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Loves Music, Loves to Dance Mass Market Paperback – March 1, 1992
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`Loves Music, Loves To Dance' is about Darcy Scott and Erin Kelly, who are best friends, and decide to answer some personal ads, as sort of an experiment for their TV producer fried Nona Roberts, who is doing a segment on what type of people place personal ads. Unknowing to them, there is a serial killer who places his ads on the paper, and kills women who answers his `special ad'. Unfortunately for Erin and Darcy, they both send responses to this guy, not knowing who he really is. A few days later, Erin is found brutally murdered, with a dancing shoe on one feet and an ordinary shoe on the other, which is the way the serial killer leaves all his victims. Feeling guilty and determined on catching the killer, Darcy decides to meet the dates that Erin went out with through the personals ( which was not a problem since they both responded to the same ads).
As the story progresses, we are introduced to many suspects who could be the killer. There's Gus Boxer, the disgusting superintendent of the building where Erin worked; Doug Fox (Doug Fields) who was a suspect to a previous murder and was one of Erin's dates through the ads; Jay Stratton, who hired Erin Kelly to design jewelry for a customer; and Len Parker, a weirdo who follows all his dates he meets though the personals, including Erin and now Darcy.
Mary Higgins Clark did a wonderful job writing `Loves Music, Loves To Dance'. It has suspense, romance, horror, and a surprising climax; everything that you would want to read in a good thriller. It is fast-paced and keeps the reader interested throughout. All in all, it's a good read. Once you start reading, you will be completely absorbed in the book that you won't notice the time fly.
As usual MHC puts together an exciting and well written mystery. I recommend the book and give it a strong 4-stars.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book was another great work from Mary Higgins Clark.Published 1 month ago by Kimberly Dawn Bynum
It was very thrilling. The author wrote the story brilliantly that it was hard to figure out the killer.Published 3 months ago by Jenny M.
Of all of the Mary Higgins Clark books I have read this was my favorite. I usually can figure out who the culprit is but not with this one. If you are an avid reader of Ms. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I've read every Mary Higgins Clark - it's an easy read, keeps you engaged, female protagonist. Can't wait for her to write a new one.Published 4 months ago by Gennara Moore
I read it b4. Just as good second time. But I wouldn't have picked the person for my criminal. Just too creepy!Published 5 months ago by Genevieve A. Cliver
Fast paced mystery which always keeps you on the edge of your seat. Fun, fast read.Published 5 months ago by Sharon L.
what it there to say. I received exactly what I ordered and in the time frame given. satisfied!!!!!..... says it all.Published 6 months ago by Loyd King