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Three to Get Deadly: A Stephanie Plum Novel

Three to Get Deadly: A Stephanie Plum Novel

Écrit par Janet Evanovich

Raconté par Lori Petty


Three to Get Deadly: A Stephanie Plum Novel

Écrit par Janet Evanovich

Raconté par Lori Petty

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4/5 (116 évaluations)
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1 heure
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Feb 1, 1997
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9780743547253
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Description

Stephanie Plum, the brassy babe in the powder blue Buick, is back, and she's having a bad hair day -- for the whole month of January.

For starters, she's been given the unpopular task of finding Mo Bedemier -- one of the burg's most beloved figures, who unfortunately was caught carrying concealed. Steph's job is to haul his revered ass back to the lock-up and collect her share of the bounty. But Mo seems to have skipped town. His car is gone, his ice cream store is deserted, and his neighbors aren't talking, certainly not to Stephanie.

Trenton homicide cop and local hunk Joe Morelli is keeping his distance. The last time he got social with Stephanie he ended up naked in the middle of the street. But Stephanie's not one to say no to a challenge, whether she's after a Mo or a Morelli....With lots of help from former "ho" turned file clerk, Lula, and the occasional assist from the ultimate of bounty hunters, Ranger, Stephanie packs her pepper spray and takes off in pursuit of the elusive purveyor of sweets.

Three to Get Deadly is fast, fun, fabulous entertainment from one of the hottest rising stars in the crime-writing world.
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Feb 1, 1997
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9780743547253
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À propos de l'auteur

Over the last twenty-five years, Janet Evanovich has written a staggering twenty-four #1 New York Times bestsellers in the Stephanie Plum series. In addition to the Plum novels, Janet has coauthored the New York Times bestselling Fox and O’Hare series, the Knight and Moon series, the Lizzy and Diesel series, the Alexandra Barnaby novels, and the graphic novel, Troublemaker (with her daughter, Alex Evanovich).


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  • (4/5)
    I love this series and enjoy all the interactions between Stephanie and Morelli. This time Stephanie is after the town candy shop owner. She hears it from everyone that he is innocent and to leave him alone. I love what she does find out about Mo.
  • (1/5)
    This was so poorly abridged that the story was impossible to follow.
  • (5/5)
    Wasnt my favorite out of the series so far but I did enjoy it and I love listening to Lori Petty read!!!
  • (4/5)
    Poor Stephanie Plum is tasked with tracking down beloved candy store owner Moses Bedemier, known to all in the burg as Uncle Mo, who has skipped bail by missing a hearing. The community shuns Stephanie while her parents nag her to settle down and get a real job. The characters come alive with eccentricities and personal histories with Stephanie that go back to grade school. Throw in a gun-toting grandmother, a lecherous cop, a retired 'ho' and the whole story runs rolls out like a comedy of errors told in a graveyard. Macabre, hilarious, unexpected fun!
  • (4/5)
    I really like these books. I've just been sucked in by the characters, from Stephanie, to Grandma Mazur, to Lula, to Ranger, to Joe, to Rex.
  • (5/5)
    Stephanie tries to find Uncle Mo - lots of dead drug dealers.
  • (4/5)
    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.
  • (4/5)
    Another knock-out for Janet Evanovich! This time Stephanie finds herself after a neighborhood saint who becomes FTA after a charge everyone finds unnecessary. Of course, as always, things get crazy and complicated as Stephanie begins stumbling upon the corpses of drug dealers everywhere. The characters are perfectly hilarious and feisty but still believable and this adventure is a page-turner.
  • (4/5)
    This book was given to me by a client a sold a furnace to. I really hated this at first because it felt like a "chick" book.After about 60 pages I was ready to give it up but felt compelled to finish it because I promised the person who gave it to me that I would read it. Really grew on me. Funny. Ended up really liking it.
  • (2/5)
    This 3rd Stephanie Plum isn't my favorite so far. That said, I still liked it. I just felt like I didn't really get attached to the story until about halfway through and usually I am busting up within 30 pages or so. Fans of this series will probably still love it but I hope this was just one of those 'slump' books - cause the first two were great. Anyone care to enlighten me if I should continue reading the rest of the series or not?
  • (4/5)
    This third installment in the stephanie plum series manages to retain all the humour, zany situations and engaging mystery of the first two books. There's little variation from the formula, though the villians are somewhat seedier, but so far its still a winning formula.
  • (4/5)
    I've read all of Evanovich's mysteries so far. They seem to keep getting better and better. I hope to reread the entire series soon.
  • (3/5)
    These books are always good for a fast paced dumb luck, laugh
  • (4/5)
    I'm a bit surprised by the number of reviews and the number of owners of this book, as I casually grabbed it off the shelf of a local bookstore because it was remaindered for three bucks. It's certainly worth the money, as all the other reviews have said; fun and filled with quirky energy. This is the only Evanovich I've read - I'll be happy to read more if they're as cheap - but my favorite character hasn't been mentioned by any of the other reviewers: Ranger, the supertough bounty hunter who carries on the Saint or Batman traditions of an ordinary human who's made himself stronger and smarter than everyone else by dint of hard work. There's no hint of a love affair in this book, but I'd be curious to know if more goes on in the overall story arc. Hmm. Maybe I'll have to pick up a few more after all.
  • (5/5)
    In Evanovich's third book of Stephanie Plum's adventures, the bounty hunter is faced with having to chase down Mo, the candy store owner; and everyone loves Mo, making Stephanie the instant bad guy. I can't wait to read number four!
  • (5/5)
    ok stayed up all night reading this one lol. It was great. Love the series, but i just kept thinking to myself, Stephanie you dummy!!!!!! Morelli is hot and he wants you but you keep messing things up. I guess there are enough books in the series still for it to happen at least i can hope right lol
  • (3/5)
    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.
  • (4/5)
    This book was more of the same good fun you can generally expect a Stephanie Plum book to deliver in spades.
  • (3/5)
    This one took me forever to slog through. I don't know if it wasn't as good as the others or if I'm just growing weary of Ms. Plum. I'll read #4 and see if she still belongs in my rotation of female detectives or not.
  • (3/5)
    Love Joe! Love Grandma Mazur and the crew - listen to the audio...will keep you laughing in the car! Once again, the entire One for the Money crew is in action, including Ranger and Grandma Mazur, searching for Mo, tripping down a trail littered with drug dealers, leading Stephanie to suspect Mo has traded his ice-cream scoop for a vigilante gun.

