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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Lisa Scottoline “Don’t Go”

June 10th, 2013

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“Don’t go.”

That simple entreaty, uttered by a woman whose husband is leaving for Afghanistan, lays the foundation for Lisa Scottoline‘s new novel.

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In this book she breaks new ground in delivering the story of a soldier who discovers what it means to be a man, a father, and ultimately, a hero.

Dr. Mike Scanlon learns, while half a world from home, that his wife has died in what appears to be a tragic accident. But he returns to find the life he left behind has fallen apart.

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His medical practice is in jeopardy, and he is a complete stranger to the only family he has left – his precious baby girl. Worse, he learns a shocking secret that sends him into a downward spiral.

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Lisa Scottoline “Save Me”

April 29th, 2011

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For some people, being bullied doesn’t end when they grow up and leave school. Litigator-turned-bestselling author Lisa Scottoline builds her new novel “Save Me” around a third-grade girl, who is being bullied at school, and her parents, who become victims of what Scottoline says is a different kind of bullying.

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The story begins with Rose, a mother who volunteers to be a “lunch mom” at her daughter’s school, to see firsthand the bullying that eight-year-old Melly has to put up with. She gets that, but much more: an explosion and fire at the school that forcez Rose to choose between saving her daughter, or the “mean girl” who’s been bullying her.Rose’s decision has consequences that leave her and her family — and the reader — doubting the sanity of the legal system.

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Lisa Scottoline “Lady Killer”

March 1st, 2008

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A successful Philadelphia lawyer, who really wasn’t looking for any trouble, manages to find some when she agrees to help old high school classmates, in Lisa Scottoline‘s thriller “Lady Killer.”

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It might be a more palatable case for Mary DiNunzio, if not for how vividly she remembers how these classmates treated her, back in the day. Earning their respect, now that they really need her, will be sweet — if Mary can find the classmate who’s gone missing. Assuming she’s still alive.

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