Three to Get Deadly by Janet Evanovich (1997-05-01)

Three to Get Deadly by Janet Evanovich

  • Title: Three to Get Deadly by Janet Evanovich (1997-05-01)
  • Author: Janet Evanovich
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    1. Ce nouvel épisode (Le 3eme) des aventures de Stéphanie Plum vient confirmer la réussite de la série. Difficile en effet de ne pas sourire, voire même de rire à certains moments, en se plongeant dans ce livre.Certes, l'intrigue est relativement simple - quoique ménageant quelques rebondissements - mais supporte merveilleusement l'humour du bouquin. Ceux qui souhaitent échapper à la morosité du quotidien pourront difficilement trouver mieux.

    2. Toute la série des Janet Evanovich est à lire de toute urgence. Un régal et de grands fous rires, mêlés de suspens et d'une touche de romantisme. Tout ce qu'il faut pour passer un bon moment.

    3. Janet Evanovich n'a pas son pareil pour vous rendre accro. à ses histoires. Les intrigues sont bien menés et le ton est plus que rigolo, ça en devient visuel. Il vaut mieux commencer par son premier roman (chaque titre contient le numéro), celui-ci étant son troisième, les aventures de l'héroïne deviennent plus coquines et plus marrantes.

    4. This book is a lot of fun. It is only the third Stephanie Plum novel I have read, but it is probably the most enjoyable. First, in the issue of full disclosure, I need to say I was a newspaper reporter in Trenton many, many years ago. Evanovich nails "the burg." Love the atmosphere and the asides she puts into her characters mouth. Lulu, the hooker Stephanie became involved in during the first book, is a major character here. And she has lines like, "this job is so boring, you could do it [...]

    5. I read the first two Stephanie Plum books, and enjoyed Plum's eye-rolling snark. The stories were fun and zany, but this third installment is just plain cornball. Plum and Lula (and I could've done with WAY less of this character) perform acts of such incredible stupidity, that they should both be dead. One of the best parts of a Plum novel is Stephanie's banter with police detective, Joe Morelli, but that was all but nonexistent in this third novel. I may pass on the rest of this series, if thi [...]

    6. Stephanie Plum has gotten what is believed to be a low level bail jumper to retrieve, but it weaves into a more complex individual that leaves a trail of dead bodies that point to far more than what he was arrested for. The plot moves slow in order for the author to write more comedy than mystery. Sometimes I think the most intelligent character in the book series is Rex, the hamster. Along with catching Uncle Mo, Stephanie catches two other FTA's (Failure to Appear) during the book while get [...]

    7. Stephanie Plum is quite the character, someone who appears to be pretty normal yet always on an invisible adrenaline bike pedaling after trouble! I will admit that humor is needed with this type of "crime" writing, it elevates it to a totally different level and it works, this series is wonderful and after starting it I can see why it's so well received. This is still a pretty cool mystery, don't get fooled by the jokes and mishaps, it has a backbone and integrity and even some grit here and the [...]

    8. My summer of murder mystery madness continues!Bounty-hunter Stephanie Plum is on the hunt again, in Janet Evanovich's "Three to Get Deadly," and she is out to catch The Burg's most wanted and dangerous "Failure to Appears": drug dealers, murderers, guys in chicken costumes. And poor Stephanie has the battle scars to prove it: she is shot at, knocked unconscious and has her hair dyed (unwillingly) orange.Janet Evanovich, in this series, has managed to deliver humor along with the suspense, and "T [...]

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