Ten Big Ones - Janet Evanovich Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755302508 / Author: Janet Evanovich / Genre: Crime / Thriller
Newest Review: ... with endearing characters and they appeal to my sense of humour. Set in Trenton, New Jersey, Stephanie is of ... more
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Janet Evanovich Ten Big Ones
The latest of Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum adventures, Ten Bi ...
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by - written on 13/08/13 (Very useful, 15 readings)
Janet Evanovich is an American writer who has written a hilarious series of books about a bounty hunter or bail enforcement officer called Stephanie Plum. As the title 'Ten Big Ones' suggest this is the 10th in the series. The series is currently up to 19 with latest being Notorious Nineteen. You don't have to read the series in order - I've dipped in and out depending what my local library has in stock. I have to say I really enjoy these books - they are fast paced with endearing characters and they appeal to my sense of humour. Set in Trenton, New Jersey, Stephanie is of Italian-Hungarian parentage and works at her somewhat dodgy cousin ... Read the complete review
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