A.K.A. Jane

A K A Jane When Jane Nichol s literary agent offers her the chance to travel to Georgia and write she realizes that it s a perfect opportunity to leave MI England s FBI and her tortured past behind But Jane so

  • Title: A.K.A. Jane
  • Author: Maureen Tan
  • ISBN: 9780613236775
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When Jane Nichol s literary agent offers her the chance to travel to Georgia and write, she realizes that it s a perfect opportunity to leave MI5 England s FBI and her tortured past behind But Jane soon finds that Savannah holds than just atmosphere, for among its historic houses and murky swamps lies a dangerous, bitter enemy and Jane will have to rely on all hWhen Jane Nichol s literary agent offers her the chance to travel to Georgia and write, she realizes that it s a perfect opportunity to leave MI5 England s FBI and her tortured past behind But Jane soon finds that Savannah holds than just atmosphere, for among its historic houses and murky swamps lies a dangerous, bitter enemy and Jane will have to rely on all her years of espionage training to survive.

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      Maureen Tan

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    1. Tan is the author of numerous articles, four fiction novels, and several short stories.She is a consultant specializing in the science technology and healthcare fields Before beginning her consulting practice, she worked for the College of Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign and also served as a Public Affairs Officer for the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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    1. Jane Nichols 1 A.K.A Jane by Maureen Tan Janie Nichols works for MI 5 in Her Majesty s Secret Service hoping to capitalize on the James Bond books During one assignment a red haired man, later identified as Jim O Neil, kills her partner lover The first 100 pages cover her early missions and backstory At which point she resigns to concentrate on writing a series of P.I stories featuring her character, Andrew Jax and his secretary Millicent Jones Her publisher pays her travel and expenses to Ameri [...]


    2. I am in a female spy genre phases and it has been fun My current favorite author of this type is Taylor Smith, but I m reading whatever I can get my hands on anyway, Jane is an MI 5 agent which automatically makes this a possible interesting read And it was but it read as an amalgam of disparate episodes that were just patched together that didn t work Also, while I admired Jane s skill throughout most of the novel, she does come off as quite bumbling towards the end in two different scenarios i [...]


    3. I loved this book, read it in two days, I could not put it down Jane is a tough cookie does not back down for anyone and has seen everything so is not surprise when she and Alex find a dead women in the park Her lack of expression makes Alex to wonder why she shows no expression He begins to doubt her story that she is a mystery writer who has has come from London to Georgia USA to rent a room from him to write her books A really surprise ending.


    4. I can t even remember how I stumbled upon this author, but I really enjoyed this book about a burned out MI5 agent who tries to live her life as a book author but ends up sucked back into the action in spite of herself Jane is definitely a character I felt drawn to, and the other folks in the story weren t bad either.


    5. An assassin who has an identity crisis Come on now, it s brilliant Seriously Jane is a little robotic at first, as she s had to assume all of these crazy undercover identities, but when all is said and done, she doesn t know who she is any



    6. Great page turner The action is occassionally a little hard to believe, but better than most action stories Some romance as well.



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