Lean Mean Thirteen (Stephanie Plum Series #13)

Lean Mean Thirteen (Stephanie Plum Series #13)

by Janet Evanovich
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Lean Mean Thirteen (Stephanie Plum Series #13) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 612 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Evanocich portrays Stephanie Plum beautifully. I couldn't put the book down. This series is a must read. There is lots of action and never a boring part
Motheroliver More than 1 year ago
If you enjoy action, laughter, and craziness then Lean Mean 13 is the book for you. Janet Evanovich writes the Stephanie Plum series like she's lived the life of an inept bounty hunter. In this one Stephanie is trying to find her missing ex-husband who some think she may have killed; while trying to find the missing money ($40 million) from his company. In the mean time she needs money so she's doing her bumbling best to catch bail jumpers. Is there an explosion, a car fire? Read it to find out.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought Lean Mean Thirteen was great fun and an easy read. It was much lighter than Twelve Sharp but so what. I laughed out loud or smiled throughout the book. I actually tried not too read it too quickly because I wanted it to last longer than one night since I have to wait another year to get the next one. I just don't understand why people want her to choose between Ranger and Joe, get married and have kids. Hello, it is fiction, where time is Plum time not our time and the premise of these books involve that triangle. There is a reason Janet's books soar to the top of the best sellers list every time she writes one...because they are so fun. Only thing in this book is I wished there had been more romance with Ranger,'I love Ranger and Joe also,but there is something about a bad boy...' but Stephanie is actually practicing self control and has for a while when it come to Ranger. Take Thirteen for what it is...a fun read on a lazy summer day and you won't be disappointed, but if you want something deep and dark maybe PD James or Elizabeth George is for you.
westtampa41 More than 1 year ago
The Lean Mean Thirteen (Stephanie Plum Series #13) is funny. If anyone needs a laugh and needs to forget about their problems for a little while read this book. I recommend all the "Stephanie Plum books.
slaney More than 1 year ago
When I need a good laugh and to fill better about how my life is going, I pick up a Stephanie Plum mystery. It always puts me in a good mood. Thanks Janet Evanovich for writing so many of these!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
always a great fun read....ms evanovich has a great sense of humour!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another hit for the Stephanie Plum Series. I love all Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum books. As usual I couldn't put the book down. I hope she never stops writing the series.
Anonymous 2 days ago
Good as all the others.
ThePolyBlog 5 months ago
BOTTOM-LINE: Good addition with lots of extra but useful characters . PLOT OR PREMISE: Ranger needs Stephanie to find out what's going on with Dickie Orr, her ex-husband. Which she does, in normal Stephanie fashion - she brings the crazy. . WHAT I LIKED: Dickie going missing is no big deal, but at least it's the basis for a decent plot. Sort of, anyway. But the exploding taxidermy makes up for it. Plus everyone's views on the cable company. . WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: Very little -- even Joyce and Dickie were okay this go around. The flamethrower was a bit over the top though . 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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Great
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SallyPinkReviews More than 1 year ago
Evanovich remains fresh with another tale full of suspense that will you guessing with “Lean Mean Thirteen.” When Ranger asks Stephanie to plant a bug on her ex-husband, Dickie, trouble follows her everywhere. Stephanie goes to Dickie’s office to plant Ranger’s bug and loses her cool. She chokes Dickie and takes Aunt Tootsie’s clock back before leaving. Next thing she knows, Dickie’s missing, blood is everywhere, and she’s the main suspect! To clear her good name, Stephanie becomes more involved in Ranger’s investigation. She soon learns that Dickie’s partners deal drugs, sell weapons, and use the business to launder money. As Stephanie is drawn deeper into Dickie’s problems, she becomes a target, and the weapon of choice is a flamethrower! There’s plenty of twists and surprises, but can Morelli and Ranger keep her safe? Evanovich’s writing is crisp, sharp, and witty. The supporting cast still entertains. Lula and Grandma Mazur are back, along with Coglin, an FTA who can’t get any service from the cable company. Evanovich maybe 13  books into the series, but each story’s plot is still creative and original. “Lean Mean Thirteen” is a cozy mystery. There are unexpected twists and a couple of surprises that will keep you on your toes. If you enjoy a good “whodunit” with lots of laughs, you’ll enjoy this book.
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Morellis aunt is now Ruth, not Rose. Stephanies mom is Helen, not Ellen. Who really wrote this book? For what we pay for an Evanovich e-book we should have an author who knows their characers names after 15 books! When you publish 5 books in one year i guess you get confused! C'mon Janet! Pay attention! At $9.00 and up you could do better! We spend the money! At least you should write your own books!!!! Heres hoping you see your errors and hop to. Your name on a book wont cut it anymore.
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As usual, the continuing antics of Stephanie Plum and Lula keep you entertained! Really like the side trips to bring in another bad guy and the torture of being too close to Ranger.
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Another good Stehanie Plum. Not great, but good. I'd recommend it to any Stephanie Plum fan or Evanovich fan, or to anyone who enjoys a fun read.
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I love this series action &humor fast read
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Uhn