Posts Tagged ‘ Lisa Scottoline ’

Save Me by Lisa Scottoline – review

February 11, 2012
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Bullying, and shining a spotlight thereon, is heralded as the reason this novel was written, but it plays such a minor role in the story that one wonders why it is even raised, except perhaps for the widespread publicity attendant to the subject. It does occupy, along with much extraneous and superfluous background, about...

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Save Me by Lisa Scottoline – review

January 8, 2012
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Bullying, and shining a spotlight thereon, is heralded as the reason this novel was written, but it plays such a minor role in the story that one wonders why it is even raised, except perhaps for the widespread publicity attendant to the subject. It does occupy, along with much extraneous and superfluous background, about...

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Think Twice by Lisa Scottoline – review

June 27, 2011
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Think Twice by Lisa Scottoline – review

First there was Cain and Abel. In this novel we have Bennie Rosato and her twin sister, Alice Connelly (they were separated at birth and raised by different mothers). Bennie grows up to be a highly successful Philadelphia lawyer, heading her own firm, while Alice turns out evil. Alice has drugged Bennie, burying her...

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Think Twice by Lisa Scottoline – review

May 22, 2010
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Think Twice by Lisa Scottoline – review

First there was Cain and Abel. In this novel we have Bennie Rosato and her twin sister, Alice Connelly (they were separated at birth and raised by different mothers). Bennie grows up to be a highly successful Philadelphia lawyer, heading her own firm, while Alice turns out evil. Alice has drugged Bennie, burying her...

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