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Please note you need to add our email km0 bookmail. A monster safe. A card table with four folding chairs. Big-screen TV. No windows or doors other than the door opening to the barroom.
After several minutes of searching, we found a trapdoor hidden under a rug. We opened the door, climbed down a ladder, and stood squinting in the dim light of an escape tunnel that was approximately six feet high and three feet wide.
It was encased in concrete and lit by a single bulb that was about thirty feet in front of the ladder. Lula and I were now standing under that bulb.
The tunnel changed from concrete to dirt at this point. It was supported by wood posts at regular intervals and it narrowed slightly. I got nipple radar.
When they talk, I listen. She climbed the ladder and stopped at the top. Did you close the door? I replaced Lula on the ladder and tried the door.
No luck. I climbed down the ladder and pulled my cell phone out of my pocket. No bars. I looked down the corridor at the dark, dirt tunnel of death and doom.
It was claustrophobic. Even worse was the thought that Lou Salgusta might be waiting at the other end. We walked a short distance and the tunnel curved.
The single lightbulb disappeared from view and there was only blackness in front of us and behind us. Salgusta, I thought.
It feels like it. My scalp is all tingly. Today it was a massive puffball of chemically induced black ringlets shot through with hot pink highlights and sprinkled with glittery tiny pink stars.
It was awesome. Comic books—Superman and Uncle Scrooge. Even more cars: blowing up and buildings — signature. Plus, it wouldn't be Stephanie Plum without some funeral home, caskets, viewings, and cemetery action.
Lula is always up for an adventure as long as there is food around, especially chicken and donuts. Love her! Stephanie's Mom— threatening to put Grandam Mazur in an assisted living.
Stephanie is feeling down. About her love life. Her job. Her apartment. She still has Rex her pet hamster and shared custody with Bob, the golden retriever with on and off again Joe Morelli.
But now there is the mysterious beauty, Gabriela. Stephanie thinks she has her hooks into her ex-boyfriend, and now she thinks she is trying to steal her family's treasure.
Always the conflict between Ranger vs. Maybe Stephanie will decide she does not need to settle for either one. Always some bad boys on the trail.
La-Z-Boy s — Who knew a chair and good ole boy mob buddies could get so much action? When the journey is as exciting as the destination!
Join in the fun. Want some laughs and entertainment? Find it here, better than ever! Janet Evanovich always has some surprises up her sleeve and more to come.
Her best yet! Nov 10, Barbara Rogers rated it it was amazing Shelves: iblog , read , mystery. Shes totally inept at almost everything, but somehow, she always manages to persist until the job is done.
The stories are always delightfully entertaining and witty. Everything from her professional life to her romantic life is always in a state of chaos and it is so much fun to see Stephanie deal with it.
Some readers seem to be concerned about the Ranger Vs Morelli saga, but not me. There were times when our relationship felt more like a marriage.
There was an acceptance of personality that was sometimes lacking between Morelli and me. Maybe that was because Ranger and I had no illusions about a binding, long-term commitment.
Yep — they married and before they could leave the wedding site, he had a heart attack and died. Each of the mobsters has a single clue about the hidden treasure — Stephanie knows two of the clues — she just needs to get the others and find the treasure before they end her and Grandma.
I need their clues. The other one is annoying as the devil but so very entertaining to read. Potts started his nervous humming. He had a right to be nervous.
And in spite of all that, he was sticking with me. That took guts. There was strength of character buried under all his weirdness.
She does all of that without much if any help from Morelli, but lots of help from Ranger — who keeps her supplied with cars she keeps wrecking.
Add a newcomer, Gabriella Rose, into the mix I think she might be getting her own series and poor Stephanie has her hands full.
I hope you will read the book and be as totally entertained as I was. Nov 26, Milena rated it really liked it. Fortune and Glory is the twenty-seventh book in the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich, but it's the first book I've read from this author.
When I started reading this book, I was afraid I would feel lost because I haven't read previous books, but my worries were quickly dissolved.
