Not too taxing

November 21, 2008

Daddy’s Girl, by Lisa Scottoline (Macmillan, RRP $26.99):

Law professor Natalie Greco takes on teaching a class at a local prison, which leads to her comfortable life being turned upside-down.

A riot breaks out during her class and Nat rushes to help an injured prison guard. Before he dies, he asks her to deliver a message to his wife: “It’s under the floor.”

Suddenly, Nat is a suspect in a murder and is receiving anonymous threats and the only way to she can save herself is to solve the puzzle behind the guard’s last words.

A good read for the holidays: a little intrigue but not too taxing.

Jillian Allison-Aitken

I come from the other land down under, where men are men, and sheep are nervous. I'm a sub-editor and in the past have been a proof-reader, news editor and web editor. I am also an ex-columnist, and book and software reviewer for the local daily newspaper.I still read. A lot. And surf the web. Also a lot.You'll find a little about both of those pastimes here, and on By George.

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