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Pretend You Dont See Her is one of my favorite murder mysteries that I have ever read My favorite part of this novel is that the ending is very unpredictable This story started out when a real estate agent in New York Lacy Farrell who was assigned to a new client Isabelle Waring Isabelles daughter Heather Landi had died in the previous year and it was Heathers apartment she decided to put on the market Isabelle would have never sold it but her ex-husband Jimmy Landi said that it was time for them to move on Ever since Heathers death in a car accident Isabelle knew that it wasnt an accident When she was going through Heathers things so they could get the apartment ready to sell she came across her journal The night before Lacy was supposed to show a potential buyer the apartment Isabelle called her sounding concerned and said that she had proof that her daughters death wasnt an accident Lacy didnt want to rush over to the apartment at that late hour so she told Isabelle that she would talk to her in the morning The morning came and Lacy went over to show the apartment to Curtis Caldwell the man who was an interested buyer Later on that evening Lacy decided to go over to the apartment and see what Isabelle was talking about on the phone When she got there she was frightened by a scream and hid in a downstairs closet She had the door opened a crack and saw Curtis Caldwell exiting through the front door with Heathers journal in his hands She ran upstairs and found Isabelle bloody on a bed and she was holding some of the pages of Heathers journal Her last words were Lacy give Heathers journal to her father Only to himswear thatonly to him Lacy didnt know what to do so she hid the journal pages in her briefcase and called
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