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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

He’s a charming con man and she’s a dedicated FBI agent, and they’re about to drive each other crazy . . . again!

 
The FBI had one demand when they secretly teamed up Special Agent Kate O’Hare with charming con man Nicolas Fox—bring down the world’s most-wanted and untouchable felons. This time it’s the brutal leader of a global drug-smuggling empire.  The FBI doesn’t know what their target looks like, where he is, or how to find him, but Nick Fox has a few tricks up his sleeve to roust this particular Knipschildt chocolate–loving drug lord.
 
From the streets of Nashville to the back alleys of Lisbon, from the rooftops of Istanbul to the middle of the Thames, Nick and Kate chase their mark. When they find themselves pitted against a psychopathic bodyguard and a Portuguese enforcer who gets advice from a pickled head, they decide it’s time to enlist some special talent—talent like a machete-wielding Somali pirate, a self-absorbed actor, an Oscar-winning special effects artist, and Kate’s father Jake, a retired Special Forces operative. Together they could help make this Fox and O’Hare’s biggest win yet . . . if they survive.

Praise for The Job
 
“This suspense series continues to mix the humor from [Janet] Evanovich and [Lee] Goldberg’s books with the intricate cons seen in the best episodes of Mission: Impossible. The banter and thrills are nonstop, and readers will be anxious to see what happens next.” Library Journal
 
“Even if you can’t always tell the good guys from the bad guys, there’s no doubt who’ll come out on top when the Fox is in the hen house.” Kirkus Reviews

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“This suspense series continues to mix the humor from [Janet] Evanovich and [Lee] Goldberg’s books with the intricate cons seen in the best episodes of Mission: Impossible. The banter and thrills are nonstop, and readers will be anxious to see what happens next.” Library Journal
 
“Even if you can’t always tell the good guys from the bad guys, there’s no doubt who’ll come out on top when the Fox is in the hen house.” Kirkus Reviews

About the Author

Janet Evanovich is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Stephanie Plum series, the Fox and O’Hare series with co-author Lee Goldberg, the Lizzy and Diesel series, twelve romance novels, the Alexandra Barnaby novels and Trouble Maker graphic novel, and How I Write: Secrets of a Bestselling Author.
 
Lee Goldberg is a screenwriter, TV producer, and the author of several books, including King City, The Walk, and the bestselling Monk series of mysteries. He has earned two Edgar Award nominations and was the 2012 recipient of the Poirot Award from Malice Domestic.

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FBI Special Agent Kate O’Hare slouched back in her tan leather executive office chair, looked across her desk, and surveyed the lobby of the Tarzana branch of California Metro Bank. The desk actually belonged to the assistant manager. Kate was occupying it because she was waiting for the bank to get robbed. She’d been waiting for four days, and she was wishing it would happen soon, because she was going gonzo with boredom.

The boredom vanished and her posture improved when two businessmen wearing impeccably tailored suits walked through the bank’s double glass doors. One of the men wore Ray-­Bans and had a Louis Vuitton backpack slung over his shoulder. The other man was stylishly unshaven and had a raincoat draped casually over his right arm. It hadn’t rained in L.A. in two months, and no rain was expected, so Kate figured these might be the guys she’d been waiting for, and that at least one of them wasn’t all that good at hiding a weapon.

The man wearing the Ray-­Bans went directly into the manager’s glass-­walled office, and the man with the raincoat approached Kate’s desk and sat down across from her. His gaze immediately went to her chest, which was entirely understandable, as she was wearing a push-­up bra under her Ann Taylor pantsuit that made her breasts burst out of her open blouse like Poppin’ Fresh dough. This wasn’t a favored look for Kate, but she was the job, and if it took cleavage to capture some slimeball, then she was all about it.

“May I help you, sir?” Kate asked.

“Call me Slick,” the man said.

“Slick?” she said. “Really?”

He shrugged and adjusted the raincoat so that she could see the Sig Sauer 9mm semiautomatic underneath it. “Keep smiling and relax. I’m simply a businessman talking to you about opening a new account.”

Kate glanced toward the office of the manager. FBI Special Agent Seth Ryerson was behind the manager’s desk, and the real manager was working as one of the bank’s four tellers. The Ray-­Bans guy was giving Ryerson instructions. Ryerson turned to look at Kate, and she could see that sweat was already beading on his balding head. As soon as any action started, Ryerson always broke out in a sweat. In five minutes, he’d be soaked. It was never pretty.

