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Seven Up

A Stephanie Plum Adventure

by Janet Evanovich

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Seven Up by Janet Evanovich
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    Jun 2001, 320 pages
    Jun 2002, 368 pages

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Janet rocks. I've never laughed so hard at a book.

This was the first book I read by Evanovich and I couldn't stop laughing! I can't believe I never read her others. Great read!

Great book, can't wait until the next one...
m. cusick

Seven Up is definitely of Janet Evanovich's masterly works. It is held together not only by the passion between Stephanie and Morelli but also by the pending night of passion that Stephanie could share with Ranger. It keeps the responders guessing just like all the others. Will she or won't she. Well as only Stephanie Plum can the stroy is turned upside down, inside out and sideways. As usual the bad guys are caught (or killed), justice is served and peace and order is restored to Stephanies life. Sort of.
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