Loves Music, Loves to Dance

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Simon and Schuster, Mar 1, 1992 - Fiction - 304 pages
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New York's trendy magazines are a source of peril when a killer enacts a bizarre dance of death, using the personal ads to lure his victims...
After college, best friends Erin Kelley and Darcy Scott move to the city to pursue exciting careers; Erin is a promising jewelry designer, Darcy finds success as a decorator. On a lark, Darcy persuades Erin to help their TV producer friend research the kinds of people who place personal ads. It seems like innocent fun...until Erin disappears.
Erin's body is found on an abandoned Manhattan pier -- on one foot is her own shoe, on the other, a high-heeled dancing slipper. Soon after, startling communiques from the killer reveal that Erin is not the first victim of this "dancing shoe murderer." And, if the killer has his way, she won't be his last. Next on his death list is Darcy.
 

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Erin Kelly and Darcy Scott, best friends in college, have continued their close association after graduation: they both live in New York, pursuing successful careers. Nona Roberts, whom they met at ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
5
Section 3
17
Section 4
28
Section 5
52
Section 6
90
Section 7
93
Section 8
112
Section 14
185
Section 15
196
Section 16
211
Section 17
213
Section 18
226
Section 19
238
Section 20
247
Section 21
252

Section 9
123
Section 10
143
Section 11
161
Section 12
175
Section 13
179
Section 22
254
Section 23
256
Section 24
301
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Mary Higgins Clark, #1 international and New York Times bestselling author, has written thirty-four suspense novels; three collections of short stories; a historical novel; two children’s books; and a memoir, Kitchen Privileges. With her daughter Carol Higgins Clark, she has coauthored five more suspense novels. Her books have sold more than 100 million copies in the United States alone.

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