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  • Title: Methinks I See Thee, Jane
  • Author: Jean James MaryJames
  • ISBN: 9780984860555
  • Page: 263
  • Format: ebook
  • Before JANE PATE and REGINALD FAIRCLOTH can plan a romantic future, they are besieged by guests from England Reginald s father, Wilbur, and Reginald s old fianc e, Helen, at once take Reginald off Jane s hands and into Helen s arms.Jane rides the back seat while these three moneyed individuals show her she must fight for her self esteem When she sets out to prove shBefore JANE PATE and REGINALD FAIRCLOTH can plan a romantic future, they are besieged by guests from England Reginald s father, Wilbur, and Reginald s old fianc e, Helen, at once take Reginald off Jane s hands and into Helen s arms.Jane rides the back seat while these three moneyed individuals show her she must fight for her self esteem When she sets out to prove she can do than catch snakes and write critter books, she discovers a far vital matter awaiting proof The plight of one missing homeless man turns into a shocking revelation of nursing homes full of victims and a doctor who will have wealth at any cost.Her pride and her great expos forgotten, Jane races to save the next victim When Reginald finds Jane breaking into offices, cracking safes, and burying stolen money, he does the only thing one would expect from Reginald Faircloth He plunges into the situation in his own reckless style and proves he has played this game before.Book one of the Pate and Faircloth series, Wherefore Art Thou, Jane won first place at the Readers Favorite International Awards in the mystery division Book 2, Methinks I See Thee, Jane, takes place only minutes after Wherefore Art Thou, Jane ends.
    Methinks I See Thee Jane Before JANE PATE and REGINALD FAIRCLOTH can plan a romantic future they are besieged by guests from England Reginald s father Wilbur and Reginald s old fianc e Helen at once take Reginald off Jan

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    1. This is a mystery with plenty of twists, so I ll try to avoid spoilers In Pate and Faircloth, book 2, Jane searches for a subject for her next book and discovers a new mystery that will tax her to her limits as she juggles a budding but rickety romance with Reginald Faircloth and tries to balance her meager budget Evidently, Snake catching, including venomous species, wasn t enough, so Jane adds safecracking to her repertoire of unorthodox mystery solving tools.The story slows a bit in midstream [...]

    2. A great follow up to the first Pate and Faircloth novel Jane Pate remains a terrific character I can t imagine a reader not enjoying her eccentric personality and sometimes scary spontaneity she s the best kind of fun, wrapped up in a hectic mix of snake hunting, breaking and entering, mattress and money theft, and even a touch of old fashioned jealousy The James authors put this heroine up against a tremendous number of obstacles, and she always finds a way over, under, around or through them w [...]

    3. Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book in the series, I could hardly wait to see what book 2 held in the way of excitement I was not disappointed The back and forth between Jane and Reginald that gave book 1 its charm was still there It may have been because I finished the book late at night actually early morning but I couldn t figure out how the money Jane stashed was located by her accomplices I hope Jean and Mary keep writing as their books have been my guilty pleasure when I need to escap [...]

    4. In the first Pate and Faircloth novel from the writing team of Jean and Mary James, Wherefore Art Thou, Jane we learned all we might ever have wished about catching snakes and other reptiles In the sequel, our education turns to criminal endeavors and, in particular, breaking into safes This safe punching and peeling, illegal though it most certainly is, occurs in the service of investigating nefarious doings in the Panhandle region of Florida Methinks I See Thee, Jane also furthers the sputteri [...]

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