Book Review: Jane Evanovich Tricky Twenty-two a review I hope leaves the reading guessing

@Marty1 (32517)
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
December 4, 2016 7:50pm CST
This is another by the numbers book of Janet Evanovich. It has all the same running gags and story- line though Grandma Mazur is really getting into something crazy if not illegal, that I am not sure of, but it is unusual for a grandma to do. The story is about Stephanie Plum and sidekick Lula are searching for someone again to come for their court date thy skipped and get them bail again. This leads Stephanie to a college campus and a very weird professor they discover when searching for a student they can't find. It is an unusual situation how weird this guy is and they don't know what he is up to until later. hen it becomes a matter of life and death. Of course, Lula responded to the situation hilariously. But even I admit the situation was very unrealistic, though through their reactions still had me laughing through most of the book. If you want a fun book then this is it but if you want War and Peace serious level then maybe this book isn't for you.
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@LadyDuck (151664)
• Switzerland
5 Dec 16
I like both fun and serious book, so this may be a good book to read. Thanks for the review.
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@Marty1 (32517)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
5 Dec 16
@ladyduck You will love this book if you like fun books! There would be a dark side to it if it weren't so funny it would be sad!
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@LadyDuck (151664)
• Switzerland
6 Dec 16
@Marty1 I like fun books and the fact that there is a dark side makes this book even more interesting.
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@Marty1 (32517)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
6 Dec 16
@LadyDuck You'll love this book then!
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@DianneN (76104)
• United States
10 Dec 16
I like all genres of books, and this sounds like one for a few good chuckles. Thank you!
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@Marty1 (32517)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
10 Dec 16
@dianneN Yes, I got a lot of laugh out loud moments as I so most of her books! Woke up 3:30 am and woke Marty up reading and laughing!
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@DianneN (76104)
• United States
10 Dec 16
@Marty1 Then it must be good! Lol!
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@Marty1 (32517)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
10 Dec 16
@DianneN Every number book she has written is hilarious! She is up to 23 which I have had delivered to my Kindle last month the day it came out. I am looking forward to it!
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@bunnybon7 (35867)
• Holiday, Florida
9 Dec 16
she is a fantastic writer. i have read a lot of her books in the past but have not caught up with any of her new ones since '08
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@Marty1 (32517)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
10 Dec 16
@!bunnybon7 What number did you stop reading? Did you ever have a crush on Ranger like I still do, and it renews with every book I read with him in it?
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@bunnybon7 (35867)
• Holiday, Florida
10 Dec 16
@Marty1 yes i think everyone has that crush. i can't remember. the number now. its been a while. possibley around 9 or 10
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@Marty1 (32517)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
10 Dec 16
@bunnybon7 Ranger is just so easy to have a crush. Just a description of him makes me all weak-kneed. Truth be told I never had such a crush on a REAL human! I have never loved another man who exists as much as I do ranger!
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@marlina (72550)
• Canada
7 Dec 16
Thanks for the review, but this is not the kind of book that I read at all.
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@Marty1 (32517)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
8 Dec 16
@marlina No problem with that! We all like different kinds of books!
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@marlina (72550)
• Canada
8 Dec 16
@Marty1 I tend to read mostly history and bios.
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@Marty1 (32517)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
10 Dec 16
@marlina Under doctors orders, I am supposed to read self-help and inspiring bios do you know of any inspiring bios? I am reading a really good book about getting out of depression but don't know anybody in which to read about them!
@CRK109 (14465)
• United States
7 Dec 16
Sounds like a book I need to read. Thanks for the review!
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@Marty1 (32517)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
7 Dec 16
Yes, it is a series everybody should read to make them get a few giggles!
@Marty1 (32517)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
7 Dec 16
@crk109 I forgot to tell you there are 23 books in the number series and they are all funny!
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@CRK109 (14465)
• United States
14 Dec 16
@Marty1 wow! That sounds great!
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@TheHorse (63554)
• Pleasant Hill, California
10 Dec 16
Sounds like fun. I need something lighthearted for over the Holidays.
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@Marty1 (32517)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
10 Dec 16
@thehorse The book is lighthearted and would make a great holiday read! If you live with anybody, I won't read it late at night as you might wake up the other people in your house as you will be laughing so hard! Luckily it is just my hamster and me, and he seldom wakes up even though he is supposed to be nocturnal. But he is only natural when I am asleep chewing on his cage to get out in his exercise ball! (I get up and put him in it!)
@PainsOnSlate (20235)
• Canada
6 Dec 16
I love her books, I'll have to check out the library and see if it's on audio.
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@Marty1 (32517)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
6 Dec 16
@painsonslate I found out I am a little behind in her books but am working to catch up with the twenty- three that came out last month and I do have it on my Kindle! But can't read it until I get done with two more!
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@ms1864 (6993)
• Bangalore, India
5 Dec 16
thankx for the review.
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@Marty1 (32517)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
5 Dec 16
@ms1864 You're welcome!
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