A Rosato & DiNunzio NovelA Rosato & DiNunzio Novel (Volume 2)
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ISBN: 9781250027696384 Pages
Blockbuster author Lisa Scottoline returns to the all-female law firm of Rosato & Associates with Betrayed—and this time, the case is more personal than ever. . .
Maverick lawyer Judy Carrier has always championed the underdog. When Iris, the housekeeper and best friend of Judy’s beloved aunt, is found dead of an apparent heart attack, Judy begins to suspect foul play. The circumstances of the death leave Judy with more questions than answers, and never before has murder struck so close to home. As she begins an investigation, Judy discovers a shocking truth that confounds her expectations and leads her in a completely different direction. Soon she finds herself plunged into a shadowy world of people who are so desperate that they cannot go to the police—and where others are so ruthless that they prey on vulnerability. Now Judy must locate the strength within herself to seek justice for Iris and her aunt. . .even if it comes at a terrible price.
Judy Carrier eyed her reflection in the shiny elevator doors, wondering when mirrors stopped being her friend. Her cropped yellow-blonde hair stuck out like demented sunrays, and her pink-and-blue Oilily sweater...
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Praise for Betrayed
“TERRIFIC!” —Booklist on Accused
“Accused is a scorcher of a story...you'll be riveted till the very last page.” —Linda Fairstein on Accused
“Accused is Scottoline in top form.” —Time.com on Accused
“This is a long-awaited, solid entry into a terrific series that should appeal to fans of Sheldon Siegel, Rose Connors, and Steve Martini.” —Booklist on Accused
“Scottoline is at her best writing the "Rosato and Associates" stories and this latest is one of her best. Keep 'em coming, Lisa.” —Huffington Post on Accused
“Captivating.” —Deseret News on Accused
“Intriguing.” —Publishers Weekly on Accused
“One can almost hear the cheering from Scottoline's fans, including this reviewer, upon learning that the charming and often amusing ladies of Rosato & Associates have returned. Their personalities and antics burst from the pages, leaving readers wanting more.” —Portland Book Review on Accused
“Scottoline once again pushes a book beyond any arbitrary genre restrictions.” —CTNEWS.com on Accused
“After some rockin' stand-alones, Scottoline returns to her popular series about feisty all-female law firm Rosato and Assoc. Nice to have them back.” —People magazine on Accused