The Scam

The Scam

A Fox and O'Hare Novel

Large Print - 2015
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While investigating casino magnate Evan Trace, con man Nicolas Fox and FBI agent Kate O'Hare go undercover as high-stakes gamblers in an attempt to stop Trace's money laundering operation.
Publisher: New York : Random House Large Print, [2015]
Edition: Large print edition.
Copyright Date: ©2015
ISBN: 9780385363211
0385363214
Branch Call Number: LPF EVANOVICH, JANET
Characteristics: 320 pages (large print) ; 24 cm.
large print.,rda
Additional Contributors: Goldberg, Lee 1962-- Author

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illiterate2
Aug 31, 2017

Just finished reading. Very enjoyable and riveting. Clever plot of scam as are all the books in the Fox and O'Hare series. Witty dialogue, excellent descriptive narratives. Janet and Lee are an excellent team and hope they keep this series going. Highly recommend it.

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bookpusher
Aug 28, 2016

Trace bugged me. Otherwise, silly as always

aavishkakumar Jun 18, 2016

Ahhh nooo!!! When stuff finally happens, that happens at the end of the book!!! Noo!! Can't wait for the next one, hope everything goes okay. P.S. being vague on purpose cause i don't wanna spoil anything hehehe

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bjwatkins
Apr 19, 2016

Two stars on the strength of her early work, but REALLY?

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revay1920
Mar 11, 2016

Being an eternal optimist I read the whole book. My conclusion, without a doubt this is the worst book I have ever read.

cmlibrary_aallen Jan 27, 2016

If you like the Stephanie Plum series you will love Fox and O'hare. Quarky, fun and full of action.

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SherryD_0
Oct 23, 2015

Great fun! Rainy day indulgence.

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Reads_A_Lot
Oct 17, 2015

Quick, light read. I like Nick, Kate, and Jake, but feel like this series is getting repetitive. Hoping the next one is better.

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bridge1
Oct 17, 2015

This series is a lot of fun to read with its laugh-out-loud high jinks and comments. Be sure to read them in order

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Bookbybook
Sep 29, 2015

Very disappointing. Had high hopes for this series after reading the first one. I'm glad I didn't waste money on "The Scam," but I am frustrated that I spent my precious time reading it. I couldn't quite believe it was as awful as it was, so I kept reading to see if it would get better. Not only did it not get better, it got progressively worse.

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