Problem Child: A Jane Doe Thriller
by Victoria Helen Stone
I love what gets Jane Doe’s emotions revving, her hate for the power plant and her fascination with wind turbines. I, too, feel they are an art form . . . Problem Child, for me, was eye-opening and thought-provoking.
Victoria Helen’s storytelling is marvelous. The story leaves the readers in a trance-like situation. Jane’s well portrayed. A sociopath yes, but her sarcasm and witty sayings surely make you laugh.
~The Book Decoder
This was a great read . . . The little twist at the end just shows how different Jane and Kayla actually are and I think the little revelation surprised and even shocked Jane! I can’t wait to read what happens next following that little twist that’s for sure!
There is a twist at the very end of the book that surprised me and surprised even Jane . . . If you are in the mood for a good psychological thriller, then this is a series you want to pick up. We give it 5 paws up.
I cannot believe how much I enjoy this series. Jane reminds me so much of Hannibal Lector. Chillingly fascinating! . . . Problem Child has my highest recommendation and is a favorite for sure! 5 stars!
~Diane Reviews Books
Interesting to park yourself in the mind of a sociopath, safely, where you could escape back to reality at the end of the novel (but not totally unscathed).
. . . this is a fast-paced, entertaining, and page-turning story that will have you holding your breath for its unexpected and jaw-dropping conclusion!
~That’s What She’s Reading
About Problem Child
Problem Child: A Jane Doe Thriller
2nd in Series
Publisher: Lake Union Publishing (March 24, 2020)
Paperback: 265 pages
Digital ASIN: B07SDTRJP9
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.
About Victoria Helen Stone
Victoria Helen Stone, formerly writing as USA Today bestselling novelist Victoria Dahl, 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 the American Library Association’s prestigious Reading List Award, she turned toward the darker side of fiction and has written the critically acclaimed novels, Evelyn, After; Half Past; and False Step. Her Amazon Charts bestselling thriller Jane Doe has been optioned by Sony Television. For more on the author and her work, visit VictoriaHelenStone.com. And on Twitter @VictoriaDahl
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