Feared (Rosato & DiNunzio #6)
written by Lisa Scottoline
narrated by Kate Burton
10 hours, 40 minutes
Kicking things off, an old foe still harboring a grudge against Mary, sees an opportunity for revenge and much, much more. He could be the one to bring down "Chicago's Premier La Firm," and make himself famous in the process. Attorney Nick Machiavelli sounded more like a mid-way carnival caller than high-priced polished attorney as he announced to reporters that on behalf of his clients he had filed a suit against the esteemed law firm accusing Rosato & DiNunzio of reverse discrimination. Mary, Bennie, and Judy simultaneously felt a knot tighten in the pit of their stomachs.
Mary and Bennie had no idea that John Foxman, the only male associate at Rosato & DiNunzio, wasn't feeling like part of the team. That is until he up and quits. If an insider like Foxman were to Machiavelli, the results could be catastrophic for R&D. But when Foxman is found murdered, things get even worse for Mary and Bennie. Lead Philadelphia Homicide Detective Jason Krakoff follows the clues straight back to the law firm. Eyewitness statements leave no doubt troubles within his former employer's office played a role in Foxman's demise. Detective Krakoff is convinced Judy murdered John after an ugly, public break-up. Whoa! Break-up? Yep, Judy had been secretly involved with John. Now Judy is Krakoff's prime suspect.
Feared is the sixth novel in Scottoline's Rosato & DiNunzio series. Staying true to the formula that works, Scottoline weaves everything together giving listeners the desired happy ending. The audiobook is an incredibly entertaining listening experience. Kate Burton brings the law firm ladies to life. Through tone, inflection, and expert pacing Burton builds tension elicits emotion and pulls the listener into the fictional world of this popular law firm. From the first CD, I was hanging on every word. Searching for a "good place" to pause was nearly impossible. I just didn't want to turn it off. This is definitely a "binge audiobook."
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