Kiss the Girls and Make Them Cry: A Novel
Journalist Gina Kane receives an e-mail from an unknown person telling her that they have had a terrible experience while working at REL News and that they were approached with a settlement offer. Gina answers the e-mail yet does not receive a response. This is because the person on the other side of the e-mail address, Cathy Ryan, is dead. As Gina sets out to find out about Cathy’s experience at REL News, she finds out that there are several other women who have had bad experiences at REL but for some reason are not talking.
This book was written very well in terms of ease of understanding. There were no crazy plot twists or sudden shifts in the writing, which made it easy to read. I did, however, get a little bored midway through the book as it seemed like the plot just dragged for a bit. The cast of characters was likable, though with several characters being just puppets to the higher-ups. No big surprises with this story, but it was an enjoyable read.
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|Author||Mary Higgins Clark|
|Page Count||400 pages|
|Publisher||Simon & Schuster|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|