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    My favorite of the series so far!

    I am a big fan of this series as the characters are so well developed that the reader can’t wait to catch up with their latest story. In the newest book of the Rosato & DiNunzio series, Bennie, Mary, Judy and Anne are not only attorneys but this time they are also the defendents! They are being sued for reverse sex discrimination and the plaintiff’s attorney is none other than Mary’s old nemesis, Nick Machiavelli. While this is clearly not true to fans of the series it has the potential to ruin both the reputation of the women personally and the law firm itself. In true fashion, Ms. Scottoline has many twists and turns throughout the book along with many familiar characters and I don’t use that term loosely! I was riveted by this book and didn’t get much sleep until I finished reading it. Well done!
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    FEARED

    FEARED. Scottoline Bennie, Mary and Judy being sued, sex discrimination, not hiring males lawyers. The one they had, is murdered, who will be accused. Add to this the legal dialog of lawyers, and the case. The fun side is Mary’s family.Good plot, with a good legal case to follow, and murder, is part of a series, it can be read alone. Given ARC by Net Galley and St. Martin’s Press. For my voluntary review and my honest opinion.
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    Mary vs. Nick - exciting

    This book could be read as a stand-alone but you'd miss out on a world of great reading. The stakes are high for the firm of Rosato & DiNunzio & Associates when it is the focus of a lawsuit and smear campaign by Mary's nemesis, Nick Machiavelli. The plot is detailed with excitement as Mary, Judy, Bennie & Ann work together to solve a colleague's murder as well as a client's corporate life and death lawsuit. Mary's extended South Philly family provide the love and laughter that makes this a series to look-forward-to -encounter every year. Thank you Lisa Scottoline for another great book in this series!
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    Stellar Read!

    Another amazing twisted read from Lisa. Thrilled to revisit the old neighborhood with all the family, neighbor and friend craziness that only Mary's neighborhood in South Phillie can bring. Along with that Mary is pregnant, they are facing a lawsuit, an employee in murdered and they're in the middle of a major litigation and Mary's instincts point her in one direction. Back to the old neighborhood and their long time nemesis Machiavelli. Perfect name for the bad guy. Why did I love the Rosary society ladies so much? This story has the best of everything, laughs, tension, suspense, sadness. Mary working through things with Anthony and being pregnant. The whole office has so much going on, Judy, oh how I loved her. She's always right there. I can't say enough good things about this book, it's Lisa at her best as always. She's such a great author and her stories mesh the personal side with the plot. Not many authors can pull that off smoothly and Lisa is stellar. I loved this book and the epilogue. Heavy happy sigh! **arc from Net Galley and Publisher for an honest review**
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