Two for the Dough : Stephanie Plum

  • by Janet Evanovich
  • Narrated by Lori Petty
  • Series: Stephanie Plum
  • 2 hrs and 45 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Stephanie Plum once again takes to the mean streets of Trenton, NJ, armed with attitude (not to mention stun guns, defense sprays, killer flashlights, and her untrustworthy .38) to find Kenny Mancuso, who recently left the army, inadvertently shot his best friend, and is on the run in violation of a bond. Aided by her tough bounty hunter couch and her irrepressible Grandma Mazur, Stephanie once again forms a rocky alliance with fast talking, slow-handed vice cop Joe Morelli for the tumultuous chase through back alleys and Grandma's favorite funeral parlors. Witty, fresh, and full of suprises, Two for the Dough is the Stephanie Plum sequel fans have been waiting for.


What the Critics Say

"A Jersey girl with Bette Midler's mouth and Cher's fashion sense...Who could resist this doll?" ( New York Times Book Review)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Unabridged PLEASE!!!!!!!

As an abridged version this is very good - Lori Petty's voice and accent are completely Stephanie although she is a little limited in her range of voices. Her interpretation of Ranger's voice is also very good - different to that which I imagined but I think that my imagination got it wrong!!!

But I shall repeat my whinge of One for the Money - we need unabridged versions of these great books - I think that the books are less funny and less menacing in their abridged forms. Nonetheless I would recommend that everybody should get to know Stephanie Plum in whatever media is available to them!
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- difelma

Great story. Wrong reader.

What would have made Two for the Dough better?

It's a great story but Lori Patty reads it too fast in a fairy monotoned style. Accent sounds slightly Spanish which is wrong for the character, Stephanie Plum who is suppose to have a jersey accent.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Two for the Dough?

Story is good. The reader is disappointing.

Would you be willing to try another one of Lori Petty’s performances?


What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Disappointment because I like Stephanie Plum novels.

Any additional comments?

Listen to C.J. Critt. She reads them brilliantly!

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- KJKirk

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-05-2000
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio