Finding a kidnapped child is not Stephanie's thing. But Evelyn's grandmother lives next door to Stephanie's parents, and they're not about to see their neighbor lose her house because of the abduction.
Stephanie follows Annie and Evelyn's trail - and finds a lot more than she bargained for. Steven is somehow linked with the very scary Eddie Abruzzi. Trenton cop and on-again, off-again fiancé Joe Morelli, and Stephanie's mentor, Ranger, enter the scene, and because Stephanie needs Ranger's expertise, she accepts his help - even though it might mean paying some past debts.
Stephanie, Ranger, Lula, and Evelyn's lawyer/laundromat manager set out to find Annie. The search becomes a race among Stephanie's posse, the True Blue Bonds' agent, and the Abruzzi crew. And did we mention there's a killer rabbit on the loose?
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©2002 Evanovich Inc., (P)2002 Audio Renaissance, a Division of Holtzbrinck Publishers LLC
"The things Evanovich does so well - family angst, sweet eroticism, stealth shopping, that stunning mix of terror and hilarity - are done better than ever here." (Booklist, Starred Review)
"Evanovich does it again, delivering an even more suspenseful and more outrageous turn with the unstoppable Stephanie." (Publishers Weekly)
This is my first Stephanie Plum book and I thought it was a "hoot." Not great literature, but a fun way to pass the time on the way home. I am looking forward to her new book to be released in July.
I found myself laughing at some of the most unususal places. The action would be at a peak and the suspense just killing me and the characters would say or do something that made me burst out in laughter. I loved it.
I hate this character so much. It is like she never learns from her mistakes. I doubt there is any person out there as incompetent as this fictional character. Also could the performer be any more stereotypical. I miss the old narrator. Nice way of making that fake accent for the one Hispanic character and the ghetto accent for the one black character.
Love all of the Stephanie Plum series!
And this installment did not disappoint. The story lines are always exciting, sometimes thrilling even a bit scary then always the comedic side added in.
The characters are so much fun, a great BIG shout out to Lorelei King for an amazing narration, you have made me fall in love with all of the characters even more. My personal fave is Lula, she is a riot but Grandma Mazur is right there along with her. Find myself wishing I could have a day to just hang out with the two of them!!
Being of Hispanic dissent, the ZH sound the reader makes when Ranger is saying "you" drives me nuts. Why can't he just see you the regular way? That's all. I love these books.
This book has an interesting plot, with lots of twists and turns.
The shifting relationship between Stephanie and Ranger, and the addition of Stephanie's sister Valerie to the quirky family mix.
Not in this series. C.J. Critt's comedic timing gave the characters in the Stephanie Plum novels "bounce" and made them LOL fun to listen to, and I miss that with Ms. King's performances (particularly for Grandma Mazur and Ranger, both of whom I thought were a hoot in the C.J. Critt narrated books).
Great book; lose the music! Although, I do miss C.J. Critt's narration. And the random music is annoying and distracting.
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