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Four to Score

Four to Score
1998 Paperback cover
Author Janet Evanovich
Country United States
Language English
Series Stephanie Plum
Genre Crime
Publisher St. Martin's Press
Publication date
June 15, 1998
Media type Print (Hardcover, Paperback)
Pages 304 pp
ISBN
OCLC 38468414
813/.54 21
LC Class PS3555.V2126 F6 1998
Preceded by Three to Get Deadly
Followed by High Five

Four to Score is the fourth novel by Janet Evanovich featuring the bounty hunter Stephanie Plum. It was written in 1998.

Plot summary

Stephanie Plum is back and she wants revenge, and this time she's on the trail of Maxine Nowicki, an ex-waitress accused of stealing her ex-boyfriend's car. Helping Stephanie is former-prostitute-turned-backup Lula, puzzle solving transvestite singer Sally Sweet, mentor Ranger, and vice cop Joe Morelli. This one won't be easy though, as Stephanie's competing with her nemesis Joyce Barnhardt.

Oh, and she can't forget the little matter of someone trying to kill her. Again.

Stephanie & Morelli resume their intimate relationship.

Car Death

  1. CRX - Soaked in gasoline, and lit up by discarded cigarette butt from Mrs. Nowicki.
  2. Lula's Firebird - Parked by Stephanie's car and blown up with it

(Apartment also gets firebombed by Sugar and an attempted firebombing of Morelli's House)


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