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: Book summary and reviews of Lean Mean Thirteen by Janet Evanovich. In LEAN MEAN THIRTEEN, Stephanie is chasing bail skips, destroying cars and generally causing a bit of havoc wherever she goes – not least.
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Jan 23, Amanda rated it liked it. While this novel has a promising plot Stephanie’s ex-husband disappears, and she’s a suspectthe storyline is just plain flat, mainly because the author insists on borrowing scenes and dialogues from her previous Plum books. Write a customer review.
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New secrets, old flames, and hidden agendas are about to send bounty hunter Stephanie Plum on her most outrageous adventure yet! Stephanie Plum’s ex-husband, Dickie Orr, has disappeared and Stephanie is the prime suspect in his disappearance. You probably won’t even notice with two hotties like Morelli and Ianet inexplicably besotted with you. It’s totally understandable that you got to this point. Especially if it involves a car and Stephanie plum. Two for the Dough. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
How long is she going to continue the stupid flirtation with Ranger?? HardcoverFirst Editionpages. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.
The point is an hour or two of laughter and embarrassed recognition. Which makes them attractive.
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Lean Mean Thirteen
Once I turn into an old hag I aspire to be exactly like her. After the revelations and suspense of volume 12 in the series not to mention the hilarity around Sally’s bandvolume 13 sagged a bit.
Turns out, Dickie’s also back to doing Joyce Barnhardt. To ask other readers questions about Lean Mean Thirteenplease sign up. Quotes from Lean Mean Thirteen. I guess I wanted something light and easy to read, following the previous book I read. The eighth through twelfth novels feature Stephanie coping with being stalked by criminals for various reasons; Lean Mean Thirteenand several of the subsequent novels, focus on Stephanie getting caught up in the search for a missing person, in a manner related only peripherally, or not at all, to her work as a fugitive apprehension agent.
It all goes according to plan, except for a minor fight and the fact that Dickie goes missing afterwards, which makes Stephanie the prime suspect.
My biggest love is still Grandma Mazur!
Ranger needs her to meet with Dickie and find out if he’s doing something shady. When she drops by Morelli’s house to borrow some DVDs for Lula, Stephanie finds Meqn, alive and well, living there under protective custody.
Lula and Grandma Mazur are always a big hit, but the taxidermist and his “bombs” were hilarious! You finish the first book wondering what’s going to happen since Raven doesn’t sign the book. After reading it, one can see why the mob runs New Jersey!
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How is that possible? And she’s the tnirteen suspect! Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. One person found this helpful. Welp, this one fell a bit flat for me. This was already the thirteenth book and Stephanie and her antics never cease to amaze me. Laughs, danger, great friends and co workers, and a mystery that is always fun, this is a series that anyone that loves to laugh and still get some depth, will enjoy. In the series, each Friday night dinner at the parents’ home seems more humorous than in the previous book.
Come on, there should be tons of action and adventure, but mea was bored. Mmean course Stephanie also has her hands full of entertaining FTAs that range from a grave thief to a taxidermist.