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|Safeguarded by the federal witness protection program, a young woman unexpectedly falls in love and decides that she can no longer live a lie, embarking on a perilous odyssey into the past to reclaim her own identity. *Author: Clark, Mary Higgins/ Graff, Randy (NRT) *Publication Date: 2009/05/12 *Binding Type: CD/Spoken Word *Language: English *Depth: 0.75 *Width: 5.00 *Height: 5.75|
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Pretend You Don't See Her is the story of Lacey Farrell, a rising star on Manhattan's high-powered real estate scene. Lacey becomes the witness to a murder and hears the dying words of the victim, a woman who is convinced that her attacker was after a diary her daughter had kept up until the day she supposedly took her own life. Lacey gives the diary to the police -- but not before she makes a copy for herself.
Obliged to give up her family, her job, her very identity, Lacey is placed in the Witness Protection Program. She must assume a new life, at least until the killer can be found and brought to trial...But she soon realizes that her sanctuary is not safe. Lacey is caught in a race against time as she tries to uncover what happened before she is killed herself...
"Clark, by concentrating on what she does best--heavy-breathing menace as the hit-man's footfalls echo ever louder--has produced her most successful tale since `Remember Me.'" 01/01/1997 New York Times Book Review
"Life, death threats and the perfect date--in her 15th novel Mary Higgins Clark covers a lot of ground." - Kimberly B. Marlowe 06/29/1997