[Reviews] Seven UpThe seventh time out with Stephanie Plum is unremarkable, but mostly only compared to what has come before.
[Reviews] Hot SixAn intriguing mystery is just the appetizer. Some of the biggest laughs you'll ever see on the printed page are the main course!
Stephanie Plum meets some of the most interesting and deadly people that have crossed her path to date...
I wasn't sure quite what to expect from "Four to Score," the fourth Stephanie Plum novel from Janet Evanovich. The previous volume, though good, felt like the start of a gentle downhill slide for the series--and so early in the proceedings, too--and I was hopeful that the author would rebound. Fortunately, she did precisely that.
Another fun adventure with Stephanie Plum, though not as relentlessly funny as its predecessors.
"Three to Get Deadly" is the third Janet Evanovich novel featuring bounty hunter Stephanie Plum, who lives in New Jersey and only started tracking down fugitives because it beat working at the button factory.
I laughed so hard and so often that I almost didn't care how disappointing the central mystery actually was.
I've read a lot of books in my life, at least compared to what most people tend to read, but I can't remember any other single one that has made me laugh as much as Janet Evanovich's book, "Two for the Dough."
The best Cliff Janeway story you're likely to ever read, and a terrific mystery novel by nearly any standard.
Accidentally, I saved the very best of John Dunning's Cliff Janeway books for last. After reading "Booked to Die," I decided I liked the series enough to keep going for at least a bit. But the library didn't have "The Bookman's Wake" on hand when I made that call, so I skipped it and tore through the three books that followed it. Each of those felt a little less special than the last one. When the library patron that beat me to it finally returned "The Bookman's Wake," I only bothered checking it out so that I could read the last of the Cliff Janeway novels that I
                                                            
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