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10 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

A GREAT INTRIGUE

Lisa Scottoline is by now a well known commodity. Her women have, hitherto, been bright, attractive and starkly consumerist. Good people but obsessed with the things that are the tokens of success. This novel marks a move in a more human and humane direction. Her judge ...
Lisa Scottoline is by now a well known commodity. Her women have, hitherto, been bright, attractive and starkly consumerist. Good people but obsessed with the things that are the tokens of success. This novel marks a move in a more human and humane direction. Her judge finds herself in a situation requiring a ruling according to law not justice which becomes tangled with the judges private life. Friends and associates also become involved (pay close attention to cell phones)and attitudes clash and shift. While deep motivations -childhood, friendship, family- make sense, there are also some unrealistic bits. The conclusion is somewhat scurried after the lingering development, but this is a real improvement over ealier works. One little thing, I really could do without the expression :aargh" regularly appearing throughout...

posted by 166983 on October 20, 2008

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

not bad, not great

the story moves quickly and is fairly engaging. however, the characters are not developed with a lot of depth and the storyline gets a little hard to believe.

some interesting real life touches on a mysterious town in Pennsylavania and a parent raising a child...
the story moves quickly and is fairly engaging. however, the characters are not developed with a lot of depth and the storyline gets a little hard to believe.

some interesting real life touches on a mysterious town in Pennsylavania and a parent raising a child with autism.

posted by hound48 on October 31, 2008

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