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Daddy's Girl by Lisa Scottoline

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Scottoline's New Sizzler

Book Cover Image: Title: Daddy's Girl, Author: Lisa Scottoline Buy It In this latest hotly-anticipated Lisa Scottoline thriller, plain-Jane University of Pennsylvania assistant law professor Natalie "Nat" Greco, finds herself in way over her head when a visit to a minimum-security prison in nearby Chester County puts her smack in the middle of an all-out riot. After the chaos clears, Greco finds herself framed for the murder of a state trooper, and desperate to decipher his dying words -- the only move that could possibly save her.

"While not as sexually supercharged or frenetically paced as Dirty Blonde, Daddy's Girl derives its power from the subtle and compelling coming-of-age of protagonist Greco, a sheltered and socially naïve woman who, when faced with the ultimate adversity, discovers herself," say our editors.

Listen up: Hear our exclusive audio interview with Scottoline.



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Re: Daddy's Girl by Lisa Scottoline

This is another new book/ author for me. Looks very intriguing. I think I am going to be very busy in April.

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Re: Daddy's Girl by Lisa Scottoline



homereader wrote:
This is another new book/ author for me. Looks very intriguing. I think I am going to be very busy in April.

Janet aka homereader




This author is super. I have read all of her books and highly recommend all of them. I have bought the Daddy's girl but haven't started reading it yet. I am anxiously waiting to finish two more I am reading to get started on Lisa's.
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Re: Daddy's Girl by Lisa Scottoline

Can't wait to start reading this book and discussing it, and of course, hearing comments from the author. I have read all of Lisa Scottoline's books since her first one was published and enjoyed them all. I particularly enjoy them being set in Philadelphia because I live in Pennsylvania.
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Re: Daddy's Girl by Lisa Scottoline

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Hi All:

As Lisa Scottoline's April Book Club discussion has now officially opened for posts, I'm going to go ahead and close this thread to new messages -- but please be sure to join us in the Thrilling Reads Book Club to meet Lisa, and talk with her about her exciting new novel, Daddy's Girl. See you there!

Amanda

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