It features Ariana Grande. The song was covered by Australian singer and songwriter Grace and was released as her debut single. It features American rapper G-Eazy. Grace's version was produced by Quincy Jones , who also produced the original recording by Lesley Gore, and Parker Ighile.
In an interview with House of Fraser , Grace said "[ Quincy Jones ] told me how the song came out during the feminist movement and how it was such a strong statement. I loved the song, started researching Lesley Gore and fell in love with her as an artist. The song was released worldwide on March 17, The increased exposure for the song helped it rise to a peak of number four on the UK Singles Chart.
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G-Eazy - Single". Retrieved 15 April House of Fraser. He didn't have one hundred thousand Galleons at his leisure - he would have to ask his mother. Draco obviously said this to shut him up, and man, did Blaise hate him for it. Draco shook his head, "That's not nearly enough, Blaise!
If you want me to do this, I might as well get something out of it" That something was his house Now it all made sense. Blaise had heard it being conversed in the Slytherin Common Room once, the Ministry would only give Draco his life back if he paid them their asking price. He just wanted him to make a fool of himself for going after the Bookworm, but now Draco held his hand out, "One hundred thousand" Blaise studied it for a long moment but didn't move an inch, "Or I will just go off to the Ministry and tip them off about just how your lovely mother got all her money!
Draco countered with an evil grin, "So I'll say this again. I'll get the Mudblood and keep my mouth shut, but only if you promise me one hundred thousand Galleons". Blaise just scowled at Draco. Draco scoffed and turned away, "Don't make this any harder for yourself, Zabini! You offered to help me". Blaise knocked his friend in the shoulder so Draco could face him again, "Look, you have the charm, the wit, the cunning greatness, one month to make Granger fall for you, is more than fair for one hundred thousand bloody Galleons!
It was Draco's turn to cuss under his breath. He certainly didn't want that even for the hundred grand. No, if he needed to find away to gain back his riches he would need to be smart about it. Blaise broke out into a grin. He knew there was just no way Draco could do it. Draco hated the Mudblood with every fiber of his being! Yet, he didn't want Draco to tell the Ministry about his mother's secret to her riches either Draco just scowled at his so-called friend, he was about to say something, but Blaise raised a finger to him, "Now don't you give me that look.
I have to give you a reason to pursue her without fail! After all, I don't take I. It was bad enough to actually agree to trying to sleep with her, but to do it within a month and with one hundred thousand Galleons at stake? Thirty days to turn on a charm usually reserved for the weak Pure-bloods that filled the Slytherin Common Rooms? It was nearly impossible, heck, even talking to the Mudblood made him sick to his stomach, let alone anything else.
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Their interviews with the many people connected with the case were slowly getting her there, but Laurie also felt she was missing something. Would they get the results the Under Suspicion team always managed to get? Or was this one to be one of their failures?
Laurie is a great character and her strengths, along with her family, shine through. Highly recommended.
Nov 20, Monnie rated it it was amazing. Sometimes, you just want to sit back and be entertained - and this series, one of my favorites, never fails to satisfy.
This one I finished in the equivalent of one day not long before the Thanksgiving holiday, providing a much-needed respite before my anxiety over whether the turkey and mashed potatoes will be done at the same time kicks in. Five years earlier, a prominent physician is murdered - shot just as he returned home from work. His emotionally distressed wife, Kendra, was upstairs sleep Sometimes, you just want to sit back and be entertained - and this series, one of my favorites, never fails to satisfy.
His emotionally distressed wife, Kendra, was upstairs sleeping; no one saw the shooting take place, and the killer was never found.
Now, the doctor's hoity-toity parents, who are convinced their daughter-in-law somehow masterminded the murder, are demanding that Laurie Moran, producer of the popular TV show "Under Suspicion," feature the case on the show.
Years ago, Laurie turned down their offer, largely because Kendra refused to cooperate. For whatever reason, she's on board this time around; so while Laurie is still a bit reluctant, she agrees that the show must go on. In the middle of trying to gather background information and people to interview, she's making plans to marry her fiance Alex, a district attorney who's about to be sworn in as a federal court judge, and find a new place where she, Alex, and her young son can live.
Quickly, she learns that what appears on the surface isn't necessarily true. Kendra has some serious issues, and her dead husband had some secrets of his own. Digging deeper, Laurie finds herself in danger as well, but is it related to the doctor's murder or something else? Good question, but one for me to know and you to find out by reading it for yourself.
Another good one! View 1 comment. Audio: 4 stars Ms. Lavoy narrates the story in a clear and eloquent manner, adding the perfect amount of drama and passion to her performance. There are many characters in this novel and Lavoy narrates them all, making it difficult to sometimes determine who is speaking to whom. Story: 3 stars I have not read the other novels in the Under Suspicion series this is apparently book 6? I picked up this novel at the library, as I am a huge fan of Alafair Burke, and have never read Mary Higgins Clarke before if you can believe that!
Laurie is approached by the Robert and Cynthia Bell, whose son, Dr. Martin Bell, was brutally shot outside his townhouse. They are convinced their daughter-in-law, Kendra, was responsible, but the police did not have enough evidence to charge her. As Laurie investigates, she not only begins to uncover clues that the police had overlooked, but soon her very life is in danger. Who killed Martin Bell? And could they be after her, too? Perhaps not being familiar with this series has put me at a disadvantage, as I seem to be in the minority when it comes to my opinion on this novel.
Although it was well narrated, and the story had a dramatic plot, I felt the storyline was a bit pedantic and the ending was predictable. The ending was, if not entirely predictable, the kind of ending that was satisfying but not entirely surprising. There also seemed to be a great many characters in this novel for me, and it was difficult differentiating between them at first.
So there definitely are some positive points in this novel. Obviously, both Clark and Burke are talented storytellers, and their creative minds flowed together so beautifully in this novel. The story was not at all choppy, and it was clear that both authors contributed collectively. Nov 09, Susan Snodgrass rated it it was amazing.
I will never get tired of reading Mary Higgins Clark. I bought her very first book, 'Where Are The Children? I was a senior in high school and loved it! I've read it several times since then, too. I never, ever miss one of her books. She is 91 and has been on the bestseller lists for over 40 years now. She began writing a series with Alafair Burke 5 years ago. These books, the Under Suspicion series, document the producers of a cold case news program and how they choo I will never get tired of reading Mary Higgins Clark.
These books, the Under Suspicion series, document the producers of a cold case news program and how they choose cases that have long grown cold, get together with everyone involved, and try to solve these crimes. I enjoy them very much. To me, they read like Mary Higgins Clark all by herself. But then, I am a huge fan. Jul 08, Amanda McGill rated it it was ok Shelves: I think I'm done with this series for now. I really enjoyed the first few novels, but it has gone downhill since then.
There are a lot of secrets surrounding the death of Dr. His wife, Kendra, has been put front and center, but was never arrested or charged in the death of her husband. Laurie and her team investigate those surrounding Dr. Bell in hopes to find enough evidence to convict Kendra or prove that it was someone else. I found that this was the weakest novel in the series.
There w I think I'm done with this series for now. There were lots of suspects, but a limited number of characters, so the ending wasn't too shocking.With bestselling author Alafair Burke she wrote the Under Suspicion series including The Cinderella Murder, All Dressed in White, The Sleeping Beauty Killer, Every Breath You Take, and You Don’t Own Me. With her daughter Carol Higgins Clark, she coauthored five more suspense novels/5(1K).