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"Lean Mean Thirteen - Stephanie Plumb #13" by Janet Evanovich

I’d almost given up on Stephanie Plum. Much as I loved the first six or seven books, by book ten the formula was getting old and there didn’t seem to be anywhere to go. 106 more words

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I'm worried about Kinsey Millhone

Detective novelist, Sue Grafton, died on Dec. 28, 2017. She wrote the “alphabet series” of books featuring a private detective named Kinsey Millhone. I have listened to every book on audio read by Judy Kaye from… 291 more words


Turbo Twenty-Three by Janet Evanovich

Turbo Twenty-Three

by Janet Evanovich
Series: Stephanie Plum, #23Mass Market Paperback, 319 pg.
Bantam, 2017

Read: December 14 – 15, 2017

While trying to apprehend an habitual hijacker, Lula finds herself behind the wheels of a recently stolen refrigerated truck — which she promptly runs into a Trenton Police Car, much to Stephanie’s chagrin. 424 more words

Mystery/Detective Fiction/Thriller

"Hardcore Twenty-Four (A Stephanie Plum Novel)" by Janet Evanovitch

Another romp through Trenton, NJ, and the wacky life of Stephanie Plum, bail bond enforcer and woman on the loose. Stephanie and her sidekick Lula are always tracking down miscreants, some of whom are dangerously antisocial. 39 more words

Are you ever too old for bedtime stories?

On the third day of Advent, I’m asking: “Are you ever too old for bedtime stories?”

Once upon a time, a long time ago, I thought that bedtime stories were only for children who were unable to read for themselves. 653 more words

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Tricky Twenty-Two

Tricky Twenty-Two by Janet Evanovich

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Series: Stephanie Plum
Publisher: Bantam
Release Date: November 17, 2015
Category: Comedy, Mystery, Romance… 540 more words

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Hardcore Twenty-Four (Stephanie Plum #24)

After Simon Diggery, Trenton’s grave robber, claims to have dug up a zombie portal, he asks Stephanie to take care of Ethal. However, when headless bodies start to show up around Trenton, Zombies seem like a plausible¬†explanation. 226 more words