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review by . September 03, 2013
And it's more of same... Notorious Nineteen by Janet Evanovich. The main reason I got this one is that I saw Takedown Twenty make it to the pre-order list at our library, and I realized I hadn't read installment #19. The only thing that makes me not yell "ENOUGH!" is that I went into Notorious with pretty low expectations based on the last half-dozen installments. It wasn't as bad as I had steeled myself for, but that may be due to the long-ish break since the last one I read.   …
review by . January 09, 2013
Let's face it: Stephanie Plum is a walking disaster area! No matter what she does or where she goes, violence and exploding cars seem to proliferate around her. This new book is no exception to that fact, for there are more than one car losses in it, including one in the very first pages. Why Ranger would give her one of his Rangeman cars is almost beyond my comprehension (although I have some ideas!).      Once again Stephanie and her friend Lula are on the trail of bail …
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