected end, the whole story seemed to me a lot like the Rebecca's, by Daphne du Maurier, and that's the reason I didn't enjoy it as much as I could have. But it was very interesting and captivated me from the beginning. The plot twist was just perfect!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Wendy

    A spooky murder mystery set in Cape Cod. A lawyer takes a vacation at the Cape but then ends up taking on a high profile murder case. His wife is still trying to get over the loss of their two year old son. She keeps reliving the night she lost her son and is now worried about her baby Hannah. She tries to tell herself she is ok and immerses herself in writing a children's book set in the early days of the Cape. The book ends with climatic twist on a stormy night. A spooky murder mystery set in Cape Cod. A lawyer takes a vacation at the Cape but then ends up taking on a high profile murder case. His wife is still trying to get over the loss of their two year old son. She keeps reliving the night she lost her son and is now worried about her baby Hannah. She tries to tell herself she is ok and immerses herself in writing a children's book set in the early days of the Cape. The book ends with climatic twist on a stormy night.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jenn

    Mary Higgins Clark writes a good mystery, but this book was not one of her best. The storyline was excellent; however, too many viewpoints muddied the waters. Had she narrowed the field slightly, I would have it enjoyed it more. I also thought the ending was trite. How convenient that Menly would be descended from the daughter of the seafaring captain who built the house.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Salmon

    Loved it. This one is about Menley and Adam. Menley lost her two year old son in an accident, then had baby Hannah. They vacationed at Remember House on the Cape for the summer. Adam is a lawyer who represented Scott Covey who supposedly murdered his wife. Awesome twist at the end. Enjoyed the whole book.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Seonhee Grace

    creepy! I couldn't look at this book at night. Hahaha. creepy! I couldn't look at this book at night. Hahaha.

  30. 4 out of 5

    June Guymon

    This is a very entertaining novel. Mary Higgins Clark is full of surprises!

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