Visions of Sugar Plums
It's five days before Christmas and things are not looking merry for Fugitive Apprehension Agent Stephanie Plum. She hasn't got a tree. She hasn't bought any presents. The malls are jam-packed with staggering shoppers. There's not a twinkle light anywhere to be seen in her apartment. And there's... show more
It's five days before Christmas and things are not looking merry for Fugitive Apprehension Agent Stephanie Plum. She hasn't got a tree. She hasn't bought any presents. The malls are jam-packed with staggering shoppers. There's not a twinkle light anywhere to be seen in her apartment. And there's a strange man in her kitchen.
Sure, this has happened to Stephanie Plum before. Strangers, weirdos, felons, creeps, and lunatics are always finding their way to her front door. But this guy is different. This guy is mysterious, sexy-and he has his own agenda. His name is Diesel and he is a man on a mission. And Diesel is unlike anyone Stephanie has ever met before in her life. The question is, what does he want with her? Can he help her find a little old toy maker who has skipped out on his bail right before Christmas? Can he survive the Plum family holiday dinner? Can he get Stephanie a tree that doesn't look like it was grown next to a nuclear power plant?
These questions and more are keeping Stephanie awake at night. Not to mention the fact that she needs to find a bunch of nasty elves, her sister Valerie has a Christmas "surprise" for the Plums, her niece Mary Alice doesn't believe in Santa anymore, and Grandma Mazur has a new stud muffin. So bring out the plastic reindeer, strap on your jingle bells, and get ready to celebrate the holidays-Jersey style. Visions of Sugar Plums-the world of Plum has never been merrier!
Publish date: 2002-11-05
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pages no: 160
Edition language: English
Series: Stephanie Plum Between the Numbers (#1)
One of the older Plum novels and the first of the off-side ones I've read. Quick little feel-good read, and interesting to see Diesel here after reading the Lizzy and Diesel series.
Autor: Janet EvanovichTitel: Der WinterwundermannReihe: Stephanie Plum (9)Übersetzer: Thomas StegersGenre: humorvoll-schräge WeihnachtskomödieVerlag: Manhatten, [02.11.2009]TB, 176 Seiten, 12,95 €ISBN: 3442546702Kindle-Edition: 177 Seiten, 9,99 €ASIN: B004P1JCWWgelesen [via Skoobe auf dem iPad mini]...
I enjoyed many of the Stephanie Plum series when I was a teenager and young adult. However, now that I'm older and have read a few of the more recent additions, I'd have to say I'm a little disappointed. There hasn't been much character development or movement forward. It's the same general routi...
Cute, quick read. I haven't read any other Stephanie Plum books, but after reading this short Christmas story, I may pick one up.
This was a definite disappointment. It didn't have the same humor and spark as the other books. I hated the supernatural vibe in this one. When I read Stephanie Plum books I look forward to the humor in them so I was thrown when supernatural stuff started happening. They only thing I really enjoyed ...