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  1. Tulay Tulay says:

    Entertaining, but.Some action inserted into this story didn t have much to do with the story line and almost skipped some pages Also there was many religious parts Mary DiNunzio trying to make partner, surrounded with loving family, friend and secretary She misses her twin sister, who decided to become nun Conversations between the two sisters about their life choices was the best part of this book Somebody has been following her and sending notes, ending was shocking.


  2. Rose Rose says:

    After reading three of her books in no particular order which I chose based solely on plot , I ve become enough of a Scottoline fan to want to go back to the beginning and read her books in order Not all of her books star Mary DiNunzio and her eventual law partner boss Bennie Rosato, but enough of them do that I decided I need to start reading in order.This was Scottoline s first DiNunzio book and first book, period Mary was the first character of hers that I met, and remains my favorite m After reading three of her books in no particular order which I chose based solely on plot , I ve become enough of a Scottoline fan to want to go back to the beginning and read her books in order Not all of her books star Mary DiNunzio and her eventual law partner boss Bennie Rosato, but enough of them do that I decided I need to start reading in order.This was Scottoline s first DiNunzio book and first book, period Mary was the first character of hers that I met, and remains my favorite mostly because I can relate so well to her I knew, from Lady Killer, that Mary was a widow but in Everywhere That Mary Went, she s fairly newly widowed, and I finally found out what happened to her husband I also found out some significant things about her and her past, and like all good character revelations, it made me love her character .I raced through the book to find out the answers that s the curse of a Lisa Scottoline book you wanna read slow, to enjoy it and take it all in but ya wanna read fast so that you can find out what s going _on_ , but it was a _fun_ ride if not too fun Mary loses a dear friend a death I saw coming, since the character in question isn t in the later books , confronts her twin sister and, best of all for me as a relating reader, she confronts her own doubts and fears and griefs I tell people that Scottoline s books are a magical mix lots of humor and fun and everyday hilarity, but she s not Evanovich good characters die sometimes, and serious issues are dealt with The ending made me cry I ve learned that you don t stop loving someone just because they die And you don t stop loving someone who s dead just because you start loving someone else I know this violates the natural law that two things can t occupy the same place at the same time, but that s never been true of the human heart anyway Any author who can incorporate that beautiful observation into a top notch suspense plot chock full of legal thrillings is gonna be a favorite of mine If you like legal thrillers or, really, thrillers of any kind you gotta try this author


  3. Joe Krakovsky Joe Krakovsky says:

    This title was what my book club members chose to read for the month When reading such selections, or the ones won in a Goodreads drawing, I ignore introductions, prefaces, other reviews, and even what is printed on the cover I want to go into this with an open mind So I read the book and this is what I would like to share with you, hopefully without giving away any spoilers.I suppose what caught my attention right off was that the main character was in a major law firm She didn t just work This title was what my book club members chose to read for the month When reading such selections, or the ones won in a Goodreads drawing, I ignore introductions, prefaces, other reviews, and even what is printed on the cover I want to go into this with an open mind So I read the book and this is what I would like to share with you, hopefully without giving away any spoilers.I suppose what caught my attention right off was that the main character was in a major law firm She didn t just work there, but actually shared with me just what the heck goes on in the ivory tower As I was reading I said to myself, Either this author is a lawyer or she did one heck of a lot of research It is funny, one I despise, and one I admire It wasn t until I finished the story that I found out the author was in fact a lawyer So I guess I have to give a good review or she ll sue me I know this was fiction, but they say to write about what you know That being the case, I wascaught up in the character s work dealings than with her private life But that s just me I am sure the ladies in my book club just ate this up One comment though She had two guys bonding over traded war stories concerning aircraft I it was so wrong I wanted to pull my hair out This was one instance that she was out of her element I felt like Chief Ramsey overhearing the McDonalds fry guy talking about cooking in hot water instead of hot grease Now if the author was writing about what she knows, and I read about all the human garbage that pass for top lawyers and judges in this fictional account, I wonder if it is time for us to bring out the guillotine What I am hinting at is that you will enjoy this book if you like drama.There were some twists that I never saw coming One in particular was her boss and his hot secretary I have worked in a corporate headquarters and there was plenty of eye candy The candy counter was usually a receptionist desk bigger than my laboratory bench One thing I really enjoyed was the author s knack for describe things by comparing them to something else Being a Catholic, she made the reference to how the detective in his dark raincoat looked like a big alter boy Anyone who grew up Catholic knows exactly what she is referring to It was picture clear And she did this over and over again I have to admit that there were some parts in the middle that seemed to be filler material As for guessing who the bad guy was, that I didn t know There were so many clues given that after a while I said to myself, Naw it ain t him, over and over The closer I got to the end I kept wondering who it could be Maybe even a woman Well, you will have to read it and see.3.5 rounded up to 4 stars


