Mistaken Identity - Lisa Scottoline

Mistaken Identity

By Lisa Scottoline

  • Release Date - Published: 2009-10-13
  • Book Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
  • Author: Lisa Scottoline
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 78 Ratings)

Mistaken Identity Lisa Scottoline read online review & book description:

“A humdinger”
—USA Today

“Ratcheting suspense, dynamic characters, and a master’s touch”
—David Baldacci, New York Times bestselling author of The Sixth Man

With the spellbinding crime fiction masterwork, Mistaken Identity, Lisa Scottoline rocketed onto the New York Times bestseller list—and she’s remained there ever since! A stunning tale of mystery and suspense, this classic from the beloved, Edgar® Award-winning author once again leads readers down the gritty streets of Philadelphia and into the offices of the law firm of Rosato & Associates. When a new client who’s been accused of murder—and who bears an astonishing resemblance to Bennie Rosato—asks the crusading criminal defense attorney to take her case, Bennie finds herself entangled in a sticky web of murder, corruption, and violence that threatens to reveal the shocking truth about her own past. If you haven’t read Lisa Scottoline before, Mistaken Identity will prove to you what her many fans already know: nobody does it better!

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    4
    By Melly897
    This was the second Lisa Scottoline book for me to read. The first was Look Again which I couldn't put down. I found this book to move very slowly. It was divided into three books within the one. Book one and two moved so slowly I almost gave up reading it several times. However, once I got to book three, I couldn't put it down. She saved all the action for the end. Upon completion, i can say it was well worth sticking with it.

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