!!> PDF / Epub ☆ Everywhere That Mary Went (Rosato & Associates, #1) ✪ Author Lisa Scottoline – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

Everywhere That Mary Went (Rosato & Associates, #1) 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 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.


10 thoughts on “Everywhere That Mary Went (Rosato & Associates, #1)

  1. 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...


  2. 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 he...


  3. 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...


  4. 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 A...


  5. 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 thi...


  6. 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...


  7. 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 p...


  8. says:

    This is the first book I have read of the Rosato series finally and I am so glad that I have started it I literally sat down and read all the way through the book I have read other Lisa Scottoline s books but I can t think of one that I have read straight through in one sitting It kept me on the edge of my seat I had no idea who was stalking Mary until it was revealed by the author The bad guy wasn t even in my radar she kept it hidden so well, but it wasn t an off the wall ending She pu This is the first book I have read of the Rosato series finally and I am so glad that I have started it I literally sat down and read all the way through the book I have read other Lisa Scottoline s books but I can t think of one that I have read straight through in one sitting It kept me on the edge of my seat I had no idea who was stalking Mary until it was revealed by the author The bad guy wasn t even in my radar she kept it hidden so well, but it wasn t an off the wall ending She put the clues there to figure it out but I was still shocked to find that I was so off the trail of who was making all the ...


  9. says:

    I loved this story I recently read Accused by Lisa Scottoline the 12th book in the Rosato Associates series, and I loved it I decided to go back and re read some of Scottoline s early books in this series Everywhere That Mary Went is the first book in this...


  10. says:

    I really went into this book with high hopes I d long been bored with the formulaic legal template utilized by greats like Grisham and Lescroart and thought the perspective of a ball busting female corporate attorney would be a refreshing twist on the predictable I was encouraged to look no further than lawyer author Lisa Scottoline s repertoire Unfortunately, the novel didn t really live up to the hype What Scottoline does better than her contemporaries is handle nuanced characters with foc I really went into this book with high hopes I d long been bo...


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *