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Eleven On Top

A fast-paced and witty adventure of chaos and criminals
  • Author
    • Janet Evanovich
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Someone wants to put Stephanie six foot under...

Leaving her career as a bounty hunter behind won't be so easy for Stephanie Plum, as disaster follows wherever she goes. Eleven On Top is the hilarious and fast-paced adventure in the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich, perfect for fans of Sue Grafton and JD Robb.

Praise for the Stephanie Plum series: 'Stephanie Plum in ass-kicking form... utterly delightful' (Cosmopolitan); 'Plum is not just a smart private eye but a heroine with a sense of humour' (Daily Mail); 'Chutzpah and sheer comic inventiveness' (Washington Post).

She's had enough. Stephanie Plum has finally quit bounty hunting and is in the market for a new job. Preferably one which doesn't involve being shot at, blown up or kidnapped.

The trouble is, she can't stop wondering about the missing men who all disappeared, without a trace, on the same day. And her super-hot mentor Ranger is making her an offer she can't refuse. Oh, and she's still got someone determined to kill her. It's starting to seem like it's not the job that's the disaster attractor...

What readers are saying about Eleven On Top:

'Janet Evanovich has created a memorable scene and laugh every page and a half. That's tough to do - but she's done it!'

'The best of crime, romance, mystery and humour'

'Excellent work by Janet Evanovich who gives her readers nothing less than perfection'
  • Published: Sep 25 2014
  • Pages: 384
  • 198 x 128mm
  • ISBN: 9780755330515

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Press Reviews

  • Scotsman
    'Undeniably funny'
  • <i>Townsville Bulletin</i>, Australia
    'Zany, witty and a touch insane'
  • <i>Telegraph</i>
    'Evanovich keeps the hectic story moving by introducing a procession of increasingly outlandish characters'
  • Scotsman
    'Undeniably funny'