The Heist : Fox and O'Hare

  • by Janet Evanovich, Lee Goldberg
  • Narrated by Scott Brick
  • Series: Fox and O'Hare
  • 8 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From Janet Evanovich, number-one New York Times best-selling author of the Stephanie Plum novels, and Lee Goldberg, best-selling author and television writer for Monk, comes the first adventure in an electrifying new series featuring an FBI agent who always gets her man, and a fearless con artist who lives for the chase.
FBI Special Agent Kate O’Hare is known for her fierce dedication and discipline on the job, chasing down the world’s most wanted criminals and putting them behind bars. Her boss thinks she is tenacious and ambitious; her friends think she is tough, stubborn, and maybe even a bit obsessed. And while Kate has made quite a name for herself for the past five years the only name she’s cared about is Nicolas Fox - an international crook she wants in more ways than one.
Audacious, handsome, and dangerously charming, Nicolas Fox is a natural con man, notorious for running elaborate scams on very high-profile people. At first he did it for the money. Now he does it for the thrill. He knows that the FBI has been hot on his trail - particularly Kate O’Hare, who has been watching his every move. For Nick, there’s no greater rush than being pursued by a beautiful woman...even one who aims to lock him up. But just when it seems that Nicolas Fox has been captured for good, he pulls off his greatest con of all: He convinces the FBI to offer him a job, working side by side with Special Agent Kate O’Hare.
Problem is, teaming up to stop a corrupt investment banker who’s hiding on a private island in Indonesia is going to test O’Hare’s patience and Fox’s skill. Not to mention the skills of their ragtag team made up of flamboyant actors, wanted wheelmen, and Kate’s dad. High-speed chases, pirates, and Toblerone bars are all in a day’s work...if O’Hare and Fox don’t kill each other first.

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Evanovich, no longer trite--entertaining romp

I was one of the first Evanovich fans, and adored the self-depricating Stephanie Plum. As the novels were rolled out in a dizzying pace, they got more and more trite and cartoonish, until I felt like I was listening to a farce reminiscent of "The Simpsons".

So, I fully expected to dislike this book, as I had resolved never again to waste money on her books. Was I wrong! It must be the addition of Goldberg, not to mention Scott Brick's narration, that made this an entertaining heist romp from start to finish. No over-the-top cartoonish figures, and real action. Good move, Janet!
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- Janels

Scott Brick as narrator? Give me a break!

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

I bought this book hoping for an enjoyable listening experience. The story is good, but the choice the narrator is horrible. I've enjoyed many books read by Brick, but this is not definitely one of them.


How did the narrator detract from the book?

Scott Brick excels at narrating, but not in this case. Perhaps I am spoiled by Lorelei King's performance of Evanovich's books, but Brick falls short in bringing to life Kate's personality. Listening to him I only get angry, strained vibes. Kate is half of the book and Brick is not the best with female characters. I'd much rather read the print version and get to know the real chocolate-addicted Kate!


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- Booklady52

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-18-2013
  • Publisher: Random House Audio