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"Running From the Law is quick, witty, flavorful and absorbing. Ms. Scottoline's distinctive voice makes this book a pleasure to read, and I did so at warp speed." (Richard North Patterson, author of Degree of Guilt)
"Readers of courtroom fiction will love this latest by Scottoline." (Library Journal)
I wasn't sure I would like this because I generally prefer unabridged but it was pretty good. I enjoy the author and thought this one of her better efforts. Plot twists and interesting characters make for a good story.
Throughout the story I wanted to hear someone else. The voice sounded like she had a sore throat. Very distracting. Good story
I liked Karen Allen's performance; it was my first time listening to her and she did a great job.
Yes, though it was a bit predictable, especially what was supposed to be the final "twist" - you could see it coming for a mile. Happy it did end the way it did, though.
The protagonist's discovery of something that changed her life.
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