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Think Twice

by Lisa Scottoline

Think Twice
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  • Published in USA  Mar 2010
    384 pages
    Genre: Thrillers

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Samantha (04/07/10)

Really bad!
Super bad story! Why would Alice drag Judy to the docks to kill her (Alice could have gone directly to the airport after the meeting with Rexco at the office) when Judy was unsure of Alice's real identity and didn't have nothing on her? Absolutely uncalled for, puerile as well. The piece on the docks in itself is ridiculous, what with Mary DiNunzio, her parents (good grief!), Grady, Fiorella Bucatina and the real Bennie there.. Must have been twenty people there.. Gosh, the scene was comic at best.
This book is completely uninspired. If you really want to read it, do yourself a favor and borrow it from the closest public library or from a friend or neighbor... don't buy it.. it is not worth your money. Honestly.
Raffie (04/07/10)

Like a bad first novel....
Great authors can definitely fall short on occasion. That is the case of L. Scottoline and her latest book, Think Twice. The story, while somewhat entertaining, fails to convince and captivate the reader. The characters show no depth at all, the plot feels like a bad rehearsal. The overall feel is that of a badly written first novel. I did not expect it from a writer of the stature of Scottoline, but I guess a contract is a contract....
My two cents, anyway. =)
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