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Stephanie's got a one-way ticket to trouble...
Bounty hunter Stephanie Plum's life is set to blow sky high when international murder hits dangerously close to home in Explosive Eighteen. No. 1 bestselling author Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series is not to be missed by fans of Lee Child and JD Robb.
Raves for Evanovich's bestselling series: 'Stephanie Plum in ass-kicking form... utterly delightful' (Cosmopolitan); 'Evanovich's series of New Jersey comedy thrillers are among the great joys of contemporary fiction' (GQ Magazine); 'Hot and sassy' (The Boston Herald).
After a holiday from hell, Stephanie's heading back to New Jersey and life as a bounty hunter feeling worse than before. And that's before she finds out the man in the seat next to her was brutally murdered on their layover, and she may hold the key to his death.
With both the fake FBI and the real FBI on her tail, not to mention sometimes-boyfriend Morelli and more-than-a-mentor Ranger, Stephanie's beginning to wonder if she might need a holiday from it all...
What readers are saying about Explosive Eighteen:
'Explosive it is! Another marvellous outing in the series of Stephanie's mildly madcap adventures'
'The plot is as ingenious and hilarious as ever, and the combination of humour and action is potent stuff, irresistible!'
'Fun, likeable characters and a crazy plot! Perfect Plum'
Life is never dull for Stephanie Plum, but now she's got an assassin and the FBI on her tail in Evanovich's less than stellar 18th entry in her main sequence featuring the New Jersey bounty hunter (after Smokin' Seventeen). Back in Trenton after a disastrous trip to Hawaii that involved both Ranger and Joe Morelli (don't ask, she won't talk), Stephanie tries to go about life in the bond business, accompanied as always by her sidekick, Lula. But Hawaii won't stay buried, especially when news that her seatmate turned up murdered and his killers are convinced that Stephanie now has a photograph he was carrying. With Stephanie's luck, the photograph did end up in her luggage, but she threw it away, thinking it was junk. But try telling that to the FBI and the shady men masquerading agents or the hit man who goes by Razzle Dazzle and wants to kill her and take the photograph, not necessarily in that order. There are still bond jumpers to catch like Buggy, who repeatedly steals Stephanie's car and the perpetual Morelli versus Ranger question to answer. In the end, there's little to distinguish this installment from its recent predecessors.