Lisa Scottoline Proves Life Changes for the Worse ‘Every Fifteen Minutes’ [REVIEW]


Be careful who you trust. The person sitting beside you could very well be the sociopath waiting to destroy your life. Lisa Scottoline scares the pants off our reviewer with what may be her best thriller yet, Every Fifteen Minutes.

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Watch Life can quickly go from bad to worse every 15 minutes, particularly when you have a sociopath in your life. (Photo by Denis Bourez, Flickr)

“I’m a sociopath. I look normal, but I’m not. I’m smarter, better and freer because I’m not bound by rules, law, emotion or regard for you. I can read you almost immediately, get your number right away, and push your buttons to make you do whatever I want. I don’t really like you, but I’m so good at acting as if I do that it’s basically the same thing. I fool you. I fool everybody.” Thus begins Lisa Scottoline’s brilliant novel, Every Fifteen Minutes. 

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