Daddy's Girl

Daddy's Girl

Book - 2008
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When a riot breaks out in the prison she is visiting, law professor Natalie Greco witnesses the death of a prison guard whose last words reveal a dangerous conspiracy, putting Nat into a situation in which she is targeted by murderers and the police.
Publisher: New York : Harper, [2008], c2007.
ISBN: 9780060833152
Branch Call Number: 813.5400
Characteristics: 386 p. ; 18 cm.


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Sep 05, 2020

This was the 16th book I’ve read by Lisa Scottoline and by far, it was my favorite! I couldn’t put it down and read it way faster than the others. Lisa always surprises us and the plot twists are what always keeps my interest! She is a great author and this book was one of her best!

May 05, 2020

This book was a page-turner. No, I don't mean I was that engrossed. On the contrary, I turned pages fast just to get it over with. The writer started out with a very likeable character, Natalie Greco, a law professor. But then, the plot took a weird turn and became totally unbelievable and bizarre. Also, the title, "Daddy's Girl" wasn't justified. I'm glad I did persevere because there was a really unusual twist in the tale at the end. If you're stuck for an eBook give it a read but don't expect much.

Mar 01, 2020

OK for a fast read but a pretty unbelievable plot.

cgloden Nov 05, 2012

Great twist at the end! New favorite author.

Mar 09, 2012

one world class book it was unique it that it was not what i thought it would be from page on i was hooked what seemed like a simple story was much more.


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