Here's a publishing plot twist: One of the book world's top moneymakers, Janet Evanovich, has switched literary homes.
The author of the multimillion-selling "Stephanie Plum" mystery series and other popular mystery novels has left her longtime publisher, St. Martin's Press, and joined the Random House Publishing Group.
Random House announced Monday that Evanovich has agreed to write four new novels, including two Stephanie Plum releases.
Financial terms were not disclosed, although Evanovich's book deal is likely worth tens of millions of dollars.
Evanovich's books have sold more than 75 million copies worldwide.