Let Me Whisper In Your Ear

Let Me Whisper In Your Ear There are some things nobody can possibly knowd others that nobody should dare to guessA pair of thrill seeking boys crept into Palisades Park after dark to ride the Cyclone When the roller coaster re

  • Title: Let Me Whisper In Your Ear
  • Author: Mary Jane Clark
  • ISBN: 9780312938093
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Paperback
  • There are some things nobody can possibly knowd others that nobody should dare to guessA pair of thrill seeking boys crept into Palisades Park after dark to ride the Cyclone When the roller coaster returned to the station, it was carrying only one child What happened to the other would remain veiled in secrecy for the next three decadesAs a rising KEY News proThere are some things nobody can possibly knowd others that nobody should dare to guessA pair of thrill seeking boys crept into Palisades Park after dark to ride the Cyclone When the roller coaster returned to the station, it was carrying only one child What happened to the other would remain veiled in secrecy for the next three decadesAs a rising KEY News producer, Laura Walsh prepares video obituaries of famous people whose deaths seem imminent But the macabre guessing game, and an eerily pre taped obituary, plunge Laura into a chilling nightmare when one of her famous colleagues unexpectedly tumbles to her death from a Manhattan rooftop Now Laura must delve into the dead woman s secret past a past that holds a shocking connection to her own, and to a missing boy Desperate to uncover the truth and unmask a cunning killer, Laura soon realizes with growing dread that the next obituary she should be writing is her own

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    About " Mary Jane Clark "

  • Mary Jane Clark

    Mary Jane Clark is the author of thirteen novels, including 12 in the KEY News media thriller series, and one in her new Wedding Cake mystery series A veteran writer and producer for CBS News, Clark worked for almost three decades at the network s New York City headquarters Her books are published in twenty three languages She lives in New Jersey and Florida.Clark s former mother in law and sister in law are the authors Mary Higgins Clark and Carol Higgins Clark, respectively.

  • 305 Comments

  • I wish I could give this more like 2.5 stars But I can't give it 3. It was definitely not poorly written, but I felt like there was very little character development - maybe because there was SO many characters. I enjoyed the story line; I think it was perfect for this genre. However, the conclusion was so rapid that I didn't feel like I had enough time to comprehend what happened or even WHY it happened - and I feel like the "why" is so important to the murder mystery genre, at least for me. Su [...]


  • I am so enjoying this author's books suspenseful with a fast moving plot as well as subplots. I really like the informative tidbits she includes about places and historical items. Real page-turners that are hard to put down. High on my list of favorite writers.



  • I love suspense books. It's just getting harder and harder to find one with good suspense. Unfortunately, this is another one of those that has good promise, but doesn't deliver.However, you'll keep reading just to find out what really happened to the missing kid and how Laura's father was involved. But in the end, neither the killer nor the missing kid story line carries much umph. There were quite a few typos in this book which surprised me since it was published by St. Martins Press. That's n [...]


  • Once again, Mary Jane Clark delivered. This is the fourth book I've read and for the fourth time, I wasn't disappointed. Clark adapted the multiple suspects formula and the way she connected the characters relationship with each other was really effective.From her other works I've read so far, the heroine in this book was different because she wasn't a broadcast reporter but a back office producer. Her writing obituaries even before the person has died was really fascinating and creepy at the sa [...]


  • Como os anteriores é um romance policial muito bem escrito! Lê-se de um só fôlego e apetece mais. Segundo a crítica devido à sua experiência como produtora e guionista criaram uma nova categoria: os media-thrillers!O nome não é coincidência, ela já foi casada com o filho de Mary Higgins Clark, mas o mérito da escrita é todo seu!



  • Mary Jane Clark's writing style is very similar to that of (her former MIL) Mary Higgins Clark, so if you like one, you'll probably like the other. This is a pretty standard formula murder mystery with a small touch of romance, offering both a present-day killer to be unmasked as well as a 30-year-old cold case that becomes news again. The number of characters keeps the reader guessing all the way through, but a cheesy and sanctimonious ending had me rolling my eyes. I would actually rate this 2 [...]





  • Very good as this author's books always are. Edge of the seat. I didn't figure out who done it until Clark wanted me to and only a little bit before the heroine did.


  • I love the short chapter format and enjoy the unique setting of intrigue in the setting of a major media conglomerate. Yet I wish there was more emotional depth to the character development.


  • Clark settles in to fine third outing -- but still clutterWe've been reading Mary Jane Clark's newsroom-set mysteries in order, and it appears the "formula" is now firmly set. Again, we have the interesting venue of "Key News", where Clark capitalizes on her real life job at CBS News to give us an inside look at the stresses and glamour of television news producing. In particular, "Whisper" gives us an inside look at "Key's" competition to "60 Minutes" called Hourglass, where the principals will [...]


  • I love a good murder mystery. In this page-turner, Ms Clark does not disappoint. Though the third in a series of 11 mysteries (KEY News series), this is a stand alone novel. Names from other stories are dropped here and there,but they make no difference to the story line. What I am trying to say is that you don't have to read any other books in the series for this book to be a "good read". Our heroine, Laura Walsh, is a hard-working young reporter for KEY News TV. This tension filled thriller be [...]


  • Laura Walsh is an obituary reporter. Her job is to have obituaries ready for those celebrities who may or may not pass away at any time. Little does she know that the latest celebrity death involves her in some way. Laura wants to change jobs and start investigating a separate story--the death of a child. But soon she is making correlations between the celebrity, herself, her father and the celebrity killer. An easy murder thriller with a good cast of characters.


  • Thought this was a Mary Higgins Clark book but once I read it I realized just how wrong I was. It had a decent plot but just involved so many characters who had very little to do with the story. Not to mention the whole mystery to this was just weird in it's relations. I give it a three star rating but nothing more.


  • Of all of the "KEY News" books I have read, this was my favorite. Like Mary Jane Clark's other books, it was not very well written, but it did keep me turning the pages. The only thing that I don't understand is the title of the book. It has absolutely nothing to do with the plot.


  • I had a hard time getting into this book, but once I did I couldn't put it down. I had a hard time figuring out who the killer was until almost the end. Happy that Laura's dad didn't kill Tommy when he worked at Palisades Park.


  • Let Me Whisper in Your Ear, Mary Jane Clark, PB-B, @ 2000, 5/06. Two young boys neak into Palisaides Park after dark to ride the cyclone, only one returns. What happened to the other remains secret for 3 decades. Good.


  • I loved this book. I didn't want to put it down. Once again, with the setting in the NY/NJ area, it was more interesting. I also found the history of Palisades Amusement Park, assuming at least some of it is true, to be very interesting indeed.


  • I enjoyed spending time with this protagonist--a TV journalist with family tragedy in her past. The book was, overall, an entertaining page-turner. However, I found that the conclusion followed-up on unimportant details while leaving bigger questions unanswered.


  • That's wierd, I could have sworn that I already reviewed this book. Well, it was a good book, but I have read two more since then, so I can't remember how it was good. LOL



  • I really enjoyed this book. I never would have guessed the killer. It was just nice to read a book that did not have 20-30 page chapters which is what I read all summer.



  • Really good! I love the short chapters and that I genuinely didn't know whodunit until the end. This is the first book I've read by Mary Jane Clark. I will be buying more for sure!



  • It took me until the end to figure it out, but it was a worthwhile journey of reading to get there. Thank you for a thrilling book, Mary Jane!


  • I really liked this. I was intrigued to find out how her cast of characters all related to one another, and there was a surprise twist at the end. Keeps you reading.


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