Author(s): Mary Higgins Clark
Let Me Call You Sweetheart: Ace prosecutor Kerry McGrath is trying to get her life back on track. Her daughter was involved in a terrible car crash that left her facially-scarred, and Kerry is hoping renowned plastic surgeon Dr Smith will be able to help. Awaiting his consultation, she notices a woman with an eeriely familiar face; on her next visit, she see's the same face - on a different woman...
When she discovers the face matches that of Suzanne Reardon, the Sweetheart Murder victim, Kerry is thrust into a terrifying hunt for answers. Worse still, Skip Reardon - serving a life sentence for his wife's murder - might be innocent, and that can mean only one thing: a killer is still on the loose.
Remember Me: When Menley Nichols' two year old son is killed in a car accident, her life is torn apart. Not even husband Adam can offer solace. It seems Menley will never be able to come to terms with the death - until, that is, the birth of their daughter Hannah.
Suddenly, there is a reason to move on. A reason to live. To allow both Menley and Hannah some relaxation, the Nichols' rent a holiday home in Cape Cod. It is idyllic. Calm. Tranquil. It doesn't last.
Soon enough, horrifying events force Menley to once again face the death of her son. It seems someone - or something - doesn't want Menley to forget. As the situation spirals out of control, Menley finds herself fighting for her marriage, her sanity and, ultimately, for Hannah herself . . .
Pretend You Don't See Her: Lacey Farrell is witness to a horrific murder, and to the last words of the dying victim, Isabelle. Now, she's under witness protection - with a new life, new name and the beginnings of a new romance with radio talk show host Tom Lynch. He doesn't know who she really is . . . but someone does.
Someone who's hunted her down. Someone who knows what she saw and what she learned from Isabelle. When Lacey realises the danger she is in, she knows that only she can stop a relentless killer from claiming another life: hers . .
2010. A trade paperback copy in very good condition.