Sunday, May 7, 2017

Turbo Twenty-Three by Janet Evanovich

Twenty-third (duh) in the Stephanie Plum series opens with a dead man in an ice cream truck dipped in chocolate and nuts. What?

So the Bogart Ice Cream company is having some troubles, even if you don't count the dead ice cream covered guy. Ranger gets Stephanie to work undercover at the Bogart factory to see what she can find out but Stephanie sucks at undercover. Actually, I'm still amazed Stephanie has a job, but she manages to scrape through every chaotic (sometimes Lula-induced) situation that comes her way.

If you've read the previous book, we're in the same situation: Stephanie, Morelli (engaged to be engaged??) and Ranger. Lula and Connie add to the comic elements and there's plenty of chase scenes and action. For some reason, perhaps it's the ice cream element, I found #23 to be a particularly good book.

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