Sunday, January 10, 2010

Lady Killer

If you love legal thrillers, you'll love Lisa Scottoline's Lady Killer. In the 10th installment of the Rosato and Associates legal thriller series, Mary DiNunzio was an Italian widow and a lawyer who tried to make partner at her law firm. When her nemesis stormed into her law firm and asked for help, memories from her past trickled back into her mind, when she went to high school. As she tried to find her client who had gone missing, bodies had been turning up dead and a new romance blossomed between Mary and one of her neighbor's sons. This was a good read with lots of scenic views of Penn state and New Jersey. 

This was another gripping legal thriller from Lisa Scottoline. I continued to care about Mary, when she faced her old nemesis and tried to make partner. I didn't like Trish too much, but did feel sorry for her that she ended up in a tricky predicament with her boyfriend. I don't like bullies and mean girls too much, either. I loved how Mary was able to find love on her own with no strings attached by others with their blind dates. I loved the dual locations of New Jersey and Philly for this nail-biting legal thriller. This one would knock your socks off, literally speaking. Great drama, terrific suspense and intrigue, and lots of intense action from the first page to the last.

Watch out for a lady killer! Pick up a copy today!

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