Accused : Rosato & DiNunzio

  • by Lisa Scottoline
  • Narrated by January LaVoy
  • Series: Rosato & DiNunzio
  • 10 hrs and 54 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

New York Times best-selling and Edgar Award-winning author Lisa Scottoline revolutionized crime fiction when she introduced her all-female law firm of Rosato & Associates, thrilling listeners with her twisty, fast-paced plots and capturing their hearts with her cast of strong and relatable female characters. Now Bennie Rosato, Mary DiNunzio, Judy Carrier, and Anne Murphy are back with all cylinders firing in Accused.
Mary Dinuzio has just been promoted to partner and is about to take on her most unusual case yet, brought to the firm by a thirteen-year-old genius with a penchant for beekeeping. Allegra Gardner's sister Fiona was murdered six years ago, and it seemed like an open-and-shut case: the accused, Lonnie Stall, was seen fleeing the scene; his blood was on Fiona and her blood was on him; most damningly, Lonnie Stall pleaded guilty.
But Allegra believes Lonnie is innocent and has been wrongly imprisoned. The Gardner family is one of the most powerful in the country and Allegra's parents don't believe in reopening the case, so taking it on is risky. But the Rosato & Associates firm can never resist an underdog. Was justice really served all those years ago? It will take a team of unstoppable female lawyers, plus one thirteen-year-old genius, to find out.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Great story,solid narration.

Overall great story...initially I (like Judy) found Mary's behavior ridiculous...but it smoothed out and was a great story. The narrator made a few of them sound too much like chirpy young girls but all in all was good and that beats going the other direction. Pacing was great too.
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- Dorothy

Cartoonish narration of a juvenile plot

Would you try another book from Lisa Scottoline and/or January LaVoy?

definitely not

What was most disappointing about Lisa Scottoline’s story?

aside from a silly character -- or should i call it a caricature? -- the shrill and clownish narration.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

the narrator made the Italian characters even more stereotypical than they were written (which was very stereotypical0

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?


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- Dallas

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-29-2013
  • Publisher: Macmillan Audio