Thirty-three novels. Thirty million copies sold. Edgar Award winner. Number 1 New York Times bestselling author.
Since giving up her career as a lawyer for writing after the birth of her daughter, Lisa Scottoline has turned out a steady stream of thrillers that have topped bestseller lists with down-to-earth, wisecracking characters instantly familiar as our friends and neighbors. And once that daughter grew into adulthood, the two of them started writing the “Chick Wit” column for the Philadelphia Inquirer, clever takes on life from a woman’s perspective that have been collected into another bestselling series.
Lisa joins us upon the release both of the paperback edition of her first work of historical fiction, Eternal, a tale of loyalty and loss, family and food, love and war set in Rome during the rise of fascism and Nazism, and her latest thriller, What Happened to the Bennetts, the heart-pounding story of a suburban dad forced to choose between justice and the law.
The Samuel I. Newhouse Foundation Authors’ Series, honoring Theodore and Caroline Newhouse and Susan Newhouse.
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