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Hard Eight (novel)

Hard Eight
2002 Paperback cover
Author Janet Evanovich
Country United States
Language English
Series Stephanie Plum
Genre Crime novel
Publisher St. Martin's Press
Publication date
June 18, 2002
Media type Print (Hardcover, Paperback)
Pages pp
ISBN
OCLC 49406167
813/.54 21
LC Class PS3555.V2126 H37 2002b
Preceded by Seven Up
Followed by To the Nines

Hard Eight is the eighth novel by Janet Evanovich featuring the bounty hunter Stephanie Plum. It was written in 2002.

This book is notable for the introduction of Albert Kloughn, an attorney and soon to be brother-in-law of Stephanie.

Stephanie, on a "break" from her relationship with Joe Morelli, has sex with Ranger.

Hard Eight revolves around a child custody bond, rather than a criminal bond, as a main plot, and marks the (sometimes repeated) departure of the series from Stephanie chasing bad guys to Stephanie being stalked. Books nine through 12 all revolve around Stephanie having a stalker. This is a radical departure from the previous seven books.

Car death

1.Honda CR-V - Fire bombed by a rabbit

2.Honda CR-V - Doused with lighter fluid and lit up with a match

3.Ranger's truck - Set on fire when a package was thrown in the bed


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