BOTD: Top Secret Twenty-One by Janet Evanovich
Top Secret Twenty One is the 21st book in the Stephanie Plum series.
In this book, Stephanie is trying to track down a car dealer FTA who appears to be attempting to take out anyone with knowledge of his criminal enterprises. And thanks to an assassination plot at Rangeman, Stephanie also is trying to track down a Russian assassin.
Whereas Takedown Twenty felt like Evanovich was just phoning it in, this book is more on point. It’s funny, entertaining, and action packed. I loved Grandma Mazur’s hijinks, and the explosions were totally up to par.
This one is formulaic like the others, and Stephanie is still incompetent without trying to improve her skill set, thus relying too much on Rangeman to do her job. But it’s a quick, fun, relaxing read, and I actually laughed with this one, as opposed to #20.