Four to Score & High Five: Two Novels in One

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Two delicious Stephanie Plum novels, now together for the first time!

In FOUR TO SCORE, Janet Evanovich, bestselling author of One for the Money, Two for the Dough, and Three to Get Deadly, scores big with her most thrilling Stephanie Plum adventures yet. Working for her bail bondsman cousin Vinnie, Stephanie is hot on the trail of revenge-seeking waitress Maxine Nowicki, whose crimes include bail jumping, theft, and extortion. Someone is terrifying Maxine\'s friends, and those who have seen her are turning up dead.

Also on the hunt for Maxine is Joyce Barnhardt, Stephanie\'s archenemy and rival bounty hunter. Stephanie\'s attitude never wavers -- even when aided by crazy Grandma Mazur, ex-hooker and wannabe bounty hunter Lula, and transvestite rock musician Sally Sweet -- and even when Stephanie makes an enemy whose deadly tactics escalate from threatening messages to firebombs. All of this pales in comparison, though, with an even greater danger Stephanie faces, when, homeless and broke, she and her hamster Rex move in with a vice cop Joe Morelli.

Rated PG-35 for licentious wit and libidinous cohabitation.

In HIGH FIVE, out of bail skippers and rent money, Stephanie Plum throws caution to the wind and follows in the entrepreneurial bootsteps of Super Bounty Hunter, Ranger, engaging in morally correct and marginally legal enterprises. So, a scumball blows himself to smithereens on her first day of policing a crack house and the sheik she was chauffeuring stole the limo. But hey, nobody\'s perfect!

Anyway, Stephanie has other things on her mind. Her mother wants her to find Uncle Fred who\'s missing after arguing with his garbage company; homicidal rapist Benito Ramirez is back, quoting scripture and stalking Stephanie; vice cop Joe Morelli has a box of condoms with Stephanie\'s name on it; and Stephanie\'s afraid Ranger has his finger on her trigger. The whole gang\'s here for mirth and mayhem in Janet Evanovich\'s High Five.

Read at your own risk in public places.