Lisa Scottoline “Accused”

December 22nd, 2013

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Philadelphia attorney Mary DiNunzio has just been promoted to partner and is about to take on her most unusual case yet, as Lisa Scottoline‘s new thriller “Accused” opens.

Thirteen-year-old genius Allegra Gardner has come to the firm, hoping to – once and for all – find the truth about her big sister’s murder six years ago.

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It seemed like an open-and-shut case: the accused, Lonnie Stall, was seen fleeing the scene; his blood was on Fiona and her blood was on him.

But Allegra doesn’t buy it. And before long, DiNunzio doesn’t, either.

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6 Responses

  1. Juninho says:

    Oh yes, I will write a book a day on my 15 minute lunch break. You are too, too funny I wish evnyeore could read this. Although from the shape picture books are in, I think many are being written in a day. We look at each other at the library and say hunh and what was the point of that book? Many picture books could use a little more thought put into them. But, then again, are we an instant society or what?

  2. Une question au sujet du 50 km marche, et de la disqualification du français. Les bouteilles d’eau qu’il a pris ne sont elles pas en zone de ravitaillement ? Si ce n’est pas le cas alors pourquoi permettre aux athlètes de les prendre à cet endroit. Tout ceci me parait flou.Merci d’avance pour votre réponse

  3. Hell, those Europeans also treated homosexuals then like you treat us today.And you wonder why gay rights movements, anti-occupation movements and progressives in general all end up on the same side.

  4. You don’t have to be hit by a drunk driver to be klleid in a car wreck. Drunk drivers certainly do increase victims of car crashes, but these are victims to those who take to the road without a care. I just had my second DUI that barely tapped over .08 because i was supected of alcholic consumption. Don’t get me wrong here, im against drunk driving, but only in the sense of someone actually being incapable of driving which is obviously judged in many ways and by the personality of the driver.

  5. Not sure what your interpretation of “breakout” is, but I’d say most would agree that Liriano already had his in ’06. Not a full season, but he did enjoy a pretty prolonged stint of dominance.Also, given that he’s typically drafted as a top 10, top 15 at worst, Starter… yeah, he’s arrived.

  6. Baron -Bet my last sou that "El Che" viewed Arabs and Muslims generally the same way he viewed Blacks in Cuba (AS UNTERMENCHEN!)The Hispanic/Modern History of Latin America only started AFTER "The Moors" were Thrown Out of Spain. Towns were NOT named "Matamoros" for nothing. So far as I know, there are NONE named "Besamoros" anywhere in the Spanish or Portugese speaking nations of the Americas. Wonder why? I don't.Dr. Shalit

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