An analysis of the suspense novel you belong to me by mary higgins clark

I dearly love both my parents, Susan thought as she reached her office building, but there are times when I want to tell them to please, grow up.

She was always very quiet, and I gather Regina was also very shy socially. She and I graduated from Smith the same year. In her third year, Susan had scheduled her classes so that she could work two days a week clerking for Nedda. I would have thought a friend of Nedda Harding would be above this kind of sensationalism, exploiting grief with pop psychology.

She lives on Beekman Place now. Good weekend, Susan, or should I ask? A clinical psychologist, she had a thriving private practice and at the same time had established something of a public persona as host of a popular radio program, Ask Dr.

As usual, Nedda was concentrating so intensely that she was not even aware that Susan was standing there. I used to watch her on CNBC and thought she was great.

You might have been able to arrange for me to speak with her. They had run briefly last Friday, and Jed Geany, her producer, had promised that the station would air them again this morning.

Doug Layton is the Clausen family lawyer. That one always intrigued me. The early morning air on this October day was crisp and breezy, and she was glad she had opted for a long-sleeved, turtleneck sweater under her suit jacket.

It turned into a bonanza, so I guess I feel oddly like I owe her something. About six years ago I used my birthday check from Dad to buy a stock she recommended.

When I said that my shoulder is getting arthritic from all the tears, Dee got even angrier. I remember it very well. Although the real problem, Susan thought, is that her reaction usually was right on target.

Chapter One Three years later Barring a blizzard or something bordering on a hurricane, Dr. Susan was usually the first to arrive on the top floor, but as she passed the law offices of her old friend and mentor, Nedda Harding, she was startled to see that the lights in the reception area and hallway were already on.

The poor woman had pictures of Regina and kept saying how much her daughter had looked forward to that trip. She stopped for a light at the corner of Mercer and Houston.

Chandler, we absolutely resent any exploitation of Mrs. My program is heard in five states.

You Belong To Me

Susan Chandler walked to work from her brownstone apartment in Greenwich Village to her office in the turn-of-the-century building in SoHo. After all, she was on CNBC regularly, and some people have an excellent memory for faces. Surely it is infinitely worse for Mrs. Clausen to be wondering every day of her life whether her daughter is alive and suffering somewhere than to have definite knowledge of what really happened to her.

Many of the cases he solved, but a number of interesting ones are still open. Just put it on my tab, good friend, along with all I owe you already for getting me the radio job. Twenty minutes later, as she studied the school reports of a seventeen-year-old patient, she heard the first of the promos.

And by the way -- have I said thanks recently? Then, not helping the general situation, Susan had had an unfortunate encounter with her older sister, Dee, who was visiting from California.

In another hour they would be teeming with Monday morning, back-to-work New Yorkers. The two women had met and become friends ten years ago at NYU, when Susan was a twenty-two-year-old second-year law student and Nedda was a guest lecturer.

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D. James/5(). The killer himself in Mary Higgins Clark books are always one of the characters talked about. The suspense never ends in this novel as you try to put all the clues together.

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