  4. Karen Medrano-rios Karen Medrano-rios says:

    I am SOOOOOOO mad I CAN T STAND THIS BOOK Granted, I may be writing out of anger since I finished reading this book after a very difficult 12 hour shifthungry, tired, smelly Not a good combo The premise of this book was interesting but I CAN T STAND HOW BAD IT WAS It was SO fragmented and confusing Reminds me of when I tried to read Wickedso bloody confusing Anyway, it was too fragmented to follow SPOILER ALERT Here is a list of things that didn t make sense in the book I am SOOOOOOO mad I CAN T STAND THIS BOOK Granted, I may be writing out of anger since I finished reading this book after a very difficult 12 hour shifthungry, tired, smelly Not a good combo The premise of this book was interesting but I CAN T STAND HOW BAD IT WAS It was SO fragmented and confusing Reminds me of when I tried to read Wickedso bloody confusing Anyway, it was too fragmented to follow SPOILER ALERT Here is a list of things that didn t make sense in the book Mary s husband s death there s absolutely NO INDICATION ANYWHERE AT ALL that his death might be suspicious until the very end It s as if the author said, His death was a sad, tragic, random accident..JUST KIDDING Let me make weird, random ties between his death and COMPLETELY UNRELATED THINGS THAT ARE HAPPENING RIGHT NOW in a way that only makes sense if you squint one eye and close the other Mary s twin sister there was potential for a good story here A twin sister who mysteriously dissappears into a convent in a cult like fashion and is forbidden to make any contact at all with her loved ones FOR YEARS ON END GREAT POTENTIAL However, absolutely NOTHING INTERESTING happens here sigh Mary s new love interest he is a handsome, successful, quiet guy who is secretely in love with Mary He painfully watches as she dates another guy, marries him, mourns him after his death.and when he finally gets his chance to shine and gets to spend a crazy romantic weekend with her.she finds a medicine cabinet FULL of anti psychotic medications ANOTHER AWESOME STORY LINE GREAT POTENTIAL In fact, Ned is the only likeable person in the ENTIRE BOOK Could he be Mary s stalker No That would make the story TOO INTERESTING I could go on and on This book had TONS of great storylines within the story itself, but the author chose not to dive into any of them The result of this A VERY boring book And, I understand that this is a book that deals with law and everything, but the author spend WAY TOO LONG discussing lawyer mumbo jumbo What s a deposition What s a jurisdiction What was the Hanks lawsuit all about AUGH There are pages upon PAGES written in lawyer talk that the average person such as myself has no way of understanding what s going on I got SO LOST in the lawyer language and the author gave NO explanation that I finally gave up trying to decipher it all And the ending..oh sweet God, the ending NO SENSE AT ALL The villain LITERALLY CAME OUT OF NOWHERE WITH A HUMOUNGOUS STORYLINE OF HIS OWN THAT LITERALLY MADE NO SENSE AUGH I am SO FRUSTRATED by this book..I wish I could give it NEGATIVE 5 STARS


  5. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    3.5 Stars It started out a little slow for me and got a little slow in the middle so that s why I couldn t quite give it 4 stars I did enjoy it, though Mary frustrated me some, but I liked her I think after hearing Lisa Scottoline speak in person, I was better able to appreciate Mary I thought the conclusion of the mystery was pretty good I hadn t suspected it at all, but it made sense I m seriously considering spending money and buying the next book in the series because there s a really 3.5 Stars It started out a little slow for me and got a little slow in the middle so that s why I couldn t quite give it 4 stars I did enjoy it, though Mary frustrated me some, but I liked her I think after hearing Lisa Scottoline speak in person, I was better able to appreciate Mary I thought the conclusion of the mystery was pretty good I hadn t suspected it at all, but it made sense I m seriously considering spending money and buying the next book in the series because there s a really long wait for it at the library