I didn't feel confused at all, and the story was easy to follow. Fortune and Glory is a fun mystery featuring a quirky heroine, Stephanie Plum, some hilarious characters and situations, and a dash of romance.
In Fortune and Glory is the twenty-seventh book in the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich, but it's the first book I've read from this author.
In this book, Stephanie and her beloved grandmother are searching for a treasure. The clue to the treasure was left to Grandma by her second husband, Jimmy, who happened to be a mob member.
Two other mobsters are searching for the same fortune, and they will stop at nothing, including kidnapping and murder, to find the cache before Stephanie and Grandma.
Luckily, Stephanie has her family, luck, determination, and not one but two men, Ranger and Joe Morelli, on her side.
I enjoyed this book more than I thought I would. Stephanie, with her snark and her misadventures, reminded me of one of my favorite heroines, Charley Davidson.
So if you love Charley, you will love Stephanie too. And you don't even have to start this series from the beginning to enjoy it. Nov 06, Lawona rated it liked it.
Stephanie is on a race against time to find a treasure. While worrying about her and her families saftey.
This is a book that is actually connected to the last. This isn't one of my favorites but it had me laughing in some parts. Thanks to the publisher, via Edelweiss, for an advance e-galley for honest review.
I'm so disappointed, and I'm not sure if it's more in myself for believing that this one could be different, or in this book for taking all the high expectations I had based on the last book, on descriptions, and the title of this book and smashing them.
This is the exact same stuff we've been reading for 26 previous books, reader friends. Stephanie ruins some cars, waffles between Ranger and Joe, picks up some of Thanks to the publisher, via Edelweiss, for an advance e-galley for honest review.
Stephanie ruins some cars, waffles between Ranger and Joe, picks up some of the most hapless criminals in written history and solves a larger mystery in between.
I've been saying this for books and books but I truly think I can be done with this series at this point. Nov 10, Madeline Worrell rated it really liked it Shelves: mystery.
Something I cant put my finger on Nov 06, Stephanie rated it really liked it Shelves: ebook , netgalley , mystery , adult-fiction , humor , series , from-the-publisher , most-anticipated-read , favorite-authors.
I was thrilled to be offered an e-galley copy of Janet Evanovich's newest addition to the Stephanie Plum series, Fortune and Glory book 27 because this series is definitely my guilty pleasure and akin to eating comfort food.
I admit that I've read the 1st 10 or so books in the series more than once because of the much-needed laughs and escape from reality that Stephanie, Lulu, Grandma Mazur, and a bevy of other characters provide.
Let's just say that book 27 didn't disappoint in providing just I was thrilled to be offered an e-galley copy of Janet Evanovich's newest addition to the Stephanie Plum series, Fortune and Glory book 27 because this series is definitely my guilty pleasure and akin to eating comfort food.
Let's just say that book 27 didn't disappoint in providing just the escapism that I needed in a time where I've been having a hard time focusing on reading and most anything else because, well, the world is just so upside down right now.
But this book was a perfect remedy! It's definitely a darker Plum book than some of Evanovich's previous ones with lots of action and dangerous mob hits and kidnapping attempts, but it also seemed to define a change in Stephanie that has been needed for a long time: she is at a crossroads, trying to decide what she wants out of her life and for her future.
It's no longer just about "do I chose Morelli or Ranger" for her although that trope is there but not as strong this time around, it's about Stephanie finding herself, and I for one, am here for it!
If you've not read the last few Plum novels because they seemed pretty repetitive Ranger, bumbling bounty hunters, well this one is different although those elements are there-I can't imagine a day that Stephanie doesn't blow up something.
But this book is Evanovich back at her best, and I definitely recommend giving the series another try. Oh, and watch for Gabriela Rose, Evanovich's newest character!
She's getting her own series, and I can't wait to dive in and learn more about her. View 2 comments.
Nov 24, Donna rated it it was ok. For this review, I just copy and pasted my review from the previous book in this series. If the author can't change things up, I don't know why I should.
This installment in the Stephanie Plum series was just okay for me. Stephanie is still unfulfilled in life, love and employment.
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