Publication Date: January 6, 2009
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Evanovich fans rejoice! Stephanie Plum is back in town, along with her sidekick Lula, her Grandma Mazur, and an ever-widening cast of freaks, criminals, deranged felons, and lunatics looking for love. And just when Stephanie thinks her life can’t get any more complicated, in walks the mysterious Diesel. A man who seems to show up at the most inconvenient moments. This time, he’s the instigator for Stephanie’s new adventure, which involves camping in the Pine Barrens with Lula, and perhaps even a sighting of the Jersey Devil…so hang on for a Stephanie Plum novel that is sure to send chills up your spine—it gives new meaning to the words hilarious, and “spooky.”
Janet Evanovich is the #1 Bestselling author of the Stephanie Plum novels, twelve romance novels, the Alexandra Barnaby novels and How I Write: Secrets of a Bestselling Author. She lives in New Hampshire and Florida.
"Lorelei King does her usual superlative job for the Evanovich oeuvre, adding juice and dimension to each wacky character…. King enhances the humor of this series, so much so that Evanovich fans should consider putting down that book and plugging in the CD player instead."--Publishers Weekly, Starred Review"With an author like Evanovich, with many books, you get a feeling for how you think the characters will sound.... [Lorelei King] nailed them all.... I was so entranced by the reader that I kept listening until the end." -- Deadly Pleasures "[Lorelei King's] throaty, self-assured voice, judiciously paced reading style, and matter-of-fact tones create a natural-sounding delivery that adds realism to this story of Stephanie Plum's search for a killer named Grimoire and his new business partner, a boy genius and physicist named Martin Munch."--AudioFile magazine "[King's] characterizations make for laugh-aloud listening."--The Chapel Hill Herald "Evanovich is a sharp, funny, contemporary and clever writer... [with] a great cast of characters... Ms. Evanovich made me a convert."--Winston-Salem Journal