The Heist by Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg

The Heist (Fox and O'Hare #1)

FBI Special Agent Kate O’Hare is a determined and intelligent agent who always gets her man. Con artist extraordinaire Nick Fox’s intelligence and suaveness always gets him what he wants. They could be the perfect team for catching cons like embezzler Derek Griffin. They could be if the job and annoyance with each other don’t get them killed…

This is a fun crime thriller with some romance. Kate and Nick’s relationship has the diverting elements of mutual attraction, respect and annoyance. Other supporting characters such as daredevil driver Wilma, neurotic actor Boyd and Kate’s ex-military dad are also fun. The Heist is also an escape into a world of luxurious travel, cloths and food. Among the highlights is a jaw dropping expensive shopping trip in Palm Desert’s El Paseo. The plot is a fast paced tale taking place in Southern California and Indonesia with quick stops in other locales. Readers looking for a fun crime thriller and/or a tale with some romance could enjoy The Heist.

Want other books like The Heist?

A food writer and a hitman are attracted and annoyed with each other as they search for a missibng fortune and deal with the mob in Jennifer Cruise and Bob Mayer’s Agnes and the Hitman.

A criminal crew deals with international intrigue and a emerald that just won’t allow itself to be stolen in Donald Westlake’s The Hot Rock.

Another crime caper with a diverse group and action taking place in rich places is Jeffrey Archer’s Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less.

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