The Melody Lingers On (Hb)

From #1" New York Times" bestselling Queen of Suspense comes a thrilling novel about missing billions, a disgraced financier, and those determined to learn the truth at any cost As the sole assistant to a famous upscale interior designer, Lane Harmon, mother to five-year-old Katie, is accustomed to visiting opulent homes around the tri-state area. A born optimist, Lane finds the glimpse into these gilded worlds fascinating, and loves the reward of exceeding the expectations of their often-demanding owners. When she is called to assist in redecorating a modest townhouse in Bergen County, she knows the job is unusual. Then she learns the home belongs to the wife of a notorious and disgraced financier named Parker Bennett. Parker Bennett has been missing for two years. He dropped out of sight just before it was discovered that the $5 billion dollars in the fund he had been managing had vanished. Bennett had gone out on his sailboat in the Caribbean. Was it suicide or had he staged his disappearance? The scandal around his name has not died down. His clients and the federal government all want to trace the money and find Bennett if he is still alive. Lane is surprised to find herself moved by Mrs. Bennett s calm dignity and apparently sincere belief in her husband s innocence. Gradually, Lane finds herself drawn to Eric, the Bennetts son, who is similarly determined to prove that his father is not guilty. Lane doesn t know that the closer she gets to the Bennetts, the more she puts her life and her daughter s life in jeopardy. With the hair-raising storytelling skill that has made her America s Queen of Suspense, Mary Higgins Clark combines a headline-making financial scandal and a breathtaking tale of deception and betrayal into one of her finest novels."

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Product Overview
ISBN 9781476749112
Categories BX, Crime, extraordinary, Fic20, Fiction, Highlight, Mystery and Thriller, Whateversary, Woman Authors
Author(s) Mary Higgins Clark
Publisher Simon & Schuster
Pages 272
Format Hardback
Dimensions 15.0cm x 3.2cm x 23.0cm
Weight 0.49 kg
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