Yesterday, I interviewed Lisa Scottoline, the best-selling crime novelist and the author of What Happened to the Bennetts.
What Happened to the Bennetts is a well-written, fast-paced and suspenseful crime thriller.
My interview with her will appear in my On Crime column in the Washington Times. I’ll post the column here when it comes out in a week or two.
Lisa Scottoline is just as intelligent, interesting and witty as her crime novels.
Although I knew she had deep South Philly roots, I discovered that in our early lives, we lived in the same Italian American neighborhood in South Philadelphia. Although I’m a few years older, she lived on Daly Street near 9th and Wolf, just around the corner from Tree Street, where I lived.
She told me that her Aunt Rachel owned and operated Ray’s, the luncheonette with pinball machines at 9th and Wolf where I hung out as a kid.
You can visit Lisa Scottoline’s website via the below link: