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Lizzy and Diesel Series
Janet Evanovich is one of the most popular—and prolific—authors in the fiction world today. Her hugely popular Stephanie Plum series is about to mark an impressive milestone. Once again, heroine Stephanie Plum finds herself in an unusual situation guaranteed to provide plenty of laughs. Evanovich recently gave Parade. Can you give us a taste of what to expect from Look Alive Twenty-Five? Stephanie and Lula have taken over management of a deli in New Jersey. And I was the worst waitress ever.
Lizzy and Diesel is a series of urban fantasy novels written by Janet Evanovich. The books have been compared to the Stephanie Plum books. Most reviewers were content to classify them as paranormal romance but Janet Evanovich, the author, disregarded that description. But while there are elements of drama and action, neither of those genres can accurately capture the Diesel series. It is generally agreed that the books are simple, lighthearted and fluffy. They are not meant to be taken seriously.
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Martin's Press. Diesel, the man with mysterious powers, leaves the world of Plum and travels to Massachusets where he awakens a woman to her own mysterious powers. Listen to this audiobook excerpt for Janet Evanovich's mystery novel Wicked Appetite. Life in Marblehead has had a pleasant predictability, until Diesel arrives. Rumor has it that a collection of priceless ancient relics representing the Seven Deadly Sins have made their way to Boston's North Shore. Partnered with pastry chef Lizzie Tucker, Diesel bullies and charms his way through historic Salem to track them down—and his criminal mastermind cousin Gerewulf Grimorie. Janet studied painting at Douglass College, but that art form never quite fit, and she soon moved on to writing stories.