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Fearless Fourteen

31 Ratings: 3.2
A book by Janet Evanovich.

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Author: Janet Evanovich
Genre: Mystery & Thrillers
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
15 reviews about Fearless Fourteen
review by . July 07, 2010
Evanovich Keeps Readers Chuckling in Stephaine Plum's Madcap Crime Adventures in Fearless Fourteen
  This reviewer grew up in Pennsylvania living for the first twenty-one years of  life including college days. Later the first professional job held was at Bell Telephone Labs in Holmdel, New Jersey. Still later, attending graduate school at the  University of Pennsylvania, right across the Delaware River from the main character in the novel, Stephanie Plum's home town of Trenton. One can really identify with the background for this novel.   …
review by . July 12, 2010
Janet Evanovich follows another novel in the Stephanie Plum series. The novel starts with Stephanie, bounty hunter, in Loretta's apartment. Stephanie has always known Loretta, the latter skipped court for robbing a liquor store. Yes, I know crazy how a New Jersey single mother would be robbing a liquor store. That type of characters are what makes Evanovich novels so entertaining to read but at the same time easy reading as it is straight forward and silly. After being released, Loretta …
Quick Tip by . July 09, 2010
Love the Plum books. They are an easy read, quick, witty, funny. I love to read them when I am in need of a laugh.
Quick Tip by . June 29, 2010
Another funny read from the Jersey girls
Quick Tip by . June 26, 2010
As always Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series novel fun, un-challenging read.
Quick Tip by . June 12, 2010
A good, fun read, but nothing mind-blowing.
review by . May 15, 2009
Number fourteen in the Stephanie Plum series finds Stephanie still embroiled in her triangular relationship with cop Joe Morelli and security expert/mystery-man Ranger. Morelli's cousin, Dom Rizzi, has just been released from prison for robbing a bank with three other men, and escaping with nine million dollars. The money has never been found and rumor has it Rizzi hid the money and has returned to Trenton to claim it. Word gets out that Rizzi buried the money on Morelli's property and people start …
review by . February 02, 2009
Number fourteen in the Stephanie Plum series finds Stephanie still embroiled in her triangular relationship with cop Joe Morelli and security expert/mystery-man Ranger. Morelli's cousin, Dom Rizzi, has just been released from prison for robbing a bank with three other men, and escaping with nine million dollars. The money has never been found and rumor has it Rizzi hid the money and has returned to Trenton to claim it. Word gets out that Rizzi buried the money on Morelli's property and people start …
review by . September 01, 2008
It begins as many of these do with Stephanie Plum out on a bond recovery. This time it is Loretta, suicidal, and in her pajamas in her kitchen while Stephanie tries to convince her everything is going to be okay. Loretta wanted a Tom Collins as she was thirsty so she held up a liquor store. She made bail and missed her court appearance and now has to leave her home and go back to jail. They negotiate and finally she surrenders and goes semi-willingly to jail. Now, Stephanie has to take care of her …
review by . August 16, 2008
My number finally came up at the library for Janet Evanovich's Fearless Fourteen. Since I enjoy the Stephanie Plum series, it didn't sit around the house long before I picked it up and started into the latest adventures of Ms. Plum and all of her surrounding characters. The novel is a decent installment in the series... Not one of the best, but I did enjoy the read and the plot.    Plum ends up babysitting a punk gamer when she picks up his mom on a bond violation. It should …
review by . July 31, 2008
Pros: Bob the dog is always fun, a potato gun.     Cons: Lack of get-up-and-go, overall just "meh."     The Bottom Line: Once you put it back on the shelf it's easy to forget it's there, or that you even read it. Hey, that's what happened to me.     Janet Evanovich has now written a crazy fourteen Stephanie Plum books and I think she’s getting tired of her main character.      If you’re not familiar with the …
review by . July 19, 2008
Trenton, N. J. bounty hunter Stephanie Plum is back, as intrepid, softhearted, danger-prone and funny as ever. As the story opens she nabs an old high school classmate, Loretta Rizzi, for skipping her court appearance on armed robbery charges. Loretta held up a liquor store for one bottle of gin.    There's no one to take care of Loretta's teenage son, Mario, aka Zook, graffiti artist and video-game champ, so Stephanie agrees to look after him briefly, just until Loretta can …
review by . July 09, 2008
After two appetizer books, it's fantastic to get the main course of Stephanie Plum and her odd assortment of friends again! The "usual suspects" are there (Morelli, Ranger, Grandma, etc.), and we are introduced to a few new ones (Gary the stalker, Mooner the "stoner" and Zook the who knows?) The plot might be a bit thin, but then most of the books have thin plots. The main enjoyment comes from the ridiculous scenes, and the snappy dialogue. There are the usual assortment of fires, explosions, car …
review by . June 28, 2008
Why so many bad reviews?? I was apprehensive about this latest Plum novel after reading all the naysayers comments....but frankly, I don't know what they expect.  What you have here is vintage Stephanie Plum, with all of the ridiculous ingredients that her adventures encompass. Silly, bumbling bad guys; kidnappings; a little suspense and lots of laughs. Grandma Mazur is as hilarious as usual; the only one missing here is Vinny, who is out of town...and frankly, he's not necessary anyway. …
review by . June 18, 2008
I'm not going to give a book synopsis. What I am going to do is say goodbye to one of my all time favorite series. The last couple of books have been horribly silly and ridiculous; this one was no exception.      The characters I once loved and looked forward all year to hearing from are barely visible. The little quirks that used to make them unique and funny are now taking over their entire persona making them slightly moronic. The dialogue that used to be naturally witty …
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