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All Dressed in White: An Under Suspicion Novel Hardcover – November 17, 2015
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“An explosive mix of family drama, secrets, rivalry, money and deception….A dandy whodunit with numerous plausible suspects, skillful misdirection, an exotic setting and smooth prose, it combines Clark’s skill at plotting romantic suspense with Burke’s edgier take on the genre. For those who enjoy escaping into a fine mystery, it’s the perfect hot read for chilly nights.”
—Richmond Times Dispatch
Praise for The Cinderella Murder
"Fans of MWA Grand Master Clark will find plenty of intrigue and excitement in this contemporary thriller...Clark keeps readers guessing and in suspense."
"The snappy pace, layered characters, and many plot surprises will keep readers guessing in this fascinating mystery by two talented writers."
"This serendipitous series launch, or continuation, will satisfy Clark's legion of fans and may well win her some new ones."
About the Author
Alafair Burke is the New York Times bestselling author of eleven novels, including Long Gone, If You Were Here, and the latest in the Ellie Hatcher series, All Day and a Night. A former prosecutor, she now teaches criminal law and lives in Manhattan.
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Television producer Laurie Moran is about to pitch her latest ideas for the next episode in her popular television show when Sandra Pierce drops by her office in hopes of convincing Laurie to feature her missing daughter’s case. Dubbed the Runaway Bride, Amanda Pierce vanished without a trace the day before her destination wedding and no one has seen or heard from her again. Despite a thorough investigation, the police could not say with any certainty that foul play was involved in her disappearance, but Sandra remains convinced Amanda’s fiancé Jeff Hunter murdered her for financial gain. Once all of the members of the wedding party and Amanda’s family agree to participate in the show, Laurie, along with her cast and crew, head to Palm Beach to reenact the events leading up to Amanda’s disappearance in hopes of solving the case.
Laurie is no stranger to losing a loved one to murder and she understands better than anyone Sandra’s need for answers about her daughter’s disappearance. Laurie’s preliminary research supports the theory that Amanda did not leave under her own volition but with a plethora of suspects, which includes not only Jeff, but his current wife (and Amanda’s best friend) Meghan White, and Amanda’s sister Charlotte, Laurie still has a lot of work ahead of her. New clues emerge after reviewing the security footage from the hotel, but there is still very little evidence as to the perpetrator’s identity.Read more ›
The reality TV show gathers the family and wedding party together at the same resort, revisiting the scene, asking hard questions, and seeking answers that investigators never were able to find. Clark and Burke cleverly build the story through the show's interviews with the friends and family, and with carefully placed conversations and interactions. Like any good mystery, they spread the suspicion around liberally, but carefully conceal the identity of the real culprit to the very end. (If I read more mystery novels, or maybe if I were just more clever and/or devious, I probably would have figured it out earlier.)
I like the way Clark and Burke tell the story. They include very little action for most of the book. The story is told through the interviews and investigation. Building toward the climax, the action climbs exponentially. I thought of those indoor bike races, where it looks like the races are cruising along easily for most of the race, all keeping a similar pace, until the last little bit where they furiously race to the finish. All Dressed in White is an entertaining, suspenseful read. I enjoyed the Under Suspicion characters and would definitely look forward to meeting them again next time Clark and Burke decided to put their minds together.
Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for the complimentary electronic review copy!
As the Under Suspicion team researched and investigated, their preparations took them to the Florida hotel, where they were to recreate the night of Amanda’s disappearance. Even though the members of the original wedding party had moved on with their lives, they had all agreed to come together to try to discover what had happened. Along with Amanda’s fiancé now being married to her best friend, also a member of the wedding party, Laurie could tell the vibes from other people within the group were varied. The jealousy and blame, theories and speculations were intense – Laurie and her team, including host Alex Buckley knew this mystery would deepen; the lies would intensify, before the truth would hopefully be exposed…
When I read the first in this series, The Cinderella Murder by author Mary Higgins Clark and Alafair Burke I thoroughly enjoyed it. Book #2, All Dressed in White is another gripping instalment; I’ll be continuing with this series! Filled with twists and turns that lead the reader first one way, then the next; I found I couldn’t put it down. All Dressed in White is a fabulous crime/mystery novel which I have no hesitation in recommending highly.
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It was very interesting ,kept you wanting to continue reading when you should be doing something else.Published 1 day ago by Kindle Customer
You can never go wrong with a Mary Higgins Clark novel. I am especially enjoying this new series.Published 7 days ago by Patricia Turek
So enjoyed this book! I am trying to get the rest of the series through my livebrary, but without success so far. Read morePublished 7 days ago by gheyse
I borrowed this from my public library. Probably more of a 3.5 stars but, I enjoy so many of MHC books and this one was not terrible so rounding up. Read morePublished 9 days ago by ksmom4