The book I'm reading is actually a compendium of the first three novels in the series and I bought it second-hand in Red Cafe. Looking at my bookshelves now I realise I already have A is for Alibi - and have read it - but it was a long time ago and I've forgotten what it was about (one advantage of older age is that I can reread books and watch films again without knowing what's going to happen).
I have a number in the series but they've usually been random finds in charity shops or second-hand book stalls so I've C, K, I, M etc, rather than an orderly A, B, C.
Unlike my Stephanie Plum novels. I have the whole set, which is currently up to Finger Lickin' Fifteen.
I was thinking about being grateful for books generally but decided I'd be more specific and say I am so very thankful for this series of novels, written by Janet Evanovich, about a New Jersey 'bounty hunter' or fugitive apprehension agent.
They consistently make me laugh out loud and are also responsible for my longing to be called cupcake (preferably by an American Italian cop named Joe).