  6. Kinga Kinga says:

    Why is it so hard to find a decent classic crime thriller that won t offend my intelligence I rolled my eyes so much at this hot mess, an exorcist was called The heroine is too stupid to live Her actions were mostly nonsensical and they were at least five pointless and abandoned plot strands.The villain when revealed was too ridiculous and out of nowhere that the ending was completely unsatisfactory I can t discuss the stupidity of this book without revealing the whole plot so just trust me Why is it so hard to find a decent classic crime thriller that won t offend my intelligence I rolled my eyes so much at this hot mess, an exorcist was called The heroine is too stupid to live Her actions were mostly nonsensical and they were at least five pointless and abandoned plot strands.The villain when revealed was too ridiculous and out of nowhere that the ending was completely unsatisfactory I can t discuss the stupidity of this book without revealing the whole plot so just trust me For example there was an event that happened years before the events in the book and the circumstances of it were never questioned until the main character starts questioning in the middle of the book for absolutely no reason, but all of a sudden she is 100% sure that thing was no accident ugh Just kill it with fire Not to mention the audiobook narrator who sounded angry throughout the whole novel though, maybe I d be too if I had to read it out loud and had a seriously unpleasant voice and manner of speaking


  7. Amanda McGill Amanda McGill says:

    That s it I m done with Lisa Scottoline s novels After 3 different novels, I haven t rated her above 2 stars and hated her novels Everywhere That Mary Went is the first novel in a successful series It focused on Mary, a lawyer, who is grieving after her husband s death She is trying to focus on becoming a partner at her current law firm, however she keeps receiving stalker ish notes and phone calls So this novel is about a stalker, but unfortunately a not very entertaining stalker The sta That s it I m done with Lisa Scottoline s novels After 3 different novels, I haven t rated her above 2 stars and hated her novels Everywhere That Mary Went is the first novel in a successful series It focused on Mary, a lawyer, who is grieving after her husband s death She is trying to focus on becoming a partner at her current law firm, however she keeps receiving stalker ish notes and phone calls So this novel is about a stalker, but unfortunately a not very entertaining stalker The stalker comes out of nowhere at the end and the journey to get there was super boring I didn t like Mary and couldn t connect with her The novel gets a extra star because I was surprised with who the stalker was


  8. Terri Lynn Terri Lynn says:

    After reading the last book in this series hoping there isto come about lawyer Mary DiNunzio, I read this, the first book in the series We start here with Mary as a widow of one year after her husband,an elementary school teacher Mike, had been run over by a car as he rode his bicycle The first scene in the book starts us off with a nervous Mary trying to make partner in a different firm from the last book The firm is not the all female Rosato and Associates but the male run Stalling After reading the last book in this series hoping there isto come about lawyer Mary DiNunzio, I read this, the first book in the series We start here with Mary as a widow of one year after her husband,an elementary school teacher Mike, had been run over by a car as he rode his bicycle The first scene in the book starts us off with a nervous Mary trying to make partner in a different firm from the last book The firm is not the all female Rosato and Associates but the male run Stalling and Webb She goes into court and is representing a hardware chain that let long time employees get right to the point where their pensions are vested then fires them This can t be justified but it is up to Mary to do so She is in the courtroom of Judge Bitterman who is a sexist and rude SOB she worked for as a legal research assistant until she married Mike the judge wasn t happy He is especially nasty to women and forces her to sing Ave Maria right there in court to try to humiliate her Mary has even worse worries Someone is stalking her, sending her notes, following and spying on her, breaking in her home, and making weird calls without speaking but sounding like he is fantasizing about her and masturbating She begins to suspect all of the men at work and even some of the women She works her lifelong best friend Judy who is very supportive and protective of her as is her gay male secretary, the very sweet Brent, who is glad no one but these two know he is gay because this is a homophobic company and the partners are always making anti gay remarks Mary begins a relationship with one of her competitors for partner, an old law school classmate Ned, who may well be the guy stalking her and who started out by trying to have sex with her on her desk when she was upset and needed comfort Poor Mary is struggling to keep it all together, battling against the terror of being stalked and the frustration with how the partners treat her and confusion over Ned Soon the danger escalates and Mary must flee to the convent where her twin sister lives with a vow of silence and to stay locked in and see and speak to no one There is no comfort here for the Mother Superior is a superior control freak bitch and Mary can t even spend time talking to her twin because the place is like being in prison and has an abnormal environment Mary tries to get her sister to see that she is wasting her life locked in with a bunch of other religious fanatics but in the end must go and face her stalker alone Things take an explosive turn when Mary discovers that her stalker actually killed her late husband Mike on purpose and then did the same to Brent not knowing he was gay and they had just had dinner and not a date as he walked Mary home after dinner together Now it is VERY personal after Brent dies in agony Who is doing this to Mary and can she stop him her


