One for the Money (Stephanie Plum Novels #1) (Paperback)
St. Martin's Paperbacks, 9780312990459, 352pp.
Publication Date: April 14, 2003
Other Editions of This Title:
Mass Market (7/31/2018)
Mass Market Paperback (11/22/2011)
Compact Disc (12/27/2011)
Mass Market Paperbound (6/3/2014)
Hardcover, Large Print (9/21/2011)
Hardcover, Large Print, Large Print (10/1/2004)
The dynamite blockbuster from Janet Evanovich that started it all—now a major motion picture starring Katherine Heigl as Stephanie Plum!
ONE FINE MESS
Welcome to Trenton, New Jersey, home to wiseguys, average Joes, and Stephanie Plum, who sports a big attitude and even bigger money problems (since losing her job as a lingerie buyer for a department store). Stephanie needs cash—fast—but times are tough, and soon she's forced to turn to the last resort of the truly desperate: family...
ONE FALSE MOVE
Stephanie lands a gig at her sleazy cousin Vinnie's bail bonding company. She's got no experience. But that doesn't matter. Neither does the fact that the bail jumper in question is local vice cop Joe Morelli. From the time he first looked up her dress to the time he first got into her pants, to the time Steph hit him with her father's Buick, M-o-r-e-l-l-i has spelled t-r-o-u-b-l-e. And now the hot guy is in hot water—wanted for murder...
ONE FOR THE MONEY
Abject poverty is a great motivator for learning new skills, but being trained in the school of hard knocks by people like psycho prizefighter Benito Ramirez isn't. Still, if Stephanie can nab Morelli in a week, she'll make a cool ten grand. All she has to do is become an expert bounty hunter overnight—and keep herself from getting killed before she gets her man...
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Praise For One for the Money (Stephanie Plum Novels #1)…
“Comes roaring in like a blast of very fresh air...Goes down like a tall, cool, drink.” —The Washington Post
“Snappily written, fast paced and witty.” —USA Today
“Evanovich is funny and ceaselessy inventive.” —Los Angeles Times Book Review
“Evanovich's writing is smooth, clever and laugh-aloud. Her plot is ingenious and fresh, her dialogue breezy, bright, witty, and gutsy.” —Booklist (starred review)