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I’m not sure how she became a partner in the firm because a she doesn’t seem to know much about the law, b she seems like a shrinking violet, only really speaking up because she starts to really love and care for her year-old cli Compared to some of the very clever mysteries Scotgoline read lately, this fell way short. Was justice really served all those years ago?
Thanks for telling us about the problem. I have been reading this series since Judy’s story and then went back to book 1 and binge read them. I haven’t read any prior books.
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This was not what I expected. This was the first time I ever listened to a book so I did not have anything to compare it with.
Everywhere That Mary Went: It falls flat, and quite frankly ruins the storyline. Liked it, but it could have been better.
No trivia or quizzes yet. This book is well-written. I am not sure that I will be there for the next one, but to say I did not enjoy this would be an error. There’s a big problem however: I felt, right from the beginning, with Mary writing notes to Judy while being interviewed by a potential client, that their behaviour oisa childish and totally accusdd.
Jun 28, Cheryl rated it did not like it.
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If she is all I can say, “It ain’t working!!! It will take a team of unstoppable female lawyers, plus one thirteen-year-old genius, to find out.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Scottolins Gardner family is one of the most powerful in the country and Allegra’s parents don’t believe in reopening the case, so taking it on is risky. What we got instead was fluff, everything neatly tied together to make all characters happy ever after. Media reporter, reviewer, producer, guest booker, blogger.
Way too many quirky characters and way too much time with them that they overpowered the plot. I wish I could rate this one higher. I’ll have to admit that I was unaware that this was part of a series, so perhaps if I had read the previous books I would have enjoyed this book more. The”Accused” review by Suzanne Dowling. I seem to remember Judy being much more vivid in personality. It was all over the place.
I have too many other books to read before my own expiration date arrives! The plot got me hooked so I kept on reading until Mary solved the case, and I was not able to guess who the real killer was, so it’s a good thing, I guess. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. To view it, click here. The book was light, but the characters are interesting and likable. That puts her pretty solidly to my mind in her thirties. She is a weekly columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer and her columns have been collected in two books and optioned for television.