REVIEW: High Five


high fiveTitle: High Five
Author: Janet Evanovich
Finished: September 18, 2009
Pages:
Published: 1999

It’s been awhile since I had a chance to read a Stephanie Plum adventure and I’m back to being completely addicted in a matter of minutes.

This time Stephanie is in search of her uncle who went missing while running errands and never returned. No one’s worried until a set of photographs show up of a dead body. Not only is Stephanie dealing with crazy family members, trying to make rent when no one is jumping bail, but a new attraction has thrown her for a loop.

I keep hearing how great the next few books are, which makes me even more obsessed with getting caught up, not to mention this particular adventure ends on a very high cliffhanger and I would really like to know what happens. I wouldn’t be surprised if I get the next one in very very soon.

*challenges: 100+ Challenge, 999×2 Challenge, Summer Reading Challenge, Stephanie Plum Challenge

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