Final Appeal by Lisa Scottoline

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Grace Rossi is looking for a part-time job with a federal appeals court to help her get back on her feet following a divorce. However, she does not anticipate being assigned to a contentious death penalty appeal.
She also doesn’t anticipate ardor in the form of an affair with the main judge in the courtroom. Grace then finds herself investigating a murder, uncovering a hidden money account, and tracing a path of bribery and judicial corruption that even the FBI can’t solve. Grace under fire takes on a whole new meaning in no time.Final Appeal by Lisa Scottoline is based on the thrilling incidents.

Grace Rossi, a divorced attorney in Philadelphia, works part-time for gorgeous Judge Armen Gregorian at the federal appeals court.A hard day of work on an intense death sentence appeal leads to an unexpected night of passion with the top judge. Grace realizes she has to find out the truth when Gregorian is discovered dead the next morning, apparently by suicide.

Final Appeal by Lisa Scottoline

Suddenly, this working mother is investigating a murder, uncovering a hidden money account, and trailing a path of bribery and judicial corruption that even the FBI is unaware of. Grace under fire takes on a whole new meaning in no time. She will sacrifice everything to see justice done with the assistance of an undercover federal agent.

Final Appeal by Lisa Scottoline

Grace Rossi is a single mother attempting to make ends meet by working part-time for Judge Armen Gregorian of the federal appeals court in Philadelphia. Despite the fact that he appears to be happily married, many women have a soft spot for him. Grace is no different, so when Gregorian chooses her from a number of clerks to assist him in the investigation of the infamous Hightower case, she feels herself fortunate—perhaps even blessed—when their first night on the job turns passionate. Her newfound joy is crushed, however, when the morning news reports that Gregorian has been discovered shot, presumably as a suicide.

Final Appeal by Lisa Scottoline

Grace, realizing that it must be murder, begins her investigation right once to find out who is to blame for his death. Along the way, she meets some assistance in the shape of a resourceful homeless man who turns out to be an FBI agent in disguise investigating probable court fraud. Scottoline, who was nominated for an Edgar for her debut novel, Everywhere That Mary Went, has once again woven an engaging array of people and a clever mystery into a thrilling, action-packed read.

The fairy-tale ending calls for some convenient coincidences and changes of heart, but Scottoline’s legion of fans will be too relieved to object.

Scottoline‘s journalistic aphorisms provide some strategic leavening, such as when one of the pupils’ moms fantasies about a relationship with the counterfeit hero: “She knew it was an improper fantasy, but no desire worth having was inappropriate.”

About the Writer:

Lisa Scottoline is the author of 30 books, including the forthcoming AFTER ANNA, which is a New York Times bestseller and Edgar Award-winning thriller. She also co-writes a weekly piece for the Philadelphia Inquirer with her daughter Francesca Serritella called “Chick Wit,” which is a funny and amusing look at life from a woman’s viewpoint.

These and other previously unpublished stories have been compiled in a New York Times bestseller series of funny memoirs, the most current of which being I Need A Lifeguard Everywhere But The Pool. Lisa writes reviews for The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Philadelphia Inquirer, and her work has appeared in publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Lisa was the President of Mystery Writers of America for a while. Lisa earned a B.A. in English from the University of Pennsylvania in three years, with a specialty in Contemporary American Fiction, which she studied under Philip Roth and others.

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