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The Cinderella Murder

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Television producer Laurie Moran is elated when the pilot for her reality drama Under Suspicion is a success. Even more, the program, a cold case series that revisits unsolved crimes by recreating them with those affected is off to a fantastic start when it helps solve an infamous murder in the very first episode. Laurie sees the series has real commercial value, but on a more personal note, she also knows first-hand the benefits closure can have on friends and families of murder victims.



  • That wraps it up for me. No more Mary Higgins Clark books for me. The storyline was decent, but the conversations felt way too basic and unrealistic. I managed to get through it, but I won't be picking up another MHC book again.
  • I decided to give 'The Cinderella Murder' a chance, disregarding the concerns raised by other reviewers regarding the dialogue being inane and the narrator's style, which supposedly catered to a younger audience. I ignored these warnings because I was simply looking for an engaging and effortless listening experience, and I personally do not believe that Alafair Burke's work falls into the category of being inane. However, I must admit that after reading the book, I'm not sure what contribution AB made to the writing. The dialogue, character development, and plot all fell short in terms of being convincing. So, I want to express my gratitude to those reviewers who attempted to alert me to these issues.
  • I couldn't stop reading this book. I discovered clever ways to tidy up my house while still being able to listen to it. So I appreciate the book for helping me maintain a clean home!
  • The story line of 'The Cinderella Murder' is absolutely fantastic. It keeps you hooked from start to finish with its constant stream of unexpected twists and turns. The narrator did a fantastic job as well, capturing the essence of the characters perfectly.
  • It's hard to believe, but Mary Higgins Clark has once again exceeded expectations. "The Cinderella Murder" had me hooked from the very start, and I have no doubt that it's a book I'll want to revisit time and time again.
  • I've been a huge Mary Higgins Clark fan for a while now. And let me tell you, she definitely didn't disappoint with "The Cinderella Murder". The suspense had me on the edge of my seat, trying to figure out what would happen next. I'm already excited for the next collaboration between this dynamic duo.
  • The writing in 'The Cinderella Murder' was incredibly simple and gave off the impression that it was targeting a younger audience, possibly around the sixth grade level. Additionally, I had a strong dislike for the narration.
  • How is it possible for two authors with such incredible talent to produce such a snooze-fest of a book? I've tried going back multiple times, attempting to get back into the plot and find something captivating, but the entire story seems to be going nowhere. The narrator continues to plod along, and I can't help but feel that nothing significant is ever going to occur. After investing four hours into this audiobook, I refuse to waste any more time on it. It's going straight into the "Life is too short" pile, and I'm moving on to something else.