See Jane Run (Paperback)

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See Jane Run (Paperback)


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One secret will change everything…

When Riley first gets the postcard tucked into her bag, she thinks it's a joke. Then she finds a birth certificate for a girl named Jane Elizabeth O'Leary hidden inside her baby book.

Riley's parents have always been pretty overprotective. What if it wasn't for her safety...but fear of her finding out their secret? What have they been hiding? The more Riley digs for answers, the more questions she has.

The only way to know the truth? Find out what happened to Jane O'Leary.

Praise for Truly, Madly, Deadly

"A fast-paced thriller."—Kirkus Reviews

"What a ride! Full of twists and turns — including an ending you won't see coming!"—April Henry, New York Times bestselling author of The Girl Who Was Supposed to Die

Hannah Jayne lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and writes cozy mysteries, young adult fiction, chick lit, and grocery lists that she never seems to remember to bring to the grocery store. Hannah shares a house with two neurotic, feet-attacking cats and has Kryptonite-like weakness for donuts. Visit

Product Details ISBN: 9781402282454
ISBN-10: 1402282451
Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire
Publication Date: January 1st, 2014
Pages: 288
Language: English
"A captivating mixture of mystery and thriller, the latest from Jayne is suspenseful but not overtly scary. From the heart-pounding pace to the compelling puzzle at its core, this page-turner will appeal." — Booklist

"This suspenseful thriller is well paced with carefully developed characters and sharp dialogue. " — School Library Journal

"Jayne swiftly establishes a sense of urgency . . . The weightiest elements of the novel are Riley's growing sense of independence and her process of staking claim to her identity." — Publishers Weekly

"The premise is certainly an interesting one, reminiscent of Cooney’s classic The Face on the Milk Carton, and the characters are appealing . . . [an]entertaining read." — Kirkus Reviews