Welcome to another Bookish Friday, in which I  share excerpts from books…and connect with other bloggers, who do the same.

Let’s begin the celebration by sharing Book Beginnings, hosted by Rose City Reader; and let’s showcase The Friday 56 with Freda’s Voice.

To join in, just grab a book and share the opening lines…along with any thoughts you wish to give us; then turn to page 56 and excerpt anything on the page.

Then give us the title of the book, so others can add it to their lists!

What a great way to spend a Friday!

Today’s feature is a book from Lisa Scottoline, a favorite author.  Exposed is a battle for justice that pits partner against partner…






Beginning:  Mary DiNunzio stepped off the elevator, worried.  Her father and his friends looked over from the reception area, their lined faces stricken.  They’d called her to say they needed a lawyer but until now, she hadn’t been overly concerned.  Their last lawsuit was against the Frank Sinatra Social Society of South Philly on behalf of the Dean Martin Fan Club of South Philly.  Luckily Mary had been able to settle the matter without involving Tony Bennett.


56:  “This is so wrong.”  Nate took another sip of his wine, then another.  “My own lawyer is suing me, and I’m consenting.”

“You’re a more nuanced thinker than that.  Be creative.  It’s thinking outside the box.”


Synopsis: In this New York Times bestselling novel, a battle for justice pits partner against partner…

Mary DiNunzio wants to represent her old friend Simon Pensiera, a sales rep who was wrongly fired by his company, but her partner Bennie Rosato represents the parent company. When she confronts Mary, explaining this is a conflict of interest, an epic battle of wills and legal strategy between the two ensues—ripping the law firm apart, forcing everyone to take sides and turning friend against friend.



What do you think?  Do you want to keep reading?


23 thoughts on “BOOKISH FRIDAY: “EXPOSED”

  1. I’ve never read anything by Lisa Scottoline, although I’ve seen her on some true crime TV shows. And I’ve got a few of her books on my TBR list, but this one’s new to me. Sounds interesting, especially that bit about the Frank Sinatra Social Society!

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