Book Review: Lean Mean Thirteen

Lean Mean Thirteen by Janet Evanovich

This book was released yesterday, I received it yesterday, and I read it yesterday.

Laughing out loud at least half the time. ;-)

Without giving away much plot, this time around Stephanie finds herself on the wrong side of the law when her ex-husband, the deplorable Dickie, winds up missing. There are the usual band of supporting characters, Ranger's merry mercenaries, exploding animals, dying cars, Grandma Mazur moments, and a few Cupcake/Babe moments. The mystery wasn't the most suspenseful ever, but the situations and the comedy more than made up for it, to my mind. ;-)

This book was fully of funny, funny moments, and even if the ending was a tad weak for me, I still thoroughly enjoyed it. The question around the library when it comes to these books is always: are you a Ranger Girl or a Joe Girl?


As a surprise treat, you also get to find out Tank's name in this novel. ;-)

I can't recommend this series enough, and this is a GREAT edition to the Stephanie Plum oeuvre! Read, read, read!

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