New York Times bestselling and Edgar Award-winning author Lisa Scottoline revolutionized crime fiction when she introduced her all-female law firm of Rosato . Accused [Lisa Scottoline, Katherine Fenton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. : Accused: A Rosato & DiNunzio Novel (): Lisa Scottoline: Books.
I finally started reading the first sentence of a paragraph in order to get the idea of what was going on. Her parents and their friends – the three Tonys – are a large part of her life.
Accused (Rosato & DiNunzio, #1) by Lisa Scottoline
The new client is a year-old genius; however, she does cacused understand the simplest terminology the term retainer – something a genius should definitely understand especially if she has been interviewing several law firms. Many of the acused or two stars are only stars nothing written so I can only guess at the reasons for the low rating. Irritated me to no end.
Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. She is saying that the man Lonnie Stall who is serving time in prison for murdering her older sister Fiona are not true as he is innocent.
She is fantastic and so are her books: She does experience personal and professional growth over the course of Accused, which I was happy about. My main problem is I didn’t like the primary character of Mary DiNunzio. And she spends little time as a lawyer. Not Scottoline’s best effort.
The beginning and end were very good but it got a little long and drawn out in the middle. One would expect maturity from this character. Published September 9th by St. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
In my opinion her narration added to the humorous portions of the book and made it a highly entertaining experience. Although the main character, Mary, seemed engaging, and the hy premise of a young girl client seemed promising, I agree with the other reviews siting the overly-featured family characters, and Mary’s seemingly naive understanding of key legal points, after becoming a partner in a law firm.
I understand you and appreciate you, and can make you happy the rest of your life, I scoftoline you that. We have an african american in jail after being convicted of a crime. Preview — Accused by Lisa Scottoline. I am not a grammar freak; however, I do freak when the grammar is this terrible. I didn’t read the previous reviews until I had already started the book, but I wish I had so I wouldn’t waste my time on this book.
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Whiny, dysfunctional main character. Best scene in story: Mary makes her first decision as a partner and takes the case. You can follow my reviews at https: When the firm is approached by a client and asked to look into the murder of her sister, Mary is ready to take on the case. Allegra’s older sister Fiona was murdered six years before and Ronnie Stall, a college student who moonlighted as a waiter for Gardner family parties, was imprisoned scottolinf the crime.
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But, then again, maybe not. I saved the plot by simply skipping almost all of the family stuff. This is somewhat different than mos of the legal thrillers, but it is worth reading. Maybe it was too much of Mary’s life, I was intrigued abou the case and I had to read a zcottoline about Mary going around and then find out a little something more about the case.
Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. I don’t have anything against religion, but it was a hinder and not necessary. Instead of adding to the plot, the focus on Mary’s family comes across as annoying and pointless; the book easily would have been two times better without then.
We got bees, we got fractured families, we got ziti. Way too many quirky characters and way too much time with them that they overpowered the plot.
Of all the gals, she is my least favorite. I really needed a good mystery and Accused delivered for me.
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Be the first to discover new talent! Nov 21, Carol rated it liked it. She believes scottolie the convicted killer is actually innocent, and there seems to be a question on whether this has crossed to an unhealthy obsession.
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