Unfortunately, Loretta has no collateral and no relatives willing to sign for her, so she has to remain in jail. Stephanie is now responsible for Mario, a. Loretta is eventually bailed out, but within hours of her release, she is kidnapped. After repeated break-ins and the discovery of a dead body in the basement, Stephanie and Morelli realize that either the robbery money or some clue to its location is buried in the basement, which is a problem because Morelli had a concrete floor poured after inheriting the house, which would have gone to Dom, had he not been convicted of robbery.
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What I am going to do is say goodbye to one of my all time favorite series. The last couple of books have been horrible, silly and ridiculous; this one was no exception. The characters I once loved and look forward all year to hearing from are barely visible. The little quirks that used to make them unique and funny are now taking over their entire persona making them slightly moronic.
The dialogue that used to be naturally witty seems forced and contrived. No one in this series is growing or getting anywhere, they are all just going in circles. I want Stephanie to get better at the bounty hunter thing; I want her to grow up.
I barely got through this book. Janet has provided hours of entertainment for me in the past with this series and for that I will always be grateful. I hope that Janet rethinks what she has been doing with this series lately and gives it a much needed overhaul. The last couple of books have seemed rushed and phoned in, a huge departure from the earlier books in the series. My days of rushing to the bookstore on release dates are over. When book 15 comes out I will wait to read reviews, first.
If the reviews make the book look promising, maybe I will read it. I will reread the older and much better books in the series if I need a Plum fix. Cherise Everhard, June
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