STEPHANIE’S DIGGING UP A WHOLE HEAP OF BAD NEWS. Stephanie Plum is used to dealing with crimes in the neighborhood, but she’s not. LEAN MEAN THIRTEEN Chapter One. For the last five minutes, I’d been parked outside my cousin Vinnie’s bail bonds office in my crapola car. Lean Mean Thirteen: Book summary and reviews of Lean Mean Thirteen by Janet Evanovich.
I went from photograph to photograph. The Stephanie Plum series is definitely in decline.
He was most often arrested for disorderly conduct and assault. Jul thirheen, Terri rated it it was ok.
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A truck chugged past, throwing slush halfway up my leg, soaking my jeans, bringing out my trash mouth. Stephanie is the prime suspect. Maybe I’m just weird. Stephanie’s path crosses again with that of her despised ex-husband, Richard “Dickie” Orr, while doing a favour for Ranger.
Ho Great book, as always. It was a wedding present from my Aunt Tootsie. Evanovicu had a thing with her a bunch of years ago, and I guess I never got over the attraction. How could he have kept the Dickie info from Steph? Sep 06, Mimi rated it liked it Shelves: I’ll never get over it completely, though, because it was kean big hope of mine going in.
Whenever I am looking meam something light, funny, and known for its entertainment value I pick up a Plum novel. Stephanie is still a disaster where cars are concerned, the bond skips she’s after invariably have some very weird ways of amusing themselves either in their criminal pursuits – or their hobbiesand Lula is still loud and proud!
I’m used to reading the fantasy stories where the main character starts out a pud and slowly trains up to being awesomethrough lots of effort and trials. Submitted 11 years 2 months ago by Karen. Open Preview See a Problem? It’s my guilty pleasure, after all.
You could also consider option 2, although I think there’s less opportunity for a hilarity and b hotness there. She beats him up a little.
Easy, fun, thrilling and funny. Welp, this one fell a bit flat for me. I guess I wanted something light and easy to read, following the previous book I read.
Anyway, I still laugh, I still get caught up in wondering what’s “really” going on with the plot, and I still groan and roll my eyes when we get an info-dump of the entire thing near the end, most often in a Bad Guy Monologue. And can Stephanie stay one step ahead in this new, dangerous game?
Ranger CAN catch a cold, but probably not pneumonia. If you want major substance, hold off. It was the end of February, and there was gloom as far as the eye could see. I enjoyed this book but I didn’t think it was anywhere eman as good as the previous thirteeh, Twelve Sharp.
Stephanie also guesses that Petiak has eliminated his two other partners and now knows that she has the key, after interrogating Dickie.
Lean Mean Thirteen by Janet Evanovich – FictionDB
Thirteen is definitely an unlucky number in this series. Morelli admits that Dickie turned himself in to the police a few days after his disappearance, and offered to testify against his partners, but elan he only trusted Morelli to protect him. Laugh out loud amusing silliness and full action is what you always get from all the Stephanie Plum novels. Another evanovicch book in the series, full of the hilarious antics, mistakes and luck Stephanie Plum faces in her job tracking criminals down.