Daddy’s Girl, Lisa Scottoline’s latest book and my sixteenth Scottoline, just doesn’t cut it. Like most Scottoline books, the main character is a gutsy female attorney — this one a law professor, a role Ms. Scottoline has recently assumed in real life — and the pace is hectic. But unlike most of the author’s other outings, particularly those in the Rosato and Associates series, this book suffers from poorly developed, unsympathetic characters, including the protagonist. The more jarring defect, however, is the totally improbable plot, which drops our heroine into highly unlikely situations and imbues her with near super-human powers. Does high-speed stunt driving, blowing up propane tanks, and single-handedly foiling a prison break sound like something your law professor could pull off? Maybe in the comics.