Then her wallet goes missing. And Bennie's life goes crazy.
Someone is posing as the outspoken, blue-eyed, blond attorney and is wreaking havoc around town, apparently determined to destroy everything Bennie loves. Only one person can pull off this double deception: Bennie's identical twin sister, Alice Connelly. But as far as Bennie knows, Alice left Philly long ago and never looked back.
When events escalate into murder, the maverick lawyer realizes that the stakes are far greater than she feared. But Bennie Rosato refuses to be anyone's victim. To find the killer, she'll plunge headfirst into a life-and-death investigation that will bring her face to face with evil darker, yet more familiar, than anything before.
©2003 Lisa Scottoline; (P)2003 HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.
The narrator did her best to generate interest. Unfortunately, the author didn't cooperate. I doggedly plugged along hoping something of interest would happen. Eleven hours later I finally got redemption..IT ENDED!
I don't usually listen to abridged versions, but I have to admit that the pacing in this one was very quick and 'thrilling' -- and Kate Burton has a great voice for Bennie Rosato. She did a good job with the French and German speakers as well; I would certainly listen to more she narrates.
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