Kate and Ryerson had been working undercover, following a tip, hoping the men would show up. The bank fit the profile of the six other San Fernando Valley banks the Businessman ­Bandits had held up over the last two months. The Tarzana bank was a stand-­alone building in a largely residential area and was within a block of a freeway on-­ramp and a major interchange.

Kate knew there was a third “businessman” in a car idling in the parking lot. She also knew that an FBI strike team was parked around the corner waiting to move in.

“What do you want me to do?” Kate asked Slick.

“Sit there and be pretty. Here’s how it’s going to work, sweetie. My associate is telling your manager to take the backpack to the vault and bring it back filled with cash or I will put a bullet in your chest. My associate will then leave the bank, but I will stick around for a minute flirting with you. If any dye packs explode, or any alarms go off, I will shoot you. If nothing goes wrong, I’ll simply get up and walk out the door, no harm done. All you have to do is stay calm, and this will all be over soon.”

It was the same speech he’d given to the women at the other banks the Businessman Bandits had held up. Slick always picked a young woman with cleavage to threaten with his gun, which was why Kate had worn the push-­up bra. She’d wanted to be his target.

Kate looked past Slick to the lobby and the bank tellers. There were seven customers in the bank, four at the counter and three in line. No one seemed to notice that anything unusual was happening. Ryerson left the Ray-­Bans guy in his office and took the Vuitton backpack to the vault.

Kate’s iPhone vibrated on her desk. james bond showed up on the caller ID.

“Ignore it,” Slick said. “Look at me instead.”

Kate shifted her gaze back to Slick’s carefully unshaven face, his stubble a shadow on his thin cheeks and sharp chin. The phone went still. After fifteen seconds it began to vibrate again. James Bond wasn’t a man who gave up easily.

“That’s annoying,” Slick said. “Do you always take personal phone calls during work hours?”

“If they’re important.”

The phone continued to vibrate.

“Shut it off,” Slick said. “Now.”

Kate shut the phone down. A moment later her desk phone rang.

“I don’t like this,” Slick said. “On your feet. We’re walking out of here.”

“It’s just a phone call,” Kate said. “It’s probably my mother.”

“Up!” he said. “And start walking. If anyone approaches you, I’m shooting you first and then whoever else gets in my way. Clear?”

This isn’t good, Kate thought. There were customers ­conducting business, coming and going, and there was a possibility that one of them would accidentally cross their path.

“Should I take my purse?”

“No.”

“Won’t it look odd if I walk out of the bank without my purse?”

“Where is it?”

“The bottom drawer, to my right.”

“Stay where you are, and I’ll open the drawer. Do not move.”

He stood and moved around the desk, all the while keeping his eyes on Kate. He held the Sig in his right hand and reached down to open the drawer with his left. The instant his attention shifted from Kate to the drawer, she smacked him hard in the face with her keyboard. His eyes went blank, the gun dropped from his hand, blood gushed out of his smashed nose, and he crashed to the floor, unconscious.

Kate picked the gun up and aimed it at his partner in the manager’s office.

“FBI!” she yelled. “Don’t move. Put your hands on your head.”

Mr. Ray-­Bans did as he was told. Everyone in the bank froze, too, startled by her outburst and shocked by the sight of her holding the gun.

Ryerson rushed out of the vault, his gun drawn, big sweat stains under his armpits. He looked confused. “What happened?”

“I had to go to Plan B,” Kate said. She turned to the ­customers in the bank. “Relax, everyone. We have the situation entirely under control, and you aren’t in any danger.”

Kate’s desk phone wouldn’t stop ringing. She kept her gun aimed at Mr. Ray-­Bans in the manager’s office, and snatched at the phone with her other hand.

“What?” she said.

“Is that any way to talk to James Bond?”

“You’re not James Bond.”

It was Nick Fox, and truth is, Kate thought Nick was pretty darn close to James Bond. A little younger and mostly on the other side of the law, but just as lethal and just as sexy.

Fox was a world-­class con man and thief. Kate had tracked him for years and finally captured him, only to have her boss, Carl Jessup, and Fletcher Bolton, the deputy director of the FBI, arrange Nick’s escape. In return for conditional freedom, Nick had agreed to use his unique skills to nail big-­time criminals the Bureau couldn’t catch using conventional means.

Kate had been given the unwanted responsibility of helping Nick neutralize the bad guys. She was also supposed to make sure Nick didn’t go back to his life of crime. The Bureau didn’t have Nick under constant surveillance or wearing a tracking device between assignments, so it was up to Kate to keep him on a loose leash. It had been a few days since she’d last spoken to him.

