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by Samantha Jeffree (subscribe)
I'm a mum, writer, art lover and book lover. I have lived in the southern suburbs of Adelaide all my life and love where I live! Follow me on Instagram @sammyjeffree
Published January 1st 2020
Grandma Mazur is at it again
She's tough, she's from New Jersey and she's regularly doubting her life choices. Stephanie Plum is a bail bonds agent working for her cousin Vinnie chasing down streakers, murderers and everything in between.

Twisted Twenty-Six, Janet Evanovich, Latest Janet Evanovich book


When her plucky Grandma Mazur marries a local mobster, Jimmy Risoli, Stephanie Plum isn't so sure it's a good idea. When he dies 45 minutes into the marriage, a time of mourning for Grandma Mazur turns into a time of turmoil.

Rumour has it Grandma has inherited a set of keys said to lead to Jimmy's and his former business partners' fortunes. Grandma knows nothing about them and is too busy planning how to spend the money she's going to inherit to avoid being kidnapped or worse.

With the help of her hot cop boyfriend Joe Morelli and equally hot and mysterious security specialist Ranger, Stephanie must save not just her grandma, but her whole family and their sanity.

Twisted Twenty-Six consists of hilarious scenes, solid characters and just enough danger and mob talk.

Keeping to form, Janet Evanovich has written another easy to read book that I don't doubt you will finish too fast and wish the book was twice as long.

Twisted Twenty-Six is the twenty-sixth book in the Stephanie Plum series, with the first one titled One For The Money first published in 1994.
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