Think Twice – Lisa Scottoline

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Sensing a theme here? I had gone on a binge on day at a library book sale and bought a bunch of Lisa’s books. We are moving in a few months, so I am trying to read through the ones I have so I can donate them.

This one I finished in two days. I really enjoyed it. It is another Rosato & Associates and it is told from Mary’s point of view and from her boss, Bennie Rosato. Which I think is one of the reasons I enjoyed it. I love getting different points of view in a story.

Another note before I go on to my “review” such as they are, is that I don’t think you have to read these stories in any sort of order. The timelines obviously matter because people get married or die or whatever, but I think you can muddle along. You would obviously develop more feeling to the characters having started from the beginning, but for a quick fun read, I think it is okay to jump in where ever.

This story takes place after Mary has been with the firm for quite sometime. Long enough where she thinks she knows her boss pretty well. Her boss, on the other hand, continues to keep people at a distance. She works hard and doesn’t have time to a lot of connections. The only real family she has is her estranged twin sister. Alike only in looks Alice and Bennie couldn’t be more different in personality. When her sister invites her over for dinner, Bennie bets it is because she needs something. She just didn’t realize how much it would cost her.

There was one part in this book that shows how awful and sick Alice actually is. It is actually difficult to read.

This book kept me turning the pages long past my bedtime and I really enjoyed it very much. Good story for those who like thrillers, the series, or suspense.

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