Rosato and Associates novels
2) Legal tender
When attorney Jack Newlin discovers his wife dead in their home, he's convinced he knows who killed her—and is equally determined to hide the truth. He decides to frame himself for murder, and to seal his fate he hires the most inexperienced lawyer he can find: a reluctant rookie by the name of Mary DiNunzio from the hot Philadelphia firm of Rosato & Associates. But hiring Mary may turn out to be his biggest mistake. She doubts Jack's...
"Scottoline knows the simple yet magical secret at the heart of compelling suspense fiction." — Philadelphia Inquirer
In the sixth riveting thriller in #1 bestselling author Lisa Scottoline's Rosato & Associates series, a lawyer is handed the case that could make her career—and jeopardize her life.
Judy Carrier takes the case of her career to defend Anthony Lucia, fondly known as "Pigeon...
8) Dead ringer
Bennie Rosato is fighting the battle of her life — against her own twin. The action starts innocently enough, with a stolen wallet, but in no time events escalate and the twin wreaks havoc that can be created only by a dead ringer. Her twin tries to destroy Bennie's law firm, Rosato & Associates, and then strikes at her very heart — which just happens to be otherwise engaged by a handsome, hunky stranger with the perfect amount...
9) Killer smile
With her trademark wit and style, New York Times bestselling author Lisa Scottoline delivers yet another blockbuster thriller
With the halfhearted okay of her boss at the boutique Philly firm of Rosato & Associates, insecure young lawyer Mary DiNunzio takes on a pro bono case—which is Latin for not paying squat. What's more, the client is dead and the case is half a century old, involving an Italian fisherman interned at a camp in...
10) Lady killer
11) Think twice
From the blockbuster New York Times bestselling author of Look Again comes a novel that makes you question the nature of evil: is it born in us or is it bred?
Bennie Rosato looks exactly like her identical twin, Alice Connolly, but the darkness in Alice's soul makes them two very different women. Or at least that's what Bennie believes, until she finds herself buried alive at the hands of her twin.