#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • Something big is brewing in Trenton, N.J., and it could blow at any minute. Stephanie Plum might not be the world’s greatest bounty hunter, but she knows when she’s being played. Ken Globovic (aka Gobbles), hailed as the Supreme Exalted Zookeeper of the animal house known as Zeta fraternity, has been arrested for beating up the dean of students at Kiltman College. Gobbles has missed his court date and gone into hiding. People have seen him on campus, but no one will talk. Things just aren’t adding up, and Stephanie can’t shake the feeling that something funny is going on at the college—and it’s not just Zeta fraternity pranks. As much as people love Gobbles, they hate Doug Linken. When Linken is gunned down in his backyard it’s good riddance, and the list of possible murder suspects is long. The only people who care about finding Linken’s killer are Trenton cop Joe Morelli, who has been assigned the case, security expert Ranger, who was hired to protect Linken, and Stephanie, who has her eye on a cash prize and hopefully has some tricks up her sleeve.
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Warning This is an independent addition to Tricky Twenty-Two, meant to enhance your experience of the original book. If you have not yet bought the original copy, make sure to purchase it before buying this unofficial summary from aBookaDay. SUMMARY Tricky Twenty-Two is the twenty-second, and most recent novel, in the Stephanie Plum book series, authored by Janet Evanovich. The books tell the story of a woman named Stephanie Plum who stumbles into a career as a bounty hunter. In the beginning, it takes her some time to get the hang of the job. However, in Tricky Twenty-Two she's developed relationships and has an interesting colleague named Lula that provide her with assistance in her work. The book starts out with her colleague, Lula and her trying to talk a woman down from a ledge. Joe Morelli, Stephanie's boyfriend (who's also a cop), shows up and manages to talk the woman down. It's after this that Stephanie goes back to his place where he, unfortunately, dumps her after they have sex. Stephanie leaves his place angry and returns to work the next day with signs of her stress on her face in the form of a zit. She receives two assignments; Ken "Gobbles" Globovic and Billy "Bacon" Brown. The book weaves the main case Stephanie is working around the other assignments she receives. One of the jobs Stephanie receives is from Ranger, assisting as security for a man named Doug Linken, and his wife, Monica when they attend the funeral of Linken's late colleague, Harry Getz. Later in the book, it's revealed that Doug and Harry are Zeta alumni. Gobbles is a Zeta fraternity brother and his story, and the fraternity house, are the main focus of the book. During the search for Gobbles and the investigation into the Zeta fraternity, Stephanie and Lula meet Dean Mintner and Professor Pooka. Pooka is an eccentric biology professor and Gobbles' faculty advisor, as well as the den father (they don't have a den mother because one night one of the brothers got the den mother pregnant) for the Zeta fraternity. Both Mintner and Pooka point Stephanie and Lula in the direction of Gobbles' girlfriend Julie. Stephanie suspects that Gobbles is bunking with Julie so her and Ranger go and check it out. There's no sign of him, and after checking out the apartment, the two decide to go for burgers. It's here that they spot Gobbles, however, he gets away. Throughout the book, the Zetas play pranks on Stephanie and Lula (beer balloons, graffiti and geese in their cars, etc., ). This further plays into Pooka's and Mintner's opinion of the Zeta fraternity. However, towards the end of the book, we learn that Mintner and Pooka are out to destroy the fraternity, and are, in fact, the villains. We learn this when Gobbles sends Julie to talk to Stephanie. Julie and Gobbles tell Stephanie that for homecoming the Zetas were planning on creating fireworks with stink bombs attached to them. Gobbles and his friend Becker were in charge of executing this plane. However, they soon found out that they needed help and decided to ask Pooka. It was at this point that things got out of hand. It's revealed that Pooka slowly started to lose his mind and developed a plan to attach tubes filled with fleas that were infected with the bubonic plague virus. When the fireworks went off at homecoming, the fleas would infect everyone on the campus and result in the death of everyone. In the process of working on another assignment, Stephanie is kidnapped by Pooka. Here, she finds Gobbles' friend, Becker, who tells her that he's been held captive for a while and was forced to call his parents to tell them he was okay. Stephanie manages to get free, she gets Becker free, and gets them both out of the house. When she's trying to figure out what to do, Ranger shows up and takes her and Available on PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. (c) 2015 All Rights Re
Small guy. Big trouble. Death threats, highly trained assassins and highly untrained assassins are all in a day's work for Stephanie Plum in Top Secret Twenty-One. Janet Evanovich's hilarious bestselling series is perfect reading for fans of Sue Grafton and JD Robb. Praise for Evanovich's bestselling novels: 'A laugh-out-loud page turner' (Heat); 'Sharp dialogue, a little slapstick and a little romance' (The Sunday Times); 'Highly enjoyable... who can resist?' (Chicago Tribune). Stephanie Plum has just one job lined up - tracking down Jimmy Poletti: car-dealer and all-round scumbag. Problem is he's on the run, and silencing his former colleagues, one bullet at a time. Plum is going to need bait to bring him in. Bait like Poletti's ex-bookkeeper, Randy Briggs: a ninety-two-centimeter-tall magnet for bored housewives and rocket-propelled grenades. To make things worse, there's a one-eyed Russian assassin who's out to get revenge on Ranger, Stephanie's part-time temptation and full-time protector. Who is the one-eyed Russian and what's his connection to the former Special Forces operative? Afraid that's top secret. What readers are saying about Top Secret Twenty-One: 'More great fun and frolics from our favourite Evanovich characters' 'Fast, slick, pacy and funny - this has the best banter, the best one-liners and the best men ever! A brilliant read' 'I never tire of these books, they are so light hearted and funny'
