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Deception Pass

Emerson, Earl
Thomas Black, P.I., investigates a rich client being blackmailed. Whoops,

QUOTE:

...Kathy opted for conversation. "That's the first time you've ever moaned more than me. " You're the one who does that? I always thought that was some woman hiding in the closet."

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6/1999

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4/2001

Into The Inferno

Emerson, Earl
Small town fire chief Jim Swope has a problem, his troops are coming up brain-dead and he might have the same problem. A little confusing and far-fetched, great chapter headings.

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7/2003

Morons And Madmen

Emerson, Earl
Fire Chief Mac Fontana insvestigates a fire in Seattle that killed three firemen.

QUOTE:

"Mo. Watch real careful. If I start getting smaller, it means I'm walking away."

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1/1999

Primal Threat

Emerson, Earl
A group of mountain bikers (three are firemen) encounter jealousy, death, murder, fire, and lactic-acid overload. Not in that order. Very exciting story.

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6/2008

The Dead Horse Paint Company

Emerson, Earl
Good story. Fire Chief Mac Fontana solves a couple murders, although I figured out who the mystery dead person was before he did!

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12/1998

The Million-Dollar Tattoo

Emerson, Earl
P.I. Thomas Black solves a wierd murder involving aliens!! Good story, and he is a bike rider. Good bike stuff.

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12/1998

Yellow Dog Party

Emerson, Earl
P.I. Thomas Black has to locate the "dream women" of four businessmen.

QUOTE:

"Three against two," Kathy said. "You forgot the clown."

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She stared at me quizzically. "Well?" "Huh?" I asked. "Aren't you going to say something nice?" I thought carefully, but the best I could manage was, "They're real big."

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1/1999

Funny Sauce

Ephron, Delia
Humerous stories about the extended families created by divorce and remarriages.

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3/2001

American Rhapsody

Eszterhas, Joe
Bill and Monica and Hillery and all the rest. Rock and Roll! Not for the fainthearted!

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8/2000

Eleven On Top

Evanovich, Janet
Stephanie quits the bounty hunter job, sort of, eventually gets a job with Ranger. Someone is blowing up her cars again...

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Dont get me wrong. I like sex...A lot. But its never going to replace cake.

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12/2005

Four To Score

Evanovich, Janet
Stephanie Plum searches for Maxine Nowicki on a FTA but as usual everything go awry. .

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6/2001

Hard Eight

Evanovich, Janet
Stephanie gets chased by a rabbit.

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2/2003

High Five

Evanovich, Janet
Stephanie Plum looks for her missing uncle Fred and finds out why the garbage isn't being picked up.

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Grandma stared at my chest. "You look different. Are you wearing one of them sports brassieres?" She look more closely. "Hot dog, I know what it is. You're wearing a bulletproof vest. Ellen, look at the," she said to my mother. "Stephanie's wearing a bulletproof vest. Isn't that something?" My mother's face had turned white. "Why me?" she said.

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6/2001

Hot Six

Evanovich, Janet
Bounty hunter Stephanie Plum in her sixth outing helps her buddy Ranger nail a gun runner.

SMOKE QUOTE:

Sometimes I envy people who smoke. They always look so happy when they suck that first lungful of tar. I can't think of many things that make me that happy. Maybe birthday cake. [pg. 137].

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6/2001

One For the Money

Evanovich, Janet
Stephanie Plum becomes a bounty hunter, meets Lulu, a psychotic boxer.

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6/2001

Seven Up

Evanovich, Janet
Stephanie looks for Eddie DeChooch, a senior citizen semi-retired mobster. This story has a lotta heart!

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11/2001

Ten Big Ones

Evanovich, Janet
Steph gets to be the target of a hitman. Another car catches fire. She learns more about why Ranger smells so good.

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7/2004

Three To Get Deadly

Evanovich, Janet
Stephanie Plum chases after the neighborhood candy store operator, I think it was.

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11/2001

Twelve sharp

Evanovich, Janet
There are TWO Rangers for Stephanie to deal with! Not to mention Morelli, Grandma, Lula, and all the rest.

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11/2006

Two For The Show

Evanovich, Janet
Stephanie Plum searches for yet another psycho bail jumper. Lulu joins the agency. The mortuary catches fire.

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7/2001
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