  9. Andrew Andrew says:

    This was an enjoyable debut in the Rosato and Asociates series, however initially it didn t feel like the first book in a series and I do wonder if originally it was written as a standalone At the end of the book, though, the scene was set for possibly making it into a series This was a good book and I liked the main character Mary Di Nunzio, and will be very interested to readabout her A few good twists and shocks were provided in this book It was also good to r ad a book where women This was an enjoyable debut in the Rosato and Asociates series, however initially it didn t feel like the first book in a series and I do wonder if originally it was written as a standalone At the end of the book, though, the scene was set for possibly making it into a series This was a good book and I liked the main character Mary Di Nunzio, and will be very interested to readabout her A few good twists and shocks were provided in this book It was also good to r ad a book where women formed the central characters and strong characters at that and that didn t look to a man to solve their problems.I do look forward to reading on in this series


  10. Brittany Brittany says:

    Mary is a lawyer at one of the most prestigious law firms in Philaelphia and in a short two months she is almost a shoe in to make partner Her life seems to be going perfectly and on track Unfortunately for Mary, someone is stalking her and it could be anyone she knows This book was entertaining, but there were parts that really bothered me It seemed to be a little all over the place, there was a clear stalker plot, but the rest of the story didn t seem to flow too well The part that really Mary is a lawyer at one of the most prestigious law firms in Philaelphia and in a short two months she is almost a shoe in to make partner Her life seems to be going perfectly and on track Unfortunately for Mary, someone is stalking her and it could be anyone she knows This book was entertaining, but there were parts that really bothered me It seemed to be a little all over the place, there was a clear stalker plot, but the rest of the story didn t seem to flow too well The part that really bothered me about this book was the love story that didn t seem to fit into this book at all It was definitely insta love which is already annoying, but it served no purpose in the plot whatsoever which made reading about it annoying The sub plots were not my favorite however, the main stalker plot was well thought out and you could definitely feel the fear of Mary as she tries to determine who is after her and why It will leave you guessing throughout the book as to who is going everywhere that Mary went


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Everywhere That Mary Went [PDF / Epub] ★ Everywhere That Mary Went By Lisa Scottoline – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Judgement day will come It s just a matter of time Mary has been slaving away for the past eight years trying to make partner in her cutthroat Philadelphia law firm She s too busy to worry about the c Judgement day will come It s just a matter of time Mary has been slaving away for the past eight years trying to make partner in her cutthroat Philadelphia law firm She s too busy to worry about the crank phone calls that she s been getting until they fall into Everywhere That PDF/EPUB ² a sinister pattern The phone rings as soon as she gets to work, then as soon as she gets home Mary can t shake the sensation that someone is watching her, following her every move The shadowboxing turns deadly when her worst fears are realized, and she has to fight for something a lot important than partnership her life.

  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • Everywhere That Mary Went
  • Lisa Scottoline
  • English
  • 14 October 2019
  • 0060540478

About the Author: Lisa Scottoline

Lisa Scottoline is The New York Times bestselling author and Edgar award winning author of novels, including her bestselling, AFTER ANNA She also writes a weekly column with her daughter Francesca Serritella for the Philadelphia Inquirer titled Chick Wit which is a witty and fun take on life from Everywhere That PDF/EPUB ² a woman s perspective These stories, along with many other never before published stories, have been collected in a New York Times bestselling series of humorous memoirs including their most recent, I Need A Lifeguard Everywhere But The Pool Lisa reviews popular fiction and non fiction, and her reviews have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Philadelphia Inquirer Lisa has served as President of Mystery Writers of America Lisa graduated magna cum laude in three years from the University of Pennsylvania, with a BA degree in English, and her concentration was Contemporary American Fiction, taught by Philip Roth and others She graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania Law School where she taught a course she developed, Justice and Fiction Lisa is a regular and much sought after speaker at library and corporate events Lisa has over million copies of her books in print and is published in over countries She lives in the Philadelphia area with an array of disobedient pets, and she wouldn t have it any other way.