Renowned author Lisa Scottoline is from Pennsylvania whose net worth has been revealed. Find out her wiki from age, house, salary and family detail as on 2017. L She writes fiction, legal thrillers, nonfiction and even series of novels. She had won a lot of followers with her amazing writing style and the exciting story of the adventure novels. Even she has got her daughter following the same path. Both of them have been authoring the ‘Chick Wit’ column of the Philadelphia Inquirer since 2007. These have been collected and published in a series of humorous nonfiction books that have become bestsellers. The first of them had been released in November, 2009.
|Full Name||Lisa Scottoline|
|Birth Date||July 01, 1955|
|Height||5’3” / 1.61 m|
|Parents||Frank Scottoline and Mary Scottoline|
|Net Worth||$15 Million (estimated)|
|Source of Income||Author|
|Annual Salary||$1.5 Million (estimated)|
Scottoline earned the Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Pennsylvania. She had been born on the 1st of July, 1955 in Philadelphia. In the beginning of her career, she had been acting as clerks for judges at various state and federal appellate courts. When provided with the opportunity, she became a litigator for the Dechert firm, but let this career after the birth of her daughter. Since then, she had concentrated on her writing, which has got her the much-deserved fame.
She had written about 30 novels which had become bestsellers. ‘Look Again’ and ‘Don’t Go’ both had individually secured the second place on the New York Times Best Seller List. She had also been the President of the Mystery Writers of America and have been honored in various other ways. She has seen her novels get translated into 30 languages. Believe it or not but about 30 million copies of her books have been printed. Her Roasto and DiNunzio novels have really got insane popularity. They had remained on the New Your Times best sellers list for weeks. She still continues with her work and her popularity is on the rise.
She is among the most celebrated thriller writers presently living in America with her career spanning over two decades and an Edgar Award under her arms.