Janet Evanovich Books

We have some of the best Janet Evanovich books, from nail-biting novels full of thrillers to wistful romance and razor sharp humour. With over two hundred million books in print across the globe, Evanovich is best known for her wacky and witty Stephanie Plum series. After being let off from her job, and with "no marketable skills", Plum takes up an unlikely job as a bounty hunter. So, begins the rip-oaring Janet Evanovich book series which has seen an impressive 17 books debut at #1 on the NY Times Best Sellers list. Pick up the first novel in the series One For The Money and fall in love with the relatable and feisty Stephanie Plum.

The Stephanie Plum Series by Janet Evanovich

Janet Evanovich's Fox and O'Hare series

The wickedly funny Lizzy & Diesel series

Janet Evanovich: From Steffie Hall to Stephanie Plum
Beginning her career writing romance novels under the pseudonym Steffie Hall, Evanovich soon found her passion for adventure and mystery. Her new-found affinity for suspense and action was interwoven into her unique writing style, with a running theme of light-hearted humour and a sense of family and community.

It was through this development of Evanovich's writing style that she created the best-selling Stephanie Plum series - and the rest is history.

Janet Evanovich books in order

Ready to explore Evanovich's hybrid world of romance, adventure and mystery? We'll help point you in the best place to start:

- Discover Evanovich's romance novels in the Elsie Hawkins series, starting with Back To The Bedroom (1989).
- Delve into the best-selling, ongoing Stephanie Plum series, starting with One For The Money (1994).
- Enjoy the fast-paced, action-packed Barnaby & Hooker series, starting with Metro Girl (2004).
- Explore the wickedly funny Lizzy & Diesel series, starting with Wicked Appetite (2010).
- Move onto the Fox & O'Hare series, starting with the first novel The Heist (2013), co-written with Lee Goldberg.
- Laugh out loud with the Knight & Moon series, starting with Curious Minds (2016), co-written with Phoef Sutton.