Accused (Rosato & DiNunzio, Book 1) by Lisa Scottoline

By Lisa Scottoline

New York Times bestselling and Edgar Award–winning writer Lisa Scottoline revolutionized crime fiction whilst she brought her all-female legislations enterprise of Rosato & affiliates, exciting readers together with her twisty, fast paced plots and shooting their hearts together with her forged of sturdy and relatable girl characters. Now Bennie Rosato, Mary DiNunzio, Judy provider, and Anne Murphy are again with all cylinders firing in Accused.

Mary Dinuzio has simply been promoted to accomplice and is set to tackle her most unique case but, dropped at the company by means of a thirteen-year-old genius with a penchant for beekeeping. Allegra Gardner's sister Fiona used to be murdered six years in the past, and it looked like an open-and-shut case: the accused, Lonnie Stall, used to be visible fleeing the scene; his blood used to be on Fiona and her blood was once on him; so much damningly, Lonnie Stall pleaded responsible. yet Allegra believes Lonnie is blameless and has been wrongly imprisoned. The Gardner kin is likely one of the strongest within the kingdom and Allegra's mom and dad don't think in reopening the case, so taking it on is dicy. however the Rosato & affiliates enterprise can by no means withstand an underdog. used to be justice relatively served all these years in the past? it's going to take a workforce of unstoppable lady legal professionals, plus one thirteen-year-old genius, to determine.

Show description

Read Online or Download Accused (Rosato & DiNunzio, Book 1) PDF

Similar thriller books

Operation Caribe (Pirate Hunters)

Modern Pirates of the Caribbean

Terror stalks the Bahamas. an individual is killing filthy rich seagoing travelers, leaving no clues to the id of the marauders and no hint in their victims’ our bodies. The Bahamian police are baffled, and while a Coast protect boat is came across on a reef, its officials murdered, tourism experts become aware of they wish outdoors support, or this crime wave will smash the islands’ largest enterprise.  

           group Whiskey, U. S. soldiers-turned-pirate-hunters, have tangled with Somali pirates, retrieved thousands of bucks of stolen shipment and thwarted different high-seas piracy. They run to flooring a gang of ruthless Caribbean pirates, yet sooner than they could tie up the free ends, they've got unfinished enterprise to settle with Asia’s pirate kingpin. once they go back, they face a danger extra lethal than any piracy, a plot that’ll blow the Caribbean sky excessive, except the pirate hunters can do what even the U. S. military can't . . .

Dog Tags (Andy Carpenter Series, Book 8)

A German Shepherd police puppy witnesses a homicide and if his owner--an Iraq battle vet and previous cop-turned-thief--is convicted of the crime, the puppy may be positioned down. Few rival Andy Carpenter's affection for canines, and he comes to a decision to symbolize the terrible dogs. As Andy struggles to persuade a pass judgement on that this puppy might be let loose, he discovers that the puppy and his proprietor became concerned unwittingly in a case of a lot better proportions than the only they've been charged with.

Dead or Alive (Kevin Kerney, Book 12)

Enthusiasts of Cormac MaCarthy’s No nation for previous males and Tony Hillerman’s Navajo County mysteries will locate Michael McGarrity’s useless or Alive a robust tale of the manhunt for a deranged killer within the American Southwest.

Living in London whereas his spouse serves as an army attaché on the American Embassy, lately retired Santa Fe Police leader Kevin Kerney will get an early morning mobilephone name that adjustments every little thing and sends him hurrying domestic to his New Mexico ranch. Riley Burke, his associate in a horsetraining firm, has been mowed down on Kerney’s doorstep by means of an escaped prisoner slicing a murderous swath via New Mexico.

As the killings mount, Kerney groups up along with his half-Apache son, Lieutenant Clayton Istee of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s division, to seek for a psychotic assassin with a becoming urge for food for blood, who has no goal to be taken alive

The Aeronaut's Windlass (Cinder Spires, Book 1)

Jim Butcher, the number 1 ny occasions bestselling writer of The Dresden documents and the Codex Alera novels, inspires a brand new sequence set in a gorgeous global of noble households, steam-powered expertise, and magic-wielding warriors. ..

Since time immemorial, the Spires have sheltered humanity, towering for miles over the mist-shrouded floor of the realm. inside their halls, aristocratic homes have governed for generations, constructing clinical marvels, fostering alternate alliances, and development fleets of airships to maintain the peace.

Captain Grimm instructions the service provider send, Predator. Fiercely dependable to Spire Albion, he has taken their part within the chilly battle with Spire Aurora, disrupting the enemy's transport strains by way of attacking their shipment vessels. but if the Predator is seriously broken in wrestle, leaving captain and workforce grounded, Grimm is obtainable a proposition from the Spirearch of Albion—to sign up for a group of brokers on an important project in trade for absolutely restoring Predator to its combating glory.

And whilst Grimm undertakes this harmful activity, he'll study that the clash among the Spires is simply a premonition of items to return. Humanity's historical enemy, silent for greater than 10000 years, has all started to stir once again. And dying will stick with in its wake. ..

Extra info for Accused (Rosato & DiNunzio, Book 1)

Sample text

Its covers were tattered and brittle, the hardwood boards inside the tooled leather bindings peeking out from the corners. He had it open, exposing its first page. It was bare, except for a large, brown-and­ purple stain in its bottom right corner—the result of a bacterial attack— and a title in its center: Registrum Pauperes Commilitones Christi Templique Salomonis. The Registry of the Templars. “This is the one,” the professor insisted, turning the pages with careful strokes. Most of its linen-based paper leaves seemed to be covered with blocks of prose, written in a cursive Blackletter script.

The archivist looked at him through confused, jittery eyes. “What . . ” Reilly put a comforting hand on the man’s shoulder. “You just blacked out there for a second. ” He wasn’t enjoying the lie. Bescondi looked lost, visibly trying to make sense of the situation. Reilly knew he wouldn’t remember anything—not yet, anyway. But he would. And soon. “Stay there,” Reilly told him. ” The archivist nodded. Reilly shot Sharafi a “let’s-go” flick of the head, his eyes darting dis­ creetly to the codex he was carrying.

So here’s what we’ll do,” Reilly said. “You want the book. I want Tess. In one piece. So we trade. ” The bomber shook his head, a mock apology on his face. “Can’t do that. I’m not sure it’s safe for me to go down there right now, you know what I mean? No, you’ll have to go get her yourself. So how about this instead. The book, for her location. ” His word. Reilly mashed his teeth. He knew he had no choice. “And that phone you’re holding,” he added. The bomber thought about it for a brief moment, then shrugged.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.67 of 5 – based on 45 votes