remove this from hold I have already read and returned
Plum vs. Ranger…talk about a mismatch
PLOT OR PREMISE:
Plum's got her latest assignment, no problem. She just has to bring in Ranger, a suspect in the death of a wanna-be gangster, the son of an arms dealer.
WHAT I LIKED:
As with most things Plum, there's a lot going on … Grandma has moved in, she gets stuck babysitting a wild dog, and there's a killer running around who likes Stephanie. Plus we get to see an old high school pal, Moon Man, who is frequently fun since the elevator doesn't all the way to the top floors.
WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE:
The whole sub-story with gun-runners and missing money, and Ranger being "wanted" gets a little ridiculous after awhile.
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This is the 6th book in the series. I think each book just gets funnier!
Janet Evanovich is a brilliant writer. I love her fascinating characters in the Stephanie Plum series. They are filled with humor, unexpected twists. I laugh so hard and out loud at times it makes my stomach muscles hurt - which is great. I can relate to the quirks and craziness of Stephanie and Lula and their rational for doing the crazy take downs of FTA (Failure to Appear) criminals. I highly recommend the series - they are true treasures.
Just started reading this series, and this one was the funniest so far. I laughed out loud, so hard, I was crying! This was the best one yet!
Another laugh-out-loud episode!
Another fun Stephanie Plum adventure. Moving on to number seven!
Stephanie does it again - love the family drama as much as the plot.
This has to be my favorite series.I am looking forward to number 7.
I love this author
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