Number One New York Times bestselling author Janet Evanovich returns with the launch of a blockbuster new series that blends wild adventure, hugely appealing characters, and pitch-perfect humour, proving once again why she’s 'the most popular mystery writer alive' (New York Times).
Lost something? Gabriela Rose knows how to get it back. As a recovery agent, she’s hired by individuals and companies seeking lost treasures, stolen heirlooms, or missing assets of any kind. She’s reliable, cool under pressure, and well trained in weapons of all types. But Gabriela’s latest job isn’t for some bamboozled billionaire, it’s for her own family, whose home is going to be wiped off the map if they can’t come up with a lot of money fast.
Inspired by an old family legend, Gabriela sets off for the jungles of Peru in pursuit of the Ring of Solomon and the lost treasure of Cortez. But this particular job comes with a huge problem attached to it - Gabriela’s ex-husband, Rafer. It’s Rafer who has the map that possibly points the way to the treasure, and he’s not about to let Gabriela find it without him.
Rafer is as relaxed as Gabriela is driven, and he has a lifetime’s experience getting under his ex-wife’s skin. But when they aren’t bickering about old times the two make a formidable team, and it’s going to take a team to defeat the vicious drug lord who has also been searching for the fabled ring. A drug lord who doesn’t mind leaving a large body count behind him to get it.
The Recovery Agent marks the start of an irresistible new series that will have you clamoring for more and cheering for the unstoppable Gabriela Rose on every page.
Praise for Janet Evanovich:
'Romancing the Stone for a new generation with a kick-ass female lead and a genuine sense of adventure. A whole lot of fun' Liz Loves Books
'All the easy class and wit that you expect to find in the best American TV comedy, but too rarely find in modern fiction' GQ
'Hooray for Janet Evanovich who continues to enliven the literary crime scene'Sunday Telegraph
'Pithy, witty and fast-paced'Sunday Times
'As smart and sassy as high-gloss wet paint' Time Out
'Crime writing at its funniest . . . classic black comedy' Big Issue
'One of the rising stars of American crime fiction' Daily Telegraph
'The funniest, sassiest crime writer going' The Good Book Guide
'A classic screwball comedy that is also a genuinely taut thriller' Frances Fyfield, Daily Mail