Everywhere That Mary Went by Lisa Scottoline
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Mary has been slaving for eight years at her law firm in order to become a partner. Meanwhile her husband had died last year from a hit and run while he was riding his bike. Mary has been grieving and also she misses her twin sister who has entered a convent and Mary just doesn't understand that move.
On top of everything at the moment, Mary appears to be threatened. She is receiving hang up phone calls and perplexing notes. If that wasn't enough as she was walking with her secretary a car came up over the curb and hit and killed him. This is giving Mary ideas that the death of her husband may not have been accidental.
A good start to a series that I will continue reading.
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Saturday, March 24, 2018
Review: Everywhere That Mary Went
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