Janet Evanovich Writing Styles in Three to Get Deadly

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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is first person. The narrator is Stephanie Plum, the heroine. Stephanie is a bounty hunter who is prone to bad luck and is at times inept at the job. Stephanie has a great number of friends who help her with her work, but in the end it is always Stephanie's keen intuition that helps her find her man. Due to Stephanie's intuition, she at times can be an unreliable narrator as she attempts to keep certain details to herself in order to build suspense. This habit of keeping information from the reader allows the reader to see the complicated layers of Stephanie's personality, making her seem accident prone and brilliant all at once.

The point of view of this novel works because it keeps the novel focused on the main character, Stephanie Plum. The reader is privy to all...

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