Friday, October 06, 2017

Fiction Review: Exposed

Recently, I reviewed Exposed by Lisa Scottoline for Shelf Awareness. This is the 5th book in her Rosato & DiNunzio series of legal thrillers. I think I had only read one other Scottoline novel before - Everywhere That Mary Went, her very first novel. I did post about her here in the blog before, though, when she wrote a hilarious column for the Phildelphia Inquirer, about her experiences on book tours.

I enjoyed reading Exposed, a suspenseful legal thriller. I found the first half of the novel a bit slow (perhaps because I was unfamiliar with the characters), but it picked up by the middle and was very fast-paced from then on, with lots of unexpected twists and turns and plenty of surprises. You could definitely jump right into this 5th book in the series without reading the first four - that's what I did, and I enjoyed it.

You can read my full review here on Shelf Awareness.

Have you read any Lisa Scottoline books? Are you a fan?

This novel fit in perfectly with my fall R.I.P. Reading Challenge!


  1. I just, minutes ago, read another blogger talking about this book. Sounds like I'd better look into this author!

    1. She's been around since the 90's, Anne, but she mostly writes genre fiction - suspense, mystery, legal thrillers - so it depends on what you like. I do like her subtle sense of humor, too.