Good, Light mystery...,
This review is from: On the Street Where You Live (Mass Market Paperback)
Like most Mary Higgins Clark books, this one is a good, fast read and a good mystery. I thought I had the crime figured out and then changed my mind about 4 times, not knowing until the end which of my theories was correct. The main character, Emily changes jobs, sells some stock and moves to a quaint New Jersey seaside town where her ancestors had lived 100 years ago. A series of recent crimes has policed baffeld, and the town in a panic. The most eerie aspect of the crimes is their link and similarity to a series of crimes that took place 100 years ago involving one of Emily's ancestors and several other young women in the town at that time. There are a couple of side plots to keep you going as well. I would say this is one of her better books with a more involved plot than most.
Clark is always a good standby!