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Think Twice by Lisa Scottoline
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Apr 15, 10

Read from April 11 to 15, 2010

When Bennie Rosato discovered the existence of an identical twin sister, Alice Connelly, she did everything she could to help her out, even defending her in a murder trial, which she won.

Now, years later, Alice has reappeared and during a get-together with Bennie, spikes her drink and then buries her alive. Her goal—to impersonate her twin sister and take over her life, including her substantial assets.

From this point on, the suspense mounts, as Alice becomes Bennie and Bennie is struggling to escape from the box in which she's buried.

Bennie does escape and tries to get her life back, but Alice's machinations have resulted in nobody believing that Bennie is who she says she is. Alice has successfully stepped into her twin's life and is in the process of transferring all of Bennie's assets to a bank in the Bahamas.

Now...anything further would totally spoil this story for you, so suffice it to say that the plot thickens and the suspense ratchets up to a crescendo pitch, forcing the reader to rapidly turn pages to find out what happens next.

As an avid fan of Scottoline's work, I expected "Think Twice" to be a great read and I was not disappointed. Five stars at least!

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