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To the Nines (Stephanie Plum, No. 9) Kindle Edition

4.3 out of 5 stars 208 customer reviews

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Length: 388 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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Narrator King somehow makes the crazy, comic antics of Evanovich's irresistible bond agent, Stephanie Plum, seem almost rational in this fine audio adaptation. The story opens with the outrageous apprehension of a nude, Vaseline-coated fugitive by Stephanie and her plus-sized, ex-hooker, "sometimes partner" Lula. Soon after, Stephanie sets off on the trail of Samuel Singh, an illegal immigrant who apparently fled a Visa bond and his fiancee. With plenty of prior experience narrating Evanovich titles (Hard Eight, etc.), King has no trouble highlighting the eccentricities of the author's invariably quirky cast of characters, as well as the ongoing romantic triangle between Stephanie, her sexy partner Ranger and Joe, a Trenton cop with whom she shares a "long, strange history." Evanovich's quick-witted, sarcastic and often raunchy dialogue takes the edge off the story's suspense, but King's chameleon voice and ease with accents make this a lively listening experience
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*Starred Review* Stephanie Plum is a Jersey Girl, a bounty hunter, and a resident of a part of Trenton where you can still go to Mom's for dinner and your cop boyfriend Morelli's grandmother has visions that include you in a coffin. Stephanie is on the trail of an Indian contract worker named Singh who disappeared when his visa was up. When she interviews a McDonald's employee who knew him, he's shot as she stands there. Then rose-and-carnation bouquets with very sinister notes start appearing in Stephanie's apartment and in her e-mail, and a few more bodies turn up with bullet holes. Meanwhile, Stephanie's sister, Valerie, is about to give birth; her sidekick, Lula, goes on the loudest diet ever written; and a trip to Vegas--yes, it's business--involves both Elvis and Tom Jones impersonators. Evanovich, and Stephanie, are at the top of their form here: laugh-out loud moments jostle with sticky, visceral terror; Stephanie's mentor, Ranger, and Morelli don't so much vie for her favors as bestow them in turn. Ever smarter, funnier, sexier, scarier. GraceAnne DeCandido
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Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 598 KB
  • Print Length: 388 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press (May 14 2008)
  • Sold by: Macmillan CA
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0019FPCWG
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 208 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #66,274 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Oh Stephanie Plum. You crack me up. I took a break from the Stephanie Plum series after reading 8.5 books all one after another and decided I didn’t want to ruin a good thing by having too much of it. But, then I randomly watched One for the Money (again) and I decided the break was over and Stephanie and I (more like Morelli, Ranger, and I) were going to need to rekindle. And I had a smile on my face from page one. Even when she’s just awaken from being knocked out with some of her hair missing, and in front of a dead body you can’t help but think “You’re awesome Steph.” This mystery definitely topped the majority of the other books because the killer was SO sadistic. I really loved it. It reminded me of Ramirez from the first few novels. And, even though there were moments when I thought man that person is sick, I couldn’t help but laugh at some of the random things that go through Stephanie’s mind and some of the awkward situations she gets herself into. And then of course Stephanie finally has some stuff figured out. Does she have the guy thing figured out? No. Does she have the career thing figured out? Nope. Ok, well she barely has things figured out, but she come to realize what she does want in her future and I thought that was a big move for Steph. Not to mention the characters, Steph, Morelli, Ranger, Lula, Connie, and even her sister and her sister’s “boyfriend” all crap me up. They are some strange characters that you just can’t help falling in love with. Stephanie Plum never makes anything simply, but also never leaves you bored or without a smile on your face.

Good:

Stephanie—“My poor bambinos”. Cracked me up.

Morelli—I use to hate when guys called me Cupcake.
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Stephanie Plum always gets her man. Well usually. Nearly always anyway. And sometimes she even knows why she has him.
I've enjoyed every book in this series, despite the fact that it has a gimmicky naming convention I would usually find off-putting. The protagonist is Stephanie Plum, a Jersey girl and bounty hunter employed by her cousin Vinnie. Her main job skill is persistence, and an uncanny ability to attract the attention of wackos and murderers wherever she goes. To The Nines is no exception, as what starts off as a simple hunt for a foreign computer geek who skipped out on his visa bond evolves into a cat and mouse game between Stephanie and an unknown assailant determined to do something unknown to her.
One of the endearing characteristics of these books is that Stephanie very rarely understands what her real problem is until it's solved, and sometimes not even then. The plot here twists back and forth, and sometimes pauses while Ranger and Morelli, the two very macho love interests, duel for position in Stephanie's heart and bed. The resolution is entertaining as always, even if hard core fans of the series will be slightly disappointed by the survival of Stephanie's car through the entire book. Highly recommended!
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Format: Hardcover
This book would be on the one top of the best Stephanie Plum books I read so far and all of them are GOOD. This book had me rolling on some parts. And Lula had to be her funniest with her diets.
Stephanie is on very important bond case where she is working with Ranger as her partner, she is bounder hunter, as you may know. There is sort of a stoker after her who calls them self Webmaster who wants Stephanie dead. Almost the whole book Stephanie is living with Joe Morelli. And Grandma Bella keeps having vision of Stephanie dead. Lula goal is to become a super model & Stephanie goal is pretty mush to live to see the next day with a nuts-o on her trail. Stephanie suspects Morelli to be cheating on her is it true? And Vinnie is in big trouble. Valire is finally haves her baby but isn't sure if she wants to marry Kloughn. And Stephanie stops wrecking her cars it some thing new can you guess what is now? They even go to Las Vegas in this book where in Las Vegas where there is thong throwing, fake Elvis, gambling, danger, shopping, airplanes, death, and marriages? But now in this book the table are turned and Stephanie, she is the one hunted...
This book is excellent BUY IT! I will always keep this book it was sooo Good could not put it down, I read it only in a few days. Wonderful book!!!!! I love it!!!! Very GOOD READ!! I just love this book! One of my favorite, I want to buy the 10th book NOW!!!!
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Format: Hardcover
It always starts out simple, but never stays that way long. When cousin Vinnie branches out to include visa bonds in his bail bonds business, it looked like good pr, until the resident alien in question skipped out on the bond, leaving Plum Bonds out a fee and with egg on its face. One meeting with his future mother in law is enough to reveal why he might have skipped, but even with such a good reason, Stephanie still has to find and bring him and the dog he kidnapped home. Her search is rather fruitless until she gets a tip that sends her, Connie, and the now dieting Lula to Vegas where the trail literally dead ends with the skip found shot. They do find the dog alive. That does not end the case though. Someone targets Stephanie as the next prize in a deadly game, prompting Ranger and Joe to set aside their rivalry to protect the woman they both care about. In the middle of all this, Steph's sister gives birth, which proves very messy for one of the bodyguards.
**** With the perfect mix of laughs and chills, readers once again get to share the fun of a Plum mystery. If you want a good time, then picking up To the Nines is a no brainer. ****
Amanda Killgore for Huntress Reviews.
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