Killer Smile

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Harper Collins, Jun 28, 2005 - Fiction - 448 pages
104 Reviews

Lawyer Mary DiNunzio's new case is a mystery—the strange suicide of an Italian fisherman interned during a dark, unspoken chapter in American history. Armed only with the puzzle pieces of a lock of hair, an old photograph, and a paper covered with indecipherable doodles, Mary digs deep into the case and suspects betrayal—and murder.

Meantime, Mary's friends worry that her investigation is becoming an obsession, so they set her up on a series of truly disastrous blind dates. She escapes romance only to risk life and limb to hunt down a ruthless killer. But someone in the shadows—powerful, cold-blooded, and very deadly—will stop at nothing to keep Mary from the truth.

  

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Decent writing, decent plot. - Goodreads
Quite an abrupt ending though. - Goodreads
Definitely a page turner. - Goodreads
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Ending a little disappointing - Goodreads
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Review: Killer Smile (Rosato & Associates #9)

User Review  - Chele - Goodreads

Compelling plot, with a lamentably irritating protagonist Read full review

Review: Killer Smile (Rosato & Associates #9)

User Review  - Doris Ernst - Goodreads

This one at the Bennie Rosato law firm features Mary and they just get better. With a good Mystery, interesting history and some nerve wracking sequences made for an enjoyable read. Though a few of ... Read full review

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Lisa Scottoline is a New York Times bestselling author and serves as president of the Mystery Writers of America. She has won the Edgar Award, as well as many other writing awards. She also writes a Sunday humor column for the Philadelphia Inquirer, titled "Chick Wit," with her daughter, Francesca Serritella. There are thirty million copies of Lisa's books in print, and she has been published in thirty-two countries. She lives in Pennsylvania with an array of disobedient but adorable pets.

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