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Author: Mary Higgins Clark
ISBN13: 978-0743460521
Title: Daddy's Little Girl
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Language: English
Category: Thrillers and Suspense
Publisher: Pocket Books (April 1, 2003)

Daddy's Little Girl by Mary Higgins Clark

Clark certainly has a few tricks left in her bag. -Boston Globe. Toronto Sun. Her best in years. a tightly woven, emotionally potent tale of suspense and revenge. With its textured plot, well-sketched secondary characters, strong pacing and appealing heroine, this is Clark at her most winning. Daddy’s Little Girl is the best book Clark has written in two years. Her work seems somehow more solid, the plotting more deft. ending is so unexpected and harrowing I just had to sit back and allow the story to run through my mind until I absorbed the depth of all I’d just read.

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Chapter 1. When Ellie awoke that morning, it was with the sense that something terrible had happened. Daddy's Little Girl! This book was amazing! Once I finished it I called my dad and when he asked what it was he paused.

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From Mary Higgins Clark, America's bestselling Queen of Suspense, comes a chilling story of murder that reaches the heights of suspense while exploring the depths of the criminal mind. Ellie Cavanaugh was seven years old when her older sister was murdered near their home in New York's Westchester County. It was young Ellie's tearful testimony that put Rob Westerfield.

From Mary Higgins Clark, America's bestselling "Queen of Suspense," comes a chilling story of murder that reaches the heights of suspense while exploring the depths of the criminal mind.Ellie Cavanaugh was seven years old when her older sister was murdered near their home in New York's Westchester County. It was young Ellie's tearful testimony that put Rob Westerfield, the nineteen-year-old scion of a prominent family, in jail despite the existence of two other viable suspects. Twenty-two years later, Westerfield, who maintains his innocence, is paroled. Determined to thwart his attempts to pin the crime on another, Ellie, an investiga-tive reporter for an Atlanta newspaper, returns home and starts writing a book that will conclusively prove Westerfield's guilt. As she delves deeper into her research, however, she uncovers horrifying facts that shed new light on her sister's murder. With each discovery she comes closer to a confrontation with a desperate killer.
Reviews: 7
I've read every book Mary Higgins Clark has written. The last few I haven't really enjoyed including this one. The other reviewers have detailed the plot. This book didn't make sense to me. Why would the villian, Rob, after just being released from prison put himself in the position to land back in prison? He was aware of the other murder he committed. It seems to me he would have tried to live his life as quietly as possible. The premise is he wanted a new trial, even though he served all his required time, to clear his name. Clearing his name was important to him because it would allow him to be reinstated in his wealthy grandmother's will. Great, but Rob WAS guilty of this murder as well as another murder that he was never even suspected of. Ellie, the heroine, became obsessed with PROVING his guilt only after Rob announced his desire for a new trial. Ellie's probing into Rob's background opened a can of worms. She discovered he committed another similar murder as well as attempted murder. Rob's purpose for wanting a new trial was to receive a $100.000 inheritance from his grandmother. He was already wealthy. His parents were wealthy. He risked his guilty neck for another $100,000. It doesn't make sense. He had much more to lose than to gain. I didn't like Ellie. She was very closed minded. Unfortunately, since the entire book was written from her perspective I couldn't like the book because I didn't like her. Finally, there was no suspense. You know early on Rob killed her sister. The rest of the book is Ellie digging up ever rotten thing Rob did as a teenager. The climax was a dud. Rob could have succeeded in hitting Ellie over the head with the tire iron and I could have cared less. Mary Higgins Clark has written some superior suspense novels. I would recommend any one of them up until she wrote "You Belong to ME" I've found in some of her recent novels I have actually liked the "bad guy", and hated to see him get caught. I'm sure that's not what the author intended.
Ellie Cavanaugh is an investigative reporter for an Atlanta newspaper. When she was just seven years old, her sister Andrea was brutally murdered by Rob Westerfield of the prominent Westerfield family in Westchester, New York. She was the one who found her sisters body and gave testimony to send Westerfield to prison.
Twenty-two years have passed and Rob Westerfield is about to be paroled. During the original murder investigation, there were two additional suspects in Andrea's murder. Westerfield is now determined to clear his name and pin the murder on one of the two other suspects.
Returning to Westchester, Ellie Cavanaugh creates a website and begins writing a book that will once again clearly define Westerfields guilt and also prove he was the one and only true suspect. During her quest for answers, she places herself in harm's way and begins to uncover hidden information and dark secrets that tie in to her sister's murder. As the pieces of the puzzle fall into place and Ellie gets ever closer to cornering the killer, it leads to an intense and inevitable showdown.
Being a fan of Mary Higgins Clark and having read almost all of her novels, I was a little surprised at her writing Daddy's Little Girl in the first person. I'd never seen this before in her other books. In my opinion, this writing style worked well here. Identifying with main characters went a little deeper than usual and the plot seemed to move at a faster and more involved pace. This might not be one of her best novels, but it's still a good read and Mary Higgins Clark shows she still has the formula for producing a suspenseful and entertaining mystery novel.
I've only just rediscovered Mary Higgins Clark's superb suspense novels and I'm glad that I did. "Daddy's Little Girl" kept me guessing until the end of the book. You'll want to read this one in one or two sittings so that you can feel the tension building to an unbearable climax. I went back to the Amazon App and purchased two more of her novels immediately upon finishing "Daddy's Little Girl". I didn't want to go into Clark withdrawal. Read this book and I'm sure that you'll agree that her style and flair for suspense is addicting.
I enjoyed reading this suspenseful book about an investigative reporter whose sister had been bludgeoned to death 23 years earlier, when the reporter was only seven. She was determined to prove that the man who she believed had killed her sister was indeed the murderer. The character of the reporter was well filled out and her investigation was well-documented and believable. This would have been a five star review, but the abrupt ending left me wondering if my e-book was all there. The ending needed to be rounded out and loose ends tied up, Ms Clark; otherwise, well done!
I haven't read one of Mary's books in awhile. I had forgotten how well written her books are! I loved the story and wanted to read all the time! I couldn't put it down! You will absolutely love this one!
This book was, in my opinion, poorly written. Especially when you consider that this author has written dozens of books. She describes in minute detail every single action of the main character yet there is something missing. The characters don't seem to have any depth to them at all. She takes you through the story with all these details then suddenly and abruptly the story ends! No real closure to a lot of the details of the story. I don't know if I can recommend wasting your time reading this particular book from this author.
I really wanted to like this book. There was danger/ suspense and at first hints that the murderer wasn't who you thought it would be. Well that fell apart. It was predictable and parts were just not realistic. The final straw was when there was a climax and it just ended there only to find out that there was an ending it just somehow got skipped on the kindle version. Who transfers these to kindle format? Well whoever did made a huge mistake. So disappointed.