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On the Street Where You Live doc Á Paperback read ↠ [Reading] ➬ On the Street Where You Live ➳ Mary Higgins Clark – Gwairsoft.co.uk In the gripping new novel from the ueen of Suspense a woman is haunted by two grisly murders separated by than a century yet somehow inextricably linkedFollowing a nasty divorce He buys her ancestral home a Victorian house in the seaside resort town of Spring Lake New Jersey Her family sold the house in 1892 after one of Emily's forebears Madeline Shapley then a young girl disappeared As the house is renovated and a pool dug a skeleton is found and identified as Martha Law After reading Daddy's Little Girl by Mary Higgins Clark I was excited to become engrossed in another of her novels But I have to say On the Street Where You Live was very disappointing to me I actually couldn't wait to finish it just to finish it not because I couldn't wait for the ending This story covers eleven days It starts on Tuesday March 20 and the big day that keeps popping up in the book is Saturday March 31 Kind of eerie I finished this book today Saturday March 31Emily Graham a defense attorney decides to buy her ancestors' Victorian house in Spring Lake New Jersey This house is where her great great grandaunt Madeline Shapley had lived and the neighborhood where Madeline mysteriously disappeared in 1891 There is intrigue with the reincarnation aspect throughout much of the novelI only gave 2 stars because there are too many side stories too many characters and it didn't wrap up neatly enough at the end I am not giving up on Mary Higgins Clark I am sure there are many other good mysteries she has out there This one just left me irritated and exhausted

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Rence a young Spring Lake woman who vanished several years ago Within her hand is the finger bone of another woman with a ring a Shapley family heirloom still on it Determined to find the connection between the two murders Emily becomes a threat to a seductive killerwho chooses her as the next vict Ugh This bookThe main character is dumber than a brick She has absolutely has no common sense at all I can't really picture a community where there is a serial killer on the loose taking names left and right and they calmly go on their lives without worrying glances over their shouldersThis book got me so frustrated Ugh Just thinking back on it makes me mad

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On the Street Where You LiveIn the gripping new novel from the ueen of Suspense a woman is haunted by two grisly murders separated by than a century yet somehow inextricably linkedFollowing a nasty divorce and the trauma of being stalked criminal defense attorney Emily Graham leaves Albany to work in Manhattan Craving roots s The ueen of suspense didn’t build her reputation writing books like this This is another mediocre effort with too many characters compounded by not one of them having than one or two vaguely memorable characteristics As a result I never got very involved in what was going on since I was constantly wracking my brain to remember who was who every time the scene changed By the time the murderer was revealed it was insignificant because I couldn’t remember who he wasEmily Graham leaves her life in Albany behind to return to her ancestral summer home in Spring Lake New Jersey The picturesue seaside town would have been the perfect stress free vacation spot if Emily’s pool diggers hadn’t come across the skeletal remains of a woman who had gone missing 4 ½ years before buried atop the bones of Emily’s ancestor who had gone missing 110 years ago Emily starts her own independent investigation when the skeletons in her yard seem to be connected along with two other pairs of women who had gone missing 110 years apart The police reopen the investigations of the women who had recently gone missing while Emily delves into the past believing the current killer to have knowledge somehow of the historic killer’s deeds and motivationsMeanwhile the stalker Emily thought was behind bars turns out to be someone else who has followed her to Spring Lake and keeps leaving disturbing messages under her door There is a dizzying array of suspects two of whom are distinguishable only by the difference in their wives I found myself wishing than once that I had taken notes when I started so the story would have been easier to follow It’s obvious from the start that Emily’s stalker and would be murderer are not the same and the stalker is revealed rather early onThis book wasn’t awful just hard to follow because of the lack of variation in the characters For a truly gripping suspense novel try one of Clark’s earlier books This one doesn’t measure up to her well earned reputation