1 bestselling author Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum novels are: “irresistible” ( Houston Chronicle), “stunning” (Booklist). Notorious Nineteen (Stephanie Plum, book 19) by Janet Evanovich – book cover, description, publication history. Stephanie Plum, Trenton’s gift to skip tracing (Explosive Eighteen, , etc.), takes on a terrorist threatening a bridal pair, the sinister forces.
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Ranger tells Stephanie that he is going to an event and evanovicn a date who will watch his back. I might read it, ever hopeful, but I won’t purchase it. This one isn’t worth it in the slightest. LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. Read the first few pages and I am hooked already!
Geoffrey Cubbin, facing trial for embezzling millions from Trenton’s premier assisted-living facility, has mysteriously vanished from the hospital after an emergency appendectomy. And trust me, it’s not all that funny.
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Grandma and Lula are almost interchangeable. Nobody ever said fugitive apprehension was easy, and Stephanie, accompanied by her sometime partner, Lula, the most hilariously uninhibited sidekick in mystery fiction, begins this installment by watching her pursuit of Melvin Barrel possession with intent to sell blow up in her face, along with her car. New Jersey bounty hunter Stephanie Plum is certain of three truths: It had a Ranger subplot and Joe looked more incompetent than ever.
Never Go Back with bonus novella High Heat. What a nice guy, huh? You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: Come on Janet, this was once funny and even if you have to blow up multiple luxury cars without blinking an eye in every book, how about some explanations as to how come Ranger can afford to let ‘cupcake’ keep wasting his dough!
And it won’t be funny the next time.
Stephanie’s grandmother does some investigating on Stephanie’s current skip case and creates havoc usually, but not always, at a funeral home. Love ya, Stephanie Plum!
Lula wants — fried chicken. Then again – a little food notorioux, some threatening notes, and a bridesmaid’s dress with an excess of taffeta never killed anyone. They require little thought and are great stress relievers. Not like he’s not made nootrious same noises since book 1? Oh yeah, I guess the not-so-subtle hint in Ranger’s note left with the bottle of champagne is supposed to keep us hanging once again.
There is humor based on old people, short people and fat people. Last year when I discovered the Stephanie Plum books, Jineteen read the first twelve in 8 days! I think Janet Evanovich is a real good writer, each and every one of her books I have read I have enjoyed and I have read most of them and hope to enjoy more.
Maybe ok if you never read any of the other books but what about those of us who have Author Janet Evanovich has so many jsnet projects going on — with Charlotte Hugheswith Leanne Botoriouswith Dorien Kellywith her daughter Alex Evanvovich — that she no longer spends jnaet time it takes to produce a well-crafted mystery novel. You’ve successfully reported this review.
With this series you have to carefully choose where you are going to read, because people are goi Second Review All though I love the series, and this book was no less funny, I was waiting for something different. A fast-paced adventure full of mystery and laughs: And Ranger’s supposed to be some super-bounty hunter?
NOTORIOUS NINETEEN by Janet Evanovich | Kirkus Reviews
I am suspicious immediately that Janet may not have much to say. Evanovich is politically-incorrect and non-apologetic about it — but in a good way. Want to Read saving…. For some reason, the repetitive makeup of the books never seems to bore me. Undoubtedly, Stephanie’s car somehow always manages to get blown up.
First review I have loved this series from the start. And, of course, no Plum novel would be right without the ongoing highly sexual love triangle between Stephanie, Morelli, and Ranger.
Evanovich is still writing about the same character — Stephanie Plum, ebanovich bondswoman. Nov 19, Pages. Random House Large Print Availability: Excellent book very well written … Show more Show less.
The usual generous mixture of transparent mystery, R-rated fantasies and standup comedy—paced like a Road Runner cartoon drawn out to feature length—that makes Evanovich the gold standard of her subgenre.
Nov 19, Pages Buy. The funniest stuff in the book has to do with Tiki, who supposedly talks and influences people for the worst. I can attribute my learning that lesson to Janet Evanovich.