Also by Lisa Scottoline. I can’t say i. t’s so awful. Abby sobbed, and Jill caught a distinct whiff of alcohol on her breath and came up to speed.
Also by Lisa Scottoline. Abby wasn’t injured, she’d been drinking. Jill hadn’t seen her in three years, and Abby had grown up; she’d be nineteen now.
I was a Lisa Scottoline fan for many years, reading the next book in the Benny Rosato series as soon as it came out. That series, and her stand-alones, were dependably entertaining, some more compelling than others, but an author I would always pick up for a fun read. But Scottoline didn't seem to know how to end the Rosato Law Firm series, pulling her main character into ever-weirder scenarios (the evil twin, the live burial).
I have enjoyed Lisa Scattoline's books for about four years now. I was glad when she branched out into family mysteries which showed her mettle as a writer. I had high expectations for Come Home but was bitterly disappointed. The main character Jill is too good to be believed. Doctor, detective, mother, ex-stepmother.
Come Home held me spellbound. LISA SCOTTOLINE is a New York Times bestselling and Edgar Award-winning author of twenty-three novels. Scottoline gets all the details right, and gives all the characters flesh and blood, breath and life. This is a novel that is as full of thrills as it is full of heart. She has 30 million copies of her books in print in the United States, and she has been published in thirty-five countries
A constant stream of people filled the sidewalks, heading home from work or bubbling up from the PATH station, like a people geyser. You have reached your destination, said her GPS.
A constant stream of people filled the sidewalks, heading home from work or bubbling up from the PATH station, like a people geyser parking space, slid into it, and cut the ignition. She’d never pretended to be anybody else before, and she wondered how William had done it, maintaining two identities at once. She retrieved the Phillies cap and popped it on. Oddly, it helped her play her part, like a costume for a role. Jill got out of the car and spotted Nina D’Orive across the street.
Lisa Scottoline is a New York Times bestselling and Edgar Award-winning author of eighteen novels. She has served as the president of the Mystery Writers of America and her recent novel Look Again has been optioned for a feature film. She is a weekly columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer and her columns have been collected in two books and optioned for television. She has 25 million copies of her books in print in the United States, and she has been published in thirty countries.
Электронная книга "Come Home: A Novel", Lisa Scottoline
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Lisa Scottoline is The New York Times bestselling author and Edgar award-winning author of 28 novels, including her latest work, Damaged. She also writes a weekly column with her daughter Francesca Serritella for the Philadelphia Inquirer titled Chick Wit which is a witty and fun take on life from a woman's perspective. Other books by Lisa Scottoline at BookBrowse. Beyond the Book" backstories. Find books by time period, setting & theme.
Lisa Scottoline has delivered taut thrillers with a powerful emotional wallop in her New York Times bestsellers Save Me, Think Twice, and Look Again. Now, with her new novel, Come Home, she ratchets up the suspense with the riveting story of a mother who sacrifices her future for a child from her past. Jill Farrow is a typical suburban mom who has finally gotten her and her daughter's lives back on track after a divorce. She is about to remarry, her job as a pediatrician fulfills her--though it is stressful--and her daughter, Megan, is a happily over-scheduled thirteen-year-old juggling.