Tricky Twenty-Two PDF ePub eBook

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  • Format Name: Tricky Twenty-Two
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  • Publisher: Random House Large Print Publishing
  • Data Published: 17 November 2015
  • ISBN: 0385363230
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  • File Size: 52MB
  • Language: English
  • Number of Pages: 352 pages
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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. "From the Hardcover edition.""

About Janet Evanovich

Janet Evanovich is the #1 "New York Times" bestselling author of the Stephanie Plum series, the Fox and O Hare series, the Lizzy and Diesel series, the Alexandra Barnaby novels and Troublemaker graphic novel, and "How I Write: Secrets of a Bestselling Author." "From the Hardcover edition.""

5 Comments

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    Strevel
    21 July 2016

    And as for the 6-cents-per-day textbook remark at the end of Mr. Wilson's article: please come check out our 6-cents-per-day U.S. History and American Government textbooks that are a static reminder of how we struggle with keeping printed information up to date Р even long after it's outdated, which is after a year or two into the textbook adoption cycle, when school districts know the books will have to last at least another three, four, five, (keep counting) years.

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    Rina
    17 July 2016

    Hi Jeremy. I enjoy reading your comparisons, but I'm at a loss:

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      Vince
      26 January 2016

      When we returned home (a scant few days after our stay) I immediately wrote Booking.com and explained the situation. Since this was entirely their fault, at the very least I expected some sort of "$50 off towards your next stay" if not a significant refundРafter all, we'd booked, through their site, for three (or four) people, and got a room for two!

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      Dawnskin
      7 May 2016

      Thank you! Really enjoying it and sharing with my creative friends. It's a good read for anyone, writer or not!

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    Min
    20 January 2016

    start here, where everything is free:

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