`What fun! Lisa Scottoline brings something new to the lawyer-mystery - a brilliant sense of humor. Grabs you with its intelligence, wit and energy and doesn't let go.' Susan Isaacs Mary DiNunzio has been slaving away for the past eight years to make partner in her cut-throat Philadelphia law firm. She hasn't got time to worry about crank phone calls and hate mail - until a sinister pattern begins to form: someone wants Mary out of the way enough to kill her. But who can she trust when everyone she knows is a lawyer? Taut, tense, fast-paced and funny, Everywhere That Mary Went was Lisa Scottoline's first novel and earned her a nomination by the Mystery Writers of America for an Edgar Award, the equivalent of an Oscar in the suspense business.