LISA SCOTTOLINE is a New York Times bestselling and Edgar Award-winning author of many novels. She has 30 million copies of her books in print in the United States, and she has been published in thirty-five countries. She has served as the president of Mystery Writers of America, and her thrillers have been optioned for television and film. She also writes a weekly humor column with her daughter, Francesca Serritella, for The Philadelphia Inquirer, and those critically acclaimed stories have been adapted into a series of memoirs, the first of which is entitled, Why My Third Husband Will Be a Dog. She lives in the Philadelphia area with an array of disobedient pets.
"A sock-'em stand-alone...The red herrings come fast and furious; part of the fun is how skillfully Scottoline leads us astray." --People Magazine Pick of the Week"Bestseller Scottoline casts an unflinching eye on the damaged world of sociopaths in this exciting thriller." --Publishers Weekly (starred review)"Scottoline has plenty of tricks up her sleeve." --Booklist (starred review)"A mounting-stakes actioner." --Kirkus Reviews (starred review)"In a nail-biting stand-alone with two heart-pounding climaxes and several pulse-racing twists, Scottoline grabs her readers by the jugular and won't let go." --Library Journal (starred review)"Scottoline's breezy, irreverant style prevails and her gift for intimacy - for drawing the reader close to sociopath and victim - makes Every Fifteen Minutes as teasingly irresistible as any of this versatile author's creations." --The Washington Post"The queen of justice, Lisa Scottoline, has yet again written a tale that will hold readers' attention while leading them to an ultimate 'shock' at the end...Scottoline rocks it yet again!" --Suspense Magazine"Scottoline builds tremendous suspense." --Connecticut Post"A gripping story of twists." --Parkersburg News and Sentinel"Without doubt Scottoline's best stand-alone thriller yet...the perfect beach read." --Bitter Lawyer"Scottoline keeps Every Fifteen Minutes on a fast track as the well-planned twists and turns race toward the surprising, yet believable ending. The clues have been carefully laid throughout, but Scottoline expertly keeps them hidden in plain sight." --South Florida Sun Sentinel