Book Review: Exposed by Lisa Scottoline

Book Review: Exposed by Lisa Scottoline

I love the Rosato & DiNunzio series and this book, Exposed, did not disappoint.  Philadelphia lawyers Bennie Rosato and Mary DiNunzio may end up on opposite sides of the same case, and their new partnership may end faster than it started.  The first series was about Bennie Rosato.  Mary DiNunzio, Judy Carrier and Anne Murphy […]

The Witnesses by Robert Whitlow

The Witnesses by Robert Whitlow

I had never heard of Robert Whitlow before, but the man has written plenty of books.  The cover of this book drew me in – sort of resembled a John Grisham book or something – and it made me curious.  Another drawing factor to this book was the fact that it was a Christian suspense […]

The Tolling of Mercedes Bell by Jennifer Dwight

The Tolling of Mercedes Bell by Jennifer Dwight

I loved the cover of this book, but because I hadn’t ever heard of Jennifer Dwight, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect with The Tolling of Mercedes Bell, but I had some spare time over the weekend so I found myself reading this book cover to cover (did I mention I’m a paralegal at […]

#FRC2015 Book Review: BIGLAW by Lindsay Cameron

#FRC2015  Book Review: BIGLAW by Lindsay Cameron

No big surprise to those who know me personally – I work for lawyers. I’ve worked for lawyers for about 30 years now.  I’ve worked for sole practitioners in the suburbs and I’ve worked for larger firms “downtown” in big cities, but I’ve never worked for a law firm quite like the one portrayed in […]