This was another fun romp through the world of Stephanie Plumb; bumbling rookie, bounty hunter wannabe.
This time she's trying to apprehend an ex-soldier who is selling restricted military weapons on the street. Along the way she gets help from a cop friend, an experienced bounty hunter and her grandmother.
Like the first book you find yourself rooting for Stephanie, hoping she'll figure something out that can help her become a better bounty hunter. She is forever getting her apartment broken into and at one point in the story she gets her Jeep stolen. She then has to borrow a 1958 Buick she dubs Big Blue. This car is as much a character in the story as anybody else.
It really is refershing to read about a person who's trying to figure it all out. Especially since the genre is stacked with characters who are "the best" at what they do.
This book was a fun easy read.
I'm looking forward to reading the next one in the series - Three to get Deadly.