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This is book number 4 in the Rosato & Associates Series series.
“Ratcheting suspense, dynamic characters, and a master’s touch”
—David Baldacci, New York Times bestselling author of The Sixth Man
With the spellbinding crime fiction masterwork, Mistaken Identity, Lisa Scottoline rocketed onto the New York Times bestseller list—and she’s remained there ever since! A stunning tale of mystery and suspense, this classic from the beloved, Edgar® Award-winning author once again leads readers down the gritty streets of Philadelphia and into the offices of the law firm of Rosato & Associates. When a new client who’s been accused of murder—and who bears an astonishing resemblance to Bennie Rosato—asks the crusading criminal defense attorney to take her case, Bennie finds herself entangled in a sticky web of murder, corruption, and violence that threatens to reveal the shocking truth about her own past. If you haven’t read Lisa Scottoline before, Mistaken Identity will prove to you what her many fans already know: nobody does it better!
Lisa Scottoline is a #1 bestselling and award-winning author of more than thirty-two novels. She also co-authors a bestselling non-fiction humor series with her daughter, Francesca Serritella. There are more than thirty million copies of Lisa's books in print in more than thirty-five countries. She lives in Pennsylvania with an array of disobedient but adorable pets.
“Well-written, dramatic, and highly suspensful . . . an enjoyable read.” — Booklist
“Scottoline is a star.” — Time
“A humdinger.” — USA Today
“Ratcheting suspense, dynamic characters, and a master’s touch” — David Baldacci
“Taut and smart...A brisk multilayered thriller.” — Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“A superior piece of writing...a gripping, multi-layered story peopled by compelling characters” — Philadelphia Inquirer
“fast and furious” — Los Angeles Times Book Review
“Sharply plotted, Mistaken never misses a step in suspense, character development, and dialogue.” — Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel