Thursday, July 19, 2012
[Book Review] COME HOME by Lisa Scottoline
Andrea reviews COME HOME by Lisa Scottoline (St. Martin’s Press, 2012)
Have you ever started a book that was just so good, you wanted to keep reading but you didn’t want the book to end just the same? You knew it was getting later and later into the night, and chances are, you had to work the next day, but you just didn’t care? The book you’re reading is just that good!
We all have had that experience. Honestly, it would be a shame if we didn’t. This is exactly how I felt while I was reading the latest novel by Lisa Scottoline entitled Come Home. This book captured my attention from the very first page all the way to the end. The characters were solid and full of intrigue, and the story itself was full of twists and turns.
Beginning with a murder in the first chapter, discovered secret identities throughout the book, and a few car chases scattered around make this a very intense legal thriller by the best-selling author.
Hopefully, readers will enjoy Come Home as much as the reviewer did because of the intensity of the novel’s nature.
Andrea King, Poplar-White Station Library
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