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Lean Mean Thirteen by Janet Evanovich

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A Blockbuster Beach Read from Evanovich

Book Cover Image: Title: Lean Mean Thirteen, Author: Janet Evanovich Buy It From our editors: "At 320 pages, Janet Evanovich's novel is not exactly lean, but it is tightly wound. Stephanie Plum fans will rejoice as their heroine picks her way through a motley cast of deadbeats and lowlifes to solve sordid (and assorted) crimes. On hand, too, are Steph's raucous entourage of friends, relatives, and heartthrobs; past, present, and future."

Whether you're a longtime fan, or just getting started with Evanovich's popular heroine -- share your thoughts about her latest caper here!

Amanda



Message Edited by Amanda_R on 06-22-2007 03:25 PM