Problem Child

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Description

She's cold, calculating, and can deceive with a smile. Jane Doe is back in the Amazon Charts bestselling series--and this time she's met her match.

After a brutal childhood, Jane Doe has been permanently wired to look after herself and only herself. Now, looking next to normal, Jane has a lover and a job. But she hasn't lost her edge. It sharpens when she hears from her estranged family.

Jane's deeply troubled sixteen-year-old niece, Kayla, has vanished, and no one seems to care. Neither does Jane. Until she sees a picture of Kayla and recognizes herself in the young girl's eyes. It's the empty stare of a sociopath.

Jane knows what vengeful and desperate things Kayla is capable of. Only Jane can help her--by being drawn into Kayla's dark world. And no one's more aware than Jane just how dangerous that can be.

Product Details

Price
$14.95  $13.75
Publisher
Lake Union Publishing
Publish Date
March 24, 2020
Pages
266
Dimensions
5.4 X 0.8 X 8.2 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781542014397
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About the Author

Victoria Helen Stone is the Amazon Charts bestselling author of Jane Doe, which has been optioned by Sony Pictures Television, and Problem Child, as well as the critically acclaimed thrillers False Step; Half Past; and Evelyn, After. Formerly writing as USA Today bestselling novelist Victoria Dahl, she is originally from the Midwest but now writes from an upstairs office high in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah. After a career in romance that included winning the American Library Association's prestigious Reading List Award, Victoria turned toward the darker side of fiction. For more on the author and her work visit www.victoriahelenstone.com.

Reviews

"...Outstanding...Readers will find vicarious joy in Jane's petty vengeances and unabashed meanness to anyone who tries to take advantage of her. Stone turns some very dark material into an upbeat tale." --Publishers Weekly (starred review)