I don't think that Carol Higgins Clark is as good of a writer as her mother, Mary Higgins Clark. But for the most part, I have enjoyed her Regan Reilly mysteries.
Twanged left me disappointed. I couldn't get into the plot, which I thought was weak, and the book was really not satisfying for me at all. There was no depth to the story or to the characters.
Twanged is about an up-and-coming country western singer, Brigid O'Neill, who has a fiddle believed to be cursed. Regan Reilly, our heroine, who is a private investigator, is hired to be Brigid's bodyguard as she has a stalker troubling her. Brigid also has a concert coming up which could launch her career, and Regan wants to make certain that nothing happens to ruin the concert for Brigid.
Twanged is good for a lighthearted, fun read, but I really prefer the suspense and depth that Mary Higgins Clark puts into her novels. I will still probably read a few more of the Regan Reilly mysteries by Carol Higgins Clark, but you can definitely see the difference in the writing styles of mother and daughter.