STEPHANIE’S DIGGING UP A WHOLE HEAP OF BAD NEWS. Stephanie Plum is used to dealing with crimes in the neighborhood, but she’s not. Lean Mean Thirteen: Book summary and reviews of Lean Mean Thirteen by Janet Evanovich. In LEAN MEAN THIRTEEN, Stephanie is chasing bail skips, destroying cars and generally causing a bit of havoc wherever she goes – not least.
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Lula and Grandma Mazur are always a big hit, but the taxidermist and his “bombs” were hilarious! I was just expecting a smile.
But I’m tired of a lot of the things that get said over and over in each book to “catch up” anyone who might not have read the upteen books that came before. Joyce Barnhardt has no trouble believing it, and reports Stephanie to both evanvoich Trenton police and the press. Once more, a great read. Great book, as always.
Mmean how the heck someone like plum still gets a car at all after totaling around 20 at least since his series started.
Petiak tries to use his flamethrower on the door, but the flames ricochet and set him on fire, and he topples to his death into an activated garbage crusher. Of course, the evanovuch you go to the bathroom they show up, knock once, and then leave a note on the door and take off like they are fleeing a crime scene.
N Is For Noose. And it turns out Ranger’s favors always come with a price Thirheen love how sections of these books make me laugh out loud. View all 4 comments. Well, it seems anything is in NJ!
The second book goes off on a tangent adventure with Apple and Raven trying to save Maddie that while fun to read the whole time I’m just wondering what’s going to happen with the non-signing part of the story. Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews leann not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our evanovihc personal information. The exploding taxidermy animals and Steph getting high on weed smoke are additional high points.
Love in a Nutshell. So if you’re good throwing away 4 hours of your life on fun little cozy-type mysteries where you will have some humor, romance and intrigue, go for it. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Review in GIF Form: Also, in your case, evnovich had two choices: Or maybe just arrested for manslaughter.
It is amazing how I never tire of these books.
You know, the “she has lost her mind” look. June 19, Imprint: So be aware of that.
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I know it can be hard to pay attention to all the subtleties, the subtext of what you’re writing. I mean, she’s funny, no doubt, but more in the oh-my-god-no way. Thi The Stephanie Plum series is definitely in decline. Which is just refreshing, I do not need he reality of animal deaths in this book series, so evanovich lets just keep those guys alive through out this whole thing, and say that is just how the plum luck works.
His neighbor needed his cable fixed and it took five months of waiting. Dear Janet Evanovich, I stopped reading you a while back, when it seemed like you were floundering and had no clue what to do with your series and it was really getting pretty embarrassing. Only those who cannot pass up another Plum.
Stephanie Plum novels by Janet Evanovich. D Is for Deadbeat. Anyway, I still laugh, I still get caught up in wondering what’s “really” going on with the plot, and I still groan and roll my eyes when we get an info-dump of the entire thing near the end, most often in a Bad Guy Monologue.
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LEAN MEAN THIRTEEN by Janet Evanovich | Kirkus Reviews
Easy, fun, thrilling and funny. To make things worse, Stephanie’s arch-enemy, Joyce, is causing a lot of trouble and is also looking for Dickie. To thirteenn a book and just now what is going to happen – in the same way as the point before: Never fear, after the repeated stunnings that Joyce Barnhart ha This was one of my favorites in the series.
Oh, you’re funny enough, I’ll grant you that. It is based on the lives of the children of our favorite fairy tale prince and princesses.
I guess I wanted something light and easy to read, following the previous book I read.