Three to Get Deadly Paperback
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 favorite candy store owner.
Cursed with a disastrous new hair color and an increasing sense that it's time to get a new job, the world's favorite 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...
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 320 pages
- Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
- Publication Date: 06/11/1997
- Category: Crime & mystery
- ISBN: 9780140256086
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Review by kikianika
I'm starting to enjoy the rcurring themes, and this book is probably my favourite in the series. I enjoyed the twists that lead to the resolution.
Review by CommonReeda
What a terrible role model Stephanie is. Her diet, her trashed cars, getting into messes the men in her life have to sort out. So my role model in these books is Grandma Mazur. And I have to read them to make sure the hamster is OK.And they are funny
Review by babydraco
Still very funny, but the S&M subtext in most of the books actually becomes sort of a plot point. Normally I wouldn't mind but I had reasons for minding this time.
Review by Jthierer
My personal pet peeve is mysteries that are solved based on clues/conversations/whatever that the reader is not privy to, which happened in this novel. Ordinarily, I love this series but this one was not my favorite.
Review by celticstar
I was enjoying this book until I got to the final chapters. While I appreciate that the Stephanie Plum books are meant to be humourous light reading, Evanovich downplays what the Candy Man (Uncle Mo) has actually been doing and even seems to want you to feel sorry for him. I'm probably in a small minority here especially among Stephanie Plum fans but this has really put me off reading any more in this series.Lula's character development was good and Lula also provided most of the humour in the book. Especially as Grandma Mazur took a back seat this time.Stephanie is absolutely hopeless, a bounty hunter that forgets her gun...
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