Think Twice

Author(s): Lisa Scottoline
Series: Rosato & Associates Series No: 11
Original Publish Date: Mar 16, 2010
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (9.50 hours)
Product Number: Z100124858
Released: Jun 01, 2017
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781427209566
Narrator/s: Jennifer Van Dyck
Publisher: Macmillan Audio
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From the blockbuster New York Times bestselling author of Look Again comes a novel that makes you question the nature of evil: is it born in us or is it bred? Bennie Rosato looks exactly like her identical twin, Alice Connolly, but the darkness in Alice's soul makes them two very different women. Or at least that's what Bennie believes, until she finds herself buried alive at the hands of her twin. Meanwhile, Alice takes over Bennie's life, impersonating her at work and even seducing her boyfriend in order to escape the deadly mess she has made of her own life. But Alice underestimates Bennie and the evil she has unleashed in her twin's psyche, as well as Bennie's determination to stay alive long enough to exact revenge. Bennie must face the twisted truth that she is more like her sister Alice than she could have ever imagined, and by the novel's shocking conclusion, Bennie finds herself engaged in a war she cannot win-with herself.

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Author(s): Lisa Scottoline
Product Number EB00096701
Released: Oct 28, 2013
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9781429961332

Professional reviews

"Lisa Scottoline's thirteenth novel returns to the world of heroine Bennie Rosato, a woman successful in law and business. Once again, Bennie is pitted against her deadly adversary: her evil twin sister, Alice. Jennifer Van Dyck depicts Alice's sinister narcissism and deftly portrays Bennie's panic as she survives being buried alive only to discover that she must fight to prove her identity, recover her money, and reclaim her lover. Van Dyck moves smoothly between the viewpoints of the opposing siblings, juggles the quick pacing of their contest of wit and wills, and emphasizes the story's wry humor. An author interview reveals details of Scottoline's personal connection to her heroine, her creative process, and her belief in the "heard word" of audio. S.W. (c) AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine"

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