Let Me Call You Sweetheart by Mary Higgins Clark is yet another example of the Queen of Suspense at her best. Kerry, whose daughter Robin has been in a car accident and needs plastic surgery on her face to mend her scars, bumps into two women in the surgeon’s waiting room, both of whom look remarkably similar to each other and to a woman who was murdered a few years ago. The plot thickens as Kerry realises the investigation wasn’t as thorough as it could have been, and of course she starts on her own investigation.


As is usually the case with MHC, I had my suspicions all the way through and they were totally wrong. Fantastic twist, wonderful novel, certainly worth reading.

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