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  1. James James says:

    Book Review 4 of 5 stars to Three to Get Deadly the third book in the Stephanie Plum mystery series written by Janet Evanovich This was one of the funny books as the cast of characters just keeps growing full of hilarity And if you love ice cream you need to read this one Stephanie's kinda like that cousin or old friend who keeps popping back into your life kinda needs a favor but is a kick ass person who just sometimes doesn't know how to get things under control But she keeps trying and eventually gets much closer Often with your help Evanovich gets in her stride in this series with this book as she has a good repeatable pattern and formula but always throws a few surprises in Good mystery in this one tho it spans the gamut of ice cream and drugs About Me For those new to me or my reviews here's the scoop I read A LOT I write A LOT And now I blog A LOT First the book review goes on Goodreads and then I send it on over to my WordPress blog at where you'll also find TV Film reviews the revealing and introspective 365 Daily Challenge and lots of blogging about places I've visited all over the world And you can find all my social media profiles to get the details on the whowhatwhenwhere and my pictures Leave a comment and let me know what you think Vote in the poll and ratings Thanks for stopping by Note All written content is my original creation and copyrighted to me but the graphics and images were linked from other sites and belong to them Many thanks to their original creatorspolldaddy poll9729544polldaddy poll9719251

  2. Choko Choko says:

    440 The buddy read devoted to funStephanie Plum an international spy No no she is a mob assassin No? Wait I got it a supper scary bounty hunter in crime torn Trenton New Jersey At least the place and profession are correct the scary part not so much Third book in the series and we know the setting well The only thing changed in the Trenton area is that because of some unavoidable circumstances it has one less funeral parlor it burned down but it is being rebuilt All else is the same the Burg is full of traditional family units there are the business districts Stark Street with boarded up buildings and crime blue color working neighborhoods The Mall the docs and the shoes factory The home of Stephanie Lula Ranger possibly also known as Batman and Morrely Doesn't it already feel like home? For a long running mystery series with an emphasis on chick lit and romance this is one which has earned cemented and endured its reputation and notoriety This is what makes it so hard to write reviews on its instalments Everything has already been written people either love it or hate it and most anyone has made up their mind as to which way they are inclined I fall into the group of Loving it And anything I put in writing would seem like fan girling so I am going to be very short Stefanie is on the hunt for uncle Mo neighborhood's favorite ice cream shop owner and potential Saint A new guy on the force stopped him on the road and found an unregistered weapon on his person Cousin Vinny bonded him out and he did not show for his cort date Since it is a simple job his apprehension is assigned to the newest bountyhunter Stephanie Plum a woman of mystery No OK not really mysterious She is new and uite frankly she sucks at her job The real mystery and what keeps readers coming back for is how the hell does she stay employed??? And how hasn't she gotten herself killed by now??? And how can a person so incompetent keep bringing perps in? See and people say these books don't have real mystery in them HAWell Trenton's population is angry with her for trying to put saintly uncle Mo in jail as well as a young and cute man who works in a fast food chicken restaurant So she becomes the target of public scorn and no one wants to assist her It doesn't help that dead bodies keep popping all around her and a group of vigilantes make her life miserable We get to have some interactions between her and Morrely which is kind of hot and she embarks on a regular exercising routine with Ranger which is a whole a lot of pathetic Lula is trying to earn her bountyhunter in training stripes and is as absurdly hilarious as always O and Grandma has decided she needs to start dating Yep if that doesn't make you want to read the book you really need to chill This series is one I recommend to anybody who has a sense of humor There are always things one can find to be offended by if they are looking for such but if you do then you are missing the point This series is created with laughter and joy in mind all else is incidental I hope you guys pick up the series to discover or to remind yourself of why we read such light books enjoy

