Paula Hawkins debut novel The Girl on the Train has recently been placed on the best sellers list. It has remained a popular choice for a mysterious read with good reason. Hawkins draws audiences in with a psychological thrill ride into the lives of three intermingling women acknowledging that things are not always as they may seem.
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Would you marry someone for the right price? How about temporarily? In Wife for Hire you will follow a woman who is doing just that. Maggie Toone was offered a job by Hank Malone to be his wife for a while. Here’s Hank’s problem. He’s from a
Ever wonder what it’s like to be at the Plum house at Christmas? Visions of Sugar Plums lets you get a glimpse into just that world. This is part of the ‘Between the Numbers’ series, a group of lighter books that show a slice of Stephanie’s life during various
In this book, Bounty Hunter Stephanie Plum is back on the job. She’s looking for Kenny Mancuso, who has violated his bond, and was charged with shooting a friend. Looking at his file she realizes Kenny was arrested for shooting his best
As a bounty hunter, Stephanie Plum leaves a lot to be desired. The book Twelve Sharp opens talking about her lack of ability to do the job well and the constantly growing piles of deadbeats she was supposed to pick up, but hasn’t been able to
In To The Nines, Stephanie Plum gets out of Trenton, New Jersey and heads to Las Vegas. It’s all part of the job. She is looking for an illegal immigrant who is on the run. Her cousin Vinnie, who runs the bail bonds company she works