Novella November – Janet Evanovich & Lee Goldberg

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Meet Fox and O’Hare, the latest madcap couple from the comic queen of mayhem, alongside one of America’s favourite TV show producers.

Beginning with their first ever ‘clash’ in The Shell Game, these two short stories are a great introduction to this quirky pair.

If you’re a fan of Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum, or you loving watching TV shows like Diagnosis Murder or Monk, then you will adore these shorts, and don’t worry when you get to the end, because there are four more full length books for you to dive into.

When rookie FBI agent Kate O’Hare meets career conman Nick Fox there’s bound to be a sting in the tale.

Fresh out of Quantico and looking forward to her first FBI assignment, Kate O’Hare is teamed up with high-end security expert, Nick Fox, to help protect a shipment of valuable Peruvian relics. Problem is, nothing is what it seems. Nick Fox is actually a con artist and he’s about to play the shell game with special agent O’Hare in a high-speed chase with armoured cars, a few smoke bombs and a little light flirting. It doesn’t take long for Nick to discover Kate O’Hare is smart, tenacious, and when she’s conned, she holds a grudge.

Life for Fox & O’Hare will never be the same again.

 


FBI special agent Kate O’Hare has made it her mission to nail international con artist Nicolas Fox. When she discovers his plot to plunder a venture capitalist’s twentieth-story Chicago penthouse of all its cash and treasures while the self-proclaimed ‘King of Hostile Takeovers’ is getting married, Kate is 85 per cent – okay maybe 92 per cent – sure that she’s finally going to bag Nick Fox.

Problem is, first Kate has to convince her boss, building security, and maybe even herself, that wedding planner Merrill Stubing is actually Nicolas Fox. Second, she has to figure out how to corner and capture him without disrupting the event of the year. And third, what’s going to happen once O’Hare finally gets her hands on Fox? It’s going take a pro to catch a con before the fireworks over Lake Michigan go off.

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Novella November

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With many of  the writers I know currently heading out on their 2017 NaNoWriMo adventures this month, I thought I would take some time out to spotlight novellas and short stories.  Reading that can be ‘fit in’ by those who feel they are too busy to read, and to maybe bring new characters or authors to existing book worms. Whether as short sharp introductions to a new series, or as a teaser between books in longer series, to build anticipation while you eagerly await the next in the series.

So keep your eyes peeled people, you never know just what might grab your attention.