Revenge of the Spellmans (Spellman Files Series #3)

Revenge of the Spellmans (Spellman Files Series #3)

by Lisa Lutz
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Revenge of the Spellmans (Spellman Files Series #3) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 90 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just an absolutely hysterical, witty, entertaining read. Each new release of this series just keeps getting better and makes me want the next one in line!
mjk44 More than 1 year ago
Izzy only grows and gets better with each installment of Spellmans. A very easy & enjoyable read!
toekneed More than 1 year ago
Fun, fun series. I do a lot of snickering and sudden laugh out louds.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In San Francisco the court orders out of control private investigator Isabel "Izzy" Spellman to attend therapy sessions; she spends her meetings tap dancing around the psychologist. Meanwhile her parents plead with their middle daughter to return to the family private investigative firm; they warn her that without her they will probably have to sell their company. Izzy considers their blackmail while hiding from them and others in her older brother David¿s apartment at a time he has simply vanished form the planet. Although she has found recently sleuthing to have been very depressing (see THE SPELLMAN FILES and CURSE OF THE SPELLMANS ¿ to see why), she considers searching for sibling.

Meanwhile she loses her bartending job because of moonlighting as a detective looking into the easy case of client Ernie Black to prove his wife is cheating or not; of course this being Izzy easy means dangerous. She also helps her octogenarian friend relocate to Florida and elude her teenage sister Rae the alleged PSAT cheater who wants her sibling back with Henry.

The third Spellman dysfunctional investigative family thriller is another out of control zany San Francisco treat as Izzy dodges her parents, her sister and her shrink to work a couple of fog-bound cases. The story line is overwhelmed with sidebars and no plot takes full control; but fans of the series will not care as the eccentric cast especially Izzy¿s family and friends make for a wild time by the bay.

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First of these books I have read and just plowed on through it. It didn't hold my interest at all.
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jmcissy More than 1 year ago
Quirky Gumshoe family. A light read that doesn't keep me awake at night, but doeskeep me reading. I will continue to follow the series, if only to make sure the little sister doesn't get into too much trouble!
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okiereaderOK More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved this series. Lutz brings a whole new meaning to a family business.
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bravewarrior More than 1 year ago
CD/Unabridged/Mystery: Izzy is in a crossroads in her life. She is seeing a court-ordered psychiatrist, working for Milo, and her best friend is 82 years-old. Izzy's sleep derivation is hysterical. She begins to get all of her sleep on public transportation. Along with that, she is being black-mailed, bribed, followed, and on a career deadline. I saw where some reviewers were hating on Ari Graynor's narrative. I love it. She is the voice of Izzy and the bored 30 year old. Izzy is still growing up and finding herself. A definite recommendation. The best part of the book was the computer nerd giving/berating Izzy directions on computer file stealing.
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