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Mary Higgins Clark is the author of twenty-two world best-sellers and one memoir. She lives with her husband in Saddle River, New Jersey.
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Fleeing the disastrous and humiliating last-minute arrest of her fiancé on the eve of their wedding, Celia, an expert in gems and jewelry, hopes to escape reality on a glamorous cruise ship.
But it’s not meant to be. On board, in the most luxurious suite, is the aged and world-famous Lady Emily Harworth. Immensely wealthy, Lady Em is the owner of a priceless emerald necklace that she intends to leave to the Smithsonian when she dies.
Three days later, Lady Em is found dead, her necklace missing. Is it the job of her obviously devoted secretary or her attorney and executor whom she invited on board for the cruise?
Celia sets out to find out who the killer is with the help of her new friends Willy and Alvirah Meehan, who burn themselves out on their wedding day, unaware that she may have put a target on her back.
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As a fan of both Mary Higgins Clark and Agatha Christie, I have to admit that the author was clearly inspired by the spirit of a good Christie crime novel, while maintaining her own short chapter structure and strict narrative paragraph format. It was a pleasure to read.
I always appreciate strong storytelling with controversial topics, no explicit violence or sex, and no profanity. This entertaining read was perfect for a blustery afternoon, with plenty of potential suspects, strong personalities, essential but not distracting descriptions, and lively dialogue that drives the plot forward.
I have never been disappointed by an MHC novel!
The story unfolds on the maiden voyage of a new luxury ocean liner sailing from New York to Southampton amid diverse intertwined motifs between passengers, crew and a mysterious thief attempting to steal a priceless necklace reportedly belonging to Cleopatra.
The story shines with the compelling interactions between the wealthy, social elite and renowned professional pundits on a cruise ship that bears many unintended resemblances to the fateful voyage of Titanic, which the ship owner tries to avoid.
Although a murder and the possible deaths of others set a suspenseful tone in the plot, the story revolves more around the interactions between passengers and crew. Tensions rise as things go wrong and suspicions arise between the victims and the villains in this hilarious adventure ride. It’s pleasant trying to discover the killer among so many possible corrupts identified one by one along the way.
Although the book can easily be read in multiple sittings, I enjoyed reading it in a single afternoon without feeling rushed.
Once again Mary Higgins Clark writes a great opportunity! This is another case where once you start you better have time to finish it because you don’t want to put it down. You start reading and wonder how all of these people could possibly connect and you will surely guess who “did it” and as usual you will most likely be wrong.
This time Clark took a surprising turn almost immediately as I got used to it and I thought okay I know all the characters pretty well and being a longtime Clark fan I knew it wasn’t going to be like that. be who i thought so i narrowed it down and then the ending comes and i was dead wrong. This is how I like a crime book: sitting on the edge of the seat all the time!
This time, the Meehans are on a maiden voyage that seems as destined as the Titanic. The new ship was modeled on the famous ship in many ways. But not all who traveled were as they appeared, and some had very malicious intentions. The book is full of descriptions of the glamorous ship as well as the lectures on board. The main focus was on the gemologist and the curse of Cleopatra’s necklace. There were several potential candidates for the criminal, and I appreciated how the story ended at the end of all solar tales.
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