By Janet Evanovich
In her 5th high-octane mystery, bounty hunter Stephanie Plum units out to discover her lacking uncle-- and alongside the way in which smacks slam-bang into: a useless physique, a foul bookie, her stun-gun-toting grandmother, very horny males, an offended little guy who will not go away her condominium, and a Mafia wedding...Jersey's favourite bounty hunter hasn't ever been larger! With excessive hair, highway smarts and many perspective, Steph's bound to nail this case-- or possibility existence and spandex-clad limb trying...A Publishers Weekly top ebook of the Year.A humans journal seashore publication of the Week.
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Transacting business, babe. ” “That’s sort of what I’d like to discuss with you... business. ” Ranger leaned against his car and crossed his arms over his chest. ” “You talking about building a portfolio? ” “No. ” Ranger tipped his head back and laughed softly. ” I narrowed my eyes. “Okay,” he said. ” Ranger leaned closer and lowered his voice. “Let me explain my work ethic to you. I don’t do things I feel are morally wrong. But sometimes my moral code strays from the norm. Sometimes my moral code is inconsistent with the law.
Not unlike the Arab-Israeli conflict. I tried Morelli’s home phone, office number, and car phone. No luck. I left messages everywhere and left my cell phone number on his pager. " Grandma wanted to know when I hung up. “Not much. Fred left the house at one, and a little over an hour later he was at the bank and the cleaner. ” My mother and my grandmother looked at each other. ” I asked. ” “He was probably taking care of some personal business,” my mother said. ” Another exchange of looks between my mother and grandmother.
You don't like to get arrested. " Ranger shrugged into his jacket and set off, crossing the street with the band of merry men closing ranks behind him. We entered the building and climbed two flights of stairs. Ranger went to 3C and listened at the door. The rest of us flattened against the wall. No one spoke. Ranger and Santos stood, guns in hand. Brown and Tank held flashlights. I braced myself, expecting Ranger to kick the door down, but instead, he took a key from his pocket and inserted it in the lock.
High Five (Stephanie Plum, No. 5) by Janet Evanovich