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    Another great one in the series

    PLOT OR PREMISE: This is the second book in the Stephanie Plum series, new bounty hunter. This time around first love's distant cousin, Kenny Mancuso, is supposed to be a relatively easy pickup. Sure, he shot a guy, his best friend, but he's not all that bright. Except that he's fresh out of the army and suddenly wealthy. . WHAT I LIKED: I liked the expansion of the role by Plum's grandmother, even though I thought she was over the top in the first one. Here, it's funny, as she is out of control. She goes to a funeral with a closed coffin for a guy who was shot, and she opens the coffin to see what he looks like. Another dead guy has a strange looking ring so she touches the hand and the finger comes off. Don't even ask about her shooting a gun. The love story with Morelli moves along a bit until he screws up (as all men do) and the brakes come on hard. Add in the sub-plot of 24 missing coffins, and the read is a riot. An improvement over the first book, and further expansion of some nice supporting characters. . WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: There are a few too many guys running around with no real explanation, and the major baddie Kenny does a pretty good job of going wherever he wants to despite a large number of people looking for him (remembering that he wasn't too bright to begin with). . DISCLOSURE: I received no compensation, not even a free copy, in exchange for this review. I am not personal friends with the author, nor do I follow her on social media.
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    Two For The Dough

    Fabulous!! I loved this Plum novel. My favorite female bounty hunter. Grandma Mazur deserves a nod as well.
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    Two for the Dough

    Janet Evanovich paints such colorful characters that I found myself picturing various actresses and actors into her stories. A young Steven Segal for Morretti, no one but Betty White for Grandma Mazur and Warehouse 13's Joanne Kelly must be Stefanie. Such a fun read that seems to come to life. I am ready for another!
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    Two for the Dough

    Loved it! So funny! Love the characters, especially Grandma Mazur, Stephanie's grandmother who does and says the most unexpected and outrageous things!
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    As entertaining as the first book. Very enjoyable read.
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