Pretend You Don't See Her by Mary Higgins Clark
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WOOOW, June 15, 2003
from Here in PA, USA
Ok, so I found this book very suspenseful. It was the first suspense book I ever read, and I liked the feeling. I literally was on the edge of my seat! See, it was a great book, but the only bad thing is that the heroine, Lacey Farrell, was too stupid. I would have been much, much, smarter, and I'm way younger than her! I mean, yes, she was just pretty messed up in the head. Other than that, the book was good. So, if you like the witness protection program, stupid heroines, suspenseful books, murders and crime scenes, and DIARIES!!, then you should read this book. It was my first Mary Higgins Clark book, and I'll try to read the other books from her. She's really quite famous.
--This text refers to the Digital edition