George V. Reilly

Review: A.K.A. Jane

A.K.A. Jane
Title: A.K.A. Jane
Author: Maureen Tan
Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★
Publisher: Warner
Copyright: 1997
Pages: 319
Keywords: thriller
Reading period: 13 March, 2016

Jane Nichols, burnt-out MI5 agent and novelist, has gotten out of the Service, but she wants revenge on the man who caused the death of her lover. The target, Jim O’Neil, is a re­spectable busi­ness­man in Savannah, Georgia. Jane rents a room from the Savannah chief of police, sexy Alex Callaghan, posing as the novelist she is, so that she kill O’Neil. She gets tangled up in Callaghan’s serial killer case too.

En­ter­tain­ing, fast-paced thriller with a likeable and believable lead character.

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