It's been a while now since I finished Finger-Lickin Fifteen by Janet Evanovich and I thought I'd post some impressions.
I'll start out with the blurb:
New Jersey bail-bonds office worker Lula is a witness to celebrity chef, Stanley Chipotle, losing his head, literally. Now Lula and Stephanie Plum, a bond enforcement officer, are on the hunt to identify the killers before Lula is next on the chopping block. Meantime, security expert Carlos Manoso, aka Ranger, has recruited Stephanie for a top secret mission. Someone on the inside at Rangeman is leaking client information, determined to bring the company down. Can Stephanie hunt down a killer, a traitor, and keep her Grandma out of the sauce?
Most of these books are extremely funny and distracting. This one was no exception. It may not be one of the best in the Stephanie Plum series, but it was at least good enough to keep my thoughts occupied while I read it.
I've had a bit of bad luck with these books lately. Twice I've made a mistake and bought the same book over again. Twice also, I've found that a book I've bought wasn't quite as funny as most of the others. Still, no harm done, at least in the latter case. Like I said, they're at least funny enough.
As far as the plot is concerned, they're all quite similar, and they're more humor than mystery, but that's ok. I really enjoy reading this series and I'm glad I'll be able to keep reading it for a while more.
If this sounds appealing, then I can really recommend this series.