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Everywhere That Mary Went: A Rosato & Associates Novel

Everywhere That Mary Went: A Rosato & Associates Novel

Escrito por Lisa Scottoline

Narrado por Teri Schnaubelt


Everywhere That Mary Went: A Rosato & Associates Novel

Escrito por Lisa Scottoline

Narrado por Teri Schnaubelt

valoraciones:
4/5 (30 valoraciones)
Longitud:
9 horas
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Publicado:
Dec 6, 2016
ISBN:
9780062645647
Formato:
Audiolibro

Descripción

In New York Times bestselling author Lisa Scottoline's electrifying, Edgar nominated, first novel in her Rosato & Associates series, a young lawyer at an all-female law firm must stay one step ahead of a stalker who has a deadly agenda.

"A page turner that whips through legal labyrinths and emotional mazes."-Nora Roberts

Mary DiNunzio has been slaving away for the past eight years trying to make partner in her cutthroat Philadelphia law firm. She's too busy to worry about the crank phone calls she's been getting-until they fall into a sinister pattern. The phone rings as soon as she gets to work, then as soon as she gets home.

Mary can't shake the sensation that someone is watching her, following her every move. The shadowboxing turns deadly when her worst fears are realized, and she has to fight for something a lot more important than partnership-her life.

Editorial:
Publicado:
Dec 6, 2016
ISBN:
9780062645647
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Sobre el autor

Lisa Scottoline is the New York Times bestselling author of over thirty novels including Look Again, Lady Killer, Think Twice, Save Me and Everywhere That Mary Went. She also writes a weekly column, “Chick Wit,” with her daughter Francesca Serritella, for The Philadelphia Inquirer. The columns have been collected in seven volumes, including Why My Third Husband Will Be a Dog and My Nest Isn’t Empty, It Just Has More Closet Space. Scottoline has won an Edgar® Award and Cosmopolitan magazine’s “Fun Fearless Fiction” Award, and she served as the president of Mystery Writers of America. She teaches a course on justice and fiction at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, her alma mater. She lives in the Philadelphia area.

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  • (4/5)
    This was an enjoyable debut in the Rosato and Asociates series, however initially it didn't feel like the first book in a series and I do wonder if originally it was written as a standalone. At the end of the book, though, the scene was set for possibly making it into a series. This was a good book and I liked the main character Mary Di Nunzio, and will be very interested to read more about her. A few good twists and shocks were provided in this book. It was also good to r ad a book where women formed the central characters (and strong characters at that) and that didn't look to a man to solve their problems.I do look forward to reading on in this series.
  • (3/5)
    I enjoyed reading this book. It was a quick, easy book to read and I didn't guess who the stalker was. I liked the main character.
  • (4/5)
    It’s a thriller that has the reader guessing until the very end. Don’t trust any of the possible suspects…you’ll be blindsided by the identity of the perpetrator. It reminded me of a great deal of the Roselli and Isles series as there is a lot of fun dialogue and homey episodes with Mary's Italian family. This is the first of this series that I have read but I understand the idea will be to focus on a different attorney that makes up the all women’s law firm with each additional book. . Great idea… Since this book was published in 2009 I’m sure there are many more waiting for me I’m looking forward to it.
  • (5/5)
    Marvelous! What else do you need to say but that it’s by Lisa Scottoline. Doesn’t matter if it’s Rosato & Associates, Rosato & DiNunzio, standalone thriller or humorous non-fiction, you know before you pick it up that it will be terrific and totally satisfying. Going back to the beginning of her books, reminds me why I was right to choose her as my favorite author.
  • (3/5)
    It was interesting to read about the early career of Mary, especially since I was exposed to her career later in her professional life. Not as well written as the later books, but enjoyable. I'm curious to see which of the associates is brought into the later books.
  • (4/5)
    Mary DiNunzio hopes to make partner in a cutthroat law firm, especially since the fatal accident that took her husband's life. She wins a major case but starts receiving vaguely threatening notes and is fairly certain someone is following her. Could it be a co-worker, jealous of her success? Mary is still grieving her husband and the absence of her twin sister who is sequestered away in a convent as a novitiate, and now she's starting to fear for her life. With the help of best friend and fellow lawyer, Judy, Mary tries to sort it all out with what will become her trademark inner strength, and sense of humor, seen in future Scottoline novels.
  • (2/5)
    I was going along with the whole story - despite the useless pop culture references from the early 1990s - right up until the killer is revealed. What an idiotic climax. I won't be reading the rest of the books in this series.
  • (3/5)
    Great characterization and depth. Story was a little thin. I had a hard time concentrating on the "mystery" because I cared more about the individuals. But all in all a fun read that went very quickly. I'm going to enjoy reading the rest of this series I believe.
  • (5/5)
    Well done audio book about an attorney who is being stalked. Very suspenseful.
  • (4/5)
    Very good mystery! Little cliff hanger at the end!! Liked the characters and just overall really enjoyed the book! Can't wait to read/listen to the rest of her books!!
  • (2/5)
    The heroine and narrator of the book, Mary Di Nunzio, is an associate in a corporate law firm in Philadelphia and up for promotion to partner. She's foul-mouthed, ballsy wise-cracking and the voice is pretty light and humorous. It's not just first person but present tense and sounds a bit odd. Present tense often lends a sense of lyricism and immediacy but that's not really the tone set here.The thing is, even though this was on a Suspense novel reading list and is billed as a legal thriller, I felt that what this was meant to be--and should have been--was chick lit. It might have worked well as chick lit. There's a certain wit and a breeziness to the voice. Mary is close to a family full of quirky characters such as a twin who is a novice in a cloistered Catholic order. At the firm there's her best friend Judy, her loyal gay male secretary Brent and a fellow associate who is trying to woo her. Mary's still grieving though for her husband who was killed in a seeming accident, but she's just beginning to consider picking up on her personal life. Despite that from the beginning Mary is dealing with harassing hangup calls and a stalker, for the first hundred pages or so there really is no sense of menace. So when that part of the book does kick into gear, I felt as if I accidentally had picked up another book. And I don't feel it ever comes together well as either a suspense novel or legal thriller. In fact, I thought the resolution was laugh-out-loud funny in a bad way. This didn't leave me wanting to ever read more of Lisa Scottoline.
  • (1/5)
    Basic writing with an ending that made no sense. In an effort to trick the reader with a predictable ending the writer did a bad job of connecting the dots. More research is needed on the characters and some descriptions/references to other characters were just offensive and had no place in the book. A waste of time for me.
  • (4/5)
    To read a novel by any author that creates novels in a field in which they have worked brings realism and depth to the settings, dialogue, drama, action, and resolution that are unmatched. Lisa Scottoline brings her extensive legal experience to each novel written and as a Philadelphia native adds the unique Philly flavor to the setting, character conversations and especially their humor. As I read"I scuff into the kitchen and crack a pressurized can of Maxwell House. The can opens with a fragrant hiss, then the telephone rings."I felt like I was back in my first apartment opening that precious Maxwell House can, smelling the heavenly fragrance, and getting the percolator ready so it was all ready to plug in at just the perfect moment to serve fresh percolated coffee with dessert.

    A wonderful series opener! I can't wait to read more!!