“Did I catch you at a bad time?” Nick asked.

“Yes. What do you want?”

“I didn’t do it.”

Kate went silent for a beat. She had no clue what he was ­talking about, but whatever it was, at least he hadn’t done it. That was good, right?

“I’m kind of busy right now,” she said.

“No problem. I just thought you’d want to know.”

Kate hung up, and the phone rang again. It was Carl Jessup.

“Your cellphone isn’t working,” Jessup said.

“That’s because I’m in the middle of a bank robbery thing.”

“We’ve got a big problem,” Jessup said in his distinctive ­Kentucky twang. “Yesterday, Nicolas Fox stole a five-­million-­dollar Matisse from the Gleaberg Museum of Art in Nashville.”

“Are you sure it was Nick?” she asked, watching as Ryerson called in the troops and cuffed Mr. Ray-­Bans.

“I’ve just texted you a photo from one of the museum’s ­security cameras.”

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texasbruin
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Fox and O''Hare is awesome series
Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2016
The Job is the 3rd book of con man Nick Fox & FBI agent Kate O''Hare. Their back together to bring down drug lord Lester Menendez.  This book is written in same style as previous books in the series. The witty back and forth between the characters, funny dialogue... See more
The Job is the 3rd book of con man Nick Fox & FBI agent Kate O''Hare. Their back together to bring down drug lord Lester Menendez. 

This book is written in same style as previous books in the series. The witty back and forth between the characters, funny dialogue and fast moving pace. The supporting characters, from the previous books, also return. 

What I truly enjoy about this book and series is the dialogue between the characters. I am always laughing throughout book at the dry sense of humor and situations that the characters find themselves in. How they go about going after their mark. Also, we are taken to different cities all over the world and what I like is the details on each specific city the characters are in. Feels like we''re really there.

This book along with the previous books, is hard to put down.  I almost read entire book in 1 sitting.  It''s a stand alone book so not necessary to read previous books, but, their also 5 star books as well. There is small mentions of what occurred in the prior books in The Job.

The Fox & O''Hare series is my favorite thriller/suspense books, and always look forward to the next book. 

I most definitely recommend this book and the series to those who enjoy mystery/thriller books. Will not be disappointed.
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What a caper. The best one yet. Fox and O’Hare are out to catch a crook—the most wanted one on the planet. And what a tangled con web they weave. Evanovich and Goldberg are pure genius together. They’ve crafted a compelling and seriously entertaining read that will keep you... See more
What a caper. The best one yet. Fox and O’Hare are out to catch a crook—the most wanted one on the planet. And what a tangled con web they weave. Evanovich and Goldberg are pure genius together. They’ve crafted a compelling and seriously entertaining read that will keep you in the edge of your seat as they span the globe to nab the bad guy.
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Loved every minute of it!
Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2021
Nicolas Fox (international con man disguised as an FBI agent) is back again, teaming up with special agent (and his crush) Kate O''Hare. This time around the FBI wants them to pursue an international drug lord who happens to have a weakness for chocolate. Along the way they... See more
Nicolas Fox (international con man disguised as an FBI agent) is back again, teaming up with special agent (and his crush) Kate O''Hare. This time around the FBI wants them to pursue an international drug lord who happens to have a weakness for chocolate. Along the way they get help from a Somali pirate, a sort of narcissistic actor, and (as usual) Kate''s father who is a retired special agent himself. Lee Goldberg and Janet Evanovich have crafted another page turning international thriller that''s punctuated with just the right amount of humor in this third installment of the Fox and O''Hare Series: The Job.
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Reviewed in the United States on October 28, 2018
Evanovich never disappoint, love her style of writing . I enjoyed the Fox and o''hara series. Cannot put the book down . It involved an international con artist Fox that can steal anything he wants just for the fun of it and the agent o''hara f.b.i. Who chases him to capture... See more
Evanovich never disappoint, love her style of writing . I enjoyed the Fox and o''hara series. Cannot put the book down . It involved an international con artist Fox that can steal anything he wants just for the fun of it and the agent o''hara f.b.i. Who chases him to capture him, she finally entrapped him . Then f.b.i. Offers him a deal for him to work for them unofficially to catch other criminal thieves by conning them. The good part is when 0''has a ends up with Fox as an partner to catch criminals. This is where the story gets entertaining reading how they accomplished their mission working together solving the top most wanted on f.b.i. List.
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All three of the books I have read out of this collection have been captivating and fun to read
Reviewed in the United States on January 22, 2018
I really can''t get enough of the Fox and O''Hare series. All three of the books I have read out of this collection have been captivating and fun to read. I would highly recommend to those who enjoy light thrillers. Also if you enjoy the television series, "White... See more
I really can''t get enough of the Fox and O''Hare series. All three of the books I have read out of this collection have been captivating and fun to read. I would highly recommend to those who enjoy light thrillers. Also if you enjoy the television series, "White Collar," I think you would love this book collection, as it is similar in that there is a FBI handler who takes care of a master criminal as they both work to take down bad guys.