  3. Tilly Slaton Tilly Slaton says:

    This book demonstrates an explosive and brilliantly comical story Stephanie Plum Bounty hunter I checked my pocketbook to make sure I had the essentialsbeeper tissues hair spray flashlight cuffs lipstick gun with bullets recharged cell phone recharged stun gun hairbrush gum pepper spray nail file Was I a kick ass bounty hunter or what? That about sums her up She’s hilarious She’s brave and bold She’s a woman on the edge I don’t know who should be frightened Joe Morelli or the criminals she’s searching for As the books continue the inevitable character progression always fascinates me I expect nothing less of the characters in the Stephanie Plum series Grandma Mazur holds a special place in my heart I always picture my momma as Mazur and me as Stephanie My sister has the personality of Lula but we won’t tell her that In Three to get Deadly Mazur steps on the edge and takes some interesting chances Why not find a man of her own? “How was church?” I asked “Boring” she said “A big waste of time We got a bunch of duds in that congregation Nobody hot to trot I’m gonna try the bingo hall tonight I hear they got some live lookers coming to bingo” And that’s just the beginning I love Grandma Mazur and look forward to reading of her Lula My momma always says she wants to be Mazur or Lula The character is totally rockin’ awesome In this book her character plays a integrated role and with the books to come she will not disappoint you Wise ass daring and sexy Lula will force a smile upon your face even if you’re fighting it “I want a triple decker burger” Lula yelled at the box “I want bacon and cheese and special sauce I want a large fries and I want lots of them little ketchup packets And I want a large chocolate milkshake” Dickie Ex husband sleazebag He shows up a little in this book and the verbal sparring matches between Stephanie and Dickie are priceless “Bitch” Dickie said “Dickhead” His eyes narrowed “Slut” “Asshole” “Fat cow” “Listen” I said “I don’t have to take this I got a divorce” This book took some interesting and gruesome turns Stephanie as always forces her chin up and remains strong With people shooting at her torturing her and leaving her as a suspect in a homicide she perseveres with grace I blink back the threat of tears swiped at my nose and narrowed my eyes “Listen to me you two bags of monkey shit “I yelled “I am not in a good mood My car keeps stalling The day before yesterday I threw up on Joe Morelli I was called a fat cow by my ex husband And if that isn’t enoughmy hair is ORANGE ORANGE FOR CHrISSAKE And now you have the gall to force yourself into my home and threaten my hamster Well you have gone too far You have crossed the line” As always a double thumbs up for this book There is moderate violence and a few sex moments scattered periodically throughout the book I would not recommend this book to children or immature young adults I will most definitely recommend this book to anyone looking for a great night of laughter Happy reading

  4. Barbara Barbara says:

    In this third book in the 'Stephanie Plum' series the bounty hunter is looking for a beloved candy store owner The book can be read as a standaloneWhen Trenton New Jersey native Stephanie Plum lost her department store job she became a bounty hunter for her cousin Vinnie Stephanie's responsibility is to pick up bail skips people who've missed their court dates but she's notoriously inept at the job and gets into all kinds of comical scrapesStephanie's current assignment is to bring in popular candy store owner Mo Bedemier known in the neighborhood as 'Uncle Mo' who was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon Weapons aren't a big deal in Trenton where almost everyone owns a gun so Stephanie's puzzled when she can't find Mo anywhere He hasn't even opened his candy shop for two days which is unprecedentedWhile Stephanie's looking for Mo she discovers the bodies of dead drug dealers all over Trenton and is threatened by vigilantes who want her to leave Mo alone Stephanie refuses and her continuing search results in attacks by masked men; cars being wrecked; guns going offall sorts of mayhemAs Stephanie goes about her business she's either helped or hindered by her usual associatesLula a big black woman who was once a 'ho' but is now a file clerkbounty hunter in training; Lula wears kooky clothes drives a red Firebird and carries a huge gun Lula can stop a perp by sitting on them which is useful at timesRanger a hot Cuban bounty hunter who taught Stephanie the trade or at least tried to Ranger is as tough as they come and seems able to walk through locked doors Ranger's trying to get Stephanie into shape but she'd rather eat donuts than exerciseJoe Morelli a sexy Italian cop who's Stephanie's on off boyfriend and knows exactly when to show up for pizza and beer Joe has an undercover operation going on and wants Stephanie to stay awayAlso on hand are Stephanie's familyGrandma Mazur who likes guns funerals and men; her boyfriend in this story has bad dentures and a glass eyeStephanie's Mom who 'takes a nip' when she's anxious; Stephanie's shenanigans inspire a lot of nipsStephanie's Dad who watches TV eats and sighs at Stephanie's and Grandma's anticsThere are a lot of laughs in this cozy mystery including Stephanie's inadvertent orange hair; Lula's bounty hunter outfit a leather duster and cowboy hat; a corpse protruding from Lula's Firebird; and In my favorite comic scene Stephanie is threatened by thugs in her apartment and every middle aged or elderly person on her floor comes to the rescue with a pistol machine gun meat cleaver or metal walkerStephanie bumbles her way to locating Uncle Mo and discovering who killed the drug dealers and I was surprised by the book's denouement which is darker than I expected Nevertheless this is an enjoyable light mystery recommended to fans of the genreYou can follow my reviews at

