Tuesday, December 11, 2007

High Five by Janet Evanovich

I read High Five during our trip back from Michigan over Thanksgiving and maybe perhaps that Monday. As you can probably guess from the title, this is the fifth book of the highly popular Stephanie Plum series. I found it just as entertaining and enjoyable as the rest of the series.

In this particular novel, our heroine is requested by her family to search for her old Uncle Fred who has disappeared. He was a cheapskate that had problems with the garbage company right before his mysterious disappearance. The closer Stephanie gets to solving the case, the more danger she is in and the more she realizes that Uncle Fred knew more than he should have. Stephanie is having problems making enough money so she accepts a job with her mentor Ranger that includes "housekeeping," "driving a limo," etc. None of the tasks turn out to be as easy as expected. Stephanie feels a growing attraction to Ranger, but also can not forget Joe Morelli. Who will she end up with, you have to read book 6 to find out!

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