Wicked Business - Janet Evanovich

Wicked Business

By Janet Evanovich

  • Release Date - Published: 2012-06-19
  • Book Genre: Women Sleuths
  • Author: Janet Evanovich
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 672 Ratings)

Wicked Business Janet Evanovich read online review & book description:

Janet Evanovich, #1 New York Times mega-bestselling author, is back and better than ever, proving that when it comes to hunting down bad guys and hidden treasure, the real fun is in the chase.
When Harvard University English professor and dyed-in-the-wool romantic Gilbert Reedy is mysteriously murdered and thrown off his fourth-floor balcony, Lizzy and Diesel take up his twenty-year quest for the Luxuria Stone, an ancient relic believed by some to be infused with the power of lust. Following clues contained in a cryptic nineteenth-century book of sonnets, Lizzy and Diesel tear through Boston catacombs, government buildings, and multimillion-dollar residences, leaving a trail of robbed graves, public disturbances, and spontaneous seduction.
Janet Evanovich does it again and gives us another exciting un-put-down-able read that is striking a chord with readers everywhere!

Get a sneak peek of The Heist, the first book in an exciting brand-new series from Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg—inside!

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Posted Reviews

  • Wicked business

    By Robot 3000000000000
    I didn't like the book there was no story only sight seeing
  • Great book

    By Samzzzaa
    I can't get enough of this amazingly addictive and hilarious series
  • Wicked Business

    By Rclemmons
    This is a silly, shallow, and disappointing Evanovich novel. The plot revolves around some mildly gifted intuitives in search of a magic stone. They conflict with dark forces and an evil doer. It is as though Evanovich read the Hobbit and decided to try a comic book version. Cardboard characters sketched in choppy sentences never engage the reader. Having read ALL of the Plum novels, I was hoping for more of the same, but this was just an author dashing off trash in order to cash in on her name. She will collect no more from me.
  • Wicked business

    By Cricketvc
    I've read every book Janet has written! I have never found another writer that makes me laugh outloud! She never disappoints and this book is no exception!!
  • Good, but...

    By Tyehouse
    I was enjoying the book until I came across missing pages as well as 4 or 5 repeated pages towards the end of chapters.
  • IBooks

    By Mtnmom2.0
    I love the book however about every other chapter the last pages are missing and some chapters have the same page scanned in 2,3 sometimes 4 pages in a row. I have tons of IBooks and this has never happened. It's frustrating when reading because it's like pages have been ripped out.
  • Wicked business

    By Cla0622
    The book was good, however I'm highly disappointed with repeat pages and missing pages in the book, including the last page! This isn't the first iBook that I've had this issue with either! Heading to my nearest bookstore now to read the last page.
  • Good read

    By Mom of more than 1kid
    Similar types of characters and plot in her Plum novels; but if you love those, you'll love this too! Love the bonus content too.
  • Funny

    By NC Teach 1980
    As usual, Evanovich will keep you laughing throughout the plot.
  • Wicked

    By KorNew
    I read so many books by this author and love them all. This one was not one I even could finish. Perhaps it was the subject matter, but it didn't even feel like the same author. Is that possible?

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