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Think Twice (Rosato and Associates, Bk 13)
Think Twice - Rosato and Associates, Bk 13
Author: Lisa Scottoline
Unbeknownst to her identical twin Bennie Rosato, Alice Connelly is on the run from her drug-dealing confederates who are trying to kill her. Alice sees only one way out - to become Bennie. She slips a drug into her drink, and usurps her life. Not only does she sleep with her boyfriend, impersonate her at work - and steal her money, but she also ...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780312380762
ISBN-10: 0312380763
Publication Date: 2/1/2011
Pages: 400
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 58 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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reviewed Think Twice (Rosato and Associates, Bk 13) on + 80 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 5
Twins seperated at birth, one a successful lawyer the other a liar & a thief. Great concept, but the book jumped around too much for me. This is one of the few books that I have read that I did not finish.
reviewed Think Twice (Rosato and Associates, Bk 13) on
Helpful Score: 2
I've read all her books and this one is as good as, or better than the others. I just loved it!
reviewed Think Twice (Rosato and Associates, Bk 13) on + 58 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
Interesting book. First book I have read by Lisa Scottoline. Almost too many story lines to keep up with but an intersting read.
MELNELYNN avatar reviewed Think Twice (Rosato and Associates, Bk 13) on + 669 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2's good to have the original cast back again, making progress in their lives but tougher than ever. This time Scottoline tells the tale from the perspective of Bennie Rosato, owner of the all-woman law firm where Mary and Judy work. There's also Anne, who appeared briefly in an earlier novel, but she is conveniently on vacation in this volume.

Scottoline's trademark is putting people in impossible situations and watching them carry it off. One she had a lawyer pretend to be an employee of another law firm. This time, she has Bennie's twin sister, Alice, impersonating Bennie.

It all begins when Bennie tries to be supportive of her troubled twin, accepting a dinner invitation where Alice claims to be living. Bennie foils Alice's attempt to kill her but then (as the reader will expect) Bennie's troubles really begin. She has to convince the cops that's she's Bennie, not Alice, which is hard to do when she's dressed like Alice. She has to stop Alice's elaborate scheme to steal her life.

Scottoline really hammers the reader. She juggles character viewpoints smoothly and convincingly. Her tone changes when we switch among Alice, Mary and Bennie. Mary and Judy are consistent with the characters Scottoline created in her very first book. We know just enough about Judy to keep interested. For a moment I thought we'd get to meet Judy's parents but no: we get more than enough of Mary's family. Let's just say that Judy's role in the plot was not surprising, given her character.

Following mystery conventions, Scottoline ends every chapter with a cliffhanger. She introduces, for the first time I can remember in the series, something new in the character of Fiorella, a distant cousin who claims to be a witch.

A finicky reader might complain about two points. First one character turns up a little too conveniently on the scene; however, this character creates a special test for Alice's deception and ultimately affects mostly Bennie's dog, Bear. Second, there was a lot of discussion about Mary becoming a partner in Bennie's firm, but wasn't Mary made partner in the very first book in the series, with a different firm? Wouldn't Mary and Judy remember so being made a partner would feel different the second time around? .

Alas, this is one of those books that's hard to put down, yet leaves the reader sorry it's over at the end.
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shootingstar985 avatar reviewed Think Twice (Rosato and Associates, Bk 13) on + 13 more book reviews
It was my first book by this author & I wasn't very impressed. The short chapters were annoying & most of the characters were caricatures or just unlikeable. I am reading "Look Again" by her right now, which is much better, although still over the top.
reviewed Think Twice (Rosato and Associates, Bk 13) on + 10 more book reviews
Excellent book, I enjoyed it!
gigi avatar reviewed Think Twice (Rosato and Associates, Bk 13) on + 355 more book reviews
This story starts off with a bang and doesn't let up! When Bennie Rosato has dinner with her twin, then finds herself buried in a pine box and running out of air quickly, she realizes just how evil her twin really is. Her first instinct is survival and her second is revenge!
reviewed Think Twice (Rosato and Associates, Bk 13) on + 48 more book reviews
I liked this book well enough until the incredibly STUPID ending. I won't go into details because it would be a total spoiler, but really... what a hokey POS way to end an otherwise good book.
reviewed Think Twice (Rosato and Associates, Bk 13) on + 4 more book reviews
OMG could not put this down. the main story of the twins was riveting and the back stories and characters were well rounded too. Scottoline is becoming one of my favorites.


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