  5. sarafem sarafem says:

    Stephanie Plum makes me want to be a bounty hunter I can't be any worse than her

  6. Sandy *The world could end while I was reading and I would never notice* Sandy *The world could end while I was reading and I would never notice* says:

    EXCERPT I cautiously got out of the truck and looked for possible assailants Finding none I crossed the lot and swung through the door into the lobby Mr Wexler was in the lobby waiting for the senior citizens minibus to pick him up 'You hear about Mo Bedemier?' Mr Wexler asked 'Isn't he a pip? I tell you the man's got a lot of jewels It's about time somebody did something about the drug problem''He's suspected of killing a whole bunch of men''Yep He's on a roll all right'The elevator doors opened and I got in but I didn't feel like going to my apartment I felt like striking out at someone I got out of the elevator and confronted Mr Wexler 'Killing is wrong''We kill chickens' Mr Wexler said 'We kill cows We kill trees So big deal we kill some drug dealers'It was hard to argue with that kind of logic because I like cows and chickens and trees much better than drug dealers ABOUT THIS BOOK Stephanie Plum's fast becoming the most unpopular woman in New Jersey Even her own mother can't love her for taking on the job of tracking down Uncle Mo everybody's favourite candy store owner Cursed with a disastrous new hair colour and an increasing sense that it's time to get a new job the world's favourite bounty hunter sets off on her latest adventure with a little 'help' for her new sidekick hooker turned file clerk Lula who's just itching to get a felon in the back of her racy red firebird MY THOUGHTS Three to Get Deadly by Janet Evanovich was just the antidote I needed to another book I was reading that was a particularly depressing read It's slapstick comedy silly and funny and fun Snort coffee out through your nose silly Yes it's a series but this and the occasional other I have read all work as stand alone as there's plenty of background information embedded in the story An enjoyable 'filler' read 🤣😂🤣5THE AUTHOR Janet Evanovich is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Stephanie Plum series the Lizzy and Diesel series twelve romance novels the Alexandra Barnaby novels and Trouble Maker graphic novel and How I Write Secrets of a Bestselling Author as well as the Fox and O'Hare series with co author Lee GoldbergDISCLOSURE This was another inhabitant in a box of random books I bought at a garage sale Three to Get Deadly is written by Janet Evanovich and published by Penguin All opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own personal opinions For an explanation of my rating system please refer to my Goodreadscom profile page or the about page on sandysbookadaywordpresscom This review and others are also published on my webpage

  7. Kelly (and the Book Boar) Kelly (and the Book Boar) says:

    Find all of my reviews at I had to return home on Saturday as well This time I was sans kids as Dad took round two to the next destination for Sunday so it was up to Stephanie Plum to keep me awake Luckily this was available for download since I had underestimated the length of these in audio format This third trip to the ‘Burg finds Stephanie involved in a missing persons case Everyone’s favorite business owner Uncle Moe has gone FTA and is nowhere to be found No one is interested in helping Stephanie lock up their favorite candy man I feel the same about my neighborhood candy salesman Who doesn’t love puppies and sweets? Three To Get Deadly also featured a record high body count and the return of everyone’s favorite former ho At what point do the wheels start falling off this thing? I’m giving this one 4 Stars again and there’s a good chance I’ll be downloading #4 if it’s available before this weekend’s thankfully shorter road trip

