Jane Doe

by R. J. Kaiser | Mystery & Thrillers |
ISBN: 1551665107 Global Overview for this book
Registered by Martie-Kr of Mentor, Ohio USA on 12/31/2003
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Journal Entry 1 by Martie-Kr from Mentor, Ohio USA on Wednesday, December 31, 2003

Journal Entry 2 by Martie-Kr from Mentor, Ohio USA on Wednesday, December 28, 2005
I enjoyed this mystery. First time I've read this author. Compelling mystery and likable characters. Kept me engrossed.

From Amazon.com: When the unidentified corpse of a young girl appears on the shore of the Sacramento River behind Detective Frank Keegan's Riverton, Calif., home one February morning, the cop faces a daunting task. Because of an uncharacteristic alcoholic blackout, he must piece together an alibi for the previous evening. An arrest by Riverton's newly appointed police chief, Abby Hooper, seems imminent, as the physical evidence increasingly points to Keegan. Young Hooper is in a tight spot herself: Keegan's the man she beat out for the police chief job. But shocking clues as to the identity of "Jane Doe" surface in the nick of time, after a prominent citizen commits suicide. Kaiser (Payback) skillfully unfolds his complex story line as Keegan and Hooper join forces in a foray into the treacherous underworld of child prostitution. Complicating matters further, the pair must grapple with their intense mutual attraction (despite a formidable age difference and Keegan's past love affair with Hooper's estranged mother).

Journal Entry 3 by Martie-Kr from Mentor, Ohio USA on Wednesday, January 4, 2006
Putting in Pyan's Whoodunit Bookbox. Enjoy!

Journal Entry 4 by danesnboxers from Union, Missouri USA on Wednesday, February 1, 2006
Taking out of Pyan's WhoDunnit Bookbox.

Journal Entry 5 by danesnboxers at Union, Missouri USA on Saturday, April 9, 2011
Thought this was a very good storyline. The "whodunnit" part kept you guessing till the end. I liked the characters and the peculiar triangle relationship between Abby Hooper, the Chief, her mother and leading man all were characters with depth. 'Jane Doe' was an easy and very enjoyable read.

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