When she's good, Scottoline is very, very good. Maybe Bennie "solved" this murder (in her head) a little too neatly and unexpectedly (and a litttttle hard to buy), but all in all this Bennie Rosato is one of her most enjoyable. Can't wait to see David again!
First time I've listened to/read anything from this author. Really enjoyed the story line. Lawyer with an identical twin sister out to get her, who completely turns her life upside down. Murder, suspense, & laughter. Highly recommend.
After attorney Benedetta Rosato loses her wallet, she receives bills for identical dresses she didn't buy and is arrested for a robbery she didn't commit. Bennie's evil twin, Alice, an ex-con and sociopath, is back in town and wreaking havoc. To make matters worse, the client who's about to save Bennie's firm from bankruptcy is murdered.
This time out it's Bennie playing the lead role, as she fights to save her financially sinking firm; mother her lovable partners, Mary DiNunzio and Judy Carrier; solve the murder of a valuable client; and battle her evil twin, Alice. The eviction notice is on the door when suave Frenchman Robert St. Amien steps in with a class-action suit that promises not only to stave off Bennie's landlord but to shovel millions of dollars into the firm's bottomed-out bank account. The fact that our heroine has never handled a class-action suit doesn't faze her for more than a nanosecond.
Couldn't get into the good twin/bad twin thing. Didn't read more than 50 pages.