Just finished Three to Get Deadly. As always, Janet Evanovich’s quirky heroine made me laugh and sometimes shake my head in exasperation as she attempted, and finally solved the mystery of Uncle Mo’s vanishing and bail bond jump. It was nothing like she expected and feeling guilty over having to take Uncle Mo in changed when she discovered his secret life.
In this novel, Stephanie Plum grows a little more. She becomes a little more serious about her job and acknowledges the danger involved in bounty hunting. It also appears things heat up between her and Morelli, too, but just where is it all going to lead? And what about Ranger? He comes to her aid every time she has called in the past and in this novel as well.
Oh, and Grandma Mazur gets a boyfriend!
As usual, I loved this novel from beginning to end when there was actually time to sit down and give it the attention it properly deserved. I highly recommend this series, as always, and actually have a new respect for Stephanie Plum’s sleuthing abilities. I can’t wait to read Four to Score!