Sunday, March 1, 2009

Where Are You Now?


by Mary Higgins Clark

10 years ago when Mack MacKenzie's life was just about to begin, right before graduation from Columbia, he disappeared completely. His parents and sister thought it could only be foul play but Mack began calling every year on Mother's Day saying he was alright and will someday come home.

His sister Carolyn decides to go looking for him and find out why he is doing this to them. 3 young women have gone missing since Mack disappeared and one goes missing as soon as Carolyn begins her search for Mack. The police begin to suspect Mack himself. Is it really Mack? If not, who is trying to frame him and why? And where is Mack? This is what Carolyn is trying to find out and the more she searches the more dangerous her situation becomes.

I have always liked Mary Higgins Clark mysteries. This is another good one that kept me guessing until almost the very end. Clark is very good at giving you lots of suspects and they all seem to have a motive. It is fun weeding through the clues trying to figure it all out before the end.

I would recommend it for mystery lovers. 4 stars.

3 comments:

Stephanie said...

Now you've done it -- I have to know how this one ends!

Bryce and Mandy said...

That is how I felt when I read it. It only took me a few days to read it because I just had to know how it ended. :)

Lula O said...

Clark definitely has a corner on this market. I've no idea how she comes up with these stories time and time again.