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A Hora do Mocho De Mary Higgins Clark, A Aclamada Rainha Do Suspense , Uma Hist Ria De Segredos, Vingan A E De Incisiva Intui O Psicol Gica Jean Sheridan, Professora Universit Ria E Proeminente Autora, Parte Para A Sua Cidade Natal De Cornwall On Hudson, Nova Iorque, Para Estar Presente Numa Reuni O De Alunos Onde Ir Ser Homenageada Em Conjunto Com Seis Outros Membros Da Sua Antiga Turma A Acrescentar A Isto, Jean V Se Confrontada Com Um Segredo Do Seu Passado Acabara De Receber Um Fax An Nimo Que Faz Refer Ncia Filha Que Tivera, Com Um Jovem Cadete De Weat Point, H Vinte Anos E Que Dera Para Adop O A Exist Ncia Desta Crian A Sempre Fora Um Segredo, Por Isso Quem A Descobrira E Porqu S Agora A Amea A Velada Do Fax Mais Um Empolgante Romance De Suspense Psicol Gico De Mary Higgins Clark, Consagrada Autora Deste G Nero Liter Rio Em A Hora Do Mocho, Somos Levados Ainda Mais Fundo, Penetrando Atr S Da Fachada Dos Estatutos Sociais E Da Respeitabilidade E Entrando Na Mente De Um Assassino

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. 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 eac

  2. 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. 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 o

  4. 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 mys

  5. 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. 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. 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

  8. 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 li

  9. 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

  10. 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 inc

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