Meghan Collins is a young reporter covering a story about a female stabbing victim. The vistims bears a striking resemblance to Meghan. What's really strange is that it seems this killing might be connected to an explosion in which Meghan's father died four months earlier. The investigation of these deaths takes Meghan down a treacherous path.
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by Mary Higgins Clark
by Margaret Maron
by Mary Stanton
"TV newswoman Meghan Collins's father disappears after a bridge disaster in Upstate New York. His body is not found. Did he die, or has he run away from his life? At the morgue Meghan discovers that she looks exactly like a murder victim. On assignment at a fertility clinic, she uncovers some unsavory goings-on, which put her in mortal danger. Kate Skinner's reading rarely keeps pace with Clark's high-energy action sequences. There's too much distance between narrator and text, and Skinner comes off as coolly matter-of-fact, almost indifferent to the elements unfolding in the story. Written in 1993, the novel's technology sounds dated and the ending too pat. However, Mary Higgins Clark's mystery plots are always engaging, and this one is no exception. S.J.H. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"
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