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Plum Spooky

A book by Janet Evanovich.

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  • Jul 9, 2010
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A "between the numbers" Plum story, short and cute.
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review by . July 01, 2010
Pros: I like Diesel, some funny stuff     Cons: "What?" plot; I would have liked to see more of Wulf     The Bottom Line: This is one of those between-the-numbers novels, and for this one in particular, you can either take it or leave it.     If you aren't familiar with Stephanie Plum, you'd better go back and read the first book.  Or, if you don't want to do the entire series, you ought to at least go back and read the first between-the-numbers …
Quick Tip by . June 08, 2010
Book was ok. This was not like her other books it's more fantasy.
review by . November 03, 2009
Bounty hunter Stephanie Plum's latest bond jumper is Munch, a quantum physics genius who looks like a kid. Munch has been seen hanging out with a tall man who strongly resembles a vampire and disappears in a cloud of smoke. Mysterious super-bounty hunter Diesel shows up at Stephanie's apartment, telling her he's tracking his cousin Wulf Grimoire, the very man who has befriended Munch. Wulf doesn't mind twisting people's necks and leaving his hand print branded on their skin, and his pairing with …
review by . November 03, 2009
Bounty hunter Stephanie Plum's latest bond jumper is Munch, a quantum physics genius who looks like a kid. Munch has been seen hanging out with a tall man who strongly resembles a vampire and disappears in a cloud of smoke. Mysterious super-bounty hunter Diesel shows up at Stephanie's apartment, telling her he's tracking his cousin Wulf Grimoire, the very man who has befriended Munch. Wulf doesn't mind twisting people's necks and leaving his hand print branded on their skin, and his pairing with …
review by . March 19, 2009
This is my favorite between the numbers book yet. And it feels more  substantial than the other betweens. The paranormal elements are also  less prominent, which I think works better in the Plum universe  (although I'd love to see Janet Evanovich try her hand at a true  urban fantasy series). There is also a bit of a story development  with Lula that will definitely have an impact on future books. All in  all, another fun Plum book. Can't wait for fifteen.
review by . February 01, 2009
*refers to audio version    The Plum series is one of my absolute favorite series. I think I got in on it around when #8 came out and let me say that it did not take me long to catch up and then have to sit drumming my figures and waiting impatiently for the next installment. The "between-the-numbers" books are a wonderfully fun added bonus while waiting for the next number in the series. And of course, we get to ride along with Diesel in the "between-the-numbers" books which …
review by . January 28, 2009
Sigh. What to say? I definitely laughed out loud during the reading of this book...however, I was definitely looking forward to finishing it, and it was not one of those novels that I absolutely could not wait to pick up and begin reading again. Those standard characters we've grown to know and love are there...plus a few new ones. Lula is her usual large, spandex-laden self. Carl the monkey reappears--yet again--after Susan Stitch drops him off with Stephanie while she heads for her honeymoon. …
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Plum Spooky (2009) is a novel by Janet Evanovich starring the fictional character Stephanie Plum. One of four holiday novellas in the series.
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ISBN-10: 0312383320
ISBN-13: 978-0312383329
Author: Janet Evanovich
Genre: Literature & Fiction, Mystery & Thrillers
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
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