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Author: Mary Higgins Clark
ISBN13: 978-1416570875
Title: Just Take My Heart: A Novel
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Category: Thrillers and Suspense
Publisher: Pocket Books; Reprint edition (March 23, 2010)

Just Take My Heart: A Novel by Mary Higgins Clark



Just take my heart: a novel, Mary Higgins Clark,p. cm. 1. n-Patients -Fiction. 2 Murder -Investigation - Fiction. 3. Cape Cod Bay (Mass. It was the persistent sense of impending doom, not the nor'easter, that made Natalie flee from Cape Cod back to New Jersey in the predawn hours of Monday morning. She had expected to find sanctuary in the cozy Cape house that had once been her grandmother's and now was hers, but the icy sleet beating against the windows only increased the terror she was experiencing. Then, when a power failure plunged the house into darkness, she lay awake, sure that every sound was caused by an intruder

Just Take My Heart book. Mary Higgins Clark never disappoints her readers and once again she has written another fast paced novel that will have you turning the pages at great speed. Just Take My Heart is action packed with mystery, crime, suspense and courtroom drama that will keep you guessing till the end. A compelling read which I thoroughly enjoyed.

A compelling novel that probes the mysteries of the human heart and mind, Just Take My Heart is Mary Higgins Clark's most spellbinding tale. I really didnt like this book at all! Way too predictable and a little boring. I thought the addition of all the useless extra characters was really distracting from the main plot. I wanted a lot more suspense and this just didnt cut it! Читать весь отзыв.

Just Take My Heart" was another of Mary Higgins Clark's satisfying mysteries. I have been a fan for years, and was happy to have another great story of hers to read. I always feel that nagging need to solve the mystery as I'm reading,and this story kept me involved from start to finish. Her story unfolds as our newest main character gets ready to try a murder case that could not only propel her career to new heights, but propel her boss's political career to the highest post in the judicial professions. But it's not as simple as that

By Mary Higgins Clark. Mass Market Paperback. eBook Unabridged Audio Download Abridged Audio Download Abridged Compact Disk. But little does she know, now her own life is at risk. Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today! Plus, receive recommendations for your next Book Club read.

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Just Take My Heart is a suspense thriller by Mary Higgins Clark. This book had a publication date of April 7, 2009. Just Take My Heart book description. While Natalie and her roommate, Jamie Evans, were both struggling young actresses, Jamie had been involved with a mysterious married man to whom she referred only by nickname. In the meantime, she does not realize that her own life is now at risk.

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By: Mary Higgins Clark. Narrated by: Jan Maxwell. Length: 8 hrs and 15 mins. I love Mary Higgins Clark and she did not let me down with this book The suspense keeps you wanting to go to go next chapter. The ending was remarkable and brought some sadness to hear it end! MOST enjoyable!

View More by This Author. This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device. Mar 30, 2009 – In this intense novel of suspense from bestseller Clark (Where Are You Now?), the obvious suspect in the shooting murder of famous actress Natalie Raines at her Closter, . home is her husband and theatrical agent, Gregg Aldrich, whom she was divorcing. Gregg never wavers from his innocent plea, but Bergen County assistant prosecutor Emily Wallace nails his conviction thanks to the evidence of an ex-con, who testifies Gregg tried to hire him to kill Natalie. Clark neatly details the courtroom proceedings, though of more dramatic interest is a subplot involving oddball serial.

