Mary Higgins Clark "Loves Music, Loves to Dance"
After that Darcy went to police station to give a report about a missing friend –five feet seven, one hundred and twenty pounds, auburn hairs, blue eyes, twenty –eight years old Erin.
Susan –wife of distrustful Doug Fox called to hotel, where her husband was staying at. She discovered that he was lying that he will be there and understood that her father was right –his is not honest and he don’t love his kids and wife either. And first time in her life she confessed to herself–it’s time to divorce.
Finally in story comes in Charley –the killer. And at this moment the author tells you how exactly Erin’s and Charley’s date was going on. The strangest thing was that she wasn’t like other girls- she was even better that Nan and he couldn’t ignore that. But it all happened again –the eight frozen body in his freezer was there.
After Nona called to good friend of her in story shows up detective –Vince D’Ambrosio. Tall, trim, brown, short hair and the same color eyes. He was doing the investigation. And he started with checking ads. But not only investigation was the thing that connected him with Nona.
A homeless named Petey Potters found Erin’s dead body on the pier next to West Side Highway. He heard in the middle of the night how car stopped and after few minutes was gone. He stole her gold necklace, but did not tell anybody about young woman’s dead body on the pier.
Darcy and Nona with detective Vince had to go to the New York City morgue to find out is the dead woman Erin. When Darcy saw the familiar profile all she could say was: ‘I give you my word Charles Worth is going to pay for what he did to you!’ Charles Worth was a suspect. They found add written by his name to what Erin answered so they thought he is the one. That explains Darcy’s words.
By that time all day news were showing horrible assassination and one by one all were informed about Erin’s death. But especially Doug Fox was shocked about the fact, because it remained to him time in college when Nan was murdered by the same way. His wife Susan was suspicious when her husband became ghastly white hearing the bad news.…
- Mary Higgins Clark "Loves Music, Loves to Dance"
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