Before I Say Goodbye - Mary Higgins Clarke Reviews
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by - written on 10/08/09 (Very useful, 20 readings)
I have just recently started reading Mary Higgins Clarks novels and I have really enjoyed her stories. The first book I read was Before I Say Goodbye and I have to admit is one of my favourites. Before I Say Goodbye centres around the character of Nell MacDermott. The story surrounds her architect husband and three of his business associates who have been killed in an explosion aboard his boat, she is completely devastated but also feels guilty. The previous night they had a bitter argument regarding her decision to run for a congressional seat which had previously been held by her grandfather. At the end of the argument she had told him not to come home, ... Read the complete review
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