Description - Three to Get Deadly by Janet Evanovich
Stephanie Plum's fast becoming the most unpopular woman in New Jersey. Even her own mother can't love her for taking on the job of tracking down Uncle Mo, everybody's favourite candy store owner. Cursed with a disastrous new hair colour and an increasing sense that it's time to get a new job, the world's favourite bounty hunter sets off on her latest adventure, with a little 'help' for her new sidekick, hooker turned file clerk Lula, who's just itching to get a felon in the back of her racy redfirebird ...
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Most of the "Failure To Appears" that bounty hunter Stephanie Plum goes after are no great loss to society; it's only their girlfriends and bowling partners who don't want them caught. But Moses Bedemier is no ordinary FTA. The candy-store owner pulled in on a concealed-weapon charge is a popular guy in his Trenton neighborhood, and nobody but Stephanie cares whether he sets a new court date. So when Stephanie goes after Uncle Mo, the path is littered with the bodies of buddies who've thrown themselves in the way - and some bodies that have been thrown by other folks, too. Before long, Stephanie, on her second illegal visit to Mo's apartment, comes across the first of four dead drug dealers (and she'll soon lead her onetime-lover/constant nemesis Joe Morelli and his colleagues on the Trenton Police to four more, though the cops have to dig these four up themselves). What's the connection between staunch if slippery Uncle Mo and the bad guys? Why do a bunch of ski-masked thugs keep threatening Stephanie and her hamster with violence if she doesn't lay off Mo? And what can she do about the hideous orange color her hair turned in the middle of a chase after still another FTA? Stephanie's third case (Two for the Dough, 1996, etc.) dispenses almost entirely with mystery and detection in favor of a comedy/variety format. But in going repeatedly for the funny bone, Evanovich, who clearly agrees with her heroine that "adaptation is one of the great advantages to being born and bred in Jersey," is obviously dealing from strength. (Kirkus Reviews)
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Book Review: Three to Get Deadly by Janet Evanovich - Reviewed by rachthevego (11 Jun 2012)
The loveable characters are back and as entertaining as ever. This series is so successful because it has just the right mix of comedy and drama. You can identify for the protagonist as she gets herself in and out of hot water and achieves what she sets out to albeit in a very round about way. The running gags add to the familiarity as do the intrigue of her friends' and colleagues' stories. It isn't a series you would want to read back to back but they are definitely good fun to use as a break from the more serious stuff.
Author Biography - Janet Evanovich
Janet Evanovich, originally from South River, New Jersey, lives in New Hampshire. Her two previous novels, ONE FOR THE MONEY and TWO FOR THE DOUGH, were both published by Hamish Hamilton and Penguin.