I love Mary Higgins Clark. Even if many of her books are similar, they always keep you guessing. This one seemed a little different than her usual books, and I loved it just as much. Always a who-done-it of course, but this one took an unusual approach!
Horribly unsettling look into the life of a seriously deranged father. It gives a whole new meaning to "dysfunctional family." The photos of the house and the disturbed family who dwelled in it are chilling and incredibly sad. I'm very impressed with the author with the way he executed these real life events.