Mistaken For The Mob

Mistaken For The Mob Being mistaken for a gangster and accused of a series of murders she didn t commit was hardly the quiet life Maryanne Wellborn expected as a Philadelphia librarian Who would have thought volunteering

  • Title: Mistaken For The Mob
  • Author: Ginny Aiken
  • ISBN: 9780373873784
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Paperback
  • Being mistaken for a gangster and accused of a series of murders she didn t commit was hardly the quiet life Maryanne Wellborn expected as a Philadelphia librarian Who would have thought volunteering at her father s retirement home would be so complicated When handsome but determined FBI agent J Z Prophet takes the case, Maryanne can tell he s prepared to bring her dowBeing mistaken for a gangster and accused of a series of murders she didn t commit was hardly the quiet life Maryanne Wellborn expected as a Philadelphia librarian Who would have thought volunteering at her father s retirement home would be so complicated When handsome but determined FBI agent J Z Prophet takes the case, Maryanne can tell he s prepared to bring her down or die trying But then the real mob gets involved, and the situation turns deadly.

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  • Ginny Aiken

    Ginny Aiken, a former newspaper reporter, lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and their three younger sons the oldest is married, has flown the coop, and made her a doting grandmother Born in Havana, Cuba, and raised in Valencia and Caracas Venezuela, Ginny discovered books at an early age She wrote her first novel at age fifteen while she trained with the Ballets de Caracas, later to be known as the Venezuelan National Ballet She burned that tome when she turned a mature sixteen An ecletic list of jobs including stints as reporter, paralegal, choreographer, language teacher, retail salesperson, wife, mother of four boys, and herder of their numerous and assorted friends, including the 135 members of first the Crossmen and then the Bluecoats Drum Bugle Corps brought her back to books in search of her sanity She is now the author of twenty seven published works, but she hasn t caught up with that elusive sanity yetnnyaikenwrites About_Me.

  • 657 Comments

  • I really enjoyed this book :) I love the characters and the author has a nice way of dragging me into her world I just wish I didn't read the trilogy out of order! That messed me up a bit because I knew things I wasn't supposed to know yet and it turned me upside down LOL


  • Cover: Weird? I really didn't care for this cover :PRating: 3 starsOverall: Meh.Characters: Stubborn!Plot: Although for the most part I liked Maryanne and J. Z. but they were too stubborn to see the truthPage Turner: EhSeries Cont.? Finished!Recommend: Maybe? (The other two are much better! but it helps to read them in order)Source: LibraryShort Review:Not my favorite, but I didn't hate it. The story was good, but some character choices tend to to make it predictable, and stilted in parts. Overa [...]


  • I had started reading this sometime ago and gave up. I usually like this author but for some reason this one didn't do anything for me. When I realized it was available on Kindle at the library I thought I would give it another try, and I am glad I did. It was a smooth read and I loved the character development. They were easy to like and root for. I especially liked Maryanne and the way her character grew and changed during the story. The other two books in the series are available on kindle al [...]


  • There was something about this book - the characters seemed to be almost caricatures. Some of this stemmed from the dialogue (who talks like that?) and some of it was because of the painfully incompetent and broody FBI agent (who can't stop repeating his rationale for suspecting Maryanne - enough already!) and the over the top plain-jane good-girl thing Maryanne has going on (all the stuff about her saintly mom's influence in dress was odd to me too). There was also a strong feel that the writin [...]


  • Light, funny story about Marianne the library-anne who is mistaken by the FBI-and by mobsters-for a mob hit lady. Falls in love with FBI agent. Nursing home humor.Print edition: 3 stars. Consistent tone is free of jarring transitions, and makes any unrealistic elements palatable. A fast read, though a little hard to read due to print too close to the gutter.Kindle edition: 1 star. I re-read the book in 2015 on Kindle. The Kindle edition lacks typographic cues, so many of the transitions that wor [...]


  • I finished this book last night and it was a very light romance/suspense novel. I thought it was pretty good although you can always see the end coming (boy meets girl, boy irks girl, boy makes amends and gets girl in the end). but it was enjoyable to read!


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