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New York Times Bestselling Author ~
In this eleventh mystery in a series about the all-women Philadelphia law firm Rosato & Associates, Italian-American author Lisa Scottoline uses the true story of her own grandparents' experience as World War II internees to enrich the fictional account of a 60-year-old secret threatening a young lawyer. Lawyer Mary Di Nunzio, a youthful widow beset by bad dating advice, takes on a pro bono case, seeking reparations for the estate of Amadeo Brandolini, an Italian-American who apparently killed himself in a Montana internment camp during World War II. The more Mary investigates, the more it appears that Brandolini's death was not suicide but murder, and that someone is willing to kill to keep that knowledge hidden.
When she receives personal threats and an associate is murdered, young lawyer Mary DiNunzio realizes that her latest case, involving a World War II internment camp suicide, may have deadly modern-day ties. By the author of Dead Ringer. Reprint. .."
Good condition ~ previously read, Some spine crease but very little, no markings or creases