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Hot Six

Janet Evanovich

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

Publisher : Macmillan

Published : 2000

Copyright : Evanovich, Inc. 2000

ISBN-10 : PB 0-330-37124-X
ISBN-13 : PB 978-0-330-37124-7

Publisher's Write-Up

Big-haired bounty hunter Stephanie Plum is back and, boy, has she got man-trouble...

First there's fellow bounty hunter Ranger currently on the run from a murder rap and requesting Stephanie's help. Trouble is she can't decide if she should turn him in or keep him for herself.

Then there's sexy vice cop Joe Morelli - the man her heart says she's in love with (even though her head says otherwise). He's after Ranger too - but for less romantic reasons...

And now there's another male in her life. He's big, he's orange, and he howls when he's left alone.

Sexual temptation, homicidal maniacs, car crashes and doughnut addiction are all part of Stephanie Plum's daily routine. But all that pales into insignificance when Grandma Mazur moves in...

'Hooray for Janet Evanovich who continues to enliven the literary crime scene...I can't wait for the next instalment.'

Susanna Yager, Sunday Telegraph

'The bounty hunetr from hell is back... an entertaining thriller.'

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Review by Chrissi (280201) Rating (9/10)

Review by Chrissi
Rating 9/10
Well, finally… my Christmas present has arrived… and was read within a day and a little bit.

It was strange, Nigel's Mum was reading Three To Get Deadly, and I was reading this, and we were both giggling like lunatics.

Hot Six ties up the loose ends from High Five and we find out who did the deed as well as seeing Stephanie suckered into having a dog.

Meanwhile Ranger is on the run from a murder charge and since his bail was paid by Vincent Plum, Stephanie's boss, he is not happy that Ranger has done one. Morelli is also looking for Ranger and is not happy that he thinks that Stephanie may have seen him, or be working for him. The queue is completed by a pair of mob enforcers also looking for Ranger (popular guy, or what?). And to cap it all Grandma Mazur moves in with Stephanie after an argument with her father. She still snores and poor Stephanie has to sleep on the sofa, which is not comfortable.

There are some really funny bits in this book, I was so pleased that Evanovich has not lost her touch. I had problems reading as I was laughing so hard, and having had experiences of ill dogs, it was all the more funny, if somewaht gross, but I laughed, chuckled and giggled.

Brilliant. I have to say that while I am very pleased by Stephanie's news at the end of the book, I hope that it is not the end of her crime-fighting career. Then the path of true love does not seem to run very smooth for her, so it may not all be bad!
Chrissi (28th February 2001)

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