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Four To Score

Janet Evanovich

Average Review Rating Average Rating 9/10 (1 Review)
Book Details

Publisher : Macmillan

Published : 1998

Copyright : Evanovich, Inc. 1998

ISBN-10 : PB 0-330-37122-3
ISBN-13 : PB 978-0-330-37122-3

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The problem with being a bounty hunter is it's all on-the-job training. And Stephannie Plum is still learning the ways to get yourself killed. Take the case of Maxine Norwicki...

When Maxine failed to turn up for her day in court, Stephanie was given the task of bringing her in. Simple. Except Maxine's boyfriend has now begun receiving mysterious, coded notes from the runaway that hint of buried treasure.

In fact the notes are so indecipherable that Stephanie has to call on the help of Sally Sweet, giant drag queen and code breaker extraordinaire. And Steph's knight errant, cop Joe Morelli, is also proving useful - although he can't decide what he wants most: Maxine's bounty or Stephanies body.

Meanwhile a friend loses a finger, a mother is scalped, an apartment is firebombed and a store clerk murdered. And out in the street, the crazy treasure hunt goes on...

'One of the rising stars of American crime fiction.'

Daily Telegraph

'Stephanie Plum is in ass-kicking form...utterly delightful.'


'All the easy class and wit that you expect to find in the best American TV comedy, but too rarely find in modern fiction.'


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Review by Chrissi (270500) Rating (9/10)

Review by Chrissi
Rating 9/10
Stephanie is not a happy girl. Her arch-enemy has been given the same job as her and the only mitigating circumstance is that when she and Lula meet, she seems to have these weird fainting spells... Serves her right I say.

We meet a drag queen with a thing for Madonna style JPG conical boobs and awful language. Stephanie unfortunately has a bit of a bad time, getting her apartment blown up... has to move in with Morelli... things get quite complicated. Poor girl.
Chrissi (27th May 2000)

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