Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Killer Smile

by Lisa Scottoline (read Jan 2006)
A wonderfully engaging and fast-paced mystery involving an American/Italian man who was interned in Montana during WWII. Mary DiNunzio (of the Rosato & Associates Law Firm) represents the man's estate. Mary becomes deeply involved in this case of a man who died in the internment camp, so much so that she takes a trip to Montana in her search.

I wrote down one quote from this novel. It is said by the secretary at the camp's museum: "If you can't be brave be determined. And you'll end up in the same place."

I have really enjoyed the books that I've read by Scottoline. I will definitely be watching for more of hers.