  8. Katie Katie says:

    Book three was my favorite thus far I rated this book four stars because I just couldn't put it down I really enjoy Janet Evanovich's writing style because something is ALWAYS happening in her novels Ugh sorry to be a negative Nancy but am I the only the that doesn't laugh out loud at these books? Lula gets on my nerves even though she's a sweetheart and Stephanie has the oops hehe sense of humor that just always seems to be getting her in trouble Don't get me wrong I love reading these books and enjoy the men characters especially but I think one of the other members of goodreadscom said it best when she claimed she needed a break between each of these books because they are such and easy uick read For me they aren't books that I think about much after I am finished with them just ones that I enjoy during the reading process

  9. Gavin Gavin says:

    This was another light and fun instalment of the Stephanie Plum series This time Stephanie has been tasked with brining in Mo Uncle Mo Bedemier An easy job on the surface given the guy is fast approaching retirement age Unfortunately for Stephanie the whole neighbourhood loves local sweet shop owner Uncle Mo and are interested in scolding her for harassing the poor guy than they are in helping her find him Elsewhere in the Burbs crime is at a low as the local criminal element seem to be disappearing The story was uite entertaining and had a good mix of humor and action Stephanie always gets herself into the most crazy of situations We got of the Stephanie and Joe romance which I liked We also got to see plenty of both Ranger and Lula Lula was almost as hilarious as Granny MazurAll in all a fun read Rating 35 starsAudio Note I seem to have warmed to C J Critt and think she did a good job with this one

  10. Patrick Gibson Patrick Gibson says:

    It’s a world I am unfamiliar with—the world of Chic Lit or if you are over 18 I refer to as Clit Lit Even though Janet Evanovich’s books take up at least three shelves at the local Barnes Noble I have never noticed Probably because they are in the Mystery section which I pass through on my way to the Science Fiction wall I don’t look to either side for fear of turning into a pillar of salt But—there is always a but I am in a strange land under strange circumstances these days and Stephanie Plum has entered my life It’s a good thing At the moment I am taking care of my mom who is battling Parkinson’s dementia and a bunch of other good stuff When I first came into her house after an absence of something like 20 years I saw piles of books all over the place I knew everything would be alright Until I checked out the titles They were all—and I mean all—mysteries I never read murder mysteries unless written by Carl HiaasenThe inevitable day came when I found myself without a new book to read With so many Evanovich books laying around I though what the hell—how bad can they be? Well campers as millions of readers will attest they are clever fun and addictive You don’t read the Stephanie Plum series for the plot necessarily although some are clever It’s the daffy characters and ‘I Love Lucy’ situationsI am going to read them all he says and will add them to my bookshelf here only for my Boy Scout merit badge No reviews After you have read the first one you know what you are going to get with the rest So far I am enjoying the hell out of them I gotta say Janet—you can pen some hot eroticism when you want The Stephanie Plum series is an industry unto itself but don’t let this put you off from giving them a go Oh yah and start at the beginning It’s important

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Three to Get Deadly 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 She's been given the unpopular task of finding Mo Bedemier Trenton's most beloved citizen arrested for carrying concealed gone no show for his court appearance And to make matters worse she's got Lula a former hooker turned file clerk now a wannabe bounty hunter at her side sticking like glue Lula's big and blonde and black and itching to get the chance to lock up a crook in the trunk of her car Morelli the New Jersey vice cop with the slow burning smile that undermines a girl's strongest resolve is being polite So what does this mean Has he found a new love Or is he manipulating Steph using her in his police investigation counting on her unmanageable curiosity and competitive Jersey attitude 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 dead 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 expect

  • Kindle Edition
  • 344 pages
  • Three to Get Deadly
  • Janet Evanovich
  • English
  • 07 July 2016

About the Author: Janet Evanovich

Janet Evanovich is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Stephanie Plum series the Lizzy and Diesel series twelve romance novels the Alexandra Barnaby novels and Trouble Maker graphic novel and How I Write Secrets of a Bestselling Author as well as the Fox and O'Hare series with co author Lee Goldberg