Where there’s smoke there’s fire, and no one knows this better than New Jersey bounty hunter Stephanie Plum. Dead bodies are showing up in shallow graves on the empty construction lot of Vincent Plum Bail Bonds. No one is sure who the killer is, or why the victims have been offed, but what is clear is that Stephanie’s name is on the killer’s list. Short on time to find evidence proving the killer’s identity, Stephanie faces further complications when her family and friends decide that it’s time for her to choose between her longtime off-again-on-again boyfriend, Trenton cop Joe Morelli, and the bad boy in her life, security expert Ranger. Stephanie’s mom is encouraging Stephanie to dump them both and choose a former high school football star who’s just returned to town. Stephanie’s sidekick, Lula, is encouraging Stephanie to have a red-hot boudoir “bake-off.” And Grandma Bella, Morelli’s old-world grandmother, is encouraging Stephanie to move to a new state when she puts “the eye” on Stephanie. With a cold-blooded killer after her, a handful of hot men, and a capture list that includes a dancing bear and a senior citizen vampire, Stephanie’s life looks like it’s about to go up in smoke. BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg's The Heist.
A New York Times bestseller CURIOUS MINDS by No. 1 bestselling author Janet Evanovich and screenwriter Phoef Sutton is a must-read thriller for fans of the Stephanie Plum mysteries including ONE FOR THE MONEY and TRICKY TWENTY-TWO. They couldn't be less compatible, but they make a great team... Emerson Knight is introverted, eccentric, and has little-to-no sense of social etiquette. Good thing he's also brilliant, rich and (some people might say) handsome. Riley Moon has just graduated from Harvard. Her assertive (some people might say aggressive) spitfire attitude has helped land a dream job at Blane-Grunwald bank. At least, Riley Moon thinks it's her dream job until she is given her first assignment: babysitting Emerson Knight. An inquiry about missing Knight money leads to a missing man, missing gold and a life-and-death race across the country. Through the streets of Washington D.C., and down into the underground vault of the Federal Reserve in New York City, an evil plan is exposed. A plan so sinister that only a megalomaniac could think it up, and only the unlikely duo of the irrepressibly charming Emerson Knight and the tenacious Riley Moon could hope to stop it...
Stephanie is angry. Someone is killing old women and leaving them in dumpsters, and she's risking the wrath of the local police by investigating behind their backs. And to top that, her latest bounty is the town's much-beloved vicious mobster, 'Uncle Sunny' Sunucchi. Stephanie doesn't mind (that much) that the local Godfather is her boyfriend Morelli's actual godfather - but since they are almost her in-laws, she could do with the Family not trying to kill her for a while...
A ferocious political satire in the great tradition, Our Gang is Philip Roth’s brilliantly indignant response to the phenomenon of Richard M. Nixon. In the character of Trick E. Dixon, Roth shows us a man who outdoes the severest cynic, a peace-loving Quaker and believer in the sanctity of human life who doesn’t have a problem with killing unarmed women and children in self-defense. A master politician with an honest sneer, he finds himself battling the Boy Scouts, declaring war on Pro-Pornography Denmark, all the time trusting in the basic indifference of the voting public.
A ferocious political satire in the great tradition, Our Gang" "is Philip Roth' s brilliantly indignant response to the phenomenon of Richard M. Nixon. In the character of Trick E. Dixon, Roth shows us a man who outdoes the severest cynic, a peace-loving Quaker and believer in the sanctity of human life who doesn' t have a problem with killing unarmed women and children in self-defense. A master politician with an honest sneer, he finds himself battling the Boy Scouts, declaring war on Pro-Pornography Denmark, all the time trusting in the basic indifference of the voting public.
This exciting and diverse collection of mental puzzles will equip you with the valuable ability to "think outside the box". The book teaches creative, non-standard approaches to problem-solving, and will motivate you to think in ways you never have before. The book includes many puzzles for interviews. If you plan to interview at an investment bank, consulting firm, high-tech firm or in any other related field, mastery of the puzzles and the logic attached can be the deciding factor in getting the job offer. Although many of the puzzles are difficult and challenging, a middle-school education is sufficient to enable you to solve almost all of them. Also included are popular interview questions given at Microsoft and Goldman Sachs, old-time favourites of celebrities such as Warren Buffet, Lewis Carroll, and John F Kennedy, and new puzzles created by the author.
Take a unique approach to grammar instruction using Tricky Grammar for grade 3. This 128-page book balances high-interest, cross-curricular text with a traditional, rules-based approach to grammar. Students love following a host of grammar gremlins, who point out each trick, trap, and technicality of grammar, through the activities. This book includes a skills index, pretests and posttests, review pages, a reference page, a glossary, and reproducibles. It aligns with state, national, and Canadian provincial standards.