Tag Archive: Lisa Scottoline

Jul 25

ESCAPE INTO THE MOST ENTERTAINING BOOK OF SUMMER: I NEED A LIFEGUARD EVERYWHERE BUT THE POOL

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I NEED A LIFEGUARD EVERYWHERE BUT THE POOL— Lisa Scottoline is a bestselling author of more than 30 million books. Her daughter Francesca Serritella is a New York Times best selling author and a Philadelphia Enquirer columnist.  In other words they both write in enchanting, beautiful ways in which they captivate audiences who adore their …

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May 02

What The Hell Happened? Scottoline’s Most Wanted Falls Short

MOST WANTED BY LISA SCOTTOLINE—- What happened? What happened to Lisa Scottoline’s brilliantly charming, adventurous writing style concerning intelligent women who are the masters of their own domains? Lisa Scottoline’s latest misadventure Most Wanted is all over the map. Most Wanted is quite simply good, bad and unreal. The characters seemed like soap opera characters …

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Jul 13

Lisa Scottoline’s Does This Beach Make Me Look Fat Written Just For You!!

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I heartily suggest you read Does This Beach Make Me Look Fat —this book is written by a mom for moms, really all women with a warm-hearted, funny, loving look at everyday life. Lisa Scottoline takes the everyday mundane stuff and makes it a Mary-Tyler Moore kind of day—-funny, perky, kind of sexy, clever, witty, …

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Jun 23

Can A Book Be Too Nice? Have A Nice Guilt Trip Actually Was

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Have a Nice Guilt Trip by Lisa Scottoline and her daughter Francesca Serritella promises to be “a new collection of warm and witty stories that will strike a chord with every woman.” I’m feeling a little guilty already because I didn’t feel like Have a Nice Guilt Trip struck a chord with me. I know …

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May 19

Keep Quiet: Awesome, Involving Book

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Would you keep quiet or call the police if your teen killed someone in a car accident? Find out what the Whitmore family does in this tantalizing thriller. Keep Quiet, by Lisa Scottoline, seemed all too real. Keep Quiet felt like this was something that could happen to any American family. The Whitmore family seemed …

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