    Cursed with a disastrous new hair color and an increasing sense that it’s really time to get a new job, Stephanie spirals and tumbles through Three to Get Deadly with all the wisecracks and pace her fans have come to expec
  • (4/5)
    Once again, narrator C J Critt provides tons of enjoyment through her delivery of Stephanie Plum's dry wit. I've explained to my family that I'm listening to "that funny book", so they won't think I'm crazy. ;)
  • (3/5)
    This was a pretty good book. I still love the characters, but the situations are starting to grow stale - although she escalated the romance side of the book a little more in this one. The writing was strong, and so is her characterizations, and this propels the novel well.
  • (4/5)
    So funny. Grandma Mauzer needs her own storyline. Stephanie is great.
  • (4/5)
    Stephanie Plumb and her pesky assistant, Lula, bounty hunt their way through this adventure. Stephanie is an accidental hero throughout the book as she tries to track down "Failure-to-Appear" Moe. Along the way drug dealers are being killed off left and right, the connections to Moe seem inevitable. This is the third book in a series of twelve.
  • (4/5)
    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.
  • (2/5)
    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...
  • (4/5)
    These all start blending together to me, but I eat up the Stephanie Plum novels like candy.
  • (4/5)
    Classic Stephanie Plum - this is my first time reding through this series and I am loving it. I love laughing at Stephanie and Lula's crazy antics in this one. I missed Grandma Mazur in this one since she was really in Two for the Dough, but when she was there, she was funny.Stephanie is hot on the trail of one of Trenton's favorite uncles. Uncle Moe who owns the town candy store. In this one she fights against people out to protect Moe, one of her former teachers, her new truck, her hairdresser and of course Joe Morelli. As things start to unravel it gets even crazier. Just a fun read and C.J. Critt does a wonderful job on the audio - I love her different voices and the accents are great.Fun, fun, fun is what you get when reading this book and I'm looking forward to reading more about Stephanie Plum, Lula, Grandma Mazur, Morelli and Ranger.
  • (5/5)
    Another fun, breezy Stephanie Plum novel. This series is just so enjoyable; my mom and I are both reading them right now. This one didn't really have enough Grandma Mazur for my tastes, but it still kicked ass.
  • (4/5)
    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.