IN WORLDWIDE BESTSELLING SUSPENSEWRITER MARY HIGGINS CLARK’S SPELLBINDING NEW THRILLER, A BROADWAY STAR’S MURDER IGNITES A SHOCKING SERIES OF DEADLY EVENTS. . . . After famous actress Natalie Raines is found in her home, dying from a gunshot wound, police immediately suspect her theatrical agent and jealous soon-to-be-ex-husband, Gregg Aldrich. But no charges are brought against him until two years later, when a career criminal suddenly claims Aldrich had tried to hire him to kill her. The case is a plum assignment for attractive thirty-two-year-old assistant prosecutor Emily Wallace. She spends long hours preparing for the trial, and unaware of a seemingly well-meaning neighbor’s violent past, gives him a key to her home to care for her dog. The high-profile trial makes headlines, threatening to reveal personal matters about Emily, such as the fact that she had a heart transplant— especially when she experiences eerie sentiments that defy all reason and continue even after the jury decides Gregg Aldrich’s fate. But little does she know, now her own life is at risk. . . .
Reviews: 7
Iriar
Mary Higgins Clark is one of my favorite suspense writers and this novel will keep me buying more yet. While I did figure out the whodunit, it wasn't until right before it was revealed. I was kept in suspense and I love that. It's why it's my favorite genre. Without giving much away, one thing I did figure out pretty quickly was the heart (it's in the title after all). However, it seems that just when the romance may start, the book ends. Although most loose ends were tied, it kind of seemed an abrupt ending. Could there possibly be a series in this? MHC doesn't usually do that but who knows? It wouldn't be a bad idea.
Djang
A real surprise ending. I liked the way the author summed up the ending with multiple villains. BIG also usually the author describes the characters, especially the women as being 50 or 60 and looking like a twenty year old plus their bodies having perfect proportions.It does't work like that Mary only on some occasions. Couldn't some of the older characters be amusing and intellectual without being of movie star quality. You know Mary like a Judy Dench or a Maggie Smith. They aren't beauties, but they are certainly believable.
Riavay
"Just Take My Heart" was another of Mary Higgins Clark's satisfying mysteries. I have been a fan for years, and was
happy to have another great story of hers to read. I always feel that nagging need to solve the mystery as I'm reading,and
this story kept me involved from start to finish.
Her story unfolds as our newest main character gets ready to try a murder case that could not only propel her career to
new heights, but propel her boss's political career to the highest post in the judicial professions.
But it's not as simple as that. Her career, her life, and justice are on the line, when outside forces conspire.
Don't miss this book!! It's a good, good read for all mystery readers.
Wire
How can I explain the emotions that I have after finishing a novel by Mary Higgins Clark? I start reading knowing that the tension and suspense will carry through the whole novel. I thoroughly enjoyed every word and can't wait to start her next novel.
Welahza
I have read all of Mary Higgins Clark. I have had the honor of meeting her in Colorado Springs when I lived there. She was at a book signing. She is a wonderful person. She does a great job with her books. Just Take My Heart is just another example of her fine work. When I started this one I figured I would have it done in a week. Boy was I wrong. I finished it in a day. I just could not put this one down. Her court room made me feel like I was sitting in that court room. Parts made me hold my breath until I read what happened. I know books take the author a long time to write, but I sure wish she could pump them out as fast as I can read them.
To be honest, he books are my first choice. I have read them more than one time and still enjoyed them the second time around.
Blueshaper
Very enjoyable reading. It is one of the few books l've felt like the ending wasn't rushed, it was logical. As always I would have liked the story to keep on going but didn't feel cheated when the final drama played out.
Sure hope this is made into a made for T.V. movie and even a drama series could be really good!
One of Mary Higgins Clark's best!!!
RuTGamer
I bought this paperback for my closest friend, who is wheelchair-bound with MS. She collects all of the Mary Higgins Clark novels and re-reads them. The plot of this story was catching and entertaining as well as the sub plots. Her face always lights up when I bring her a new book by this prolific author. As this author is an expert storyteller, she, of course, has a lot to live up to when a new book comes out. Compared to other stories, such as Love Music, Loves to Dance, or Little Girls in Blue, it is not as intriguing.
Mary Higgins Clark's latest book is a fast-paced, entertaining page-turner. Cleverly plotted with twists and turns in true MHC-style.

Broadway star Natalie Raines accidentally discovers who killed her former roommate. A few days after the revellation Natalie is found dead in her home and her soon-to-be ex-husband Gregg Aldrich is suspected of the murder. But nothing happens until two years later when career criminal Jimmy Houston claims that Aldrich had hired him to kill his wife.

Assistant prosecutor Emily Wallace is assigned the case, and while she is hard at work preparing, a seemingly well-meaning neighbour offers to take care of her dog. Greatfully Emily accepts and even gives him a key to her home. However, after a while the neighbour starts appearing somewhat creepy and soon Emily begins to fear for her life.

The case is high profile and we follow the developments, not the least the brilliantly written courtroom scenes.

There are many interesting people involved in this drama. The characterization is excellent and the question of "who did it" well enough and long enough hidden to keep the reader awake until the wee hours.

What made me hold back the last star and only give the book a four, is that it does taste a tiny bit of routine. As the truth is revealed, everything fits almost too well and from the moment the suspect is hinted at, the solution is obvious and the final pieces of the puzzle neatly falling into place.

Although nothing original, great entertainment and a typical MHC mystery which will certainly delight all her fans.