Monday, August 16, 2010

Book #55 - Fuzzy Navel

26660246[1] When I started Fuzzy Navel, I had the sense of another Stephanie Plum (Janet Evanovich) novel, in which the heroine is moving on with her life. Jack’s trying to get married, and is startled by a phone call at the beginning that Alex Kork has killed herself in prison. Having read other Konrath’s, however, I knew this wasn’t the case.

And it isn’t, as you might expect. This book has a great sense of drama, action, and humor mixed together as Jack must deal with Kork as well as the Keystone Cops-style snipers of her current case.

I don’t want to ruin the action, but it’s a fast paced, hilarious book that jumps from character to character so much that the narrator’s name of that chapter is listed at the beginning of each one.

Read the others first, especially Rusty Nail so you know what’s going on, but don’t go to Cherry Bomb before this one.

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