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Courting Trouble (Rosato & Associates Series #7)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2003

    Totally unbelievable

    In some cases unbelievable might be used in a favorable way, but not here. The story line just was too unrealistic and filled with happenings that made no sense. I have read Lisa Scottoline before and found her fun, but not this time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 21, 2002

    A little unrealistic......

    This book had such potential, but ended up failing. Just when it would start to get good, the plot would take a turn that was not realistic at all. Not to mention there were tons of mispelled words and wrong words all together that didn't make sense in the sentence. Don't waste your time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2002

    back to the drawing board

    I loved 'The Vendetta Defense.' I really liked 'Moment of Truth.' And I started off liking Anne Murphy with her wacky 'mental notes.' However, the plot of this book was driven by such stupidity on her part that I eventually totally lost any sympathy for her. I don't know if Lisa was working under a tight deadline or what, but this book read like it was thrown together. Gone was the rich subtle texture of Scottoline's earlier works. Left was a character whose chief claim to fame was her adoration of Lucy and Desi. I definitely won't rush out to buy Lisa's next one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 12, 2002

    No sympathy for Stupidity

    I have really liked Lisa Scottoline's previous books, but this one left me cold. Anne Murphy committed the cardinal sin of doing one too many really stupid things in order to move the plot along. When that happens, I lose interest, and that happened for me when Anne headed to the tent with absolutely no idea what she was going to do. Basically, I lost sympathy for her. It was like going to a horror movie and having the stupid person go down in the basement alone when everyone knows the boogie man is waiting down there for her. Scottoline's previous books relied on subtlety and wit. This one relied on the stupidity of its heroine. Not my favorite.

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