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Hot Six

Hot Six
2000 Paperback cover
Author Janet Evanovich
Country United States
Language English
Series Stephanie Plum
Genre Crime novel
Publisher St. Martin's Press
Publication date
June 2000
Media type Print (Hardcover, Paperback)
Preceded by High Five
Followed by Seven Up

Hot Six is the sixth novel by Janet Evanovich featuring the bounty hunter Stephanie Plum and was written in 2001.

Plot summary

The book begins at the point at which High Five ended, revealing who Stephanie picked: Ranger or Joe Morelli. The story then jumps ahead five months, with Stephanie's friend Carol attempting to avoid jail-time by jumping off a bridge. Stephanie talks her down, and persuades the man who reported her not to press charges. In return, Stephanie must watch the man's dog, Bob, which she does.

He never comes to take the dog back.

Meanwhile, Stephanie must chase down Ranger, while being followed by two hit men (and getting four cars destroyed in the process). Stephanie's eccentric Grandma Mazur has moved in, as well, and to top it all off, Plum has to deal with a stoner named Mooner.

In the end, it all works out. Stephanie even gains a proposal out of the deal.

Car deaths

This is a list of cars destroyed or abandoned by Stephanie Plum during the course of the novel.

1. Honda civic, burned up by reefer from Mooner
2. Rollswagon, not dead, just abandoned for being junk
3. Lincoln Town Car, hit by Moris Munson driving like crazy
4. Carpet Car, set on fire by flaming dog poop bag

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