Thirty-three and A Half Shenanigans

Thirty-three and A Half Shenanigans

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Rose is called into action when Neely Kate's cousin goes missing and the police refuse to take it seriously. But while the authorities--Rose's ex-boyfriend, included-- are certain the missing woman has run away, mounting evidence points to foul play. Rose agrees to help her friend, even if it means partaking in Neely Kate's shenanigans, including an impromptu trip to a strip club.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : [CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform], [2014]
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9781500714383
1500714380
Branch Call Number: FIC SWANK
Characteristics: 378 pages ; 21 cm.
Alternative Title: 33 and 1/2 shenanigans

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B00ks2go
Feb 25, 2017

I have no idea how I got hooked on this series. Rose is in her late 20s but has all the sexual maturity of a 25 year old. Still her friends are interesting, he sister is a total bitch, and she just keeps falling into incredibly evil men who want her body or maybe just her talent. I am eagerly awaiting the next installment.

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tmlh89
Dec 12, 2016

As with the previous books in this series, this one proved to be a quick read for me. I had taken an extended break from the series because I found that while I really wanted to like these books, I just wasn't completely sold. In the first installment, Rose is introduced as a sheltered, extremely naive young woman, one I can only assume is expected to grow and mature as the series progresses. After now finishing the sixth book, it's becoming apparent that Rose will never truly grow up -- at least, not anytime soon. The plot of this particular mystery as a whole was rather perplexing and in no way plausible, given that readers are expected to believe that a very small podunk town in Arkansas is enduring multiple murders amidst an intricate subculture of organized crime (over the span of just a few months, no less). Possible? Yes. Believable? Not exactly. I understand that this series is a work of fiction, but even so, everything in Rose's life falls into place just a bit too conveniently for my taste, and it's not only aggravating, but painstakingly predictable. It's very comparable to the beloved Murder, She Wrote TV series: the main character is endearing enough, but the sequence of events that inevitably play out are never truly believable because everything always comes together so easily. Rose's town of Henryetta even mirrors Murder, She Wrote's Cabot Cove in that, despite it's relatively minuscule size and quaint impressions, murders and other serious crimes occur left and right.

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MelissaYAReader
Sep 29, 2016

​While Rose tries to help her best friend Neely Kate find her missing cousin, it looks like someone has set their sights on killing Rose's assistant DA boyfriend Mason. As she investigates further she finds that the two cases may be connected. I have been binge reading this series (including the between the numbers books). I am really enjoying how things are changing. The end of this book leaves the reader ready to move on to the next book and wondering just how deep of trouble Rose has gotten herself into. This is a great mystery series. They are light, fun, and laugh out loud funny at times. Highly recommended series.​

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