Janet Evanovich Message Board

mytmyers posts on 3/2/2007 1:51:22 PM TLC - You can try Amamzon, ebay, half, paperbackswap. I've seen naked and glory in death - the first two books - listed at all these sites. I read the excerpt of Lean Mean and it's looks like it's going to be a fun book. I wonder what the story is behind why she needs to plant bugs. Sounds like Steph might be the one in trouble this time, with Dickie disappearing. It would be fun to see her and Joe working together like in One For The Money. Can't wait for the second excerpt. I'll have to go back and read Twelve Sharp again, but didn't JE leave us sort of hanging in the end... I also wonder about the car. Didn't she have a different car in Plum Lovin. Steph made a comment about her last visit to see Dickie and she was glad that no one was there to recognize her. Didn't his last secretary get murdered? Of course there would be someone new, Any comments? It's been awhile since I've done a re-read.
TLC posts on 3/2/2007 1:09:51 PM Thanks about the In Death info. I do have a list of them so I will read them in order once I see the first one around somewhere. I read the exerpt. I also agree that it will be good with some of the OLD characters back. I am wondering why Ranger is watching and listening in on Dickie. This should be good. I also read the "hint" that Joyce hooks up with Dickie again. I am hoping that she is hiding under his desk and will pop out in the 2nd part of chapter one. That would be funny. I only read 12 once also, but I am planning on reading it a second time right before 13 comes out.
mytmyers posts on 3/1/2007 10:47:55 AM TLC - Naked In Death is the first book in the In Death Series by JD Robb. You definitely have to start with that one. There is a total of, I think, almost 30 books now in that series. You can get a complete list at Nora's site or the In Death site. I think Survivor and Visions is almost 1/2 way through the series. I haven't read the excerpt yet but I'm on my way over to check it out, can't wait - hope I'm not disappointed.

#1JoeFan posts on 3/1/2007 9:34:28 AM Has anyone read the exerpt yet? Looks like its gonna be good! Anytime Steph gets to pick on Dickie will be fun. Did anyone read the Q&A, Alex gave a clue in one of the questions as to something that will happen in 13, and it was that Dickie hooks back up with Joyce. This is gonna be good, I cant wait now for April 1 to see what happens in chapt 1 part 2. Have to re-read 12 so I can refresh, only read it once.
TLC posts on 3/1/2007 7:12:55 AM I would much rather get a dozen yellow roses then one red rose. It fills up the vase better, plus yellow roses are my favorite. Maybe Joe is just right for me! Hey everyone, because of all of this In Death talk on here I went to my local used book store and bought a copy of Survivor in Death. As soon as I find the first one, Visions in Death, I am going to start reading that series.
Anonymous posts on 2/28/2007 7:59:24 PM I agree about Diesel, he's not one of my favorite characters. I don't agree about Joe, I could never get tired of someone so wonderful. I use to like Ranger, but now I just think he needs to get over himself already. I'm sure the single red rose, unsigned, was from Ranger. I think the dozen yellow roses, with Love From Joe, was much more significant though. And Steph is back to calling Joe her boyfriend in Plum Lovin. I also loved the phone conversation between Steph and Joe about Ranger believing he's Batman.
Anonymous posts on 2/27/2007 10:45:37 PM I am not a huge fan of Diesel, and I am getting a little bored a Joe too. I really want to Steph take the Ranger route, and 12 ended perfect for it! Also, in Plum Lovin' did anyone else get the feeling that the red roses were from Ranger?
Anonymous posts on 2/23/2007 12:38:09 PM I'm looking forward to next week and reading the excerpt of Lean Mean. It's so exciting to finally get a peek at what to expect in the book. I hope it will be worth the wait. Innocent was well worth waiting for. I just finished and can't wait until the next book. Eternity In Death (a novella) coming out July 07, and Creation In Death (novel) coming out November 07. Hopefully there will be another in early 08. I have to say that I'm curious about Creation??? Does this mean that Eve and Roarke will be creating? Won't that be a kick in the pants. I loved how Eve took things into her own HANDS, and handled the situation. It was priceless. And the things Roarke said to Eve to re-assure her and explain how he felt - even more priceless.
Anonymous posts on 2/23/2007 10:19:18 AM mytmyers, I agree I could not put Innocent down! I was surprized at who the murderer was, I saw the clues but still didnt want to believe thats the way it was gonna work out. And as Mavis would say the way Roarke handles the lover was MAG! But Eve's way was even better. Its what I wanted to do everytime she came into the story. I loved Mavis and her baby too, just hold her for a minute you can time it. I keep forgetting that March 1 is just a few days away, hopefully our exerpt will be put up on time. I am going to have to reread 12 to refresh my memory.
mytmyers posts on 2/22/2007 11:11:37 AM #1JoeFan - I sure hope Lean Mean is as good too, the excerpt should be out in a week with it's posting March 1st. I read Innocent. I couldn't put it down. It was great. The murder mystery was A-1. When I started realizing what direction Eve was going in, about who the killer was, I wasn't shocked, but surprised because of a conversation that took place Earlier. Don't want to give away any spoilers for anyone who hasn't read it yet, so I won't say what the conversation was or who had it. I felt so bad for Eve and loved how the - old LOVER - got handled in the end.. Go EVE.
Click Here for Messages:    1 - 10   11 - 20   21 - 30   31 - 40   41 - 50   51 - 60   61 - 70   71 - 80   81 - 90   91 - 100   101 - 110   111 - 120   121 - 130   131 - 140   141 - 150   151 - 160   161 - 170   171 - 180   181 - 190   191 - 200  
Click here to post a message to this forum

Note: the views expressed here are only those of the posters.
2 Ways to Search!

Our Chief Librarian