Thoroughly enjoyed "The Job." I''d say it held my interest in its entirety. And it even had me second guessing how I thought it would end. Of course I love Nick Fox and Kate O''Hare''s characters, what''s not to love. But also the supporting cast are great as in all of the books so far.
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The best yet
Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2021
I''ve been reading Janet Evanovich for years and it''s taken me a few to warm up to this series but this one did the trick. Can''t wait to start the next book. Kate and Nick really hit their stride in the complex con to take down Menendez. Awesome!
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Another international caper by Fox and O''Hare
Reviewed in the United States on August 25, 2015
Scott Brick provided an excellent reading of this book, using Turkish, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Manchester accents. I liked hearing the street names and other items in the various countries pronounced correctly. The authors took Fox and O''Hare from the... See more
Scott Brick provided an excellent reading of this book, using Turkish, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Manchester accents. I liked hearing the street names and other items in the various countries pronounced correctly.

The authors took Fox and O''Hare from the United States to Turkey, Germany, and France in order to discover the identity of Nick''s imposter, Serena Blake. Then their work creating a con to bring down a vicious drug lord, Lester Menedez aka Demetrio Violante (a truly violent person) began.

Using people from previous take-downs (Boyd Capwell, Willie Owens, and Tom Underhill) and Kate''s father, Jake, they added new members to the team: Rodney Smoot, a special effects magician; Billy Dee Snipes, a man who helped Jake in Somalia and who sleeps with a machete; and Barnacle Bob, master of their ship''s engine.

Nick and Kate were up against some tough people. Violence seen on-screen is graphic, but the authors'' descriptions of the violent actions throughout the book were given in vivid detail, befitting each situation.

The relationships between the characters were interesting to follow and added a lot to the story.

I have already reserved my copy of their next adventure.
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Fun, fun read
Reviewed in the United States on May 5, 2021
I love the collaborations between Evanovich and Lee Goldberg. They are both fantastic, fun authors on their own but even better together! A solid piece of light entertainment.
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This is the first time I have had to write a derogatory review regarding an authorised Audiobook pre-purchased from Amazon and one which I have had to return! When copying the first cd into my Audiobook Library I was surprised to find that instead of a Gracenote Recognition...See more
This is the first time I have had to write a derogatory review regarding an authorised Audiobook pre-purchased from Amazon and one which I have had to return! When copying the first cd into my Audiobook Library I was surprised to find that instead of a Gracenote Recognition box appearing, the page which did appear had all the tracks, but, with blank details, not even the title of the audiobook. Also, the cd faltered on track 9 and would go no further. Both errors happened on the first 3 cd''s so I decided to cut my losses and return the Audiobook to Amazon with a description of the problem. I collect all Janet Evanovich audiobooks and the majority were purchased from Amazon, I have never had this problem occur with any others and expected Amazon to contact me to explain what their findings were, I have yet to receive an answer. I buy many supposedly authorised audiobooks not just for myself, but, for others, does this mean I have to check them all before giving them out as presents? I confirm that I received a refund as promptly as usual, but, have since purchased a download of The a Job from Audible.
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Brilliant
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A page turner. Janet Evanovich never fails to produce a brilliant plot with twists and turns to keep her readers spell bound.
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I chose this rating because I thought it was a brilliant read real edge of seat excitement the plot evolving at every turn of the page.
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You need to buy all 5 of this series as 2 are very short but explain the back story which I loved. A modern day who done it with the main 2 characters loving to hate each other whilst they try to track down major criminals even though one of them is on the top 10 most...See more
You need to buy all 5 of this series as 2 are very short but explain the back story which I loved. A modern day who done it with the main 2 characters loving to hate each other whilst they try to track down major criminals even though one of them is on the top 10 most wanted list. Most enjoyable
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